magazine writers don’t choose accompanying art

It’s true. Nor do they write captions nor headlines not etc.

And so we have this moron writing about a technology Nicola Tesla did at far greater range with far greater success by all measures 150 YEARS AGO.

Beneath an illustration of Tesla relaxing, as one would think he did always and only – based on the overwhelming number of extant images that portray him – beneath a  discharging Tesla Coil ( to be invented again soon one assumes).

It’s a form of leisure I recommend to all cashing in by copying patents Tesla neglected to file (estimated around 100, which would be multiplied by itself had he not ceased work on a thing once the conception of it was complete in his mind).

To the future, ever closer to the distant past!

alienandroid, avec les revenants

A picture:


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