Saturday, May 23, 2020

Nikola Tesla and the Common Good in Year 2020

Nikola Tesla 
Imagine never having to pay your monthly electrical bill. How would you feel if you were able to simply turn a knob in your home and receive free electrical power through the airwaves, similar to the manner in which you turn on your radio and listen to a radio broadcast for free?

The technology for free electricity existed over 100 years ago. 

But some financial titans in America, including J. Pierpont Morgan, William A. Clark, George Westinghouse, as well as the United States government had too much to lose if electricity were free. They all refused to fund the inventor, a brilliant scientist named Nikola Tesla. Money and power trump the common good every time. 

On January 7, 1943,  a cold, snowy New York Thursday, 85-year-old Nikola Tesla died of heart failure. He died alone and destitute, penniless, and with significant debts in Room 3327 of the New Yorker Hotel (now the remodeled Wyndham New Yorker).

Later that afternoon, federal agents entered Tesla's hotel office and took Tesla's scientific papers.

Nikola Tesla's experiments in the scientific laboratory disproved the U.S. scientific establishment's official adoption of Albert Einstein's Theory of Relativity.

Tesla proved free electricity for the world was possible. There was too much to lose if Tesla's papers became public.

Tesla vs. Einstein. These two men represented the scientific battle of minds during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. 

You've most likely heard of Albert Einstein. But most American's have never even heard the name Nikola Tesla. His name is constantly being scrubbed from the Internet. He's often denigrated by the scientific establishment.  Nikola Tesla had the scientific facts on his side, proven in the laboratory. Albert Einstein only had a theory that could not be proven.

Tesla proved in the laboratory that free electricity through airwaves is possible, and he began building a system to electrify the world. Government, corporate titans, and the scientific establishment stopped him.

The common good is typically never the motive of people in power. 
Follow the money; observe those in positions of power with profit incentives through patents, contracts, and other financial incentives. Einstein's theory made free electricity to the world scientifically impossible. Tesla proved free electricity was possible in his scientific laboratory.

The establishment chose to follow Albert Einstein's theory and silenced Nikola Tesla's documented scientific conclusions. The establishment promoted the metaphysical mathemetician over the brilliant laboratory scientist.

Ouch. Why?
Free electricity was not loved by those who were about to be paid for the privilege of the common people to use electricity.
Tesla's Wycliffe Power Station, shut down by JP Morgan.
During the 20th-century, the US government only federally funded scientific laboratories that accepted "the establishment position" of Albert Einstein's Theory of Relativity.

Einstein's theory, never proven scientifically, makes Tesla's proposal of free electricity impossible in theory. 

According to the Theory of Special Relativity, gravity is the singular most powerful force in the universe and nothing travels faster than the speed of light. To explain how gravity can be so powerful as to keep planets in consistent orbits, black holes have been invented to make the theory's mathematical formula work.

Enter Nikola Tesla, the scientist you've never heard of. Tesla called Einstein's Theory of Relativity utter nonsense. He said:
"The theory wraps all these errors and fallacies and clothes them in magnificent mathematical garb which fascinates, dazzles and makes people blind to the underlying errors. The theory is like a beggar clothed in purple whom ignorant people take for a king. Its exponents are very brilliant men, but they are metaphysicists rather than scientists. Not a single one of the relativity propositions has been proved."
Tesla proved the electromagnetic force of the universe to be 10 to 39th power stronger than gravity. That means that the electromagnetic power of the universe is 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000.000.000,000,000,000 more powerful than gravity. 

We live in an electric universe, said Tesla. And if we tap into earth's natural electricity from the sun, everyone gets free electricity. Tesla also proved that cosmic rays move far faster than the speed of light.

In 1896, Tesla measured a cosmic ray from Antares traveling 50 times faster than the speed of light. That experiment alone disproved Einstein's Theory of Relativity. Electronic cosmic rays bursting from the sun have been proven in modern experiments to arrive in earth's atmosphere faster than the speed of light, confirming Tesla's own experiments of 1896.

