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« Reply #105 on: June 28, 2009, 04:06:10 am »



Electrical conductor, 514167; Early example of coaxial cable.
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567818: Electrical Condenser; Examples of improved capacitors.
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US685957 : Utilization of Radiant Energy
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« Reply #108 on: June 28, 2009, 04:08:19 am »

One hundred and one plus

   1. U.S. Patent 1,113,716 - Fountain - 1914 October 13 - Improvement in the construction of fountains and aquarium displays; Large mass of fluid in motion; Display of great power; Large displacement of fluid with little expense of energy.
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      Free terminal and circuit of large surface with supporting structure and generating apparatus
      U.S. Patent 1,119,732 - Apparatus for Transmitting Electrical Energy - 1902 January 18 - High-voltage, air-core, self-regenerative resonant transformer; Oscillator for wireless transmission of electromagnetic energy; Tesla coil.
   3. U.S. Patent 1,209,359 - Speed-Indicator - 1916 December 19 - Improvement that uses the adhesion and viscosity of a gaseous medium [preferably air] to measure speed [or measure the torque-transmission] between indicator and driver; Durable; Simple; Inexpensive; Reliable.
   4. U.S. Patent 1,266,175 - Lightning-Protector - 1918 May 14 - Novel and advantageous construction of a protector in accord with the true character of the phenomena; Corrects Benjamin Franklin's hypothesis, and subsequent construction, for lightning protectors.
   5. U.S. Patent 1,274,816 - Speed Indicator - 1918 August 6 - Speedometer that possesses the feature of: Linearly proportional torque readings; Strong low speed torsional effects; not affected by atmospheric density, temperature, nor magnetic influences; Rugged; Simple; Economical.
   6. U.S. Patent 1,314,718 - Ship's Log - 1919 September 2 - Novel and advantageous construction of a ship's log; Instantaneous reading of knots or miles-per-hour.
   7. U.S. Patent 1,329,559 - Valvular Conduit - 1920 February 3 - Improvement by means of a conduit or channel characterized by valvular action; Conduit has baffles, recesses, projections, enlargements, or buckets that channels the flow's movement one way more efficiently; Mechanical diode; One-way valve with no moving parts.
   8. U.S. Patent 1,365,547 - Flow-Meter - 1921 January 11 - Related to the meter of measurement for velocity and quantity of fluid flow.
   9. U.S. Patent 1,402,025 - Frequency-Meter - 1922 January 3 - Ascertain the periodic electric frequency and electric oscillation by the rotation or reciprocation of an electromechanical device.
  10. U.S. Patent 1,655,113 - Method of Aerial Transportation - 1928 January 3 - VTOL aeroplane; Describes a method of achieved vertical take-off, transition to and from horizontal flight, and vertical landing, with a tilting rotor. Including transportation which consists in developing by the propelling device a vertical thrust in excess of the normal, causing thereby the machine to rise in an approximately vertical direction, tilting it and simultaneously increasing the power of the motor and thereby the propeller thrust, then gradually reducing the propeller thrust as forward speed is gained and the plane takes up the load, thus maintaining the lifting force sensibly constant during flight, tilting the machine back to its original position and at the same time increasing the power if the motor and thrust of the propeller and effecting a landing under the restraining action of the same.
  11. U.S. Patent 1,655,114 - Apparatus for Aerial Transportation - 1928 January 3 - VTOL aircraft; Includes a correction.
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« Reply #109 on: June 28, 2009, 04:09:06 am »



View in elevation
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« Reply #110 on: June 28, 2009, 04:09:32 am »

Reissued patent

   1. U.S. Patent RE11,865 - Method of Insulating Electric Conductors - 1900 October 23 - Expounding on Faraday's hypothesis of freezing substances make them possess a higher dielectric level to insulate transmission conductors; Improvements in the method set out by Faraday; Method of insulating electrical conductors which consist in surrounding or supporting said conductors by a material which acquires insulating properties when frozen or solidified; Method of maintaining a conductor within gaseous cooling agent by the continuous application of said agent; Trough or conduit with circulating cooling agents.
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« Reply #111 on: June 28, 2009, 04:09:58 am »

Anomalies

In the book "Tesla: Man Out of Time", there are references to missing patents[7]. Some patents of his experiments are lost to history, as well as some of the scientific notes and records pertaining to Dr. Tesla's patents. These, though, are alluded to in the redacted FBI files. The missing patents may be among effects seized by government agents and military intelligence officers following Dr. Tesla's death in 1943. In various patent logs, it is recorded Tesla received U.S. Patent 613,819 for "Filings Tube" (such as Charles Henry Sewall's "Wireless Telegraphy" (New York, 1904)).[8][9] This number does not match the U. S. Patent office records (that patent is issued to G. Kelly for an "Illuminating torch").
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« Reply #112 on: June 28, 2009, 04:10:25 am »

