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Re: [TCML] Some geeky museum videos...HD...artifacts

I assume you've tried shielding them, etc to make sure it's X-rays and not interference or something...

Have you studied "Tesla's X-Rays" at all? With these there is no anode in the tube, *supposedly* Tesla was able to achieve a number of phenomena that regular X-rays did not produce.

(there are rumors he and his assistants received massive doses of these rays with no ill effects... but I would not count on this to protect yourself!)

It would be interesting if you were able to demonstrate whether you were getting "regular" X-rays or the Tesla variety.

On Sat, 21 Jun 2014, Jeff Behary wrote:

They are not useable X-Rays because they are not focused but will set off any Geiger counter :)

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-------- Original message --------
From: Andreas Hahn
Date:06/21/2014 3:13 AM (GMT-05:00)
To: Jeff Behary
Cc: tesla@xxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [TCML] Some geeky museum videos...HD...artifacts

On Fri, 20 Jun 2014, Jeff Behary wrote:
> A dangerous experiment, showing how a Christmas strand light bulb
> emits X-Rays on top of a Tesla Coil and by increasing the voltage until
> the point the glass becomes red and softens the vacuum is still maintained and
> the X-Ray production becomes stronger:
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sm8ohlfrFtM

How do you know the light bulb is emitting X-rays, and that they get

I didn't think Christmas strand bulbs had a hard enough vacuum.

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