Black holes don't exist, said Tesla. You don't need to postulate invisible holes of gravity to create a mathematical formula that explains the universe but doesn't cut the mustard scientifically.

Tesla's scientific abilities allowed him to tap into the natural energy of the earth's electromagnetism through scientific observation, experimentation, replication, and documentation in his scientific laboratory. No speculative mathematical theory that postulated gravity as the strongest force in the universe would captivate Tesla.

He knew the science better. Science is about observation, experimentation, documentation, and replication. He'd proven his thesis of free electricity in the lab. 

Tesla knew that he could provide free electricity to the world, using the powerful energy from cosmic rays (e.g. "the sun") in the earth's atmosphere. Electricity moves through the air like radio waves. All that is needed is a transmitter and a receiver to align frequencies and then free electricity would become the worlds wirelessly.

So who was right? Einstein or Tesla? 

Albert Einstein was once asked, "How does it feel to be the smartest man the world?",  Albert Einstein responded:
"I don't' know. Why don't you ask Nikola Tesla."
Tesla's light bulb is lit via wireless electricity Tesla held it.
The responses to Einstein's alleged quote are typically three: 1. It never happened, or 2. Einstein was being sarcastic, or 3. Einstein was being sincere.

Regardless of what you believe about Einstein's quote, common people would not be paying for electricity today if the last 100 years were spent implementing Tesla's proven scientific inventions. But those in power and in control of the political, economic, and scientific establishment will typically never promote "the common good" over individual profit. 

That's human nature.

For it to be the common good, commoners must have as much information as possible, willingly choose for themselves to take a course of action that they deem best through thinking for themselves. "Common" means just that - common. The elite don't have common good as a motive. And for something to be for the common good, the common people must be persuaded that it is good.

Lessons for 2020

1. Every time we turn on our lights, we must remember that "the common good" is only discovered by the common people, never by those with power or money at stake. The profit motive is a great incentive to demand an official narrative and to ensure that any narrative that does not conform is silenced. Demands for conformity, uniformity, and synonymity of the common people are the symptoms of tyrrany, not liberty.

2. It is an old trial lawyer saying that "When the facts are on your side, pound the facts. When the law is on your side, pound the law. When neither is on your side, pound the table." The moment you see the establishment pound a person's character, motive, or mental state, it is a tell-tale sign that the facts and the law aren't on the pounders' side.

3. Distrust of those in power is healthy. Blind trust of the establishment will always lead to oppression. The common man must hold those in power accountable, for history has shown that for those in power, profit motive always trumps the common good.

4. Before you acquiesce to a government demand "for the common good," ask yourself the questions who's at the top, and who's telling you it's for your good, and who stands to profit if you obey? Nature itself might give you a better alternative than those in power.

5. Remember Tesla.


Jim Burkett said...

Thank you for sharing this post. You consistently bring informative as well as pertinent insights to your topic.

Anonymous said...

I'll second the comment above!

"Albert Einstein was once asked, "How does it feel to be the smartest man the world?", Albert Einstein responded:
"I don't' know. Why don't you ask Nikola Tesla."

Tesla's light bulb is lit via wireless electricity Tesla held it.
The responses to Einstein's alleged quote are typically three: 1. It never happened, or 2. Einstein was being sarcastic, or

3. Einstein was being sincere BINGO!! Because quite possibly he was a plagiarist and fraud, unlike Tesla.

More than a few have written books and articles about the specifics. The Elite in power too often get to write history however it benefits them, and those that don't critically think apart from the official narrative sadly buy into it hook, line, and sinker.


Rex Ray said...


A big question is, when did you learn these facts?

RB Kuter said...

WOW! Great information. Thanks a lot, Wade.

