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Secret Weapons Of Nikola Tesla

The man of the 20th century. Many might still not know who he was, but his name surely rings a bell, and they are certainly familiar with his incredible inventions.

Nikola Tesla is the man who had lit the previous century and bridged the gap leading into the next. With over 900 patents approved across his lifetime, we owe him everything from led lights, Alternating Current, Tesla Turbine, Tesla Coil, Radio And Remote Control, The Magnifying Transmitter, Neon Lamp, X-rays, Adams Power Plant Transformer House, Induction Motor, Electric Cars, Robotics, Laser, Wireless Communications and Limitless Free Energy, Artificial Tidal Wave to Electric-Powered Supersonic Airship or Death Beam and many, many others patents.

And these are all inventions on the surface, inventions that humans at that stage of evolution could grasp and understand.

However, few people know that Nikola Tesla had tapped into a source of unlimited energy, and was on the verge of handing the people of this planet a gift of free energy, until the powers that be had stopped him in his tracks.

The most important thing Tesla required in order to accomplish his plan was funding.

He was an inventor, not a businessman, so during his lifetime, he came across various hurdles that would hinder his progress towards the future he envisioned for humanity.

Even so, Tesla pursued his dreams until his final hour.
“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.” ― Nikola Tesla

Not only he wished to give free, wireless energy to the world, he also wanted to establish long-lasting peace on earth.

For this goal alone, he designed the perfect plan: he would engineer a weapon so powerful that its energy bursts would “bring down a fleet of 10,000 enemy airplanes at a distance of 200 miles from a defending nation’s border and will cause armies to drop dead in their tracks.”

By constructing this tremendously powerful apparatus and distributing it to all leading nations, he would ensure that war would not make sense anymore since everyone would have an impenetrable offensive and defensive force.

Tesla thought that by selling his invention to the world’s superpowers, he would receive the funding required to carry on with his ultimate experiment of generating unlimited energy.

He initially reached out to J.P. Morgan Jr. by sending him a letter on November 29, 1934, at a time when war clouds were once again forming above Europe.

I have made recent discoveries of inestimable value…The flying machine has completely demoralized the world, so much that in some cities, as London and Paris, people are in mortal fear from aerial bombing. The new means I have perfected afford absolute protection against this and other forms of attack.”

Nonetheless, Morgan was unconvinced of Tesla’s idea.

He then tried to persuade Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain of Great Britain. His proposal was diligently considered, but upon Chamberlain’s resignation, after Hitler had outmaneuvered him at Munich, the interest shown towards this anti-war weapon had plunged.

After several failed attempts to raise awareness of his superweapon and its capabilities, Tesla published a treatise in 1937 called “The Art of Projecting Concentrated Non-dispersive Energy through the Natural Media.”

The thesis offered viable technicalities about this all-powerful invention that, as Tesla claimed, “would put an end to all war.” The original document is preserved to this day inside the Nikola Tesla Museum in Belgrade.

After this move, Tesla had caught the attention of the Russians who expressed a great deal of interest towards his invention.

So, during the same year, Nikola Tesla had presented a more elaborate version of his plan to the Amtorg Trading Corporation, an alleged Soviet arms front in New York City.

In 1939, the year the second WW had begun, the first stage of this superweapon’s prototype was successfully tested in the USSR. To honor the agreement, Tesla received a check for $25,000 that would further allow him to fund his research.

Of course, Tesla had passed from this existence 4 years later, without seeing some of his most intriguing inventions being used on a large scale.

Let the future tell the truth, and evaluate each one according to his work and accomplishments. The present is theirs; the future, for which I have really worked, is mine. – Nikola Tesla

Although he had provided invaluable information about scalar wave technology, he kept most of his schematics inside his head, so when he passed away, he took his secrets to the afterlife.

However, the Russians who had previously bought some of his blueprints, as well as the U.S. who had extracted through the FBI whatever work Tesla kept in his Colorado Springs laboratory, have cracked most of his riddles as time progressed and have managed to weaponize the Tesla scalar wave effects.

After the atrocities of two world wars, and with an ever-expanding technological advancement, world leaders have started considering ways in which they could limit or put an end to global conflicts.

In 1975 during the SALT talks, Leonid Brezhnev, General Secretary of the Soviet Union at that time, had stressed that the development of new war weapons should be drastically limited because they have already become “more frightening than the mind of man had imagined.”

