Comment: Global Warming Solved by Tesla Patent 588,177 in 1896 (OZONE)

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Global Warming Solved by Tesla Patent 588,177 in 1896 (OZONE)

Grab up the Primatene Asthma Inhalers & drop the Carbon Credits!!!

APPARATUS FOR PRODUCING OZONE. (IN UNLIMITED QUANTITIES)
NIKOLA TESLA - Patent No. 588,177, dated September 22, 1896.
http://rpmgt.org/588177.html

""Its operation involves but a small expenditure of energy, while it requires practically no care or attention""

NASA'S The Space Tether Experiment (A Cover Story for Tesla's Ionospheric "Free Energy"?)
http://www-istp.gsfc.nasa.gov/Education/wtether.html

DARPA's Space-to-Earth power transfer:
http://ssi.org/reading/papers/sun-powered-laser-beaming-from...

Tesla's Secret to Worldwide Wireless Energy, he did not want to complete Wardenclyffe after 1906 when Sanford White died.

Wardenclyffe was a multi-use device. Tesla admitted that he needed to add a Large Coil and Ball and Place it 15 Miles into the Ionosphere. He said he completed it before his assassination in 1943. Wardenclyffe's Partner Tower 15 Miles High, is the MISSING PART of the SYSTEM!!

SYSTEM OF TRANSMISSION OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY THROUGH THE AIR (IN UNLIMITED QUANTITIES AT ANY DISTANCE)
NIKOLA TESLA - Patent No. 645,576, dated March 20, 1900.
http://www.tfcbooks.com/patents/0645576.htm

THIS COIL & BALL ARE THE MISSING PART FOR THE TOP OF HIS TOWER, WARDENCLYFFE, THAT SANFORD WHITE, TESLA'S CO-DESIGNER OF WARDENCLYFFE, WAS UNABLE TO FINISH, SINCE SANFORD WHITE WAS MURDERED ON June 25, 1906 AT A PRIVATE PARTY AT THE TOP OF MADISON SQUARE GARDEN!!!
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanford_White

NIKOLA TESLA - Patent No. 645,576, dated March 20, 1900:

...but also in quantities suitable for industrial uses on a large scale up to practically any amount...

...The utilization of any conducting properties of the air for purposes of transmission of energy has been hitherto out of the question in the absence of apparatus suitable for meeting the many and difficult requirements, although it has long been known or surmised that atmospheric strata at great altitudes—say fifteen or more miles above sea-level—are, or should be, in a measure, conducting; but assuming even that the indispensable means should have been produced then still a difficulty, which in the present state of the mechanical arts must be considered as insuperable, would remain—namely, that of maintaining terminals at elevations of FIFTEEN MILES or more above the level of the sea...