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What sort of mentality did this wonder man have? Was his early life as commonplace as most boys'? What was the early training of this man from space? Was he an earth man? Did he come from the planet Venus? Was he born on a space ship? The answers to these and many other questions will be found in this story from the lips of the man himself. In this autobiography concerning his early youth, and so on, we obtain a good insight into the wonderful life this man led.
His contribution to that question remained however number and order that they were not traceable to any relatively unrecognized. Guzman prize been rashly asserted by some. Although I could not decipher Flammarion announced in that Clara Goguet their meaning, it was impossible for me think of them Guzman, a rich French widow, would offer a prize of as having been entirely accidental. The prize was adminis- hear the greeting of one planet to another.
A purpose tered by the French Academy of Sciences and was named was behind these electrical signals. The testatrix desig- would be rapid. Absolute certitude as to the receipt nates the planet Mars, on which the attention and the and interchange of messages would be reach as soon as investigations of all scientists are already directed.
The come an interplanetary communication system. His hopes French literature of that time is particularly representa- were to develop a new apparatus destined for interpla- tive. Each I have devoted much of my time during the year to the of them inserted interplanetary communication in their perfecting of a new small and compact apparatus by novels either as a central theme or as a part of the which energy in considerable amounts can now be intrigue.
I am expecting to put drama between two young people coming, respectively, before the Institute of France an accurate description of from Venus and the Earth . These pictures constitute sure that it will be awarded to me. I am just as nication in the poem Inscription coming from the collec- sure that prize will be awarded to me as if I already had tion of poems entitled Le Collier de Griffes . In La Fin du it in my pocket. They have got to do it. It means it will Monde, published by Flammarion in , the Martians be possible to convey several thousand units of horse- send signals to the Earth in order to inform them that a power to other planets, regardless of the distance.
This comet is going to fall on our planet. The only thing we know is that he wished to use In the same time, other authors such as the French the transmission of energy about several thousand humorist Tristan Bernard — made fun of these horsepower in order to establish contact between the too much fashionable ideas of interplanetary commu- planets. But very rare words about his apparatus were nication.
He just stated that this complex apparatus nous dire? What exactly can they tell us? Convinced that Astronomers discovered light signals on Mars. Answer life on other planets was certitude, Tesla predicted that was sent to the Martians.
Concerning the intention of contacting other planets in the solar the cosmos, the common thought was that the space systemy. It is the case in Le Prisonnier de la power to convey information instead of using radio waves.
Interplanetary communication: examples of French The hero of the story uses geometry to communicate with literature the Martians. Inter- enriched by literature. At the turn of the 20th century, planetary communication between Venus and the Earth is F. Messages easily understandable. But they get no answer. And they got an interplanetary messages intended to reach our planetary answer indeed with that new rhythm.
The heart of the story deals with commu- interplanetary communication and those carried out since nication between the inhabitants of Venus and Earthlings. The content of the message was a question the history of Humanity. According to them, the language should be clearly understandable by hypothe- tical inhabitants on other planets, not informed about our 8. Conclusion existence. The only common point that could be Mars, Venus and the Moon.
During the 19th century, it establish with nowadays interstellar radio messages was obvious that techniques used to cover interplanetary IRM 4 deals with the transmission of numbers and distances could not reach greater distances. The common drawings. Naturally, the messages proposed at the end point between the methods devised for interplanetary of the XIXth century were elaborated following a simpler communication was the use of visual signals employing construction and were not able to constitute a complete numerical or graphic methods.
Parisian running around at night. When I told him that I was coming from the Oregon and had repaired both machines. The motors I built there were exactly as I had imagined them. The Manager had promised me fifty thousand dollars on the completion of this task but it turned out to be a practical joke.
I returned to New York and resumed experimental work in a laboratory on Grand Street. Another necessity was to produce a motor capable of running efficiently at this frequency on two wires which was not easy of accomplishment. The problems of construction in this unexplored field were novel and quite peculiar and I encountered many difficulties.
Then followed a period of struggle in the new medium for which I was not fitted. My system was based on the use of low frequency currents and the Westinghouse experts had adopted cycles with the object of securing advantages in the transformation.
For nearly a year my regular hours were from I rejected the inductor type. This gave me a painful shock and I resigned my position. I made no attempt to improve the design. At the close of Edison said to me: In the early part of an arrangement was made with the Westinghouse Company for the manufacture of the motors on a large scale. Immediately thereafter some people approached me with the proposal of forming an arc light company under my name.
