[TCML] kVA Effects Argon Cannon on TV
Jeff W. Parisse
workshop at teslacoil.com
Tue Oct 21 23:47:34 MDT 2008
After seeing you jam on your guitar on YouTube, I believe you're pretty wild
To relax?... I fly model airplanes before work. Anything from hand launched
gliders (I suck) to fully robotic drones that fly kilometers away while
sending back video. All my planes are electric (naturally).
I think the new guy on TCML that makes chocolate has the best job!!!!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dr.Hankenstein" <dr.hankenstein at earthlink.net>
To: "Tesla Coil Mailing List" <tesla at pupman.com>
Sent: Tuesday, October 21, 2008 8:44 PM
Subject: RE: [TCML] kVA Effects Argon Cannon on TV
> You're a wild and crazy guy! How do you find any time to relax?
>> [Original Message]
>> From: Jeff W. Parisse <workshop at teslacoil.com>
>> To: Tesla Coil Mailing List <tesla at pupman.com>
>> Date: 10/21/2008 8:20:23 AM
>> Subject: [TCML] kVA Effects Argon Cannon on TV
>> Dear TCML,
>> This is the most important and far reaching project we have announced in
> our twelve year history. Please tell your friends about our show on
> The general public has NEVER SEEN what we accomplished last year and now
> that the delays are over and the DOD approvals granted. you will see our
> kVA Effects Argon Cannon DEATH RAY on TV!!!
>> Jeff W. Parisse
>> For Immediate Release
>> "kVA Effects demonstrates electron beam weapon on Science Channel"
>> October 20, 2008
>> Hollywood California
>> On Sunday, October 26th, the first civilian electron beam weapon will be
> demonstrated on the premiere episode of "SciFi Science", the newest show
> the Science Channel.
>> Produced by Luke Ellis and the creative team at Workaholic Productions,
> Sci Fi Science pits scientists, engineers and particle physicists against
> the most bizarre tabloid accounts of the supernatural to learn the real
> science behind the crazy headlines. Sci Fi Science presents the real
> science behind unreal stories.
>> On the show, the "Argon Cannon", designed and built by kVA Effects,
> shoots coherent beams of high voltage energy to targets setup inside a
> Hollywood soundstage. The opening segment follows the team as they attempt
> to create a version of the particle beam weapon invented by Nikola Tesla
> and dubbed the "Death Ray".
>> Jeff Parisse, co-founder and director of kVA Effects insists that his
> company's goals are firmly rooted in entertainment, "We invented the Argon
> Cannon for the theme park industry", he says. "We knew we had something
> fantastic so we turned up the voltage for Sci Fi Science". Parisse
> continues, "We intend to aim the cannon at unsuspecting rollercoaster
> riders for the thrill and leave military matters to the millitary".
>> kVA Effects is located in Torrance California. Visit www.teslacoil.com
> for more information on high voltage special effects for TV, Film and
> Theater. Check your local listings or
> http://science.discovery.com/tv-schedules/daily.html?date=20081026.300 for
> show times.
>> Contact kVA Effects at:
>> +1 310-748-5893
>> jparisse at teslacoil.com
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