The details regarding Tesla and Einstein are new to me but the premises of your post are not, of course. We commoners are so often duped by those profit motivated power players thriving on control and domination.

The oil industry is another one of those ridiculous systems of exploitation and intense methods of extortion and bullying of the common people. The absurdity of the world continuing to rely upon fossil-fuel burning engines over the past 200 years when technology and innovation could have long ago given us clean, efficient alternatives is almost as troubling as the squelching of Tesla's creative proposals.

I do feel helpless to change how the established tyrants rule, but being aware of their tyrannical schemes does offer some measure of resistance. It also reduces the level of naivete and blind submission we as a people have that accommodate continual attempts by power players to bamboozle us with their intensive application of media propaganda along with their control of those institutions that manufacture the hype and conspiracies.

It is difficult for most of us commoners to know the reality of what we're being fed and what to take seriously. I believe it is essential that we seek God's wisdom and to be informed using facts based upon credible data and logic. Just feeding upon the swill being fed to us is not the answer to protecting our individual rights and freedoms.

Karen DeLoach said...

I actually do know some of this information about Tesla, but I didn't learn it in school or by reading a book. These facts were presented in a Canadian fictional TV show called Murdoch's Mysteries...including Tesla's power station and how his work was blocked by men in power. It was interesting... Thanks for sharing this.

Gerry Milligan said...

I will follow up Rex Ray's question with, "From where did you get these 'facts'"?
And to your second point, "The moment you see the establishment pound a person's character, motive, or mental state, it is a tell-tale sign that the facts and the law aren't on the pounders' side" smacks mightly of the draft-dodger's behavior.

Rex Ray said...

Gerry Milligan,

You asked Wade where he got the facts, but HEY; wait your turn because I asked my question first. :)

This is off topic, but our favorite cousin, Claude Earl Hicks, died yesterday. He was 93. Being in the Navy, they were to invade Japan, but two weeks earlier, the bomb was dropped that ended the war. He’ll be buried in the Veterans Cemetery in Grand Prairie, Texas where I retired from LTV.

This link states ‘burial rules’ have changed due to the COVID-19, so we don’t know if the number of people attending is limited or not.

Wade Burleson said...


Tesla is one of my heroes. These facts come from months of research, reading Tesla biographies, and many JSTOR articles.

Rex Ray said...


Thanks, I conclude from your reply that you found your facts within the last year.

BTW, our internet goes down during lightning storms. The forecast is lightening the next nine days, so I’ll be in morning missing your post. :)

Wade Burleson said...

No, only anonymous.

Have a great Memorial Day.

Rex Ray said...


We’ve agreed on a lot of things, but now you’re going away. Could it be you don’t want to admit you’re wrong on who destroyed the Federal Building in Oklahoma City 25 years ago. You wrote on Wade’s 5-13-20 post the following:

“Rex, ...Very light security at the building after 11 pm. FBI, ATF and up the chain of command to Clinton complicit in this crime. Lots of unnecessary legislation passed which resulted in the people becoming slaves to GOV. McVeigh was a simple patsy like Lee Harvey Oswald.”
Sat May 16, 05:25:00 PM 2020

It’s been said only fools never change their minds. I wish you’d reconsider because we’ll miss you a lot.

You said, “Wade, I see you are deleting posts you don’t like…”

I believe you meant to say, “Wade, I see you are deleting comments you don’t like…”

Maybe you should take your own advice you gave me about seeing a doctor about dementia.

RB Kuter said...

"Yes he was genius, but you and all the conspiracy types love to make Tesla a god and _everyone_ else part of vast conspiracy to suppress some secret knowledge Tesla had. If this was theology you would have been a Montanist, but since this this is not, I have to conclude you are one of the 25% alluded to in "Mystery of the Urinal Deuce.""

This is a typical, arrogant response by those who hold themselves up as being the elite, supreme, intelligent sources over controversial issues whose credibility is actually debatable.

