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Aries Donating Member (544 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Dec-29-03 08:53 AM
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98. Interesting...
From: http://www.deepblacklies.co.uk/doom_weapons_1.htm#_edn1...

"...the Senate report mentions Teslas development of a ray gun in the 1930s, which was actually a particle beam accelerator, and which was said to be able to shoot down an airplane at 200 miles. Following Teslas death in 1943, the US government seized his papers and research notes, placing them under national security lock and key. An undoubted genius during his life, Teslas papers curiously remain highly classified today - 53 years later..."

and:


"In one experiment in 1896, Tesla accidentally triggered an earthquake across a dozen New York city blocks. This, Tesla later said, was caused by a little piece of apparatus you could slip in your pocket. As local police stormed his lab, the wily inventor lifted a sledge-hammer and smashed the oscillator to pieces, bringing an end to the pandemonium...."

Of course, enough earthquakes happen in Iran anyway to make proving it was the (assumed to be possible for the sake of argument) weapon that caused this one would be problematic.


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