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Looking for books relating to the magnetosphere, Tesla, Schumann resonance...etc

 
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I've gotten all my info off the internets mostly. webpages, pdf's, videos. I guess Tesla's notes are available for purchase. I think Brown and beard also wrote books. Reading all of Tesla's patents is very enlightening. And the magazine articles he mentions.
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Re: Looking for books relating to the magnetosphere, Tesla, Schumann resonance...etc
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what is your specific interest if I may ask?
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Google books search for tesla..
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what is your specific interest if I may ask?
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Gaining knowledge... Pretty much about everything. Non-fiction.

Although most of the info I have found interesting seems to come off youtube. I'm going to read through the patents, although I'm looking into more of something with recent scientific research and what has come of everything today. Something that might tie things I may overlook together, and give me more directions to branch off of.
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sorry for multiposting, but. Tesla made sure all of his important work was published in archives that would remain publicly available, he was much smarter than they could imagine, He helps those who seek his knowledge. He was an amazing genious. He looked long and far into the void. Well beyond his own lifetime.
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Re: Looking for books relating to the magnetosphere, Tesla, Schumann resonance...etc
I suggest going to wikipedia, or finding any articles that have footnotes with sources at the bottom and start sorting through these to see where Tesla was written about.

This is usually a decently interesting path to follow when you are curious about things.

Here is one article I have bookmarked about Tesla, and below the article is the footnotes which I have pasted below the link.


[link to www.newdawnmagazine.com]

Footnotes

1. Marc Seifer, Wizard: The Life & Times of Nikola Tesla, New York: Birch Lane, 1996, pp. 18-19.

2. One need not resort to Bell’s theorem of non-locality, or instantaneous transference of information, or the new worm hole theories, each which suggest extra dimensions, to follow the argument as far as I have taken it.

3.Nikola Tesla, Pioneer radio engineer gives views on power. In J. Ratzlaff (Ed.), Tesla Said. Millbrae, CA: Tesla Book Company, 1984, pp. 240-242.

4. E. Lerner, ‘Magnetic whirlwinds’, Science Digest, 6/1985, p. 26.

5. Roland Clark, Einstein: The Life & Times, NY: World Publishing, 1971, p. 78.

6. Walter Isaacson, Einstein: His Life & Universe, New York: Simon & Schuster, 2007, p. 318.

7. Edwin Gora, Physics Department, Providence College, private correspondence, 1991.

8. Ibid.

9. Einstein had really postulated two theories. The special theory of relativity postulated in 1905, dealing with uniform motions, and the general theory, which dealt with motions speeding up and slowing down. Mach’s principle is linked to the general theory.

10. Nikola Tesla, (1915), in Lectures, Patents, Articles, Belgrade: Nikola Tesla Museum, 1956, p. A-172.

11. Or one hierarchical dimension of it. Further, each point in space (in a galaxy) codes for every other point, as each contain the intersecting light from every star in the system. This idea is associated with holographic principles and the “enfolded order” where the whole is distributed throughout each part, as expounded by such theoreticians as David Bohm.

12. Nikola Tesla, 7/6/1930; J. Ratzlaff, (Ed.), Solutions to Tesla’s Secrets, Milbrae, CA: Tesla Book Company, 1981, p. 91.

13. Einstein, however, did not negate the conscious component from his philosophy. “I want to know how God created the world,” Einstein said. “I want to know his thoughts; the rest are details” [from E. Mallove, ‘Einstein’s Intoxication with God and the Cosmos’, Washington Post, 12/22/1985].

14. Nikola Tesla, ‘Radio power will revolutionize the world’, Modern Mechanix & Invention, 7/1934, pp. 40-42; 117-119.

15. Nikola Tesla, ‘Tesla, 79, promises to transmit force’, New York Times, 7/11/1935, 23:8; in Nikola Tesla, 1981, pp. 128-130.

16. “A principle of physics that Einstein held even more dear than determinism was the principle of local causality – that distant events cannot instantaneously influence local objects without mediation. What the EPR [Einstein, Podolsky, Rosen] argument did… was to show that quantum theory violated causality. This finding startled most physicists, because they held the principle of local causality sacred. This mean that either quantum physics was incomplete or non-local events [i.e., instantaneous information transmission] occurred.” The Cosmic Code, by Heinz Pagels, Bantam Books, NY, 1982, p. 139.

