Yep, it's me. I still have all my TC and HV gear but rarely use them.I was active from 2002 to 2011 when I stopped work on the old tesladownunder.com to upgrade it to a modern mobile friendly site. I have still not completed in the subsequent 8 years due to work pressures and illness last year. I can't publish it until it is ready to change over or I could lose my SEO rating on some of my most popular photos.
In the last 7 years I have published all my stuff to Google + so not really in the view of TCML or 4HV. It appealed more for the art, photography, humor, puzzles and gee whizz stuff.
There was a good following of 20,000 of varying engagement.Unfortunately, after about 1000 posts of my new and old photos and projects, Google + is closing down. So I don't lose this stuff, I hope to migrate my stuff to another site - Wix.
Hence I am starting to have to get some interest and activity back. Hopefully I might be back with a bigger, better website within 12 months.I need to have a place for projects such as a green fire tornado on a gramophone which don't really fit here
I have dual DRSSTC's in cages with custom music which is safe indoors for small performances. I will do a separate post on this later.
Peter Terren tesladowunder.com -------------------------------------------------- From: "Andrew Robinson" <arobinson@xxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Friday, January 18, 2019 10:59 PM To: "'Tesla Coil Mailing List'" <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx> Subject: Re: [TCML] Let's Get Small
Holy cow, Peter Terren! Have not seen your name in quite a while! I remembergetting pole pig advice from you as a kid! Wow that was a long time ago! Still have that large red coil you roll out of your garage?
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