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Re: Wireless transmission of power,

Original poster: "Paul B. Brodie" <pbbrodie@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>

I too was somewhat dismayed by your response. I wanted information on power transmission, not a vitriolic attack on Tesla's character. I have read tremendous amounts of information on Tesla, including 2 different biographies and nowhere, except in your slanderous remarks, have I ever seen the slightest suggestion that Tesla was greedy or a liar, quite to the contrary, in fact. according to Tesla's biographers, he actually had little regard for money, other than what he needed to live on and to run his labs. In the future, how about keep your remarks on subject and leave out your personal feelings about Tesla's character!!!

Everyone else, thank you for all of your comments.
Paul Brodie
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tesla list" <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx>
To: <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, March 14, 2005 10:05 AM
Subject: Re: Wireless transmission of power,

> Original poster: jdwarshui@xxxxxxxxx
> You can even transmit power without a ground using 100% displacement
> current, (see The Levi Configuration on the Tesla Web Ring for single
> point power transmission). Now being practical, you really cannot
> transmit power any further then you can throw an elephant using a
> resonant transformers.
> (near fields are fussy that way!)
> Tesla was a gambler by nature, and this was the big bet that he lost.
> He lied to keep money flowing in the belief that he could pull off a
> miracle at the last second. He kept the lie alive because of pride.
> Transmitting power without land easement or political intervention
> would be license to print money. Tesla was a brilliant man but his
> judgment was clouded by greed, arrogance and perhaps a bit of
> insanity.
> Tesla is known for his coils, and radio transmitters (his radio didn't
> work very well). But his true and lasting accomplishment in life was
> the development of the poly phase motor, one of the true great
> inventions of all time.