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In 1899, Nikola Tesla (1856 – 1943) had a revealing interview in his former laboratory in Colorado Springs (USA) with a journalist of the magazine “Immortality” named John Smith, in which Tesla explained, among other things, why the theory of relativity of Albert Einstein (1879 – 1955) is wrong. For more then a century, it was the most suppressed interview with Tesla. In about 2011, it was rediscovered, and it became ever since republished on an increasing number of websites. Simply search the Internet with “Nikola Tesla interview 1899”, and you will find many of these publications. (more…)
The special guest for this live online broadcast of Pateo Radio was officially named Naima Feagin (1977), but she renamed herself as Hope Elizabeth Moore. Her internet name is “HopeGirl”, and her website is HopeGirl Blog.com. In 2013, she and her family decided to start developing the Quantum Energy Generator (QEG), based on a patented invention of Nikola Tesla (1856 – 1943). This USA patent is titled “Dynamo-Electric Machine”, and it was dated October 2, 1888. with number 390,414. The QEG prototype is scaled to produce electrical power in the range of 10 to 15 kilowatts continuously, and can be wired to provide either 120 Volt or 230-240 Volt single phase output. By making this prototype and by next sharing the acquired know-how, she concluded that creating a free electricity generator is not so much a technical challenge, as its real obstacle is counter-productive inter-human behavior. (more…)
We are all taught that the historic rivalry in the USA named “the Battle of the Currents” was between the direct current (DC) system of Thomas A. Edison (1847 – 1931) and the alternating current (AC) system of Nikola Tesla (1856 – 1943). But the real Battle of the Currents came later, and was between the closed-path systems promoted by J.P. Morgan (1837 – 1913) and the open-path systems promoted by Tesla. Although Tesla won the first battle, he lost this second industrial standards battle. Humanity could have had a century ago free wireless electricity if Testla would have also won this real Battle of the Currents. (more…)
The Industrial Revolution was the transition to new manufacturing processes. The Information Revolution was the transition to new communicating processes. Next, the Energy Revolution will be the transition to new powering processes.
However, there are two main blockades that prevent the Energy Revolution from taking off. First of all, the new powering processes form a major thread for the predominance by the petroleum and gas suppliers, and also for the producers and transporters of electric currents. Secondly, the Energy Revolution requires a mindset of abundance in stead of scarcity, resulting from achieving spiritual maturity. (more…)
Wholly Science names the planet on whom we live Terra. Terra has her own main frequencies. When our individual main frequency resonates with one or more of these main frequencies of our Mother who art in the Earth, then we are in harmony with our habitat.
Scientism claims that these Global Resonant Frequencies, abbreviated as GRF, are a function of the alleged speed of light and the circumference of Terra. However, the problem with this claim is that the speed of light must be about five percent higher then its defined maximum, or otherwise the circumference of Terra must be about five percent smaller, in order to come up with the correct first global resonant frequency, which is 7.83 Hz. Although this calculation is off with just about five percent, it is off on the wrong side. All reasons given by scientism for this deviation only apply if the calculated ratio would have been greater then 7.83 Hz, instead of lower. (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…)