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Nikola Tesla articles from Electric Spacecraft Journal
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James and Kenneth Corum searched the historical record for clues as to how Tesla was able to generate fireballs on-demand. They discovered that operating two, different-frequency coils placed inside...


Ron Kovac built a working model of Tesla’s 1899 Colorado Springs transmitter to investigate the Power Wave. This paper explains his simulation of Tesla’s experiments and the results. Introduction In...


(We dedicate this article in memory of John Ratzlaff and his wife, Mildred, whose kindness and open sharing have helped so many.) Tesla’s Wardenclyffe Tower technology might have a direct...


Leland Anderson has kindly provided copies of rare documents from the Tesla Museum in Belgrade. The papers reproduced in this report supply information about the Wardenclyffe tower, and show that the...

Source: Name witheld (sic) by request. The Source is from Belgrade, in the former Yugoslavia. Documents from a European Source express concern about the future of the contents of the Tesla Library in...

George W. Damm suggests that Nikola Tesla incorporated acoustic resonant criteria in the design and modulation of his tower at Shoreham, Long Island. At first, this seems a bit farfetched, but a pause...

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