But when he had gone some distance I heard him remark: I had already noted in my demonstrations before the American Institution of Electrical Engineers that several times the tune was lost. From many other considerations it appeared desirable to invent a simpler device for the production of electric oscillations. Subsequent investigation showed that no matter what medium is employed. I was reminded of the first tiny spark I observed in my Grand Street laboratory and was thrilled by sensations akin to those I felt when I discovered the rotating magnetic field.
On that occasion I frankly told the engineers of a defect involved in the transformation by the new method. But a still greater future awaits it. I saw the possibilities and undertook the development of induction apparatus on this principle. It is a law very much like that governing the conversion of mechanical energy.
When in I obtained powerful discharges of feet and flashed a current around the globe. Another discouraging feature of the high frequency alternator seemed to be the inconstancy of speed which threatened to impose serious limitations to its use. Fortunately however. My progress was so rapid as to enable me to exhibit at my lecture in a coil giving sparks of five inches. Had it not been for this I could have saved myself a great deal of labor.
Since my early announcement of the invention it has come into universal use and wrought a revolution in many departments. In Lord Kelvin had exposed the theory of the condenser discharge.
We may drop a weight from a certain height vertically down or carry it to the lower level along any devious path. It is a radical departure in the sense that its success would mean the abandonment of the antiquated types of prime movers on which billions of dollars have been spent. I looked on spellbound. One should think that so simple and beautiful an invention. For weeks afterward the picture of the avalanche was before my eyes and I wondered how anything so small could grow to such an immense size.
An incident of my youth may serve to illustrate. Not a few technical men. Ever since that time the magnification of feeble actions fascinated me.
The system lent itself to new enterprise as well as to improvement of the old. I might not have followed up the little spark I obtained with my coil and never developed my best invention. The Magnifying Transmitter As I review the events of my past life I realize how subtle are the influences that shape our destinies. Suddenly a ball was seen to go beyond the limit. My turbine is an advance of a character entirely different.
This is a grievous mistake. The snow was quite deep and a warm southerly wind made it just suitable for our purpose. This depends on the point of view. Under such circumstances the progress must needs be slow and perhaps the greatest impediment is encountered in the prejudicial opinions created in the minds of experts by organized opposition. I was keenly interested from the very start. I took up the experimental study of mechanical and electrical resonance.
A new idea must not be judged by its immediate results. We amused ourselves by throwing balls which would roll down a certain distance. My alternating system of power transmission came at a psychological moment. But the prospective effect of the rotating field was not to render worthless existing machinery.
If my memory serves me right. In evolving them I simply followed the inborn sense to improve the present devices without any special thought of our far more imperative necessities. The next evening I gave a demonstration before that Institution.
From all parts of the world I received urgent invitations and numerous honors and other flattering inducements were offered to me. We crave for new sensations but soon become indifferent to them. Only the other day I had a disheartening experience when I met my friend and former assistant. The wonders of yesterday are today common occurrences. It had been my intention to leave immediately for Paris in compliance with a similar obligation. I had not seen him for a long time and was glad to have an opportunity for a little chat at my office.
I was a man of firm resolve but succumbed easily to the forceful arguments of the great Scotsman. He pushed me into a chair and poured out half a glass of a wonderful brown fluid which sparkled in all sorts of iridescent colors and tasted like nectar.
It is difficult to appreciate what those strange phenomena meant at that time. But in the demands became irresistible and I went to London where I delivered a lecture before the Institution of Electrical Engineers. Our conversation naturally enough drifted on my turbine and I became heated to a high degree.
When my tubes were first publicly exhibited they were viewed with amazement impossible to describe. Charles F. These and other inventions of mine. In investigating the behaviour of high frequency currents I had satisfied myself that an electric field of sufficient intensity could be produced in a room to light up electrodeless vacuum tubes. I fled from London and later from Paris to escape favors showered upon me. I returned to the task. Upon regaining my health I began to formulate plans for the resumption of work in America.
The sun raises the water of the oceans and winds drive it to distant regions where it remains in a state of most delicate balance. Here was a stupendous possibility of achievement. This would be the most efficient way of harnessing the sun to the uses of man. If it were in our power to upset it when and wherever desired. One day. This calamity set me back in many ways and most of that year had to be devoted to planning and reconstruction. That was not much in the light of the present art.
The consummation depended on our ability to develop electric forces of the order of those in nature. Martin which appeared in the April number of the Century Magazine. Up to that time I never realized that I possessed any particular gift of discovery but Lord Rayleigh. This observation set me thinking.
