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Re: 7.1Hz, how the heck did Tesla succeed?
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Original poster: "Chris Rutherford" <chris1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
I've just been learning about 'positive lightning', which as an property
of lighting extending from above the clouds to the upper atmosphere / lower
ionosphere, in the form of 'sprites'. Here are some nice images I managed
to find: -
It just occurred to me that many of these images were captured in Colorado
Springs. Surely if
a) The laws of physics are invariant throughout space then b)The laws of
physics are also invariant over 110 years, i.e. Tesla may have been looking
at positive lighting. Seems plausible that he may have wondered what
causes 'Those unusual measurements during 5% of lightning storms...". Or
maybe he simply didn't manage to capture them. - Who knows.
Is the physics of positive lightning well understood? Its only been on
record for about 10 years. Do we know anything about the conductive nature
of the ionosphere and how it could be connected to ground? These things
can stretch to 100 Miles so it could be a means if injecting pulses of
enegery in to the ionosphere using low loss. But then how could we get it
out again without causing chaos to the airline service?
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Subject: Re: 7.1Hz, how the heck did Tesla succeed?
Original poster: Mddeming@xxxxxxx
In a message dated 7/14/05 7:29:54 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
Tesla failed to
make it work, but that was because wall street turned against him before
it was up and running. Contemporary experimenters have failed to power
any distant devices via Earth resonance transmission, but this may just
mean that Tesla didn't reveal the necessary details (or it may just mean
that it's difficult to accomplish, and nobody has put major funding into
Or the failures could as easily be because it just doesn't work. The fact
that his funding was cut off and system dismantled before he got it fully
up and running in no way validates the underlying assumptions. All the
rest is an act of faith, which by its very nature must lie outside the
realm of rational discourse. (ergo O.T.)
"Entities should not be multiplied unnecessarily"
William of Occam in Quodlibeta Septem. c.1320
"'Maybe and Perhaps' though repeated a thousandfold, bring us not one iota
closer to any truth."
Wm. F. L. Alcock Jr. c.1958