Needless to say, most of the weapons in cause pertained to Tesla. His superweapon, dubbed Teleforce, was fully operational under the Soviet Union as early as the 70s.

Now called the Saryshagan howitzer, the humongous tesla scalar interferometer was exactly as Tesla had described it.

It encompasses four modes of operation.

  1. The first one is the Tesla shield. It runs continuously and generates a thin, impenetrable hemispherical wall of energy over a selected area. It has defensive purposes and works as follows: By interfering two Fourier-expansions and 3-dimensional scalar hemispherical patterns in space, they join into a dome-like shield of electromagnetic energy. Air molecules and atoms trapped inside are fully ionized, displaying an intense and vivid light. Any physical object that attempts to pass through this shield will receive a considerable discharge of electrical energy and will be vaporized in an instant. By stacking these energetic shells, they will deter any gamma radiation or EMPS coming its way.
  2. The second mode is more offensive. Utilizing two truncated Fourier transformers, the device shoots a 3-dimensional scalar phi-field pulse. A second pulse is then released, traveling at a faster velocity and overtaking the first one, merging into a deadly EMP of electromagnetic energy.
  3. The third mode is the same pulse variation ran continuously. Thus, two continuous scalar waves are sent forward, merging into vector energy at their target destination. According to some researchers, this is the exact way in which Tesla planned to transmit wireless energy, and also the weapon that would annihilate hundreds of aircraft and entire armies.
  4. The final mode, dubbed “time squeeze,” will let the user play with things like antigravity, dematerialization and materialization, transmutation, and it provides a lot of medical benefits. Other effects may include subliminal and superluminal communication, seeing through the earth and the ocean, as well as reaching higher orders of reality. This is apparently possible because the human being has between his ears a Tesla scalar interferometer. This tiny, biological device accounts for most parapsychological phenomena. It can also be triggered naturally through practice and meditation.

The technology behind Tesla’s weapons is nothing new to modern man. They fall in the category of directed-energy weapons or DEWs, which are long-range weapon systems that inflict damage at a selected target by emitting powerful focused bursts of energy. These emissions are either laser, microwaves or particle beams.

With such weapons at the disposal of world superpowers, it’s easy to understand why another WW hasn’t broken out by now.

With his daring plan to arm all nations with this superweapon, it appears that Nikola Tesla has reached one of his end-goals of establishing long-lasting peace between nations.

Now, we can only wait and see when the world governments will release Tesla’s ultimate secret of free energy.

References:
  1. https://teslaresearch.jimdo.com/death-ray
  2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_ray
  3. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teleforce
  4. https://www.pbs.org/tesla
  5. https://www.commdiginews.com

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10 robotic dogs pull truck along in new video

Image Credit: YouTube / Boston Dynamics

The robots seemed to have no problem hauling the truck.

A small army of Boston Dynamics’ dog-like robots have been filmed hauling a truck through a parking lot.

Known as SpotMini, this four-legged contraption has become something of a celebrity in recent years thanks to videos showing it performing a wide range of tasks and balancing acts.

This latest footage shows more of the robots than ever before – ten of them to be exact – all working together to haul a large truck through the parking lot outside Boston Dynamics’ headquarters.

Each robot is 0.84 meters tall and can carry a payload of around 14kg.

What’s interesting is that these robots will actually be available for companies to purchase in the near future, meaning that they are no longer just a work-in-progress.

“It only takes 10 Spotpower (SP) to haul a truck across the Boston Dynamics parking lot,” the firm wrote in the caption for the video on YouTube.

“These Spot robots are coming off the production line now and will be available for a range of applications soon.”

Source: Evening Standard

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New CRISPR Tech Could Cure Herpes

Hunter-Seeker

Gene hacking techniques that were recently used in human cells for the first time could someday let doctors shred up and destroy viruses like herpes or hepatitis B inside human cells, scientists say.

The new technique is called CRISPR-Cas3 — usually, when you hear about CRISPR tech, it’s the Cas9 variety — and Cornell researchers believe it could be used to cure viral diseases, according to a university-published press release.

