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by Victor G. Hobson

Publisher: Victor G. Hobson
Year: 1978

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by Hermann Fricke

Pages: 139
Publisher: Verlag Rudolf Borkmann K.-G. Weimar
Year: 1939

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by Carl Frederick Krafft

Pages: 66
Publisher: Carl F. Krafft
Year: 1955

Outside the stagnant channels of "mainstream" science, leading research is now showing the vortex to be a vital key in understanding the subatomic level of nature. This comprehensive book is Krafft?s masterwork covering: The Hydromechanical Ether, Subatomic Vortices, The New Vortex Atoms, Radioactivity and Atomic Fission, the Nuclear Theory Disproved, and more.

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by James H. Wiborg

Pages: 249
Publisher: James H. Wiborg
Year: 1992
ISBN: B0006OV784

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by Frank J. Znidarsic

Pages: 53
Publisher: Vantage
Year: 1989
ISBN: 0533083346
ISBN: 978-0533083343

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by Jayant Vishnu Narlikar

Pages: 139
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company
Year: 1996
ISBN: 981022558X
ISBN: 978-9810225582

This book describes the subject of electrodynamics at classical as well as quantum level, developed as an interaction at a distance. Thus it has electric charges interacting with one another directly and not through the medium of a field. In general such an interaction travels forward and backward in time symmetrically, thus apparently violating the principle of causality. It turns out, however, that in such a description the cosmological boundary conditions become very important. The theory therefore works only in a cosmology with the right boundary conditions; but when it does work it is free from the divergences that plague a quantum field theory.

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by Hermann Bondi

Pages: 96
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Year: 1967
ISBN: 0521042828
ISBN: 978-0521042826

The Tarner Lectures Delivered at Cambridge

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by Hermann Bondi

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Year: 1952/1960/1961
ISBN: B000P7X44W
ISBN: B000QA3W22

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by Thomas F. Valone

Pages: 245
Publisher: Integrity Research Institute
Year: 1999
ISBN: 0964107031
ISBN: 978-0964107038

Websites: www.integrity-research.org

Anthology of breakthrough energy science papers from the First International Conference on Future Energy. Profusely illustrated, there are sixteen articles and an additional forty pages of slide presentations from the conference. Topics include: charge clusters in action, betavoltaic batteries, carbon arc gasification, release of chemical bond energy, zero point energy, free energy secrecy, new methods for nuclear reactions, speed of gravity, effective radioactive waste remediation, breakthrough power unit, wind energy, pulsed abnormal discharge, electric energy and the future, room temperature superconductors, casimir effect with vortex filaments, electrostatic motors, and advanced automotive. Discount coupon for CD-ROM version of COFE Proceedings with twenty (20) hours of digital audio lectures.

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by Margaret Cheney

Pages: 400
Publisher: Laurel Book / Touchstone
Year: 1981/2001
ISBN: 0743215362
ISBN: 978-0743215367
ISBN: 044039077X

The best biography written on one of the most amazing men of the 20th century, or perhaps of all-time.

Nikola Tesla was one of the world's greatest inventors, and definitely its most mysterious. To say that Telsa was ahead of his time is putting it rather mildly. Most of his inventions were so advanced that the public had a difficult time grasping just how important they really were.

Although Marconi is often credited with the invention of radio, the real credit goes entirely to Tesla. A long-running battle between the two ended when American courts essentially invalidated Marconi's radio patent, and awarded credit for the invention to Nikola Telsla.

In addition to radio, Tesla also invented Alternating Current (AC), which is the form of electricity used to deliver power to most homes and businesses on earth. He also patented hundreds of other inventions, many of which are in use today. Others are yet to be understood by modern scientists.

Probably just as fascinating as Tesla's inventions was Telsa himself though. He was the original, real-life "mad scientist", and often discussed his invention of the "death ray" with the popular press. The world has never seen an inventor the likes of Nikola Tesla, and may never see one again. This book is a fascinating look at an amazing individual. - William Hefner, Amazon

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by Otis T. Carr

Pages: 83
Publisher: Otis T. Carr
Year: 1952

Complete unpublished book (23 Mb).

