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Re: [ntesla-38] Tesla's Future Contest

From: george f.
Sent on: Monday, August 8, 2011 5:44 PM
I am going to work on this.
The subject is just fascinating. HOW WOULD THE WORLD LOOK  WITHOUT
Nicola Tesla ? NO TESLA COIL ( RADIO AND NEON LIGHTS). No AC motors
and no Hydroelectric power. The next question is? How many lives has
Tesla saved, 1 million are 1 billion? george flanigan

On 8/7/11, Nikola Lonchar <[address removed]> wrote:
> Tesla: Past, Present and Future
>
> Traveling Exhibit
>
> Tesla's Future Contest
>
> The Tesla Science Foundation is organizing a traveling exhibit to be hosted
> throughout North America. The theme is Tesla: Past, Present and Future. For
> Tesla's past, we will display various aspects of Tesla's life and work. The
> "present" portion will focus on how vital Tesla's work and inventions are to
> our everyday lives. The most difficult aspect will be to show what the world
> could look like if Tesla's ideas are fully realized. That is why we are
> calling upon creative individuals to think of interesting ways of presenting
> that. Keep in mind that the goal is to show the world as Tesla envisioned
> it: one with free energy and unencumbered communication. We will give
> preference to ideas that make use of the best available technology, are
> interactive and have an educational component. Your submission should
> demonstrate a strong grasp of Tesla's work and visions for a better world.
> Submissions will be accepted until October 1st, 2011 and can be mailed to
> 957 W. King Road, Malvern, PA or e-mailed to
> [address removed]. All questions should also be directed to
> [address removed].
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