Nikola Tesla Secret
Well, the answers are no and not much. However, that misses the point, unless you understand the secret master plan alluded to above. Almost any new technology initially has high unit cost before it can be optimized and this is no less true for electric cars. The strategy of Tesla is to enter at the high end of the market, where customers are prepared to pay a premium, and then drive down market as fast as possible to higher unit volume and lower prices with each successive model.
Nikola Tesla Secret
There is created a weapon that causes the earthquake vibrations. There are discovered black cosmic rays. Five races will pray to him in the Temple of the future because they had taught a great secret that Empedocles elements can be watered with the life forces from the ethers.
Tesla: Why would you need to understand, Mr. Smith? Suffice it to believe it. Everything is light. In one its ray is the fate of nations, each nation has its own ray in what great light source we see as the sun. And remember: no one who was there did not die. They transformed into the light, and as such exist still. The secret lies in the fact that the light particles restore their original state.
Go check your encyclopaedia to find the answers to the following questions: 1) Who invented the radio? 2) Who discovered X-rays? 3) Who invented the vacuum tube amplifier? In fact, while you're at it, check to see who discovered the fluorescent bulb, neon lights, speedometer, the automobile ignition system, and the basics behind radar, electron microscope, and the microwave oven. Despite what most history books say, all of these inventions were conceived and developed by a man named Nikola Tesla, possibly the greatest mind mankind has ever seen. Unfortunately, few people today have ever heard of Tesla and his fantastic inventions. After all, Tesla was considered an eccentric who talked of death rays that could destroy 10,000 aeroplanes at a distance of 250 miles, claimed to be able to split the Earth in two, believed that both voice and image could be transmitted through the air (in the late 1800's), and developed a science that could lead to free energy, antigravity and possibly weather modification. Now for the first time, Nikola Tesla's secret writings have been finally brought together in one fantastic book. Much of these notes have been withheld by the governments of the United States and Russia, for fear that their secret Black Project weapons and exotic science experiments would be discovered. But some notes have managed to slip out along with recent writings on projects based on Tesla science. Death rays - antigravity aircraft - free energy - time travel and teleporatation are just a few of the amazing secrets revealed at last.
On September 9, 1889, a secret meeting was held in the private apartment at the top of the Eiffel Tower, during the 1889 Universal Exposition of Paris. Gathered at this meeting were four of the greatest minds of the time: Gustave Eiffel, Thomas Edison, Jules Verne, and Nikola Tesla. Eiffel, the host of the meeting, posed three questions to the men: What is the best possible future for all mankind? How do we make it? How do we make people want it?
As you see these numbers 3, 6 and 9 are very special, and with their systematic and synchronized use we can easily open the secret door of the Universe, and have our wished things, But you should have faith in it.
The Lab is, in fact, a hidden cavern connected through a natural arch inside of speakeasy Patent Pending, which is itself accessible only through a hidden door in Patent Coffee, a cafe (by day) on West 27th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues. Think of it as a concealed bar within a secret bar within a public coffee shop.
In this game you go back in time to the mysterious lab of the outstanding scientist Nikola Tesla.Many of his mysteries still remain open and you will be taken in a dangerous journey to reveal them.The place will take in New York 1932, in the laboratory of a scientist. You will find a variety of mysterious tools and mechanisms created by the brilliant physicist. Your time is limited to 60 minutes in order to open all the secrets of Nikola Tesla and save humanity from disaster.
He spent the last ten years of his life at the Hotel New Yorker. When it opened in 1930 it was the tallest building in New York City, a monument to the ambition and decadence of the jazz age. At 43 stories high, it had its own power generator. The kitchen was an entire acre. There were five restaurants, ten private dining rooms, two ballrooms and an indoor ice skating rink. Conveyor belts whisked dirty dishes through secret passageways down to fully automated dishwashers. Four stories below ground bed sheets and tablecloths were miraculously laundered, dried, ironed and folded without ever touching a human hand. Everything about the hotel was efficient, futuristic. It was perfect for Tesla except that by the time he arrived at the New Yorker in 1933, he was destitute. 041b061a72