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Black Light at Wardenclyffe

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May. 14th, 2008 | 04:04 pm
location: West Hurley, New York
music: Baltimore Consort - Anon: Tres Morillas

The excerpted exchange at the link below discusses
the possibility that Tesla employed ultraviolet bulbs
and/or x-ray bulbs to generate a plume of ions atop
his Wardenclyffe Device, in order to enhance the
antenna :

Re: 7.1Hz, how the heck did Tesla succeed?
http://tinyurl.com/28sdor

Here are a few links to some patents for devices
running along the same lines :

Antenna of Ionized Air
United States Patent 2760055
http://tinyurl.com/63cj8o

Long Distance Communication System
United States Patent 2871344
http://tinyurl.com/633fcy

Conversion of Atmospheric Electric Energy
United States Patent 1540998
http://tinyurl.com/5gcabz

Method and Apparatus for Creating
an Artificial Electron Cyclotron
Heating Region of Plasma
United States Patent 4712155
http://tinyurl.com/5bus4q

The article at this next link describes a hand-held
device that employs a pair of ultraviolet lasers to
ionize a pair of conductive paths through the air
to a target, and then uses these aerial fibers to
inflict a modulated electrical discharge upon the
central nervous system of the target :

Real Life Catches Up with Star Trek
http://tinyurl.com/2powpq

Not only can one draw the lightning from the sky,
one can modulate these electrical discharges,
accumulate and store them to perform work,
or even project them upon a target.

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