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by Marc J. Seifer

Year: 1986

Pages 216-230 of a larger work, Nikola Tesla: Psychohistory of a Forgotten Inventor, containing Chapters
  • 24: Electric Sorcerer of the Gilded Age, 216
  • 25: Dematerialization Devices and Laser Beams, 222
  • 26: Priority Considerations on the Development of Wireless Transmission, 230

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by Marc J. Seifer

Year: 1986

Section 6, "World Broadcasting System", pages 326-361 of a larger work, Nikola Tesla: Psychohistory of a Forgotten Inventor, containing Chapters
  • 36: Colorado Springs and the Magnifying Transmitter, 327
  • 37: Geophysics, 340
  • 38: World Broadcasting System, 346

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by Bo Lehnert, Sisir Roy

Pages: 160
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company
Year: 1999
ISBN: 9810233957
ISBN: 978-9810233952

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by Nikola Tesla, Leland I. Anderson

Pages: 240
Publisher: Twenty First Century Books
Year: 2002
ISBN: 1893817016
ISBN: 978-1893817012

Websites: www.tfcbooks.com/mall/more/314ntac.htm#more-ntac

This is the transcript of an extended three day interview of Nikola Tesla conducted by his legal counsel in 1916 in preparation for expert testimony in impending radio patent cases.  In an account that was never intended for publication, Tesla describes his pioneering investigations into the nature of alternating currents as applied to wireless transmission.  In a style uniquely his own, he carefully traces his work from the first high frequency alternators that were constructed at his Grand Street laboratory in New York City, and their associated tuned circuits through the establishment of his huge broadcasting facility, the mighty Wardenclyffe Plant, located at Shoreham, Long Island.  Among the variety of topics discussed are: high frequency alternators, experiments with wireless telegraphy and telephony, mechanical and electrical oscillators, the Colorado experiments, theory and technique of energy transmission, the Long Island plant, and arrangements for receiving.  The previously untold story found within the pages of this remarkable book has been described by the prominent Tesla researcher James Corum as a "veritable Rosetta stone" for tracing the technical thoughts of one of our most distinguished engineering scientists.




  1. High Frequency Alternators
  2. Experiments with Wireless Telegraphy and Telephony
  3. Mechanical and Electrical Oscillators
  4. Apparatus for Transformation by Condenser Discharges; Damped Waves
  5. Apparatus for Transformation by Condenser Discharges; Continuous Waves
  6. Colorado Experiments
  7. Theory and Technique of Energy Transmission
  8. Long Island Plant
  9. Arrangements for Receiving
  10. Rediscussion/Clarification of Selected Remarks


  1. Fig. 1. Photograph of Tesla with alternator in offices of The Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co., May 10, 1938.
  2. Fig. 2. Photograph of 1915 shipboard transmitter employing the Tesla spiral form of antenna transformer coil.
  3. Tesla's description of Long Island plant and inventory of the installation as reported in 1922 foreclosure appeal proceedings.

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by Nikola Tesla, Leland I. Anderson, Gary L. Peterson

Pages: 260
Publisher: Twenty First Century Books
Year: 1998
ISBN: 0963601253
ISBN: 978-0963601254
ISBN: 0963601296
ISBN: 978-0963601292

Websites: www.tfcbooks.com/mall/more/337ntgw.htm

In this, the third book of the Tesla Presents Series, engineer-historian Leland Anderson provides the transcript of the 1902 U.S. Patent Interference investigation concerning Tesla's System of Signaling.  The document, "Nikola Tesla vs. Reginald A. Fessenden," which is no longer on file at the U.S. Patent Office, contains Tesla's own depositions as well as those of his closest and most trusted associates, George Scherff and Fritz Lowenstein.  Included is material on the history of radio-controlled devices, the first practical form of these being Tesla's radio-controlled "telautomaton" ? an operational boat first demonstrated to the public at Madison Square Garden in 1898. In addition to describing Tesla's "individualization" techniques for obtaining secure noninterferable radio communications?the patent is today recognized as the fundamental AND logic gate, a critical element of every digital computer?the interference record also reveals that essential features of the spread-spectrum telecommunications techniques known as frequency-hopping and frequency-division multiplexing have their roots in the resulting patents. Furthermore, there are new disclosures by Tesla on the operation of his large high voltage radio-frequency oscillators at both the Houston Street laboratory and the Colorado experimental station. Rarely in the history of science do we encounter such opportunities to gain deep insight into the fundamental ideas and concepts of an esteemed scientist/inventor.

