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The twelve preceding episodes of Pateo TV showed the fallacies of the belief systems of both the universities and the religions. The only way to free ourselves from these erroneous beliefs is to ascend to a higher level of understanding. Wholly Science, being is the reunification of pure science and true spirituality, is the liberating paradigm that enables this ascension. In this thirteenth presentation show of Pateo TV, host Johan Oldenkamp presents a wide variety of applications of Wholly Science. (more…)
Nikola Tesla was born around midnight, between July 9 and July 10, 1856, during a fierce lightning storm, in Smiljan, Croatia, which was then part of Austria-Hungary. After completing the gymnasium at Karlovac (1870–1873), he began his studies in physics and mathematics at Graz Polytechnic (1875–1878), and then took philosophy at the University of Prague. He worked as an electrical engineer in Budapest, Hungary, and subsequently in France and Germany. In 1888, his discovery that a magnetic field could be made to rotate if two coils at right angles are supplied with alternating current (AC) that are 90° out of phase made possible the invention of the AC induction motor. The major advantage of this motor being its brush-less operation, which many at the time believed impossible. (more…)