British

    * patent number - name of patent - date of application - notes on patent

   1. GB1877 - Improvements in Electric Lamps - 1886 February 9
   2. GB2801 - Improvements in Reciprocating Engines and Means for Regulating the Period of the same - 1894 February 8
   3. GB2812 - Improvements in Methods of and Apparatus for the Generation of Electric Currents of Defined Period - 1894 February 8
   4. GB2975 - Improvements in Dynamo Electric Machines - 1886 March 2
   5. GB6481 - Improvements relating to the Electrical Transmission of Power and to Apparatus therefor - 1888 May 1
   6. GB6502 - Improvements relating to the Generation and Distribution of Electric Currents and to Apparatus therefor - 1888 May 1
   7. GB6527 - Improvements relating to Electro-motors - 1889 April 16
   8. GB8200 - Improvements relating to the Transmission of Electrical Energy - 1905 April 17
   9. GB8575 - Improved Methods of and Apparatus for Generating and Utilizing Electric Energy for Lighting Purposes - 1891 May 19
  10. GB11293 - Improvements relating to the Utilization of Electromagnetic, Light, or other like Radiations Effects or Disturbances transmitted through the Natural Media and to Apparatus therefor - 1901 June 1
  11. GB11473 - Improvements in Alternating Current Electro-magnetic Motors - 1891 July 6
  12. GB12866 - Improvements in Electrical Circuit Controllers
  13. GB13563 - Improvements in, and relating to, the Transmission of Electrical Energy - 1901 July 3
  14. GB14550 - Improvements relating to the Insulation of Electric Conductors - 1900 August 14
  15. GB14579 - Improvements in and relating to the Transmission of Electrical Energy - 1901 July 17
  16. GB16709 - Improvements relating to the Conversion of Alternating into Direct Electric Currents - 1889 October 22
  17. GB19420 - Improvements in Alternating Current Electro-magnetic Motors - 1889 December 3
  18. GB19426 - Improvements in the Construction and Mode of Operating Alternating Current Motors - 1889 December 3
  19. GB20981 - Improvements relating to the Production, Regulation, and Utilization of Electric Currents of High Frequency, and to Apparatus therefor - 1896 September 22
  20. GB24001 - Improved Method of Imparting Energy to or Deriving Energy from a Fluid and Apparatus for use therein - 1910 October 17 - Bladeless turbine having disc rotors; Openings in the central portions and separating star-washers; Riveted into single, solid structure; Keyed to the shaft; Turbine or rotary engine.
  21. GB24421 - Improvements in Systems for the Transmission of Electrical Energy and Apparatus for use therein - 1897 October 21
  22. GB26371 - Improvements in the Method of and Apparatus for Controlling the Mechanism of Floating Vessels or Moving Vehicles - 1898 December 13
  23. GB174544 - Improvements in Methods of and Apparatus for the Generation of Power by Elastic Fluid Turbines - 1921 April 1
  24. GB179043 - Improved Process of and Apparatus for Production of High Vacua - 1921 March 24
  25. GB185446 - Method of and Apparatus for Aerial Transportation - 1921 April 4
  26. GB186082 - Improvements in the Construction of Steam and Gas Turbines - 1921 March 24 - Two heavier end-plate; Tapered toward the periphery; Reduces maximum centrifugal stress; Turbine.
  27. GB186083 - Improved Method of and Apparatus for the Economic Transformation of the Energy of Steam by Turbines - 1921 March 24 - Improvements to increase efficiency of steam power plants and thermo-dynamic transformers; Producing motive power; Economical; Operable at very high temperature; Operable with cheap fuel; Avoids deteriorating actions previously common; System is related to the Tesla turbine.
  28. GB186084 - Improved Process of and Apparatus for Deriving Motive Power from Steam - 1921 March 24
  29. GB186799 - Process of and Apparatus for Balancing Rotating Machine Parts - 1921 September 2
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« Reply #113 on: June 28, 2009, 04:10:48 am »

Canadian

    * patent number - name of patent - date filed - notes on patent

   1. CA24033 - Improvements in Dynamo Electric Machines - 1886 April 24
   2. CA24338 - Electric Arc Lamp - 1886 June 18
   3. CA29537 - Improvements in Methods of and Apparatus for the Electrical Transmission of Power - 1888 May 1
   4. CA30172 - Improvements in Methods of and Apparatus for Converting and Distributing Electric Currents - 1888 May 1
   5. CA33317 - Improvements in Methods and Apparatus for Converting Alternating into Direct Currents - 1889 December 19
   6. CA135174 - Improvements in Fluid Propulsion - 1910 November 24 - Tesla Pump
   7. CA142352 - Improvement in the Art of Transmitting Electrical Energy Through the Natural Media - 1906 April 17
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« Reply #114 on: June 28, 2009, 04:11:12 am »

