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  1. #1 The Man Who Patented the 20th Century 
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    The Man Who Patented the 20th Century

    The Nikola Tesla Inventor's Club is a non-profit organization of
    American and Serbian-American inventors who works on promoting the
    life, legacy and work of Nikola Tesla.
    Among Tesla's many inventions, he had plans for unlimited energy and
    was well ahead of his time.
    If Tesla were around today, the severity of our energy crisis would
    likely make people listen to his ideas.
    In the same way that our oceans are abundant in gold, the air contains
    enough energy to make electricity the type of common resource that
    air, water and sunlight are.
    Tesla's biggest obstacle in creating this vision was that no investor
    was willing to finance a project which wouldn't return profits.
    At our meetings, we discuss issues like the one briefly addressed
    above and we share our knowledge of Tesla, physics, energy,
    electricity and

    Our meetings are held once per month at the Free Library of
    Philadelphia's main branch.
    look at www.ntesla.meetup.com/38/ for more information about our meetings.
    In addition to our meetings, we also organize monthly social
    functions, watch movies about or involving Nikola Tesla and share our
    common interests.
    We are always looking to include more Tesla enthusiasts, inventors and
    those curious about the life of one of history's biggest mysteries.
    At www.ntesla.mettup.com/38/ you are able to suggest topics.
    We also are always looking for people with expertise in a certain
    field to give presentations.
    If you are a fan of Tesla, come out to a meeting. If you know someone
    who likes reading about Tesla's work, let them know about our group.
    Also, check out our website at www.nikolateslainventorsclub.com

    Sincerely,

    Nick Lonchar


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    Quote Originally Posted by NTIC
    The Man Who Patented the 20th Century

    The Nikola Tesla Inventor's Club is a non-profit organization of
    American and Serbian-American inventors who works on promoting the
    life, legacy and work of Nikola Tesla.
    Among Tesla's many inventions, he had plans for unlimited energy and
    was well ahead of his time.
    If Tesla were around today, the severity of our energy crisis would
    likely make people listen to his ideas.
    In the same way that our oceans are abundant in gold, the air contains
    enough energy to make electricity the type of common resource that
    air, water and sunlight are.
    Tesla's biggest obstacle in creating this vision was that no investor
    was willing to finance a project which wouldn't return profits.
    At our meetings, we discuss issues like the one briefly addressed
    above and we share our knowledge of Tesla, physics, energy,
    electricity and

    Our meetings are held once per month at the Free Library of
    Philadelphia's main branch.
    look at www.ntesla.meetup.com/38/ for more information about our meetings.
    In addition to our meetings, we also organize monthly social
    functions, watch movies about or involving Nikola Tesla and share our
    common interests.
    We are always looking to include more Tesla enthusiasts, inventors and
    those curious about the life of one of history's biggest mysteries.
    At www.ntesla.mettup.com/38/ you are able to suggest topics.
    We also are always looking for people with expertise in a certain
    field to give presentations.
    If you are a fan of Tesla, come out to a meeting. If you know someone
    who likes reading about Tesla's work, let them know about our group.
    Also, check out our website at www.nikolateslainventorsclub.com

    Sincerely,

    Nick Lonchar
    Nicole Tesla had all the power he wanted. I would like to hear that, or I do not believe you are a real Tesla enthusiast. Tesla had no secrets or secret groups, he was a very good American. Who obeyed George Washington's many insightful and helpful texts.
    "Nothing deserves your utter most patronage more then the promotion of science and literature. Knowledge is in every country the surest basis of public happiness" George Washington.

    But who was Tesla going to enjoy it with? If he got to flamboyant he became unpopular. If he started showing off his stuff he was a madman.

    On one hand many denied his truth, because it meant they were cowards and rather un-American, for not standing up for the truth.
    Some claimed they, only wanted to see the power, then they would stand with him. But neither group was up to it, to be very honest. Not under law makers.

    Law makers would yell, and the people would get afraid of their servants. A very strange place we live in.

    Others totally understood Tesla, and have used just about every principle Tesla found. But they were, as Tesla was, not up to politicians running the show.
    No one is. No one will ever be up to politicians running the show. Not even George Washington or Benjamin Franklin, were up to it. George And Ben, discovered that for us, perhaps for the first time, in many centuries.

    If you are not going to remove law makers from leadership roles, you may as well build chambers weapons using Tesla power to remove/disintegrate citizens for the law makers.

    In America we had Sputnik beat, by many years, but we could not talk about it by law. We were the nation with secrets and guns to our heads.

    All we need to get rid of law makers, is calm purposeful discussions about law makers evil ways. And solutions to getting rid of them. I would imagine we could do it with little violence, or with awesome support from all citizens on earth.

    As it is now, Tesla's work is illegal in America and England.



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    William McCormick


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    I hope this post isn't deleted, because I might want to come back and join this group when I get up tomorrow, or on Tuesday.

    Tesla had very bad showmanship, and tended to blow his own horn a little too much, so people didn't personally like him. He was right, but he liked to remind people about it a little too much. That's why people like Marconi and Edison often get credit for things Tesla really did.

    In his later years, he started talking about death rays, and I can see why people'd want to kind of shut that sort of thing down. You don't want WMD class weapons in the hands of ordinary people. Most of them are too stupid to know how to abide by MADD.
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    I'd like to join this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kojax
    I hope this post isn't deleted, because I might want to come back and join this group when I get up tomorrow, or on Tuesday.

    Tesla had very bad showmanship, and tended to blow his own horn a little too much, so people didn't personally like him. He was right, but he liked to remind people about it a little too much. That's why people like Marconi and Edison often get credit for things Tesla really did.

    In his later years, he started talking about death rays, and I can see why people'd want to kind of shut that sort of thing down. You don't want WMD class weapons in the hands of ordinary people. Most of them are too stupid to know how to abide by MADD.
    If you don't want super Weapons Of Mass Destruction in the hands of ordinary people. We will have to close all the factories, safely burn off all the aromatic hydrocarbons.
    Stop the teaching of radio and electronics immediately. All liquefied gases would have to be evaporated safely back into the atmosphere. No more propane, natural gas, acetylene, kerosene, and probably the worst. Crayola crayons, would have to be safely buried, where no one could ever misuse them.

    Or we could put those, that are afraid of WMD's, in the hands of ordinary Americans, or anyone, into a safe quite institution or lethal chamber. We went to war with England because they did not even want us to have guns or a method to manufacture them.

    Even though when the French attacked English colonies, and England almost lost America, then, we could make guns. But as soon as the immediate threat was gone, it was no more guns. Then we made just enough to wipe out England's henchmen.

    WMD's are here to stay live with them, embrace them. They are our future.

    The reason others were able to push through ideas that may have been Tesla's, was because they had money and power.
    The average American then and now, feels helpless. We can work with wires and motors and scraps of metal to make something wonderful. As soon as they know the jig is up, some large corporation will bring out a watered down version, that will end up making the combustion engine look good.



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    William McCormick
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