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Re: More information on Nightmare Mikes 90kV/270mA Tesla Coil
Original poster: "Dr. Resonance" <resonance-at-jvlnet-dot-com>
If you believe any of this I have a nice bridge in NY to sell you. I'll
even throw in a time machine.
Resonance Research Corporation
E11870 Shadylane Rd.
Baraboo WI 53913
> > David Rieben
> > PS - I heard of someone from the Art Linkletter Show that stole about 3
> > pigs from the local utility company, in Missouri, I think, that was
> > ing to built some kind of time machine. That wouldn't be you, would it
> > "Nightmare" Mike?
> Yes, I believe this is the same person. Mike Marcum claimed on numerous
> occasions claimed to have invented a time
> machine. From what I've read from various sources is that the initial
> design consisted of a jacobs ladders and some tesla
> coil high voltage generators so it goes. He claimed that he tossed a
> machine screw through the corona discharge of either the
> tesla coil or jacobs ladder at the top, whereas the screw disappeared for
> one second, and reappeared on the desktop. (not
> simply passing through and falling to the desktop, but disappearing and
> reappearing on the desktop)
> During a subsequent interview, he claimed he was using transformers to
> voltages up to around 3MV and had constructed a device
> similar to that of a distributor which was sued to create rotating
> fields amonst the 24 coils (tesla coils?) he had constructed himself.
> I wonder if he was using tesla transformers to step the voltages up to
> Anyways, if this guy has seriously built all the devices he has made
> to on this list, then I would definitely believe he is capable of building
> time machine.