Spanish

    * patent number - name of patent - date of application - notes on patent

   1. ES23742 - Mejoras en el sistema de gobierno del mecanismo de recipientes o barcos flotantes o vehículos móviles por medio de los aparatos que se describen - 1899 January 31
   2. ES26430 - Mejoras en el aislamiento de conductores eléctricos - 1900 August 14
   3. ES26801 - Mejoras en el aislamiento de conductores eléctricos - 1900 November 6
   4. ES49122 - Mejoras introducidas en los motores actuados por fluidos - 1910 October 21
   5. ES81244 - Un procedimiento, con su aparato correspondiente para la obtención de fuerza motriz por medio de turbinas de fluidos elásticos. - 1922 March 31
   6. ES81253 - Un método, con su aparato correspondiente para transportes aéreos - 1922 April 3
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« Reply #115 on: June 28, 2009, 04:11:39 am »

Other countries

The following is a list of other countries that hold known patents by Tesla. The number following the country is the number of known patents in their records. This is not an exhaustive list. The total number may be incomplete and additional countries still may hold patents unknown.
Country       Argentina    Australia    Austria    Belgium    Brazil    Cuba    Denmark    Germany    France    India    Italy    Japan    Hungary
Number       1    5    4    21    2    1    3    19    26    1    11    1    7
Country       Mexico    New Zealand    Norway    Rhodesia    Russia    Switzerland    Sweden    Transvaal
Number       1    1    3    1    4    4    4    1
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« Reply #116 on: June 28, 2009, 04:12:11 am »

Theoretical and claimed inventions

Dr. Tesla theorized about, planned to build, or claimed to have invented the following inventions.

    * Wireless Transmission of Electricity: transmitted from power stations and received by antennas on houses and electric cars
    * Electric Submarine
    * Teleforce
    * Death ray: destructive energy transmitter he claimed to have built - "when unavoidable... may be used to destroy property and life." --- Tesla, 1915
    * Mechanical Oscillator: compresses air until the air is a liquid
    * Free Energy: Renewable electricity and heat tapped from the natural energy sources (not energy created from nothing)
    * Earthquake Machine: a pocket-sized device that could shake a house apart with building waves of energy.
    * Force Field: a magnetic field dome made of energy that will eventually be built big enough to protect a city from attack during wars
    * Anti-Gravity Aircraft: electric aircraft
    * Thought Camera: In 1933, Dr. Tesla theorized about a device that could photograph thoughts. "I expect to photograph thoughts... In 1893, while engaged in certain investigations, I became convinced that a definite image formed in thought, must by reflex action, produce a corresponding image on the retina, which might be read by a suitable apparatus. This brought me to my system of television which I announced at that time..."
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« Reply #117 on: June 28, 2009, 04:12:51 am »



The Tesla effect[10][11][12] . A "world system" for "the transmission of electrical energy without wires" that depends upon electrical conductivity was proposed by Tesla.[13] Through longitudinal waves, an operator uses the Tesla effect in the wireless transfer of energy to a receiving device.
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« Reply #118 on: June 28, 2009, 04:13:18 am »

Notes

   1. ^ a b Snezana Sarbo, Nikola Tesla's Patents, Sixth International Symposium Nikola Tesla, retrieved from August 9, 2007
   2. ^ Cheney, 62
   3. ^ U.S. Patent 462,418
   4. ^ U.S. Patent 568,177. The patent office classifies the patent as superconductivity technology, specifically "Dynamoelectric; liquid coolant" (310/54) and "Specific Identifiable Device, Circuit, or System; Superconductive (e.g., cryogenic, etc.) device" (327/527)
   5. ^ Ibib.
   6. ^ boxa888, Utilization of Radiant Energy 1901 Nikola Tesla, My test, My setup 1, My setup 2, My setup 3, My test 2, My test 3, My test 4, My test 5, My test 6, My test 7, My test 8. youtube.com
   7. ^ Cheney, pg. 236
   8. ^ Sewall, Charles Henry, "Wireless telegraphy; its origins, development, inventions, and apparatus". New York, D. Van Nostrand company, 1903. LCCN 03026887 (ed. the books has 229 p. front. (map) illus., plates, ports., diagrs. 22 cm.)
   9. ^ yurope.com patents
  10. ^ Norrie, H. S., "Induction Coils: How to make, use, and repair them". Norman H. Schneider, 1907, New York. 4th edition.
  11. ^ The Electrical Experimenter, January 1919. pg. 615
  12. ^ Tesla: Man Out of Time By Margaret Cheney. Page 174.
  13. ^ "The Transmission of Electrical Energy Without Wires," Electrical World, March 5, 1904
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« Reply #119 on: June 28, 2009, 04:42:58 am »

