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Re:  Re: 80' - 300' Lightning
Original poster: "Gary Peterson" <g.peterson@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
No proposal under consideration by Tesla Wardenclyffe Project, Inc.
or Friends of Science East, Inc. for the reproduction of Tesla's
Colorado Springs experimental World System transmitter.
In regards to 'getting the site,' in 2006 Agfa's Charlene Graff said,
"the future of the land . . . is uncertain. Agfa and Brookhaven Town
have discussed a potential donation of the land to the
Town. Discussion has also been held between Brookhaven Town and
Friends of Science East, Inc., a local group that would like to
establish a science museum and Tesla archive in the old laboratory
when the work is completed. The Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe
would house memorabilia of Tesla and his work, and offer programs and
exhibits for students and the general public on science-related
topics, along with community space for meetings and other
activities. The Shoreham Hamlet Study includes the concept of a
science museum at the site, and there has been general support in the
community for that possibility." See
http://www.teslascience.org/pages/update3.htm for the full text.
Tesla Wardenclyffe Project, Inc.
P.O. Box 8041
Breckenridge, CO 80424-8041
Phone: 970-453-9293 Fax: 970-453-6692
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Subject: Re:  Re: 80' - 300' Lightning
Original poster: "resonance" resonance@xxxxxxxxxxxx
This is already proposed for the east coast group doing the
Wardenclyffe project restoration. At present they are dealing to get the site.
Yes, and Tesla's Colorado Springs coil was 50 something feet in Diameter,
well the primary anyways. I wonder why no one else has remade that lab? Mr.
Bill Wysock has made that monster one of his but it's still not as big as
Colorado Springs was. I think all of us should get together and build a
reproduction of Tesla's lab!