  Nikola Tesla's technological legacy
     The setting
Tesla-Fessenden U.S. Patent Office Interference Case Transcript
Remote Control and The AND Logic Gate
  The beginnings of remote control
     Remote-controlled devices
     Tesla's wireless-controlled boats
     Need for secure control
     Tesla's "individualization" concept
     Later contenders
     Guided weapons
  The AND logic gate
     Electronic elements
     Non-electronic elements
       Fluid logic elements
         Tesla turbine
     High frequency, high voltage, conjoint oscillations
       demonstrating the AND function
     Progenitor of the computer industry
     A. U.S. Patent No. 613,809, "Method and Apparatus for Controlling Mechanism of Moving Vessel or Vehicles," Nov. 8, 1898.
     B. U.S. Patent No. 645,576, "System of Transmission of Electrical Energy," Mar. 20, 1900.
     C. U.S. Patents, Nos. 685,953, 685,954, 685,955, and 685,956, Nov. 5, 1901, on utilizing effects transmitted through natural media.
     D. The AND logic-gate patents
       U.S. Patent No. 723,188, "Method of Signaling," Mar. 17, 1903.
       U.S. Patent No. 725,605, "System of Signaling," Apr. 14, 1903.
     E. U.S. Patent No. 787,412, "Art of Transmitting Electrical Energy Through the Natural Mediums," Apr. 18, 1905.
     F. "Inductorium"
     G. Tesla correspondence with Benjamin Franklin Miessner

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by Nikola Tesla, Leland I. Anderson

Pages: 124
Publisher: Twenty First Century Books
Year: 1998
ISBN: 0963601288
ISBN: 978-0963601285

Websites: www.tfcbooks.com/mall/more/381tele.htm

In the 1930s the unorthodox inventor Nikola Tesla announced to the world a pair of novel inventions.  The first was "teleforce," a particle-beam projector which Tesla intended to be used as an instrument of national defense. A year later, in 1935, Tesla claimed a method of transmitting mechanical energy with minimal loss over any terrestrial distance, providing a new means of communication and a technique for the location of subterranean mineral deposits. He called this system for mechanical power transmission "telegeodynamics." Here, these two important papers, hidden for more than 60 years, are presented for the first time. The underlying principles behind teleforce and telegeodynamics are fully addressed.  In addition to copies of the original documents, typed on Tesla's official stationery, this work also includes two Reader's Aid sections providing guidance through the more technical aspects of each paper.  The actual texts are followed by Commentary sections which provide historical background and functional explanations of the two devices.  Significant newspaper articles and headline accounts are provided to document the first mention of these proposals. A large Appendix provides a wealth of related material and background information, followed by a Bibliography section and Index.

Nikola Tesla's Teleforce Proposal
     Reader's Aid
     New Art of Projecting Concentrated Non-Dispersive Energy Through Natural Media. By Nikola Tesla
     New York Times, September 22, 1940, "'Death Ray' for Planes"
Nikola Tesla's Telegeodynamics Proposal
     Reader's Aid
     Relative Merits of the Lucas Method of Prospecting by Detonations of Explosive Compounds and of The Tesla Method of Prospecting by Isochronous Oscillations Theoretically Considered. By Nikola Tesla
     Tesla correspondence from George Scherff, June 17, 1937
     New York Times, July 11, 1935, "Tesla, 79, Promises to Transmit Force"
  Teleforce Proposal
     Possibilities of Electrostatic Generators. By Nikola Tesla
     Tesla Correspondence to J. P. Morgan, Jr., November 29, 1934
  Telegeodynamics Proposal
     Tesla correspondence from George Scherff, April 19, 1918
     Address Before The New York Electrical Society, "Mechanical and Electrical Oscillators" by Nikola Tesla
     Electric Generator ? U.S. Patent No. 511,916
     Reciprocating Engine ? U.S. Patent No. 514,169
     Steam Engine ? U.S. Patent No. 517,900
     Mechanical Therapy by Nikola Tesla
     Detroit Free Press, Jan. 18, 1896, "Tesla's Health Giver"