Notes

   1. ^ Tesla Society. Commemoration
   2. ^ BBC News "Electrical pioneer Tesla honoured"
   3. ^ Nikola Tesla, genije koji je obasjao svet, produced by Ljubo Vujovic, presented by Time Warner and RCN: quoted also in Ogledalo journal, July 2008
   4. ^ Serbian Unity Congress | 150 Years of Nikola Tesla
   5. ^ Harnessing the Wheelwork of Nature: Tesla's Science of Energy by Thomas Valone
   6. ^ Childress, David Hatcher (ed.) (2000). The Tesla Papers: Nikola Tesla on Free Energy & Wireless Transmission of Power. Kempton, IL: Adventures Unlimited Press. ISBN 0932813860.
   7. ^ Robert Lomas (1999-08-21). "Spark of genius". Independent Magazine. http://www.robertlomas.com/Tesla/Independent_Article.html. Retrieved on 2008-07-29.
   8. ^ Cheney, Margaret, "Tesla: Man Out of Time", 1979. ISBN 0743215362. Front cover flap
   9. ^ U.S. Supreme Court, "Marconi Wireless Telegraph co. of America v. United States". 320 U.S. 1. Nos. 369, 373. Argued 9-12 April 1943. Decided 21 June 1943.
  10. ^ Obrad Mićov Samardžić, "Porijeklo Samardžića i ostalih bratstava roda Orlovića", Mostar 1992.ISBN 86-82271-53-2.
  11. ^ Seifer, "Wizard" p. 7
  12. ^ a b Margaret Cheney, Robert Uth, and Jim Glenn, "Tesla, Master of Lightning". Barnes & Noble Publishing, 1999. ISBN 0760710058.
  13. ^ Walker, E. H. (1900). Leaders of the 19th century with some noted characters of earlier times, their efforts and achievements in advancing human progress vividly portrayed for the guidance of present and future generations. Chicago: A.B. Kuhlman Co., p, 474.
  14. ^ Wysock, W.C.; J.F. Corum, J.M. Hardesty and K.L. Corum (22 October 2001). "Who Was The Real Dr. Nikola Tesla? (A Look At His Professional Credentials)" (PDF). Antenna Measurement Techniques Association, posterpape. http://www.ttr.com/Who%20Was%20Dr%20Tesla.pdf.
  15. ^ "The Book of New York: Forty Years' Recollections of the American Metropolis" says he matriculated 4 degrees (physics, mathematics, mechanical engineering and electrical engineering)
  16. ^ Harper's Encyclopædia of United States History from 458 A.D. to 1906. Harper & brothers 1905. Page 52.
  17. ^ Nikola Tesla: the European Years, D. Mrkich
  18. ^ Wohinz, Josef W. (16 May 2006). "Nikola Tesla und Graz". Technischen Universität Graz. http://www.presse.tugraz.at//pressemitteilungen/2006/16.05.2006_graz.htm. Retrieved on 2006-01-29.
  19. ^ Wohinz, Josef W. (Ed,) (2006). Nikola Tesla und die Technik in Graz. Graz, Austria: Verlag der Technischen Universität Graz. pp. p. 16. ISBN 3-902465-39-5; ISBN 978-3-902465-39-9 ..
  20. ^ Kulishich, Kosta (27 August 1931). "Tesla Nearly Missed His Career as Inventor: College Roommate Tells". Newark News. . Cited in Seifer, Marc, The Life and Times of Nikola Tesla, 1996
  21. ^ Seifer, Marc (1996). Wizard: The Life and Times of Nikola Tesla; Biography of a Genius. Secaucus, NJ: Carol Publishing Group. ISBN.
  22. ^ a b c d e f g h i Cheney, Margaret (2001) [1979]. Tesla: Man Out of Time. Simon and Schuster. ISBN 0743215362. http://books.google.com/books?vid=ISBN0743215362&id=ti2Jt7XarzMC. Retrieved on 2007-06-17.
  23. ^ James Grant Wilson, John Fiske, Appleton's Cyclopædia of American Biography. P. 261.
  24. ^ "Did Tesla really invent the loudspeaker?". Twenty First Century Books, Breckenridge, CO.
  25. ^ Marc J. Seifer (1998). Wizard. Citadel Press. ISBN 0806519606. http://books.google.com/books?vid=ISBN0806519606&id=h2DTNDFcC14C&pg=PA94&lpg=PA94&ots=Zk6E-wLsLK&dq=nikola+tesla+mother+death&sig=aL3uwBWDxhJZq9oLFBcLC8rV4uQ.
  26. ^ "Master of Lightning" by Public Broadcasting Service. Website
  27. ^ "Tesla Says Edison was an Empiricist. Electrical Technician Declares Persistent Trials Attested Inventor's Vigor. 'His Method Inefficient' A Little Theory Would Have Saved Him 90% of Labor, Ex-Aide Asserts. Praises His Great Genius.". New York Times. 19 October 1931. "Nikola Tesla, one of the world's outstanding electrical technicians, who came to America in 1884 to work with Thomas A. Edison, specifically in the designing of motors and generators, recounted yesterday some of ..."
  28. ^ http://www.westegg.com/inflation/ Adjusting the reported given amount of money for inflation, the US$50,000 in 1885 would equal US$1,140,112.60 in 2007
  29. ^ Clifford A. Pickover, Strange Brains and Genius: The Secret Lives of Eccentric Scientists and Madmen. HarperCollins, 1999. 352 pages. P. 14. ISBN 0688168949