This type of response also exhibits the methodology of those who have bought into one side of the issue and have owned it to the point of not being able to have an objective discussion that genuinely assesses the level of credibility of alternative proposals. Their close-mindedness relative to alternative propositions, results in their making their own position their "god" in the sense of blindly holding allegiance to it no matter what data or evidence to the contrary is presented. So they remain bogged down at one level of intelligence and "learning" becomes a practice beneath their self-perceived need and dignity.

This sort of display also exhibits what was likely the type of methodology used to squelch Tesla's work, which is to bully those opposing advocates, not by superior data and facts, but by demeaning them with offensive name calling and unfounded, petty insults. The intent, and effective it is, is to strip their opposing intellectuals of credibility by embarrassing them with rhetoric that does not necessarily refute the validity of their claims but does lead others to discount it simply because the bullies are experts at shaming and humiliating their opponents. Reminds me of playground bullies in elementary school.

"Before you push Tesla's assertions, maybe you should get a clue and take some physics course as well as courses on RF theory, EM design, Antenna Design, and the like. You know, maybe get a degree in electrical engineering or physics."

Another scheme of the intellectual bullies is to dismiss opposing views by using their own strengths in particular, specific aspects of science, physics, or whatever discipline is debated and in which they may possess a strength and advantage over someone who seriously considers the validity of their opponent, to back down and abandon their support of the opposing view. The bullies believe that thumping their chest in such a way over an opponent who may not hold their degree of intricate insight discounts the credibility of the opposing view entirely.

In reality, if they were confronted with those holding a level of academic expertise at, or above, theirs, and support the opposing view, the bullies would be the one reduced to sniveling cry babies without a credible basis for their position. You never see "bullies" confronting opponents equal in size and strength that would mount a formidable, opposing, argument.

Such "intellectual"? bullies serve only to undermine their own credibility with their lack of social skills, humility, and ability to listen attentively and consider ideas which offer a different perspective from theirs. I know very little about Tesla and his research and certainly am not a nuclear scientist or deep space astronomer but would avoid and reject the proposals of the bullies in the hope they are proven wrong and were humiliated.

Lissa Roberson said...

I feel convicted over my previous attitudes toward all Tesla cars that I've seen cruising around my community. I've scoffed, "Ah, the latest fad; how can one waste their money on a car that can't go the distance because it needs an electrical charge versus simple gas?" If Nikola Tesla were given a chance, his namesake car could run indefinitely without any need for pit stops, just an occasional potty stop.

Anonymous said...

Rex - It was One Salient Oversight that commented you need to go see a doctor, not CM.

There have been at least three Kens posting here in the last several months - Ken F, Ken P, and Ken (me...the hillbilly). Ken P is leaving.

btw - a patsy can be guilty of said crimes like McVeigh was, though he did not plant and detonate the bombs that took out the columns that actually killed most of the people. Surprisingly no ATF officers were killed since none were in their 9th floor office that day.

Along the lines of what Wade is addressing with Tesla, the Rockefellers and Gates have done similar actions publicized as 'for the common good', but in reality made the public slaves to their evil desires underlying their business plans - particularly in the arena of eugenics.

I've read estimates of a quarter billion people will potentially starve due to these unnecessary lockdowns. Total insanity.


Wade Burleson said...

Initially, with my wife, Dr. Rachelle Burleson, in charge of nursing at a regional medical center, I was FOR the lockdown because we were told 2.5 million people would die and there would not be enough ICU's, ventilators, PPE, and nurses to care for the sick and dying.

Within 2 weeks, our city was bustling like never before (Walmart, Grocery Stores, and gathering of people by the hundreds), and we had a dozen cases and it never climbed, but churches, small businesses, and mom-and-pop establishments were shuttered.

When our hospitals began furloughing people because nobody was in the hospital, when an OKC hospital closed for bankruptcy, and the REASON I was FOR the lockdown evaporated, on April 12, 2020, I posted that we should open.

