Tesla Maps Our Electrical Future

Average: 5 (1 vote)
April, 1930
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1077 & 1124-1126
Simple Daylight Television, Baby Electric Planes, Cosmic Rays of Tremendous Intensity Foreseen by Scientific Wizard By H. Winfield Secor, E. E. Do you use an alternating-current induction motor? A high-frequency coil? A filamentless vacuum lamp (such as the neon lamp)? . . . At least you know these things and benefit by their use, as most of us do who live in this modern age of wonders. And you will be interested to know that not only these but many other modern electrical methods and appliances are conceptions of the brain of Dr. Nikola Tesla, perhaps the greatest master of electricity alive... continue reading »

Tesla's Views on Electricity and the War

Average: 5 (1 vote)
August, 1917
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Page numbers: 
229, 230 & 270
The Electrical Experimenter, August, 1917 Exclusive Interview to The Electrical Experimenter Nikola Tesla, one of the greatest of living electrical engineers and recipient of the seventh “Edison” medal, has evolved several unique and far-reaching ideas which if developed and practically applied should help to partially, if not totally, solve the much discust submarine menace and to provide a means whereby the enemy’s powder and shell magazines may be exploded at a distance of several miles. Nikola Tesla, the Famous Electric Inventor, Has Proposed Three Different Electrical Schemes for... continue reading »

The Tesla High Frequency Oscillator

Average: 4.3 (8 votes)
March, 1916
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Page numbers: 
614, 615 & 663
Electrical Experimenter, March 1916 - The Tesla Destroyer Tesla, probably the highest authority in high frequency electrical engineering to-day, has not been dreaming these past few years, although we have not heard much from him, except through the daily newspapers, which now and then publish some world-startling interview describing a “marvelous” Tesla wave with which it is possible to communicate with Mars and several hundred other astounding stunts that the winner of the Noble physics prize probably never even thought of, much less attempted to accomplish. Most of our readers have, no... continue reading »