  30. ^ "My Inventions" by Nikola Tesla, printed in Electrical Experimenter Feb-June, 1919. Reprinted, edited by Ben Johnson, New York: Barnes & Noble, 1982. ISBN
  31. ^ Jonnes,"Empire of light" p. 110
  32. ^ a b c Houston, E. J. (1889). A dictionary of electrical words, terms and phrases. New York: W.J. Johnston. Page 956.
  33. ^ Routledge, R., & Pepper, J. H. (1876). Discoveries and inventions of the nineteenth century. London: G. Routledge and sons. Page 545.
  34. ^ Archie Frederick Collins, Wireless Telegraphy: Its History, Theory and Practice. McGraw publishing company, 1905. Page 131
  35. ^ Tesla, Nikola, "A New System of Alternating Current Motors and Transformers". American Institute of Electrical Engineers, May 1888.
  36. ^ Robert Routledge, Discoveries and Inventions of the Nineteenth Century. G. Routledge and Sons, 1903. Page 542.
  37. ^ "Tesla's invention of the AND logic gate". Twenty First Century Books, Breckenridge, CO. (ed., this pertains to the U.S. Patent 723,188 and U.S. Patent 725,605)
  38. ^ Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, "The IEEE standard dictionary of electrical and electronics terms". 6th ed. New York, N.Y., Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, c1997. IEEE Std 100-1996. ISBN 1-55937-833-6 [ed. Standards Coordinating Committee 10, Terms and Definitions; Jane Radatz, (chair)]
  39. ^ Dugan, William James, "Hand-book of electro-therapeutics". F.A.Davis Company, 1910. Page 123. "[...] speak of "Tesla currents" when we really mean the high frequency currents."
  40. ^ Snow, William Benham, "Currents of high potential of high and other frequencies". Scientific authors' publishing Co., 1918. Page 121.
  41. ^ Norrie, H. S., "Induction Coils: How to make, use, and repair them".Norman H. Schneider, 1907, New York. 4th edition.
  42. ^ Electrical experimenter, January 1919. Page 615
  43. ^ The Electrical engineer. (1884). London: Biggs & Co. Page 19
  44. ^ Bengt Anders Benson, Perseption apparatus for the Blind, U.S. Patent 3,250,023
  45. ^ Houston, E. J. (1889). A dictionary of electrical words, terms and phrases. New York: W.J. Johnston. Page 801.
  46. ^ Houston, E. J. (1889). A dictionary of electrical words, terms and phrases. New York: W.J. Johnston. Page 878.
  47. ^ N. Tesla, HIGH FREQUENCY OSCILLATORS FOR ELECTRO-THERAPEUTIC AND OTHER PURPOSES. Proceedings of the American Electro-Therapeutic Association, American Electro-Therapeutic Association. Page 25.
  48. ^ Griffiths, David J. Introduction to Electrodynamics, ISBN 0-13-805326-X and Jackson, John D. Classical Electrodynamics, ISBN 0-471-30932-X.
  49. ^ Proceedings of the American Electro-Therapeutic Association, American Electro-Therapeutic Association. Page 16.
  50. ^ George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman, Medical Record, 1897. Page 287.
  51. ^ A Survey of Laser Lightning Rod Techniques - Barnes, Arnold A., Jr. ; Berthel, Robert O.
  52. ^ Frequently Asked Questions - HSV Technologies
  53. ^ Vehicle Disabling Weapon by Peter A. Schlesinger, President, HSV Technologies, Inc. - NDIA Non-Lethal Defense IV 20-22 Mar 2000
  54. ^ Norrie, H. S., "Induction Coils: How to make, use, and repair them". Norman H. Schneider, 1907, New York. 4th edition.
  55. ^ O'Neill, "Prodigal Genius" pp 162-164
  56. ^ Krumme, Katherine, Mark Twain and Nikola Tesla: Thunder and Lightning. 4 December 2000 (PDF)
  57. ^ Grotz, Toby, "The Influence of Vedic Philosophy on Nikola Tesla's Understanding of Free Energy".
  58. ^ http://www.ieee.org/web/aboutus/history_center/conferences/che2007/prog_comm.html
  59. ^ John Patrick Barrett, Electricity at the Columbian Exposition. R.R. Donnelley 1894 (World's Columbian Exposition, 1893, Chicago, Ill.) Page 168-169
  60. ^ Waser, André, "Nikola Tesla’s Radiations and the Cosmic Rays".
  61. ^ Tesla, Nikola, "My Inventions", Electrical Experimenter magazine, Feb, June, and Oct, 1919. ISBN (also "The Strange Life of Nikola Tesla" at rastko.org)
  62. ^ Jonnes, Jill. Empires of Light ISBN 0-375-75884-4. Page 355, referencing O'Neill, John J., Prodigal Genius: The Life of Nikola Tesla (New York: David McKay, 1944), p. 167.
  63. ^ Tesla, Nikola, "The True Wireless". Electrical Experimenter, May 1919. (also at pbs.org)
  64. ^ Gillispie, Charles Coulston, "Dictionary of Scientific Biography"; Tesla, Nikola. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. ISBN
  65. ^ Corum, K. L., J. F. Corum, and A. H. Aidinejad, "Atmospheric Fields, Tesla's Receivers and Regenerative Detectors". 1994.
