The Nikola Tesla Death Ray!
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What is the Tesla Death Ray and where is it today? It’s 2016!
I don’t care that they stole my idea . . I care that they don’t have any of their own – Nikola Tesla
During the 1920s to 1930s there have been claims of Nikola Tesla inventing what may be known as a Death Ray, or Death Beam also known by many of his followers today or possibly even named by Nikola Tesla himself as the “Teleforce” which is a particle beam or electromagnetic weapon.
Nikola Tesla came up with the idea of the Death Ray after studying the Van de Graaff generator which is a electrostatic generator that uses a moving belt to accumulate very high amounts of electrical potential on a hollow metal globe on the top of the stand. It was invented by American physicist Robert J. Van de Graaff in 1929.
The concept of the Tele-force is supposedly a charged particle beam projector which would have ended all wars if it really did what Tesla claim it would do.
Too bad it was rumored that during Tesla’s death in his hotel room, the Government raided his room and confiscated all his paperwork containing the blueprint instructions of this technology. Imagine that! “A “super-weapon” that would have put an end to all war that the public today may have not even heard of…
Nikola Tesla Death Ray – The Facts
- The Death Ray/Teleforce was mentioned publicly in the New York Sun and The New York Times on July 11, 1934 and was refer to as a “peace ray”
- This invention during the time when it was first mentioned created alot of fear in society at the time because times were very different than it is today. This caused a downfall on Tesla’s career and people at the time thought he was a mad scientist when all he really wanted to do was invent something that would end all wars claiming that if every country had one of his death rays, none would dare go to war with each-other.
- In 1940, Tesla estimated that each station would cost no more than $2,000,000 and could have been constructed in a few months. (citation needed.)
Components For Making A Nikola Tesla Death Ray
The components and methods of making a Death Ray Teleforce includes the following:
- An apparatus for producing manifestations of energy in free air instead of in a high vacuum as in the past.
- A mechanism for generating tremendous electrical force.
- A means of intensifying and amplifying the force developed by the second mechanism.
- A new method for producing a tremendous electrical repelling force. This would be the projector, or gun, of the invention.
- It has been said that the charged particles would self-focus via “gas focusing”.
Nikola Tesla Death Ray – Conclusion
So is Nikola Tesla Death Ray, Death Beam, Peace Ray, or Teleforce fact or fiction? We’ll leave it up for discussion, so leave a comment below and SHARE. Until then we’ll have to keep digging to find out what else Nikola Tesla was really up to. More to come soon on Tesla’s Teleforce stay tuned and look for more updates!
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Updates on Nikola Tesla’s Death Ray
Nikola Tesla’s Teleforce & Telegeodynamics Proposals (Tesla Presents Series, Pt. 4)
These two important papers, hidden for more than 60 years, are presented for the first time in NIKOLA TESLA’S TELEFORCE AND TELEGEODYNAMICS PROPOSALS by Leland I. Anderson.
It is the fourth and final installment of the Tesla Presents Series, Nikola Tesla describes his accomplishments in the areas of particle-beam production and geophysical exploration. The principles behind teleforce the particle-beam weapon, and telegeodynamics the mechanical earth-resonance concept for seismic exploration, are fully addressed. You MUST Check this one out!
The following link shows the table of contents for these rare unreleased documents take a look at the introduction presented.
^The book contains the original texts of two unique proposals that Nikola Tesla offered up during his later years. In both cases, the technologies described trace their roots back to an earlier and tremendously productive decade in Tesla’s life beginning in the early 1890s. At the time of the proposals’ unveiling, “teleforce,” the particle beam concept, and “telegeodynamics,” the mechanical earth-resonance concept, received significant press coverage.