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Re: 7.1Hz, how the heck did Tesla succeed?
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- Date: Fri, 15 Jul 2005 12:39:00 -0600
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Original poster: dave pierson <davep@xxxxxxxx>
Yes, but think about it: his claims were originally dismissed because
radio waves don't go around the earth,
Tesla, from time to time, said radio didn't, but 'his' did.
As noted, what radio waves do, depends on on frequency, with
some going round quite nicely.
It is intriguing to note that as early as 1870 the '7 Hz more or less'
(OK: they referred to it as CPS...) was predicted, published. It would
be intrguing to know if Tesla was familiar. I believe the
'7 Hz more or less' falls out from assuming speed of light,
and a conducting sphere