Nikola Tesla's time in Colorado

In 1899, Tesla decided to move and began research in Colorado Springs, Colorado in a lab located near Foote Ave. and Kiowa St., where he would have room for his high-voltage, high-frequency experiments. Upon his arrival he told reporters that he was conducting wireless telegraphy experiments transmitting signals from Pikes Peak to Paris. Tesla's diary contains explanations of his experiments concerning the ionosphere and the ground's telluric currents via transverse waves and longitudinal waves. At his lab, Tesla proved that the earth was a conductor, and he produced artificial lightning (with discharges consisting of millions of volts, and up to 135 feet long) Tesla also investigated atmospheric electricity, observing lightning signals via his receivers. Reproductions of Tesla's receivers and coherer circuits show an unpredicted level of complexity. Tesla stated that he observed stationary waves during this time.
In Colorado Springs Tesla carried out various long distance wireless transmission-reception experiments. Tesla effect is the application of a type of electrical conduction (that is, the movement of energy through space and matter; not just the production of voltage across a conductor). Through longitudinal waves, Tesla transferred energy to receiving devices. He sent electrostatic forces through natural media across a conductor situated in the changing magnetic flux and transferred electrical energy to a wireless receiver.
In the Colorado Springs lab, Tesla observed unusual signals that he later thought may have been evidence of extraterrestrial radio wave communications coming from Venus or Mars. He noticed repetitive signals from his receiver which were substantially different from the signals he had noted from storms and earth noise. Specifically, he later recalled that the signals appeared in groups of one, two, three, and four clicks together. Tesla had mentioned that he thought his inventions could be used to talk with other planets. There have even been claims that he invented a "Teslascope" for just such a purpose. It is debatable what type of signals Tesla received or whether he picked up anything at all. Research has suggested that Tesla may have had a misunderstanding of the new technology he was working with, or that the signals Tesla observed may have been non-terrestrial natural radio source such as the Jovian plasma torus signals.

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"In the early months of 1920 B.F. Forbes, a reporter for Scientific America, sat down with the legendary Thomas Edison. At the time, Edison held close to 1,000 U.S. patents for everything from the light bulb to carbon microphones. During the interview, this American genius, dropped a bombshell when he indicated that he was working on a "...machine that could contact the dead". His view, as indicated during the interview, was that spirits were very much real, but that they were only capable of subtle influences. During the time period of the interview "mediums", as they called themselves, were using Ouija boards to communicate with spirits, but were generally considered frauds. Edison believed that the mediums were on the right track but that spirits generally didn't have enough influence to physically respond to the board itself, leaving too much to human interpretation. Sadly Thomas Edison died eleven years later having never completed his remarkable "machine"."

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