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Re: Tesla Receiver Coil ..........success?
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- Date: Sat, 05 Nov 2005 12:37:57 -0700
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Original poster: Mddeming@xxxxxxx
In a message dated 11/5/05 9:28:01 A.M. Eastern Standard Time,
Original poster: Ed Phillips <evp@xxxxxxxxxxx>
"You sound might confident that it would not work. My experience has
been that Tesla's designs worked almost without exception.
I'd like to see you or someone else on this list build a test unit
true to the patent example and prove it does not work. As for me,
I'm betting my money on Tesla.
You build one and try it and then report the results! Good
I concur with your suggestion. About a half a dozen times in the
past year persons taking
a "minority viewpoint" have recommended that others invest the time
and money to prove
them wrong, rather than going to the effort and expense of
substantiating their own claims.
As to the assertion of Tesla's near infallibility, A number of his
patents were for devices
that were too expensive, too inefficient, or technologically
impossible, even a hundred
years later. There is a precedence from "the top" for this position:
Tesla filed many patents
with the implied attitude, "I'm so sure I'm right, I'll leave it to
someone else to actually build
my device and prove me wrong."