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RE: [TCML] Applications of the Tesla transformer
>Dollard... ...makes a whole lot of unsubstantiated claims
You're not the first to mention this, and I really didn't mean to introduce psuedoscience into the mix.
I'm not an expert on Tesla, but I believe he explored longitudinal electrical waves, and this was the topic of the only Eric Dollard video I saw. It was very interesting to watch, and seemed to have a basis in conventional physics.
As much as I love the big sparks, and playing the Mario theme, I have to believe that Tesla saw more applications for his invention than entertainment. (Although he had *more* than a touch of PT Barnum in him, especially towards the end).
This was the only reason I bring up the applications of the TC.
From: tesla-bounces@xxxxxxxxxx on behalf of Peter Terren
Sent: Thu 3/13/2008 1:30 PM
To: Tesla Coil Mailing List
Subject: Re: [TCML] Applications of the Tesla transformer
Stephen, I don't know about the Borderland series but a Google of Eric
Dollard reveals that he talks about Orgone energy, Scalar vectors, lots of
pseudoscience and makes a whole lot of unsubstantiated claims. Generally
discussions of this type are not welcome here on this (hopefully) science
based site and there are other "alternative" sites for those that want to go
down that path.
Was very impressed by your laser harp and the midi integration.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Stephen J. Hobley" <shobley@xxxxxxxxxx>
To: "Tesla Coil Mailing List" <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, March 13, 2008 12:28 AM
Subject: [TCML] Applications of the Tesla transformer
I've been reading the list avidly over the last couple of weeks. One thing
I've not seen too much of are the applications of the Tesla transformer.
Does anyone do anything interesting and unusual with them?
I've been watching some of the Borderland Science series, and find some of
the stuff going on there really fascinating.
Has anyone tried to reproduce Eric Dollard's work?
...and if so, what did you find?
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