Not long ago I wrote about how the federal Bureau of Investigation (The FBI) released a number of declassified files about Nikola Tesla.
Among them, the government revealed their interest in the Death Ray a futuristic particle beam weapon that Tesla had invented.
Check out this article and download ALL of Nikola Teslas patents.
73 years after the FBI seized nearly TWO TRUCKS of papers of one of the worlds most famous inventors, the Federal Bureau of Investigations released the documents to the public. The batch of documents made available through the Freedom of Information Act also reveal Tesla did not die on January 7, 1943, as previously believed, but a day later on January 8.
In general, the FBI documents revealed a number of details that changed a lot of what we know about Tesla, his life, his inventions and his legacy. Check out the declassified documents from the FBI HERE.
Tesla, like the genius he was, was way ahead of his time.
He envisioned a bright and positive future for mankind, as he patented and created hundreds of technologies that no one before had envisioned, nor dared to imagine.
It is rightfully said that the Croatian-born inventor was a man who changed the world.
In this article, we take a look at seven lost inventions by Tesla, which many people are unaware of.
Teslas UFOantigravity technology
We know that Tesla was all about free energy and alternative powers sources.
Actually, it wasnt unidentified.
Despite this, the methods and design of Teslas revolutionary vehicle is believed to match the description of people who witnessed disk-shaped flying objects, or UFOs.
It is believed that Teslas UFO had eyes made of electro-optical lenses, arranged in quadrants, allowing the pilot to see everything. Screens and monitors are placed on a console where the browser can observe all areas around the vehicle, and Teslas incredible invention included magnifying lenses, which could have been used without changing positions.
Evidence of such a vehicle can be found in an interview between Nikola Tesla and The New York Herald, from 1911:
My flying machine will have neither wings nor propellers. You might see it on the ground and you would never guess that it was a flying machine. Yet it will be able to move at will thr...