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Re: [TCML] kVA Effects Argon Cannon on TV


After seeing you jam on your guitar on YouTube, I believe you're pretty wild too.

To relax?... I fly model airplanes before work. Anything from hand launched gliders (I suck) to fully robotic drones that fly kilometers away while sending back video. All my planes are electric (naturally).

I think the new guy on TCML that makes chocolate has the best job!!!!


----- Original Message ----- From: "Dr.Hankenstein" <dr.hankenstein@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "Tesla Coil Mailing List" <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, October 21, 2008 8:44 PM
Subject: RE: [TCML] kVA Effects Argon Cannon on TV

You're a wild and crazy guy! How do you find any time to relax?


[Original Message]
From: Jeff W. Parisse <workshop@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: Tesla Coil Mailing List <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 10/21/2008 8:20:23 AM
Subject: [TCML] kVA Effects Argon Cannon on TV

Dear TCML,

This is the most important and far reaching project we have announced in
our twelve year history. Please tell your friends about our show on Sunday.
The general public has NEVER SEEN what we accomplished last year and now
that the delays are over and the DOD approvals granted. you will see our
kVA Effects Argon Cannon DEATH RAY on TV!!!

Jeff W. Parisse

For Immediate Release

"kVA Effects demonstrates electron beam weapon on Science Channel"

October 20, 2008

Hollywood California

On Sunday, October 26th, the first civilian electron beam weapon will be
demonstrated on the premiere episode of "SciFi Science", the newest show on
the Science Channel.

Produced by Luke Ellis and the creative team at Workaholic Productions,
Sci Fi Science pits scientists, engineers and particle physicists against
the most bizarre tabloid accounts of the supernatural to learn the real
science behind the crazy headlines. Sci Fi Science presents the real
science behind unreal stories.

On the show, the "Argon Cannon", designed and built by kVA Effects,
shoots coherent beams of high voltage energy to targets setup inside a
Hollywood soundstage. The opening segment follows the team as they attempt
to create a version of the particle beam weapon invented by Nikola Tesla
and dubbed the "Death Ray".

Jeff Parisse, co-founder and director of kVA Effects insists that his
company's goals are firmly rooted in entertainment, "We invented the Argon
Cannon for the theme park industry", he says. "We knew we had something
fantastic so we turned up the voltage for Sci Fi Science". Parisse
continues, "We intend to aim the cannon at unsuspecting rollercoaster
riders for the thrill and leave military matters to the millitary".

kVA Effects is located in Torrance California. Visit www.teslacoil.com
for more information on high voltage special effects for TV, Film and
Theater. Check your local listings or
http://science.discovery.com/tv-schedules/daily.html?date=20081026.300 for
show times.



Contact kVA Effects at:
+1 310-748-5893

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