Einstein’s Theory of Relativity is also incomplete, as physicists have not, as yet, obtained a Grand Unification Theory based upon it. See, for instance ‘Einstein’s Dream’, by Gary Taubes, Discover, 12/1983, p. 48, whereby an 11 dimensional graviton (gravity particle) has been postulated as the ultimate particle to explain supergravity, quarks, electrons, etc.

17. It would take approximately 55 million volts to vaporise carbon, but only 4.37 million volts to change carbon into helium, the latter case within the parameters Tesla was capable of achieving [calculations performed by E. Gora]. A pound of carbon, on the other hand, if converted into nuclear energy, could provide enough electricity to run the country for an entire month [from Coleman, 1958, p. 54].

18. Mikhail Shapkin, “Unknown Manuscript of Nicola Tesla.” Farshores.org/wmtesla.htm.

19. Marc Seifer, Transcending the Speed of Light, p. 96; Isaacson, p. 125.
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Re: Looking for books relating to the magnetosphere, Tesla, Schumann resonance...etc
Also Tesla's autobiography, it should be online. It explains the founding principle of all his work.
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Also Tesla's autobiography, it should be online. It explains the founding principle of all his work.
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Was looking at that... When you search for Tesla the obvious comes up such as Bio and Patents... I'm looking for something that describes him, his work, ties into Schumann Resonance and the implications the research has found to bring upon us if we over look people with such great minds and influence.

If I have to do it the hard way first, then I have too. I'd like a summary in a whole book if anyone knows of one. For example, you may read a book about the Illuminati, but it will go into details of the Skull and Bones, Freemasonry, Bohemian Grove, Rockefella family, the history and current events associated with the groups and how they continue to work behind closed doors and what not... If you catch my drift.

Thank you all for input on the posts above, greatly appreciated and taken it.

Last Edited by CYBERDELIK on 12/25/2012 04:53 AM
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Re: Looking for books relating to the magnetosphere, Tesla, Schumann resonance...etc
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what is your specific interest if I may ask?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2136348


Gaining knowledge... Pretty much about everything. Non-fiction.

Although most of the info I have found interesting seems to come off youtube. I'm going to read through the patents, although I'm looking into more of something with recent scientific research and what has come of everything today. Something that might tie things I may overlook together, and give me more directions to branch off of.
 Quoting: 7.83Hz


i find a lot of the best research online too, many people(proffessors and scientists with degrees not just random people thoughts) have papers on work available for reading if you know where to look and whom to look for.
I can suggest some stuff maybe, but books?not really,im taking it your into magnetics and the effects on humans?
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12/25/2012 05:33 AM
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hey i just checked out ebay,have a look, theres a few Books on Nikolai,
[link to www.ebay.com.au]
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hey i just checked out ebay,have a look, theres a few Books on Nikolai,
[link to www.ebay.com.au]
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Interested in alot of subjects. This is just something I should be looking into more as I havn't gone into Tesla and his work very much, as much as I would like to have. Need something to read so seeing if anyone has anything to recommend instead of beating around the bush. Funnily enough in high school I was never interested in anything. I skipped out in year 11... 3 years later here I am trying to grasp reality and filling my head with as much as I can possibly take in.

I just read 'The body electric' and think it has taken me here. I've recently heard of something called The Labyrinth Group and some tech they may be researching although not sure how credible they are nor do I know much about them, although may look into it shortly.

Thanks mate.
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hey i just checked out ebay,have a look, theres a few Books on Nikolai,
[link to www.ebay.com.au]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6299411


Interested in alot of subjects. This is just something I should be looking into more as I havn't gone into Tesla and his work very much, as much as I would like to have. Need something to read so seeing if anyone has anything to recommend instead of beating around the bush. Funnily enough in high school I was never interested in anything. I skipped out in year 11... 3 years later here I am trying to grasp reality and filling my head with as much as I can possibly take in.

I just read 'The body electric' and think it has taken me here. I've recently heard of something called The Labyrinth Group and some tech they may be researching although not sure how credible they are nor do I know much about them, although may look into it shortly.

Thanks mate.
 Quoting: 7.83Hz


well does this guy sound like someone youd get into;

if yes check out his 'no more secrets'vid too, his research papers are available online too, i have links somewhere but my pc resembles his office, id have to find them.
Kudos to you for filling your head.I think theres reasons we can learn at some times in our lives above others.School means nothing, and learning by yourself in your own time means youll love what you do learn by choice, not because you were told you must learn it.

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