1. The Inventions, Researches, and Writings of Nikola Tesla. Ed. by Thomas Commerford Martin. Published by the ELECTRICAL ENGINEER, New York, 1894. 496 pp. Chapter 111, pp. 9-25. "The Tesla Rotating Magnetic Field."
2. A kind of magnetic "back-pressure" that damps free-oscillation in a circuit.
3. The Maxwell Equations define the relation between electric fields, E and magnetic fields, H, where v denotes the electric charge, and j the current density; c is the velocity of light.
4. The Inventions, Researches, and Writings of Nikola Tesla. Op. Cit. Chapter XXVIII, pp. 294-378. "On Light and other High Frequency Phenomena." Fcbruary, 1893.
5. Ibid. Chapter XXVII, pp. 198-293. "Experiments with Alternate Currents of High Potential and High Frequency." A Lecture delivered before the Institution of Electrical Engineers, London. February, 1892.
6. This is a clue already known to Tesla as to the frequencies required to produce electrical plasmas, and ball lightning. These have been produced over Canada, and the Soviet Union by the Soviet ELF emissions.
7. At the Columbia World's Fair in Chicago, Tesla demonstrated before the public that he could pass lore than a million volts through his body with safety. This was in August 1893.
9. PRODIGAL GENIUS, Op. Cit.
10. ELECTRICAL EXPERIMENTER, June 1919, pp. 112-113. "My Inventions - 5. The Magnifying Transmitter." by Nikola Tesla.
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