DNA Shredder

The scientists used Cas3 to identify and shred long stretches of human DNA, according to research published in the journal Molecular Cell last week. The new gene-hacking tool makes more and broader cuts in genetic material than CRISPR-Cas9, meaning it could let scientists quickly learn what specific, long stretches of genetic information do and how they interact with certain diseases.

It also means that the gene-hacking tool could attack and shred viral DNA.

“My lab spent the past ten years figuring out how CRISPR-Cas3 works. I am thrilled that my colleagues and I finally demonstrated its genome editing activity in human cells,” said Cornell molecular biologist Ailong Ke. “Our tools can be made to target these viruses very specifically and then erase them very efficiently. In theory, it could provide a cure for these viral diseases.”

READ MORE: CRISPR-Cas3 innovation holds promise for disease cures, advancing science [Cornell Chronicle]

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Scientists Put Human Brain Genes in Monkeys and Made Them Smarter

It’s time for the latest edition of “What Could Possibly Go Wrong?”, the game show that pits seemingly unethical science against potentially catastrophic predictions. In today’s competition, scientists in China (one point already for the catastrophic team) announce they used gene-editing to place human brain genes in rhesus macaque monkeys and it made their brains smarter. Cue the music from every “Planet of the Apes” movie and let the game begin!

“The presented data represents the first attempt to experimentally interrogate the genetic basis of human brain origin using a transgenic monkey model, and it values the use of nonhuman primates in understanding human unique traits.”

If the opening paragraph of the new study, “Transgenic rhesus monkeys carrying the human MCPH1 gene copies show human-like neoteny of brain development,” published recently in the journal National Science Review, is any indication, scientists are learning from lawyers how to protect their clients/experiments by hiding them in clouds of big, confusing words and phrases. Experimentally interrogate?

This is interesting.

China Daily reports that researchers from the Beijing-based National Science Review, the Kunming Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences and the University of North Carolina (that’s in the U.S. – looks like it’s playing for the Seemingly Unethicals) edited human MCPH1 genes – a gene that is critical in fetal brain development because it controls brain size and rate of growth – and created 11 transgenic (a cloud word meaning “artificially carrying DNA from an unrelated organism”) monkeys. Eight of those monkeys were first-generation and three were second-generation, obliterating the ‘artificial’ part of ‘transgenic’ by getting their human genes from their monkey parents.

“According to the research article, brain imaging and tissue section analysis showed an altered pattern of neuron differentiation and a delayed maturation of the neural system, which is similar to the developmental delay (neoteny) in humans.”

In other words, the monkeys showed the human trait of slow brain development (neoteny) rather than the rapid growth of normal monkey brains. What was the benefit of this slow growth?

“The study also found that the transgenic monkeys exhibited better short-term memory and shorter reaction time compared to wild rhesus monkeys in the control group.”

To put it bluntly — even the monkeys could understand the results because the human genes made them smarter!

Ding-ding-ding! That bell means it’s time to play the lightning “What could possibly go wrong?” round.

Time-out called by the Potentially Catastrophics. In a shocking and somewhat honorable display of conscience, Martin Styner, a University of North Carolina computer scientist and coauthor of the Chinese report, told the MIT Technology Review that his role was merely to train Chinese student on how to extract brain volume data from MRI images and, after learning the true purpose, considered removing his name from the paper, which he claims could not find a publisher in the West. Styner then throws his “What could possibly go wrong?” pitch:

“I don’t think that is a good direction. Now we have created this animal which is different than it is supposed to be. When we do experiments, we have to have a good understanding of what we are trying to learn, to help society, and that is not the case here.”

Is this going to be a sequel to Planet of the Apes or Flowers for Algernon?

Unfortunately, that pitch didn’t strike out Bing Su, the geneticist at the Kunming Institute of Zoology who led the research. He told the MIT Technology Review he is planning to create more smart monkeys and is planning to test another gene — SRGAP2C – which has been called the “humanity switch” and the “missing genetic link” because it appeared about two million years ago when Australopithecus (the Southern Ape) was being replaced by the smarter Homo habilis.

Putting the “humanity switch” in a monkey? What could possibly go wrong? This game isn’t over … it’s barely starting. Is this progress … or an unethical march down the field to unforeseen consequences?

If we’ve learned anything from “Planet of the Apes,” it’s that if this game goes into overtime, it won’t be a sudden death.

Source: Mysterious Universe

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