Sunday, 8 May 2011
Nikola Tesla- as Close as it Gets!
The other day I was browsing through the ORH News, my hospital's newspaper when I came across an article about the refurbishment of the Churchill Hospital’s MRI Centre. The centre was having a new magnet put in its MRI scanner. Magnetic Resonance Imaging is a fairly recent invention compared to X-ray; the first one was only installed at my hospital about 20 years ago. It can take pictures of the inside of the body in a similar way to X-rays only it shows up far more detail, especially of the soft tissues that X-ray pictures tend white out. MRI also doesn’t carry the risks from potentially dangerous exposure to ionizing radiation that X-ray does. The MRI magnets are some of the most powerful in the world; in fact when working in the MRI chamber we have to remove everything metal from our persons and if you have a cardiac pacemaker it can put you in danger. If you stand at the far end of my hospital, almost half a mile away, with a magnetic compass, the needle will move when the MRI scanner is operating. This extremely intense magnetic field when concentrated on a narrow cross-section of the body will cause the very nuclei in the atoms of our body to spin. The spin makes them give off their own magnetic signal which is strong enough to be picked up by the scanner’s detectors and converted into a graphic. It might make you feel dizzy to think of the very atoms of your body spinning, but in fact the patient should feel nothing at all, apart from a bit of claustrophobia from being inside the machine’s tunnel. MRI scanners are expensive; each one will set you back about £5 million, but many hospitals consider that money well spent.
As you can see the article describes the magnet as “3T”; how many of the ORH News’ readers know what this means? Well, the T stands for “tesla” which is the standard unit of magnetic inductance, in laymen’s terms: how strong the magnet is. The world record is currently 5T and clinical MRI scanners vary from 3 to 4.5T. A fridge magnet will only be couple of mT, militeslas. The unit is named after one of the most remarkable men in scientific history, and possibly its most underrated; its greatest unsung hero: Nikola Tesla. You’ll hear a lot about Tesla in the Conspiracy-Paranormal research community but in the mainstream scientific milieu he is all but forgotten. He was possibly the man for whom the term “mad scientist” was coined. He was born in 1856 in Serbia and became one of the pioneers of the Electric Revolution, developing technology that eventually led to the workings of your computer monitor that allows you to read these words. He devised alternating current which is used today in mains electrical supply the world over. AC is also the principle behind the electric motor, a device so fundamental that it is essential to almost every aspect of modern society. His career began in 1864 when he moved to the United States to work for Thomas Edison, but he fell out with Edison over a payment deal and quit the company to go into business himself. His own company quickly became a rival to Edison’s in an almost TV miniseries-like revenge ploy. He had already had the idea for AC-alternating mains current, but the prevailing view at that time was that DC-direct mains current, the same as that produced by modern batteries, was the right path to progress. Tesla would eventually be vindicated, but not until after a long struggle. This struggle was bitter and sometimes turned nasty. Edison carried out a public demonstration that would be unacceptable and an obscenity by modern standards: He electrocuted an elephant, see: (WARNING! Upsetting content!) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gr6xBz-h99U It makes me glad I live in the modern world and I feel somewhat scornful of the lament that today’s world is so cruel compared to “the Good Old Days”!) The world of mainstream science does halfheartedly applaud Nikola Tesla for his achievement with AC, but there’s a line in the sand between them for everything he did next. In 1899 Tesla travelled to Colorado and walked to the top of a mountain to set up an experiment involving a copper rod several hundred feet long erected vertically into the sky. The papers relating to this experiment are classified by the US Government and remain so today after 112 years! However the basic conclusion was recorded, that the rod became electrically charged, enough to produce a detectable current. The source of this charge was atmospheric electricity, the huge untapped reservoir of voltage above our heads that violently breaks loose during thunderstorms. Tesla was struck by the way electricity can travel through empty space without wires. It was accepted back then that electricity can be transmitted through the air in small amounts, after all this is the basis of wireless radio; but Tesla believed that this could be done with working electric currents with the power to drive motors and run donestic and industrial appliances. He decided to experiment and demonstrate it. Luckily no elephants were harmed this time and Tesla managed to put up wireless streetlights in Chicago. You can bet by now the existing interest he was attracting from the Government Intelligence services redoubled, and it was to double again many times. He built a structure at Wardenclyffe-on-Sound, New