Published on Tampa Tribune /Hernando today, by JOSEPH TOMASELLI, May 28, 2009.
“They are too big to fail, so we must bail them out!”
That was the solution given for our failing banks and industries — especially the automobile industry — and as a consequence, trillions of tax dollars were allocated to resolve this dilemma.
The problem, however, is that the problems will never be resolved because they were destined to fail from the very beginning …
… Now, here is the surprise that will shock you! Everyone was aware that gas-driven vehicles were noisy, needed constant mechanical attention and were cantankerous, smoke-belching gas guzzlers. So, as early as 1900, experimentation on electric automobiles took place. Some electric vehicles were produced and utilized, but only on a limited basis because they needed frequent charges and their speed was capable of reaching only 45 or 50 mph and over that limit, batteries were destroyed in minutes.
So now comes one of the greatest geniuses of all time to resolve the problem. His name is Nikola Tesla (1856-1943), American electrical engineer and inventor, born in Smiljan, Yugoslavia. This is one of the greatest geniuses who ever lived and his inventions influenced the lives of everyone in the world.
His greatest discovery was AC current, which is the energy for every single electrical source we use for power. Tesla, during his lifetime, registered 1,200 patents in his name, and it is estimated that he could register another 1,000 or so from memory. Those inventions, too numerous to list, are in use every single day and we would be lost without them.
So what was Tesla’s connection to the electric automobile? In 1931, George Westinghouse acquired a Pierce-Arrow automobile. The standard combustion engine was removed and an 80-HP, 1800 rpm electric motor was installed to the clutch and transmission. The A.C. motor measured 40 inches long and 30 inches in diameter and the power leads were left standing in the air with no external power source.
Nikola Tesla arrived from N.Y. and, after inspecting the automobile, he bought 12 tubes, wire and assorted resistors at a local radio store. Tesla built a box, 24X12 X6 inches and assembled the circuit. He placed the box on the front seat and connected the wires to the air-cooled, brushless motor. Two quarter-inch rods in diameter stuck out of the box about 3 inches. He pushed the two rods in and the automobile started, “Now we have power,” he said.
He tested the vehicle for one week and reached speeds of 90 miles an hour and it performed better than any combustion engine of its day. Newspaper reporters witnessed this demonstration and asked Tesla where the power came from. Tesla replied: “From the ethers all around us.” The naysayers immediately turned on him and suggested that he was mad and he was somehow in league with sinister forces of the universe. He was so enraged that he removed the mysterious box from the vehicle and returned to his laboratory on 5th Avenue in New York City. His secret died with him.
If the Japanese ever manage to gain Tesla’s electrical automobile information, and if the Chinese ever decide to foreclose on the money we borrowed from them, and if the dollar ever fails to be the international currency, the United States, once the great leader of the world, will be reduced to Third-World status.
Heaven help us. (full text).
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