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Re: Tesla's World Electrical System (was Field Mill Voltmeter

Original poster: "Richard Wayne Wall by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-uswest-dot-net>" <rwall-at-ix-dot-netcom-dot-com>

Bill Wysock and list,
Bill the problem you point out is that most people want to analyze Teslas
longitudinal transmission systems in terms of orthodox transverse EM
transmission theory.  This absolutely cannot be done.  The language and physics
don't permit it.  This presents a huge barrier in their comprehension of what's
really going on with Teslas longitudinal transmission.  Through no fault of
their own, they have been educationally denied the existence of transverse EM
wave theory.  However, the "most learned" should be faulted for not keeping an
open mind and out of hand dismissing the work and ideas of others.  The history
of physics is riddled with the corpses of these die hard nay longitudinal.
For those who demand proof of longitudinal transmission perhaps the following
link will interest you.  It is a US patent for a hyper-light-speed antenna
utilizing longitudinal propagation in another spatial dimension.  Hint:
Aether.  (gasp!)
So, here is a modern example of Teslas longitudinal transmission/reception
embodied in real hardware.  The concepts while a little foreign are not that
complicated and the antennas should be relatively easy to construct.  So, time
to get cracking.  Eh, Malcolm?
----- Original Message ----- 
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> Sent: 5/4/01 2:27:01 PM 
> Subject: Re: Tesla's World Electrical System (was Field Mill Voltmeter
> Original poster: "Jim by way of Terry Fritz
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> Bill,
> You are not alone.  I have quietly studied Tesla's writings, comments,
> quoted remarks and speculated on what he really found.  I believe.  (not a
> religion, but still takes some faith).  I think that Tesla knew what turmoil
> his discoveries would cause then (and now!), so he purposely kept them
> cryptic.  He also learned a valuable lesson on others taking his work and
> claiming it for their own (with financial rewards).
> When the discoveries are rediscovered, then Tesla will once again be
> recognised.
> Jim Williams
> Retired FOF.
> Subject: RE: Tesla's World Electrical System (was Field Mill Voltmeter
> > I can only quote Dr. Tesla once again: "See the excitement
> > coming!"  Translation:  I (personally) believe that Tesla had indeed
> > solved the riddle of (almost lossless) electrical energy transmission
> > (without wires).  I don't expect anyone to believe this on this
> > list.  However, I have satisfied myself as to the practiclity
> > (of this method and process), and hold out hope that one day soon,
> > this method will be widely accepted, in today's paradigm view
> > of how things work.
> >
> > Until all the experimental proof can be verified by indepentent
> > sources, it will remain, as it has, for over 100 years, a subject
> > for constant debate, argument, and disbelief.
> >
> > Respectfully,
> > Bill Wysock.

--- Richard Wayne Wall
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