Saturday, December 23, 2006

Why are governments afraid of Tesla's ideas?

Einstein may have thought up the theory of relativity - which essentially explains gravity and how the universe works -which is awesome, but the man behind the inventions that supplied the energy for rest of the 20th century, was Tesla.

This man invented the AC electrical generation system - synchronous generators and induction motors. However, if you explore his works further, he dabbled in everything electromangetic and involving other unseen physical forces.

For instance, there's the Tesla coil, which is basically electromagnetic induction, at very high power levels. Not very safe.. you think Cell phones can cause cancer? I'm sure this would.

Anyhoo, I saw a program on this homebrew physist/artist guy I'd never heard of today, after watching a 20 minute piece on him on a show called "Beyond Invention". The other guy on Beyond invention was an engineering student promoting the "anti-gravity" effect, which is a fairly well documented phenomena, but main limitation is that it does not produce enough lift to overcome the weight of it's power source. The main limitation of most portable electrical phenomena is a better source of energy: batteries just aren't that great. However, some believe this effect has been utilized along with conventional aeronautical designs in the design of high end military aircraft (ie. B2 stealth bomber).

The last guy on the show was a really nice old man, who is totally convinced he has built a perpetual motion machine. Unfortunately, it seems to me he has built a dc motor with a very, very, very strong electromagnet. In fact, an independent tester went in to test this "Newman Machine". When he spun the rotor of the machine, all the lights in Newman's large home fluttered to the rotation of the shaft. A little brainwashed, but a nice guy, who built a big electromagnet, not a perpetual motion machine. He brings his 7500 pound motor around to carnivals around the US. I'd suggest to avoid these carnivals if you have sensitive electrical equipment.

The most interesting guy on the show, by far, though, was a crazy (looking) guy who lives in a den of 1000's of 1920's - 1960's old military electrical equipement. You're on Your Own When You Violate the Laws of Physics (and Don’t Take Notes)
To explain what I think he is, consider him a "artist", whose medium is Tesla's various contraptions.

Anyway, it seems to me from my observations, that he has indeed tapped into some form of energy we don't understand, but perhaps physists have been attempting to explain for decades, involving all that modern physics stuff - positrons, quarks, quantam theories.

Assuming he's not a fake (considering Japanese companies have exploited the effect, and the Canadian government shut down his lab, I doubt it), his device is:

- Create a whole bunch of different frequency radio waves of various power levels
- Hook up a bunch of tesla coils, and other Tesla equipment.
- Now, hook up this equipment in a certain physical location configuration as well as calibration, and BOOM!

Fucked up stuff happens. Heavy objects levitate, metals weld together with wood, etc.

According to some, Tesla was either shut down, quieted, or outright killed by the US government due to his numerous experiments. Decades later, this guy performing Tesla's experiments get shut down by the CANADIAN government.

So, why are the governments afraid? Are they afraid this guy is going to discover something really dangerous, or blow him self up?

Or was Tesla on to something that the "Man" (as I have no other way to describe such a concept) didn't want anyone else to know about, especially the public? I suppose the military might not want scientists dabbling in a certain direction, if said direction would lead to the public knowledge of how classified stealth systems worked. Who knows.

Anyway, it


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