  66. ^ Corum, K. L., J. F. Corum, "Nikola Tesla, Lightning Observations, and Stationary Waves". 1994.
  67. ^ Tesla, Nikola, "Talking with Planets". Collier's Weekly, 19 February 1901. (EarlyRadioHistory.us)
  68. ^ Spencer, John (1991). The UFO Encyclopedia. New York: Avon Books. ISBN 978-0-38-076887-5.
  69. ^ Corum, Kenneth L.; James F. Corum (1996). Nikola Tesla and the electrical signals of planetary origin. pp. 14. OCLC 68193760.
  70. ^ "A Battle to Preserve a Visionary’s Bold Failure". New York Times. May 4, 2009. http://www.nytimes.com/2009/05/05/science/05tesla.html?hp. Retrieved on 2009-05-05. "He eventually sold Wardenclyffe to satisfy $20,000 (today about $400,000) in bills at the Waldorf. In 1917, the new owners had the giant tower blown up and sold for scrap."
  71. ^ O'Neill, "Prodigal Genius" pp 228-229
  72. ^ Seifer, "Wizard" pp 378-380
  73. ^ Page, R.M., "The Early History of RADAR", Proceedings of the IRE, Volume 50, Number 5, May, 1962, (special 50th Anniversary Issue).
  74. ^ http://www.teslasociety.com/teslavillage.htm Tesla telegram to Vladko Maček
  75. ^ Prepared Statement by Nikola Tesla downloadable from www.tesla.hu
  76. ^ New York Times, 11 July 1935, p 23, c.8
  77. ^ New York Herald Tribune, 11 September 1932
  78. ^ 1936 unpublished interview, quoted in Anderson, L, ed. Nikola Tesla: Lecture Before the New York Academy of Sciences: The Streams of Lenard and Roentgen and Novel Apparatus for Their Production, 6 April 1897, reconstructed 1994
  79. ^ "Tesla's Ray". Time, 23 July 1934.
  80. ^ "Tesla, at 78, Bares New 'Death-Beam"', New York Times, 11 July 1934.
  81. ^ "Tesla Invents Peace Ray". New York Sun, 10 July 1934.
  82. ^ "Death-Ray Machine Described", New York Sun, 11 July 1934.
  83. ^ "A Machine to End War". Feb. 1935.
  84. ^ Seifer, Marc J., "Wizard, the Life and Times of Nikola Tesla". ISBN (HC) p. 454
  85. ^ Seifer, "Wizard" p. 454
  86. ^ "Beam to Kill Army at 200 Miles, Tesla's Claim on 78th Birthday". New York Times, 11 July 1934.
  87. ^ "'Death Ray' for Planes". New York Times, 22 September 1940.
  88. ^ "Aerial Defense 'Death-Beam' Offered to U. S. By Tesla" 12 July 1940
  89. ^ O'Neill, John J., "Tesla Tries To Prevent World War II". (unpublished Chapter 34 of Prodigal Genius) (PBS)
  90. ^ Velox, Particle beam weapon. everything2.com
  91. ^ The Fantastic Inventions of Nikola Tesla By Nikola Tesla, David Hatcher Childress. p. 256. Google Books
  92. ^ The Lost Journals of NiKola Tesla. by Tim Swartz. Inner Light - Global Communications (October 15, 2000). Also see bibliotecapleyades.net
  93. ^ Kerryr.net
  94. ^ Secor, H. Winfield, "Tesla's views on Electricity and the War", Electrical Experimenter, Volume 5, Number 4, August, 1917.
  95. ^ "Giant Eye to See Round the World" Albany Telegram, 25 February 1923 (doc).
  96. ^ Viereck, George Sylvester, and Nikola Tesla, "A Machine to End War - A Famous Inventor, Picturing Life 100 Years from Now, Reveals an Astounding Scientific Venture Which He Believes Will Change the Course of History". Liberty, February 1937.
  97. ^ Kennedy, John B., "When woman is boss, An interview with Nikola Tesla". Colliers, 30 January 1926.
  98. ^ Nikola Tesla, "The Problem of Increasing Human Energy". Century Illustrated Magazine, June 1900.
  99. ^ O'Neill, "Prodigal Genius" (extract at Electrosensitivity.org - Q&A)
 100. ^ "Nikola Tesla Dies. Prolific Inventor. Alternating Power Current's Developer Found Dead in Hotel Suite Here. Claimed a 'Death Beam'. He Insisted the Invention Could Annihilate an Army of 1,000,000 at Once.". New York Times. 8 January 1943, Friday.
 101. ^ U.S. Patent 645,576
 102. ^ Hoover, John Edgar, et al.
 103. ^ Nikola Tesla Museum
 104. ^ John J. O'Neill Prodigal Genius - the Life of Nikola Tesla, pp. 316-7, Ives Washburn Inc., 1964 ASIN: B000KIDNP6; 1st ed. 1944
 105. ^ The portrait survived in the collection of Ludwig Nissen, Brooklyn, see: Klaus Lengsfeld: Sammlung Ludwig Nissen : Husum 1855 - 1924 New York; Dokumentation d. Kunstsammlung Ludwig Nissens anlässl. d. Ausstellung zu seinem 125. Geburtstag im Nissenhaus zu Husum, 1980, 169 Pages. (= Schriften des Nordfriesischen Museums Ludwig-Nissen-Haus, Nr. 16)
 106. ^ IEEE, "IEEE Nikola Tesla Award. 1 April 2005.
 107. ^ Why the Name "Tesla"?, Tesla Motors, Inc., 2006
 108. ^ Tesla Memorial Society of New York | Tesla Monument in Canada
 109. ^ "Aerodrom Nikola Tesla Beograd". http://www.airport-belgrade.co.yu. Retrieved on 2009-06-04.

