Cover of January 2014 Issue of Tesla Magazine

 

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GARY PETERSON: HOW DOES TESLAS'S TOWER WORK? (PDF will open in new window)

The Wardenclyffe facility was to be the first of many installations constructed near population centers around the world. If plans had moved forward without interruption, the Long Island prototype would have been followed by a second plant built in the British Isles, on the west coast of Scotland near Glasgow. Each facility would include a magnifying transmitter of a design loosely based upon the apparatus assembled at the Colorado Springs ExperimentalStation in 1899.

THOMAS VALONE: TESLA’S WIRELESS ENERGY EXPLAINED (PDF will open in new window)

Thomas F. Valone, Ph.D., P.E., Physicist and licensed professionalengineer with 30 years professional experience, a patent examiner, research engineer, instrumentation and energy harvester designer, Dr. Valone is also an author, lecturer, and consultant on future energy developments. He is the president and founder of Integrity Research Institute. He is the author of The Future of Energy: An Emerging Science, Zero Point Energy: The Fuel of the Future, Harnessing the Wheelwork of Nature, Practical Conversion of Zero-Point Energy, Homopolar Handbook, Electrogravitics Vol. I & II, Bioelectromagnetic Healing, and about 100 published reports and articles. He has also appeared on CNN, A&E, History and the Discovery Channels. He can be reached through www.IntegrityResearchInstitute.org.

TESLA MAGAZINE: First Issue Cover Page: Tesla's Blue PortraitJANE ALCORN: THE WORLD IS MORE INTERESTED IN TESLA (PDF will open in new window)

Jane Alcorn is the president of the nonprofit group The Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe. Together with Matthew Inman, from the cartoon website The Oatmeal, they raised a total of $1,370,511 from an Indiegogo campaign and $850,000 from a New York state grant to buy the property where the Wardenclyffe Tower once stood and eventually turne it into a museum. The group began negotiations to purchase the long Island property from Agfa corporation in October 2012 and the purchase was completed in may 2013. The long Island property; Tesla’s last laboratory, will become The Tesla Museum and Science Center. Jane Alcorn was interviewed by the editor of Tesla magazine, Nenad Stankovic.

BERNARD CARLSON: HOW DID TESLA THINK WARDENCLYFFE WOULD OPERATE?

MARC SEIFER: WARDENCLYFFE: THE LATER YEARS 1915-1921

DAVID J. KENT: THE ROAD TO WIRELESS AND WARDENCLYFFE

 

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