The vitriol comments that came my way only confirmed that some have taken the coronavirus and are attempting to use it for some other agenda.

The coronavirus will come back in the fall. It will probably disappear in the summer of 2021, just like SARS and MERS disappeared in 18 months. There will be OTHER, NEW corona viruses in the future.

Never again should we lockdown. Isolate the sick. Care compassionately and well for the sick and dying, but keep on going.

Muff Potter said...

Respectfully, Wade, and please understand that Tesla is one of my heroes too.
But there is no such thing as "free energy".
Whether it's the coal required to fire a steam boiler, or the immense water pressure behind a hydro-electric dam, both are essential to spin the generators and extract electrical current.
Somebody has to pay for the coal, and someone has to pay for the construction and upkeep of the dam.

Christiane said...

Hello WADE,

I don't think people know WHAT to think about all this trouble, or what to do going forward.
I wish we could be more certain about what is the right thing to do, but in the confusion of not knowing, I am still for taking precautions to protect the ones who are most vulnerable.

Someday, we will know more and then we can look back and see in hind-sight what we did and did not do that might have been better, but for now most of us have to follow our consciences on what information we have that we can depend on. That doesn't mean what one person decides is going to work for everyone else, no. And the economy is in shambles and it may take a long time for it to recover.

But I agree this: people cannot be 'forced' into situations where they feel they are being manipulated and deprived of their rights, or they will 'rebel' sometimes in ways that are destructive and no one wants that, God forbid. People must live according to honor and conscience in ways where they have as much autonomy as is possible in a situation. Perhaps in a city like NYC where there weren't even enough body bags or mortuary space to hold the dead, and the ER's were in crisis, that was a place that called for a more structured and restrictive protocol to try to 'control' the consequences of this virus. But out in the rural sections of our country, where people are not so much at risk from contamination, it seems 'unfair' to order the same response as in a place like NYC.

I am sorry people are attacking one another, as right now we need each other's prayers and support in order to get through something we don't yet have a handle on; and in time, we may come to understand a more unified way forward that we can all be at peace with.

I hope the good people of Oklahoma can be spared from the intense worry and suffering that those in the Northeast have endured. I am told that no care-givers or medical people or residents of my son's facility at Eastern Christian Childrens' Retreat in Wyckoff NJ have been afflicted with the virus, as these residents are so very vulnerable, so I am in awe of the mercy of God towards these gentle souls who already have so many physical problems.

We will ALL see this through. Pray for good to come. I understand how difficult these times are for many people, and you all have my prayers for your protection from harm. God Bless!

Wade Burleson said...

Muff Potter,

Agreed. :)

Wade Burleson said...


Well said.

What we've learned from this debacle is that "one size fits all" shouldn't be implemented. Let each state, county, and region, do what is best.

Wade Burleson said...


I would encourage you to state your principle and beliefs without going to personal attacks against others. I think you'd find a wider audience.


Christiane said...

CM, you seem to take it personally when people disagree with you, but wouldn't it be better just to accept that they see things from a different perspective rather than it is you who are a target?

I don't think that your personal attacks and taunting of people here reflects good judgment on your part, and if you want to be taken seriously, why not behave as someone who doesn't have to act 'like that' in order to score points, but instead as someone who is ABLE to present a logical coherent argument for what they believe . . . the difference is enormous.

Wade doesn't deserve some of the accusations you have made against him and he sure doesn't deserve the 'threat' in your last sentence of the comment made May 25 at 10:44 pm.
Surely, you are better than this? Try again. Lower your voice. No need to threaten or insult anyone here. Your voice will be easier to hear if you stop all the drama, you bet.

Rex Ray said...

I’ve been ‘out of pocket’, and the comments have about doubled. It’s hard to believe that CM, as smart as he is, can be so ‘dumb’ in other areas, like ‘good manners’.