York that was to become the very icon of Tesla and his genius. It was a huge conical tower with a dome-shaped electrical transmitter on the top of it that Tesla hoped would demonstrate his effect. Unfortunately its operation was aborted because its investors pulled out. Tesla had funded the project by making a deal with JP Morgan and the Astor Empire, not a very wise thing to do. It is something that happens again and again with any scientific discovery that is deemed “socially and economically unsettling”. America has a great tradition in backyard inventors, part-time amateurs who create marvels on a shoestring budget in their garden sheds, like the Wright Brothers. What can happen is that a rich financier from the world of Big Business often approaches these people and offers a “partnership” that involves the inventor selling the rights. These inventors are usually very short of money and eagerly snap it up. Sometimes these takeovers can be completely innocent with the investor being genuinely interested and truly keen to develop it, but sometimes it can be the first step towards suppression and secrecy. As soon as the contracts are signed the “business partner” takes all the papers and prototypes with the promise to “leave it all in my capable hands. This is going to be a great success!” and that’s the last the world ever hears of it. I urge all inventors to be wary. In the case of Nikola Tesla he wasn’t wary enough. As soon as Morgan and Astor realized the implications of his discovery they pulled the plug, literally and metaphorically. You see Tesla’s ideas were getting dangerously close to verging on the territory of the dreaded F-word, Free Energy. I’ve made a film about this subject here: http://hpanwo-tv.blogspot.com/2009/09/freikraft.html . His theories were about far more than just the mere transmission of electrical power, they concerned its availability. His belief was that electrical energy was present in the very body of planet Earth and could be extracted and used by anybody anywhere; safely, easily, in virtually unlimited quantities and without effort: Free Energy. This was bad news for the Illuminati rulers of the planet who don’t want us to have access to any energy source that they can’t stick a meter on and which can’t be rationed and doled out by their own institutions. This is for reasons I detail in my film Friekraft in the above link. Tesla was extremely eccentric and had an obsessive personality. He used to hallucinate and suffer nightmares, but his visions often aided him in his scientific ventures, like many other scientists. He was paranoid about cleanliness and refused even to shake hands with other people. He remained celibate his whole life through his own choice. As well as a scientist he was a student of oriental mysticism and was enthralled by the Hindu faith. Unlike many modern scientific media stars, Tesla did not see this as a contradiction. He spent the last few years of his life living in a New York hotel room and died in January 1943. The day he died the FBI ordered his room sealed off and all his papers were plundered and impounded by the US Government. They used the Alien Property Act to keep the papers under lock and key even though Tesla had been granted American citizenship when he was just 35 in 1891, more than 50 years before! To this day Tesla’s discoveries remain hidden from public access, although I suspect that they have been developed in secret. HAARP is probably based on a lot of what Tesla learned about the Earth’s atmosphere (see: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uZOt29NR0FY) and directed energy weapons could have been used to demolish the World Trade Centre twin towers on 9/11, see: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1_4NrRioRPU . The governments have accessed this information from sources other than Tesla's oeuvre. Other scientists have contributed and they've also salvaged the technology from the wreckage of crashed flying saucers, see: http://hpanwo.blogspot.com/2008/03/roswells-galore.html . Like most scientific inventions, Tesla's are morally neutral and have the power to be destructive as much as they have to be creative. They can therefore be used for either good or bad depending on who gets their hands on them. As I said above, Tesla is largely ignored by the history of science when in truth his name deserves to be right up there with the greats like Isaac Newton and Michael Faraday, not to mention his more renowned arch-rival, Thomas Edison.
It struck me with a force of great revelation that just one single letter printed in the ORH News contained more of interest and had more of a stroy to tell than the rest of the issue put together. I asked one of the radiographers, a man with a qualification in the subject, about what this meant, just to find out how much he knew. Although he knew that the T stood for tesla he didn’t know anything about the man after whom this unit of measurement was named. This is one day going to change. Nikola Tesla will be vindicated and will take his rightful place in history when the people of the world finally take possession of his legacy. This legacy will transform the world in a way no other has; ending poverty, environmental destruction and imprisonment for the indefinite future.
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