[edit] References

    * Margaret Cheney, Robert Uth, and Jim Glenn, "Tesla, Master of Lightning", published by Barnes & Noble, 1999. ISBN 0760710058.
    * Germano, Frank, "Dr. Nikola Tesla". Frank. Germano.com.
    * Lomas, Robert, "The Man who Invented the Twentieth Century". Lecture to South Western Branch of Instititute of Physics.
    * Martin, Thomas Commerford, "The Inventions, Researches, and Writings of Nikola Tesla", New York: The Electrical Engineer, 1894 (3rd Ed.); reprinted by Barnes & Noble, 1995 ISBN-X
    * O'Neill, John J., "Prodigal Genius: The Life of Nikola", 1944. ISBN (Tesla reportedly said of this biographer "You understand me better than any man alive"; also the version at uncletaz.com with other items at uncletaz's site)
    * Penner, John R.H. The Strange Life of Nikola Tesla, corrupted version of My Inventions.
    * Pratt, H., "Nikola Tesla 1856–1943", Proceedings of the IRE, Vol. 44, September, 1956.
    * "Nikola Tesla". IEEE History Center, 2005.
    * Seifer, Marc J. "Wizard: The Life and Times of Nikola Tesla; Biography of a Genius", Secaucus, NJ: Carol Publishing Group, 1996. ISBN
    * Weisstein, Eric W., "Tesla, Nikola (1856–1943)". Eric Weisstein's World of Science.
    * "Gazetteer of Planetary Nomenclature", Moon Nomenclature: Crater. USGS, Astrogeology Research Program.
    * Dimitrijevic, Milan S., "Belgrade Astronomical Observatory Historical Review". Publ. Astron. Obs. Belgrade,), 162–170. Also, "Srpski asteroidi, Tesla". Astronomski magazine.
    * Hoover, John Edgar, et al., FOIA FBI files, 1943.
    * Pratt, H., "Nikola Tesla 1856–1943", Proceedings of the IRE, Vol. 44, September, 1956.
    * W.C. Wysock, J.F. Corum, J.M. Hardesty and K.L. Corum, "Who Was The Real Dr. Nikola Tesla? (A Look At His Professional Credentials)". Antenna Measurement Techniques Association, posterpaper, 22 October–25, 2001 (PDF)
    * Roguin, Ariel, "Historical Note: Nikola Tesla: The man behind the magnetic field unit". J. Magn. Reson. Imaging 2004;19:369–374. © 2004 Wiley-Liss, Inc.
    * Sellon, J. L., "The impact of Nikola Tesla on the cement industry". Behrent Eng. Co., Wheat Ridge, CO. Cement Industry Technical Conference. 1997. XXXIX Conference Record., 1997 IEEE/PC. Page(s) 125–133. ISBN
    * Valentinuzzi, M.E., "Nikola Tesla: why was he so much resisted and forgotten?" Inst. de Bioingenieria, Univ. Nacional de Tucuman; Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine, IEEE. July/August 1998, 17:4, pp. 74–75. ISSN
    * Waser, André, "Nikola Tesla’s Radiations and the Cosmic Rays". (PDF)
    * Secor, H. Winfield, "Tesla's views on Electricity and the War", Electrical Experimenter, Volume 5, Number 4, August, 1917.
    * Florey, Glen, "Tesla and the Military". Engineering 24, 5 December 2000.
    * Corum, K. L., J. F. Corum, "Nikola Tesla, Lightning Observations, and Stationary Waves". 1994.
    * Corum, K. L., J. F. Corum, and A. H. Aidinejad, "Atmospheric Fields, Tesla's Receivers and Regenerative Detectors". 1994.
    * Meyl, Konstantin, H. Weidner, E. Zentgraf, T. Senkel, T. Junker, and P. Winkels, "Experiments to proof the evidence of scalar waves Tests with a Tesla reproduction". Institut für Gravitationsforschung (IGF), Am Heerbach 5, D-63857 Waldaschaff.
    * Anderson, L. I., "John Stone Stone on Nikola Tesla’s Priority in Radio and Continuous Wave Radiofrequency Apparatus". The Antique Wireless Association Review, Vol. 1, 1986, pp. 18–41.
    * Anderson, L. I., "Priority in Invention of Radio, Tesla v. Marconi". Antique Wireless Association monograph, March 1980.
    * Marincic, A., and D. Budimir, "Tesla's contribution to radiowave propagation". Dept. of Electron. Eng., Belgrade Univ. (5th International Conference on Telecommunications in Modern Satellite, Cable and Broadcasting Service, 2001. TELSIKS 2001. pp. 327–331 vol.1) ISBN-X
    * Page, R.M., "The Early History of Radar", Proceedings of the IRE, Volume 50, Number 5, May, 1962, (special 50th Anniversary Issue).
    * C Mackechnie Jarvis "Nikola Tesla and the induction motor". 1970 Phys. Educ. 5 280–287.
    * "Giant Eye to See Round the World" (DOC)
    * Nichelson, Oliver, "Nikola Tesla's Latter Energy Generation Designs", A description of Tesla's energy generator that "would not consume fuel." 26th IECEC Proceedings, 1991, Boston, MA (American Nuclear Society) Vol. 4, pp. 433-438.
    * Nichelson, Oliver, "The Thermodynamics of Tesla's Fuelless Electrical generator". A theory of the physics of Tesla's new energy generator. (American Chemical Society, 1993. 2722-5/93/0028-63)
    * Toby Grotz, "The Influence of Vedic Philosophy on Nikola Tesla's Understanding of Free Energy".