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by Paramahamsa Tewari

Publisher: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan
Year: 1996
ISBN: 8172760701
ISBN: 978-8172760700


What is the reality of the universe? This question should be first answered before the concept of God can be analysed. Science is still in search of the basic entity that constucts the cosmos. God, therefore, will be a system too complex for science to discover. Unless the basic reality of aakaash (space) is recognized, neither science nor spirituality can have a grasp of the Creator, Sustainer and Destroyer of this gigantic phenomena that the Vedas named as Brahman.

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by Jos Harm Boersema

Pages: 54
Year: 2002

Einstein has been a stumbling block for progress in light theory for almost one century. If we use the first Michelson Morley experiment (MMX), science has failed to accept physical evidence proving light's medium to be co-moving with the Earth for 121 years now. First Lorentz' Ether Theory (LET) was invented, to hang on to the rigid aether (light medium), to be shortly superseded by relativity, an absurd variation on it. LET is a no-physical-causes "math-trickery" theory, relativity is even self contradictory, which is to be proven by this "paper". Often it is claimed that the "dragged light-medium" theories (the light medium, whatever it is, locally co-moving with the Earth) cannot explain "stellar aberration" (starlight is refracted towards the direction of motion of the Earth), however three physical solutions are proposed (see appendix and chapter 24). Furthermore the mystical duality of light - particle and wave - is probably solved in favor of waves in appendix 3, making the case for a classical wave theory. But the main point of this paper is to provide enough inescapable proof that relativity is a self-contradiction, and therefore formally disproven.

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by John M. Bockris

Pages: 542
Publisher: Springer
Year: 1970/2001/2008 (pb)
ISBN: 0306463253
ISBN: 978-0306463259

This long awaited and thoroughly updated version of the classic text (Plenum Press, 1970) explains the subject of electrochemistry in clear, straightforward language for undergraduates and mature scientists who want to understand solutions. Like its predecessor, the new text presents the electrochemistry of solutions at the molecular level. The Second Edition takes full advantage of the advances in microscopy, computing power, and industrial applications in the quarter century since the publication of the First Edition. Such new techniques include scanning-tunneling microscopy, which enables us to see atoms on electrodes; and new computers capable of molecular dynamics calculations that are used in arriving at experimental values.

Chapter 10 starts with a detailed description of what happens when light strikes semi-conductor electrodes and splits water, thus providing in hydrogen a clean fuel. There have of course been revolutionary advances here since the First Edition was written. The book also discusses electrochemical methods that may provide the most economical path to many new syntheses - for example, the synthesis of the textile, nylon. The broad area of the breakdown of material in moist air, and its electrochemistry is taken up in the substantial Chapter 12. Another exciting topic covered is the evolution of energy conversion and storage which lie at the cutting edge of clean automobile development. Chapter 14 presents from a fresh perspective a discussion of electrochemical mechanisms in Biology, and Chapter 15 shows how new electrochemical approaches may potentially alleviate many environmental problems.

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by John M. Bockris

Pages: 1046
Publisher: Springer
Year: 1993
ISBN: 0306443392
ISBN: 978-0306443398
ISBN: 0306442981
ISBN: 978-0306442988

This work is an advanced version of the authors' landmark undergraduate text, Modern Electrochemistry. It presents the frontiers of research in photoelectrochemistry, bioelectrochemistry, the electrochemistry of cleaner environments, and other areas to help the professional electrochemist design cleaner, more economical sources of electricity.
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