New Yorker Hotel, NYC January 6th and 7th 2012

From: Nikola L.
Sent on: Tuesday, August 28, 2012 8:41 AM

Nikola Tesla Commemorative Conference: Recognizing the 70th
Anniversary of Tesla's Death
Presented by the Tesla Science Foundation
New Yorker Hotel, NYC
January 6th and 7th 2012

There is an awful lot going on in the world of Tesla.  More and more,
the secret of Nikola Tesla is getting out.  The Nikola Tesla
Commemorative Conference is happening at an exciting time and you
won't want to miss out on participating in a great event.

TOPICS:
1.  Life and work of Nikola Tesla
2.  How, Why and by Whom was Tesla Removed from History?
3.  What Happened to Tesla's Estate Upon His Death?
4.  Misappropriation of Tesla's Patents, works and name
5.  Tesla Today: Continuing Tesla's Work
6.  Bringing the Tesla Community Together
7.  Movies, Books and Other Works in Progress
8.  Worldwide Tesla Communication Center

Additionally, we have planned a trip to Tesla's lab at Wardenclyffe on
Long Island as well as a walking tour (weather permitting) of the
places Tesla frequented and worked in New York City.

A meeting time will be dedicated to bringing together the various
Tesla-related organizations around the world and we will discuss how
we can work together to achieve our common goals.

We will be hosting a meet and greet banquet to kick the conference off
as well as a commemorative dinner.  We are still working out the
details and are welcoming your input.  If you have any ideas, please
contact us at [address removed]

Tickets are available for purchase at www.teslasciencefoundation.org

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There is also lodging information on the website; we have worked out a
special rate for those attending the conference with the New Yorker
Hotel.

Our final list of speakers and guests will be published shortly.
Please join us for what is sure to be a historic event.

Sincerely,

Nikola Lonchar
President and Founder
Tesla Science Foundation
[masked]
Skype;Nikola.Lonchar32
[address removed]

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