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Technological progress relies on a combination of invention and theory. We should keep in mind that several historically significant developments, including fixed-wing air flight, computers, and atomic energy, were worked out in theory long before functional prototypes were actually built.

Not all theories are created equal. In some circles all you'd have to do is post an email simply saying "Einstien was wrong" or something to that effect, and be assured of sparking an argument that might last for years. Yet Einstein's work has fit a lot of observations, and so should not be absolutely discarded. Our purpose here doesn't involve worshiping Einstein, Tesla, or anyone else. We should suspect that any theory might have accurate and inaccurate elements. If we do that, evaluating experiments and prototypes becomes more accurate. We should avoid rejecting a prototype only because it doesn't fit a theory. We should give preference to prototypes that actually work, and always be ready to modify theories to fit observations.
In our field, we often have to evaluate theories. Many prove to be dead ends. A few look promising but obviously need work. Some are so full of equations that most researchers and inventors will never understand them. Making the effort to understand theories is a valuable part of education. If you can run theoretical concepts visually or kinesthetically, the way to build a new machine may become clear. For inspiration, keep in mind that Nikola Tesla had a method of building machines in his mind. He would allow them to run in the background, to see what would happen. Sometimes these would run for months or years before an actual prototype was built. This was how he made many of his design improvements in an efficient way.

Double-Cone part found at a sale by David Thomson. We don't know what it does either. Tesla might have made it, but nobody knows for sure.

In many of his writings, Tesla referred to forms of energy associated with electromagnetism but not the same. Moray King and Thomas Beardon both described this type of energy, but a proper and consistent name had not been found. We have seen it variously referred to as “etheric”, “non-Hertzian”, “Zero-point”, scalar potential”, and other terms. We have known for sure that it has more in common with sound and music than with either electromagnetism or gravity.
A few years ago a therapist originally from Serbia and living in Australia named Anya Petrovic started using the term “Tesla Waves”. She had found a particular energy emanating from people doing certain types of intense healing work. Her description of these waves matched those of King and Beardon. Recently it has been agreed among several researchers that this term should rightfully be adopted for all manifestations of this fundamental energy. We can be confident that all other forms of energy in the universe are somehow connected with it.

Here are some significant theoretical resources worth studying:

The Secret of the Aether by David Thomson & Jim Bourassa
Tesla was certain that the material universe is permeated by an invisible substance, aether, which is the medium for the transmission of all forces. Modern physics, based on Einstein's work, generally has an opposite view, saying that the universe is mostly composed of empty space. Thomson's theory provides mathematical and material proof that aether exists.

Tapping the Zero Point Energy by Moray B. King
King shows a combination of logic, mathematics, and examples that point the way to drawing energy directly from aether. His theoretical work has been inspirational for many inventors over the past 25 years.

**Both of the above books are available through the Tesla Tech catalog.**

SYNERGETICS by Buckminster Fuller.
Here is a mathematical framework that comprehensively integrates all fields of science. Anyone who thoroughly understands this work will be able to design many types of buildings, living systems, and inventions. It was published by MacMillan in 1979, and can be found used in many locations. Volume 1 was published in paperback, while Volume 2 was only published in hardback and is now rare. Click here to read both parts of Synergetics on the Web.

COSMOGRAPHY by Buckminster Fuller
A good introductory book, sometimes a little easier to find. It was compiled about 10 years after Fuller passed on.

Exploration Science covers a wide range of theoretical and practical topics. It is run by the former Director of Borderlands Science Research Foundation. This site is especially strong in coverage of energy types that have not yet been classified within the scope of academic science.


Tesla Academy
Michael Riversong
P.O. Box 1891
Fort Collins, Colorado 80522

Email: mriversong@earthlink.net
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