Christiane gave him some good advice, and he ‘howled to the moon’. That proved something Bob Cleveland said a long time ago: “It’s the bit dog that hollers”.

Rex Ray said...


The main thing I got out of Einstein being wrong, was:

I walked a mile with pleasure;
She chatted all the way;
But left me none the wiser;
For all she had to say.

Christiane said...

Hello CM,

what is coming through your comments are the contempt you have for people here, and yet you want to be taken seriously

you know, sometimes people pour out lots of 'information' as a cover for their malevolent need to put others down and to belittle others. That appears to be what is going on in your presence here.

It is very possible to be civil and respectful of those people who see things differently from yourself, but you have to care more for them AS PERSONS, than for the things they may differ with you on;
and that takes some self-control. And it takes a recognition that people who 'differ' from one another can also communicate and learn from one another, or at LEAST, begin to be open to UNDERSTANDING where the other person is coming from. I suggest that you consider this as a possibility for yourself, that you can make a 'change' from your present animosity that comes off as personal, and turn towards a practice of civil dialogue that respects others, and ALSO tries to understand WHY what they believe is MEANINGFUL to them. It makes a difference. I hope you work towards a better way to communicate with people, with all people. I think you would be a happier person and much less stressed out. Free advice from me for what it's worth. I hold the people you are insulting in very high regard as dear people, although I may not agree with them on issues all the time. They are still dear to me and no 'differences' will change that. It is possible to change for the better for all of us, and I know these times are stressful, but it is worth a good try. Think about it, the advice is kindly meant.

Rex Ray said...


I believe the world got along pretty good before Einstein was born. If you’d like to solve something really hard, tell why God loves us.

Wade Burleson said...

"I believe the world got along pretty good before Einstein was born. If you’d like to solve something really hard, tell why God loves us.

Great comment, Rex.

Anonymous said...

looks like One Salient Oversight flies tandem w/ CM

are they the same person?

Anonymous said...

Wade said: "The vitriol comments that came my way only confirmed that some have taken the coronavirus and are attempting to use it for some other agenda.

The coronavirus will come back in the fall. It will probably disappear in the summer of 2021, just like SARS and MERS disappeared in 18 months. There will be OTHER, NEW corona viruses in the future."

Your suspecting a conspiracy has been brought to light by none other than the CDC itself.

They and certain governors are guilty of conspiring to deceive, manipulate data, treason, fraud, medical terrorism, and the destruction of lives and livelihoods.

There hopefully won't be another wave if we all learn how to breathe (and eat) properly. Our stressful lifestyles (plus this plandemic scare) tend to make us upper chest breathers which shortchanges us of necessary oxygen.

"The textbook, Respiratory Physiology (West, 2000), suggests that the lower 10% of the lungs transport more than 40 ml of oxygen per minute, while the upper 10% of the lungs transport less than 6 ml of oxygen per minute. Hence, the lower parts of the lungs are about 6-7 times more effective in oxygen transport than the top of the lungs due to richer blood supply mostly caused by gravity."


Anonymous said...

When you factor in the reality of both covid-1984 testing procedures this entire thing becomes clear that it's a SCAM of epic proportions.

God alone can be trusted, not GOV. Ken

Anonymous said...

"The truth about wearing masks is starting to come out and people are voting with their feet. Retired neurosurgeon, Dr. Russell Blaylock, warns that not only do face masks fail to protect healthy people from contracting an illness, but they create serious health risks to the wearer.
While they shut us down and held us hostage in our homes, they changed our society, our lives, our world.

I am not willing to accept this is the “new normal.”
I won’t submit to testing.
I will refuse mandatory vaccination.
I will stop wearing a mask.
I will not be afraid of standing next to a friend or family member and will not obey the concept of “social distancing.”
I will understand that an asymptomatic carrier is a normal, healthy person and I will not buy into the fear that I might “catch something” from a normal, healthy person.
It’s time for Americans to resist with non-violent civil disobedience. Be brave. Be bold. Put on the full armor of God, as found in Ephesians 6:10-20 in the Bible, to stand against the world rulers of this present darkness. With God on our side, all things are possible."

