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Some Science

Nikola Tesla was a genius and a nature mystic.  Many considered Tesla a magician, or at best an alchemist capable of transforming matter.  He worked for Edison, who stole most of his ideas and patented them under his own name. Tesla was able to design a particle beam accelerator in his research of radar and x-rays in the 1920s that he tried to market to the gov’t as a Peace Ray capable of defending against air and ground attacks.  The gov’t accepted and “buried” the plans.  The media loved Tesla’s “lunatic rantings,” and renamed his device the Death Ray – which by his admission could “split the Earth in half like an apple.”  Tesla suddenly became paranoid of the gov’t, buried all his own plans, and started writing in code.  He eventually became a paranoid recluse, and died a suspiciously timed death.  He died of apparent heart failure in his apartment, which was ransacked.  All of his research…

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