Flying Saucers Invention By Nikola Tesla

Flying Saucers Invention By Nikola Tesla

by c23

April 5, 2009

A studio discussion about flying saucer technology being human invention by Nikola Tesla. And how the shadow government spreads the propaganda of it being of extraterrestrial origin.


Part I:  William Lyne 2004 - Hitler's Secret Flying Saucers



Part II : William Lyne 2004 -  Nazi Ufos How They Fly '



Nikola Tesla talking about the electro magnetic flying saucer in 1911? 

New York Herald Tribune, Oct. 15, 1911

“Not the aeroplane, the flying machine,” responded Dr. Tesla.  “Now you have struck the point in which I am most deeply interested—the object toward which I have been devoting my energies for more than twenty years—the dream of my life.  It was in seeking the means of making the perfect flying machine that I developed this engine.

“Twenty years ago I believed that I would be the first man to fly; that I was on the track of accomplishing what no one else was anywhere near reaching.  I was working entirely in electricity then and did not realize that the gasoline engine was approaching a perfection that was going to make the aeroplane feasible.  There is nothing new about the aeroplane but its engine, you know.

“What I was working on twenty years ago was the wireless transmission of electric power.  My idea was a flying machine propelled by an electric motor, with power supplied from stations on the earth.  I have not accomplished this as yet, but am confident that I will in time.

“When I found that I had been anticipated as to the flying machine, by men working in a different field, I began to study the problem from other angles, to regard it as a mechanical rather than an electrical problem.  I felt certain there must be some means of obtaining power that was better than any now in use.  And by vigorous use of my gray matter for a number of years, I grasped the possibilities of the principle of the viscosity and adhesion of fluids and conceived the mechanism of my engine.  Now that I have it, my next step will be the perfect flying machine.”

“An aeroplane driven by your engine?” I asked.

“Not at all,” said Dr. Tesla.  “The aeroplane is fatally defective. It is merely a toy—a sporting play-thing.  It can never become commercially practical.  It has fatal defects.  One is the fact that when it encounters a downward current of air it is helpless.  The “hole in the air” of which aviators speak is simply a downward current, and unless the aeroplane is high enough above the earth to move laterally but can do nothing but fall.

“There is no way of detecting these downward currents, no way of avoiding them, and therefore the aeroplane must always be subject to chance and its operator to the risk of fatal accident.  Sportsmen will always take these chances, but as a business proposition the risk is too great.

“The flying machine of the future—my flying machine—will be heavier than air, but it will not be an aeroplane.  It will have no wings.  It will be substantial, solid, stable.  You cannot have a stable airplane.  The gyroscope can never be successfully applied to the airplane, for it would give a stability that would result in the machine being torn to pieces by the wind, just as the unprotected aeroplane on the ground is torn to pieces by a high wind.

“My flying machine will have neither wings nor propellers.  You might see it on the ground and you would never guess that it was a flying machine.  Yet it will be able to move at will through the air in any direction with perfect safety, higher speeds than have yet been reached, regardless of weather and oblivious of “holes in the air” or downward currents.  It will ascend in such currents if desired.  It can remain absolutely stationary in the air, even in a wind, for great length of time.  Its lifting power will not depend upon any such delicate devices as the bird has to employ, but upon positive mechanical action.”

“You will get stability through gyroscopes?” I asked.

“Through gyroscopic action of my engine, assisted by some devices I am not yet prepared to talk about,” he replied.

“Powerful air currents that may be deflected at will, if produced by engines and compressors sufficiently light and powerful, might lift a heavy body off the ground and propel it through the air,” I ventured, wondering if I had grasped the inventor’s secret.

Dr. Tesla smiled an inscrutable smile.

“All I have to say on that point is that my airship will have neither gas bag, wings nor propellers,” he said.  “It is the child of my dreams, the product of years of intense and painful toil and research.  I am not going to talk about it any further.  But whatever my airship may be, here at least is an engine that will do things that no other engine ever has done, and that is something tangible.”



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