Tesla : The Lost Inventions
|Rating||:||4.66 (792 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||36 Pages|
Alan Helmick said Not what I expected. Having studied Tesla a great deal and always being excited about finding new information I was highly disappointed by what I received.It was not a book but 15 sheets of paper printed, folded and stapled in the middle to comprise a Not what I expected Having studied Tesla a great deal and always being excited about finding new information I was highly disappointed by what I received.It was not a book but 15 sheets of paper printed, folded and stapled in the middle to comprise a 30+ page pamphlet that lacked in detail, substance and anything that cann. 0+ page pamphlet that lacked in detail, substance and anything that cann. Waste of money Jeremy Knauff Don't waste your time or money on this "book" - it's nothing more than a photocopied pamphlet stapled together, and the information is poorly organized and written.. Very pricey pamphlet to be totally plagarized. The Viking This is a blatant plagarism of "Secrets of Antigravity Propulsion: Tesla, UFOs, and Classified Aerospace Technology" by Paul A. LaViolette Ph.D.
Accept no potboiler imitations, however fantastic. Continuously printed since 1988, this is the best-seller of the famous Tesla Technology Series from High Voltage Press. The only systematic intro to Tesla technology. Here are Tesla's suppressed inventions economically published all in one place in clear English and 42 illustrations. Lucid, literate, astringent, this is the original that broke the ice. Quality booklet, offset printed, saddle-wired, 60# stock, 2-color cover.. Disk turbine, Tesla coil, high-frequency lighting, magnifying transmitter, radio, wireless power, free-energy receiver
He is also author of Tesla Coil; Son of Tesla Coil, Radio Tesla, and is editor of Tesla's The True Wireless (the Tesla Technology Series from High Voltage Press.) The Tesla Mystique is Trinkaus' popular on-line critique of the sentimentalized popular culture of Tesla. . . Once an editor of a series of conventional electronics textbooks for the schools, Trinkaus admits that he never understood how electricity really works unt
The information in this little gem is hard to come by patents, also interesting tidbits about Tesla himself. --Technica, the newsletter of Powell's Technical Bookstore, summer, 2000