Nikola Tesla - "Inventions of Tesla--A Man Whose Mind Works While He Sleeps." This is a wonderful article I found in the Newspaper Archives from 1904. Frank G. Carpenter interviewed Nikola Tesla on two separate occasions. The first time was September of 1894 at Tesla's laboratory on East Houston and the second interview took place at the Waldorf on the evening of December 17, 1904. Mr. Carpenter never published his notes from the first interview until this article where he combines both interviews into a marvelous glimpse into the world of Nikola Tesla: The Boston Sunday Globe, Boston, Massachusetts, page 3. New York. I give you today the substance of two remarkable talks with Nikola Tesla. The first interview was most interesting, giving a wonderful insight into Tesla the inventor and Tesla the man, but it was never published, for Mr. Tesla the Man.First take a glance at Tesla the man. His father was a clergyman of the Greek church, and Nikola was intended for the priesthood. Shortly aftere (sic) completing his studies Mr. Tesla the Inventor. How Tesla Works.
Fungus - Wikipedia A characteristic that places fungi in a different kingdom from plants, bacteria and some protists, is chitin in their cell walls. Similar to animals, fungi are heterotrophs; they acquire their food by absorbing dissolved molecules, typically by secreting digestive enzymes into their environment. Fungi do not photosynthesise. Growth is their means of mobility, except for spores (a few of which are flagellated), which may travel through the air or water. Fungi are the principal decomposers in ecological systems. Etymology Characteristics Shared features: Unique features: Some species grow as unicellular yeasts that reproduce by budding or binary fission. Diversity Two types of edible fungi Mycology In 1729, Pier A. History Morphology Microscopic structures Most fungi grow as hyphae, which are cylindrical, thread-like structures 2–10 µm in diameter and up to several centimeters in length. Macroscopic structures Growth and physiology Mold growth covering a decaying peach. Reproduction Spore dispersal
"The Tesla Collection" - the most comprehensive compilation of newspaper and periodical material ever assembled by or about Nikola Tesla Dan Rather - I am not sure it is possible to truly put... The Tesla Valve Be it known that I, Nikola Tesla, a citizen of the United States, residing at New York, in the country and State of New York, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Valvular Conduits of which the following is a full, clear and exact description. Above is the first sentence of a little known patent filed by Nikola Tesla in 1916 for a device that has since been referred to as a Tesla valve. I figured as I’ve spent the last 2 weeks working on adapting this design, the very least I could do is make sure to acknowledge the original inventor. As I mentioned in my post a few weeks ago, my current project (VADR) is to develop a breath sensor that will work in tandem with other breath collection technologies. However, as I researched the chemistry and developed the design of the sensor systems, I realised that I would need to have the sensor encased in some kind of static chamber that would hold the breath sample for a number of seconds. Like this: Like Loading...
Experimento de ruptura “He diseñado un procedimiento para romper las expectativas al mismo tiempo que se satisfacen las tres condiciones bajo las cuales la ruptura produce confusión, es decir, que la persona no pueda convertir la situación en un juego, en un chiste, un experimento, un engaño ni nada por el estilo” (Garfinkel, 1968, pág. 71). Harold Garfinkel (1917-2011) aportó a la sociología un aire fresco desarrollando la teoría de la etnometodología en los años 60. Desde su afán empírico Garfinkel se apoyó en los escenarios ordinarios del día a día para realizar los experimentos de ruptura tan sorprendentes y olvidados. Harold Garfinkel, el padre de la etnometodología La etnometodología debía preocuparse por los modos prácticos con los que las personas entienden el mundo en el que viven, sus conocimientos en las conversaciones mundanas, en el trabajo, la escuela, o en el hogar, en definitiva en sus quehaceres comunes que se realizan sin prestar atención. Leer el resto de esta entrada »
The ReDiscovery of Vril – The Lost Interview of Gerry Vassilatos that ties it all Together Gerry Vassilatos is the researcher that took Tesla from myth to fact and showed us what his real work was and why he was really erased from the history books. “I have been blessed to work with many of the finest researchers in the aetheric sciences, but of them all the finest was Gerry Vassilatos” – Thomas Joseph Brown This interview has been out of circulation for almost twenty years and only after exhaustive efforts is it available. Thanks go to Nathan Hanish to bringing this interview to us to restore. The true aetheric researchers and seekers of consciousness will find tremendous connections being made here. Those who wish can find the low res PDF here. Vril is the name Gerry prefers for the study of the Aether. The Rediscovery of Vril An Interview with Gerry Vassilatos, Conducted by Michael Theroux Over the last few years Gerry Vassilatos has contributed several important and vital articles to the journal Borderlands. MT: Yes. GV: That’s right. MT: This is absolutely fascinating!
"The Problem of Increasing Human Energy" by Nikola Tesla DIAGRAM a. THE THREE WAYS OF INCREASING HUMAN ENERGY. Let, then, in diagram a, M represent the mass of man. This mass is impelled in one direction by a force f, which is resisted by another partly frictional and partly negative force R, acting in a direction exactly opposite, and retarding the movement of the mass. Viewed generally, there are obviously two ways of increasing the mass of mankind: first, by aiding and maintaining those forces and conditions which tend to increase it; and, second, by opposing and reducing those which tend to diminish it. Conversely, it scarcely need be stated that everything that is against the teachings of religion and the laws of hygiene is tending to decrease the mass. For every person who perishes from the effects of a stimulant, at least a thousand die from the consequences of drinking impure water. How to provide good and plentiful food is, therefore, a most important question of the day. There seems to be no philosophical necessity for food.
Way to Harness Free Electric Currents Discovered | conspiracy.co Forward by Adam Bull, Author & Researcher A way to harness free electric currents was discovered by Nikola Tesla as early as 1896 and published in The World Sunday Magazine on March 8th. Although history little remembers the man that invented wireless power, as long as 100 years before it was considered conceivably possible* ( See here ), the genius in such a way recants his views in the following republication in the usual sobering and fascinating way. Of course a shame that they now stand, at least in their potentially, lost to the ages, and of course the inevitability of the decay that greed brings in the place of the generousness that would have otherwise existed in it's stand. In simpler and sterner words from the author, FREE ENERGY APPEARS TO HAVE BEEN AROUND THE CORNER IN 1896, WHAT HAPPENED? Discovered by Nikola Tesla The World is on the eve of an astounding revelation.
Los 12 pasos para incorporar a tu vida el 'hygge', el secreto de la felicidad danesa Dinamarca es el país más feliz del mundo, según un informe anual que la ONU lleva haciendo desde 2012. Muchos apuntan, más allá de su escandinavo Estado de bienestar, a que el secreto de su felicidad es el hygge (que se pronuncia algo así como huu-gue, pero mejor escúchalo aquí), un concepto que no tiene fácil traducción y del que se ha escrito mucho últimamente. “Es difícil encontrar una palabra; sería una mezcla entre acogedor, bienestar, estar en una situación en la que te sientes cómodo, relajado y libre”, explica a Verne Mikkel Larsen (42 años), agregado de comunicación de la Embajada danesa en Madrid. Aunque en la representación diplomática escandinava no creen que el hygge esté relacionado con el mal tiempo, como sugería Quarzt hace poco, sí creen que el otoño y el invierno son más proclives. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. * Para que no te pierdas nada, nosotros te mandamos lo mejor de Verne a tu móvil: ¡únete a nuestro Telegram telegram.me/verneelpais!