By Miles Mathis I will show in this paper that Tesla and Einstein were both right regarding the aether or ether. In the current state of the argument, Tesla and Einstein are seen to be on opposite ends of the question, in irreconcilable positions. The standard model interprets Einstein as being against all types of ethers, and … Read moreTesla and Einstein Were Both Right
The War of the Currents. Gary Lite The war of the currents was a series of events surrounding the introduction of direct current electricity (DC) Thomas Edison invention –based Edison Electric Light Company and the alternating current (AC) Nikola Tesla invention –based Westinghouse Electric Company. It included commercial competition, a debate over electrical safety, and a nasty media propaganda campaign … Read moreTESLA vs EDISON.
Unipolar Induction. What is characteristic of fundamental discoveries, for great achievements of the intellect, is the fact that they retain much power over the imagination of the thinker. I mean the unforgettable experiment of Faraday with the rotation of the disk between the two poles of a magnet, which brought such an excellent result, which has … Read moreUnipolar Induction
Nikola Tesla – Ingenious physicist, engineer, inventor in the field of electrical engineering and radio engineering Nikola Tesla was born on July 10, 1856 in the village of Smilany, the Austrian Empire, now it is the territory of Croatia. Died January 7, 1943, in New York, USA.Ingenious physicist, engineer, inventor in the field of electrical engineering and radio … Read moreNikola Tesla