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I have a dream

From: Nikola L.
Sent on: Friday, August 24, 2012 12:32 AM

Tesla Talk
Nikola Lonchar
Martin Luther King had a dream. And Tesla had a project. I have a dream that his project is completed.

Our planet and cosmos have given us the resources for everyone to have a great life. Everything we have is a gift from God and belongs to everyone equally. No one has the right to charge or deny others.

What are the major problems facing our planet?

Hunger
Disease
Pollution/Climate Change
War
Unequal Distribution of Natural Resources

A lot of us see the problems. Life itself is a problem and our happiness depends on solving those problems. I believe that Tesla found the solution to all of these problems. I also believe that his progress was halted so that corporations could continue to rule the world.

Most wars are fought over natural resources

Energy is a gift of God, is limitless and should be free to everyone

Nikola Tesla is the father of free energy and was working on creating a world with free unlimited energy use. Unfortunately, his project was never completed and it is difficult for people to imagine a world where his project was completed.

Therefore, I propose the "Telsa: Past, Present and Future" exhibit

The first part of the exhibit would showcase Tesla's work. Not only that which he patented, but also portions of lectures, examples of how others used his work. It will demonstrate the difference between AC and DC and explain the state of energy and communication before Tesla's contributions. Tesla envisioned that we'd one day be able to stand on one side of the planet and be able to see what is happening on the other side of the world; he predicted being able to sit in New York and hear the Geese in Smiljan, Lika.

The second part of the exhibit would highlight products available today that relies on Tesla's innovations. Here, we will introduce Tesla's philosophy and begin to explain where the world is headed.

The third and most important part of the exhibit will take visitors to a simulated future. How will the world look when Tesla's ideas have been fully realized. This is especially important because it will inspire visitors to understand the possibilities of a world with free energy and communication.

I would like to open up discussion on this topic. We need input and help from a lot of creative minds.
Nikola Lonchar,Founder and president of the Tesla Science Foundation

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