[TCML] Tesla Coil in Beijing: press release
electrotherapy at hotmail.com
Sun Aug 10 14:23:54 MDT 2008
You hit the nail on the head with everything you said below.
I've studied a lot of Tesla history, and will never forgot falling off of the chair seeing Jeff P's construction photos. I think that moment was historical for everyone. I fail to see how anyone could not have anything but pure admiration for the effort involved in such an amazing project. For most of us [here in the US], day-to-day life is becoming more difficult by itself, without the addition of a double-sized world-wonder to create. These guys did the impossible.
The rest is nothing short of painful. To read Jeff P.'s posting afterward was heartbreaking. 3000 miles away I had nothing to do with anything -- and was completely sickened.
As for the misc. newspaper headings: this is historical too. Some " " history.
> Date: Sat, 9 Aug 2008 22:34:39 -0700> From: quarkster at att.net> Subject: RE: [TCML] Tesla Coil in Beijing: press release> To: tesla at pupman.com> CC: > > Jeff B. (and Jeff P.) -> > It just seems, well, hard to believe that an experienced news reporter from a major newspaper (Milwaukee Journal Sentinal) could get so confused, and could end up "fabricating" such a story our of thin air .....without a little "help".> > It might be worthwhile to contact the reporter (Sharif Durhams, sdurhams at journalsentinal.com) to get some understanding of who he actually interviewed, what he was actually told.> > (TC content): I certainly was paying close attention to KVA Effect's status reports as construction on the coils progressed, and was really looking forward to seeing them in operation. Think of the huge surge in interest in Tesla coils, and in Tesla's work, that would have resulted from millions of people seeing these coils operating at full output.> > Regards,> Herr Zapp>
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