From that last article I posted about testing. She's spot on! Over and out, :) ken

Larry Miller said...


I must respond to your article and the following discussion thread with my perspective.

As a “common farm boy” growing up on the wheat fields of Oklahoma in the 1950s, I developed a life long keen interest in electricity. From dramatic displays of Oklahoma thunderstorms to the magic of listening to voices on the radio and finally seeing pictures on TV, this was all mysterious and magical to me. Fast forward some 6 plus decades, I have retired from 50 years of electrical engineering, mostly serving as a consulting engineer.

My perspective has been practical. Frankly the differential equations presented to support Einstein’s theories were mostly beyond me. Nevertheless, practical application of electricity does require understanding of basic principles which became the basis of my career.

One of Tesla’s greatest contributions to science and engineering was the polyphase electric motor, often referred to as a 3 phase motor. His patents were sold to George Westinghouse and today the 3 phase motors are in use by the millions around the world in large buildings, factories, transportation and such.

Tesla’s attempt to transmit electricity from a central location to receivers without wires failed because of a failure to fully understand the Inverse-Square Law as others in this thread have noted. See

Electrical and magnetic fields, commonly referred to as electromagnetic fields have been researched by scientists and engineers all over the world. This includes everything from electrical system power fields to radio to television, microwave, visible light and cosmic rays. Stray manmade energy, energy from cosmic rays or the the earth itself are to weak to be usable. The ways we tap energy of the universe are through fossil fuels, hydroelectric, wind, geothermal. Only photovoltaic solar energy converts radiation directly to electricity. But none of these are without costs.

There was no conspiracy. Today we understand the end result of his failure based on physics. Had there been a conspiracy, someone would have uncovered it in a way to profit from it other than writing books.

Larry Miller PE
Electrical Engineer

Wade Burleson said...


Good comment. In my article, I point out the effort to remove Tesla's papers occurred nearly 75 years ago. The profit incentive was back then, not now. Had the government moved forward these past 8 decades with Tesla's desires, nature's electricity would be much more understood (in my opinion). Thanks for your comment.

Wade Burleson said...


The Procrustean establishment that refuses to allow debate is something that is detrimental to science.

I do not promote one view over another view, but Einstein theories have huge difficulties in deep space. They don't work. :)

Wal Thornhill explains why. Whether you believe him or not is not the issue. The ability for him to engage in scientific discussion with respectful debate is far more needed than a Procrustean attitude.

That's why I write.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the blog and the interesting discussion. Let me provide an update on Tesla's work.

If you head south of Dallas on I-35E south of the town of Milford and look to your left, there is a Tesla tower built by a company called Viziv Technologies.

Check out this article on Viziv.

Wade Burleson said...


Two police reports have been filed today, one locally and one internationally. Several church members of the church I pastor reported to me yesterday and today that they were being contacted via personal email by one or more men who have commented with vitriol on this blog post (it could be one person impersonating many people). Regardless, we take seriously strangers from foreign countries contacting church members using private emails. Our church has experienced recent Internet fraud from an anonymous stranger sending private emails, requesting money, impersonating me. Two people lost several hundred dollars. Our board, our technical security team, and our local police were not happy with the emails. For that reason, some comments on this blog post have been deleted (and saved for the police). I am hopeful that this person(s) will cease and desist their surreptitious online activities. Thanks for your understanding of the 25 deleted comments on this post. Most if not all of the deleted comments were written by the person sending private emails to our church members.

This comment section is now closed.

Dee said...


That same thing happened at my church about 2 months ago. People were being contacted to donate money to *help* our pastors. Many oder people fall for these schemes. I'm so sorry to hear about this.

sanj said...

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