[edit] Further reading

[edit] Publications

    * A New System of Alternating Current Motors and Transformers, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, May 1888.
    * Selected Tesla Writings, Written by Tesla and others,.
    * Light Without Heat, The Manufacturer and Builder, January 1892, Vol. 24
    * Biography - Nikola Tesla, The Century Magazine, November 1893, Vol. 47
    * Tesla's Oscillator and Other Inventions, The Century Magazine, November 1894, Vol. 49
    * The New Telegraphy. Recent Experiments in Telegraphy wih Sparks, The Century Magazine, November 1897, Vol. 55

[edit] Books

    * Anderson, Leland I., "Dr. Nikola Tesla (1856–1943)", 2d enl. ed., Minneapolis, Tesla Society. 1956.
    * Auster, Paul, "Moon Palace", 1989. Tells Tesla's story - among other's - within the history of the United States.
    * Cheney, Margaret, "Tesla: Man Out of Time", 1981. ISBN 0139068597.
    * Childress, David H., "The Fantastic Inventions of Nikola Tesla," 1993. ISBN
    * Glenn, Jim, "The Complete Patents of Nikola Tesla," 1994. ISBN
    * Jonnes, Jill "Empires of Light: Edison, Tesla, Westinghouse, and the Race to Electrify the World". New York: Random House, 2003. ISBN
    * Martin, Thomas C., "The Inventions, Researches, and Writings of Nikola Tesla," 1894 . ISBN-X
    * O'Neill, John Jacob,"Prodigal Genius," 1944. Paperback reprint 1994, ISBN 978-0914732334. (ed. Prodigal Genius is available online)
    * Lomas, Robert,"The man who invented the twentieth century : Nikola Tesla, forgotten genius of electricity," 1999. ISBN
    * Ratzlaff, John and Leland Anderson, "Dr. Nikola Tesla Bibliography", Ragusan Press, Palo Alto, California, 1979, 237 pages. Extensive listing of articles about and by Nikola Tesla.
    * Seifer, Marc J., "Wizard, the Life and Times of Nikola Tesla," 1998. ISBN (HC), ISBN (SC)
    * Tesla, Nikola, "Colorado Springs Notes, 1899–1900", ISBN-X
    * Tesla, Nikola, "My Inventions" Parts I through V published in the Electrical Experimenter monthly magazine from February through June, 1919. Part VI published October, 1919. Reprint edition with introductory notes by Ben Johnson, New York: Barnes and Noble,1982, ISBN; also online at "Lucid Cafe, et cetera as "The Strange Life of Nikola Tesla", 1919. ISBN
    * Trinkaus, George "TESLA: The Lost Inventions", High Voltage Press, 2002. ISBN 09-7096-182-0
    * Valone, Thomas, "Harnessing the Wheelwork of Nature: Tesla's Science of Energy," 2002. ISBN

[edit] Journals

    * Carlson, W. Bernard, "Inventor of dreams". Scientific American, March 2005 Vol. 292 Issue 3 p. 78(7).
    * Jatras, Stella L., "The genius of Nikola Tesla". The New American, 28 July 2003 Vol. 19 Issue 15 p. 9(1)
    * Rybak, James P., "Nikola Tesla: Scientific Savant". Popular Electronics, 1042170X, November 1999, Vol. 16, Issue 11.
    * Lawren, B., "Rediscovering Tesla". Omni, March 1988, Vol. 10 Issue 6.

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