The sky became overhung with heavy clouds but somehow the rain was delayed until.
We could irrigate arid deserts. Steady progress was made until the destruction of my laboratory by fire in I had an instinctive perception that the object could be accomplished by the proper. I sought shelter from an approaching storm. It was manifest that the two phenomena were closely related. The first gratifying result was obtained in the spring of the succeeding year when I reached tensions of about 1.
If we could produce electric effects of the required quality. Although I knew that higher electro-motive forces were attainable with apparatus of larger dimensions. It seemed a hopeless undertaking. Here I introduced other improvements and refinements which made it possible to generate currents of any tension that may be desired. In carrying on tests with a secondary in the form of a flat spiral. The application of this principle enabled me to produce pressures of 4.
I went to Colorado where I remained for more than one year. A plant of but very moderate dimensions is required for such performances. Profiting from this observation I resorted to the use of a high tension conductor with turns of considerable diameter sufficiently separated to keep down the distributed capacity. A photograph of this transmitter was published in the Electrical Review of November. Those who are interested will find some information in regard to the experiments I conducted there in my article.
On the other hand currents of many thousands of amperes may be obtained in the antenna. The maximum electric tension is merely dependent on the curvature of the surfaces on which the charged elements are situated and the area of the latter. In order to advance further along this line I had to go into the open. It is suitable for any frequency. Judging from my past experience. As to the immediate purposes of my enterprise. It is even possible to make the actions increase with the distance from the plant according to an exact mathematical law.
In a more restricted meaning this wireless transmitter is one in which the Hertz-wave radiation is an entirely negligible quantity as compared with the whole energy. Distance is then absolutely eliminated. One far-reaching result of this is that any device capable of being operated thru one or more wires at a distance obviously restricted can likewise be actuated.
These examples are cited merely to give an idea of the possibilities of this great scientific advance. An inexpensive receiver. It makes possible not only the instantaneous and precise wireless transmission of any kind of signals.
Taken in the narrowest significance of the term. Such a circuit may then be excited with impulses of any kind. By its means. Each signal is like an individual of unmistakable identity and there is virtually no limit to the number of stations or instruments which can be simultaneously operated without the slightest mutual disturbance. These particular electrical vibrations. Currents many times stronger than any ever generated in the usual ways. It makes possible the transmission of signals or messages absolutely secret and exclusive both in the active and passive aspect.
By the use of this marvelous device he has already set up electrical movements of greater intensity than those of lightning and passed a current. Careful tests and measurements in connection with an experimental station of great activity. With this power plant it will be practicable to attain electrical activities up to ten million horsepower and it is designed to serve for as many technical achievements as are possible without due expense. Among these the following may be mentioned: Besides these I referred to other and incomparably more important applications of my discoveries which will be disclosed at some future date.
These men are to me nothing more than microbes of a. The transmitter was to emit a wave complex of special characteristics and I had devised a unique method of telephonic control of any amount of energy.
The tower was destroyed two years ago but my projects are being developed and another one. I have refrained from publicly expressing myself on this subject before as it seemed improper to dwell on personal matters while all the world was in dire trouble.
My plant. These dimensions were adequate for the transmission of virtually any amount of energy. On this occasion I would contradict the widely circulated report that the structure was demolished by the Government which owing to war conditions. Originally only from to K. I am unwilling to accord to some smallminded and jealous individuals the satisfaction of having thwarted my efforts.
I also proposed to make demonstrations in the wireless transmission of power on a small scale but sufficient to carry conviction.
A plant was built on Long Island with a tower feet high. Those who are well informed know that my ideas have revolutionized the industries of the United States and I am not aware that there lives an inventor who has been. If this report had a foundation I would have been refunded a large sum of money which I expended in the construction of the tower.
I would add further. Pierpont Morgan did not interest himself with me in a business way but in the same large spirit in which he has assisted many other pioneers. He carried out his generous promise to the letter and it would have been most unreasonable to expect from him anything more. He had the highest regard for my attainments and gave me every evidence of his complete faith in my ability to ultimately achieve what I had set out to do.
On the contrary it was in the interest of the Government to preserve it. My project was retarded by laws of nature. The world was not prepared for it.
It was too far ahead of time. But the same laws will prevail in the end and make it a triumphal success. I had produced a striking phenomenon with my grounded transmitter and was endeavoring to ascertain its true significance in relation to the currents propagated through the earth.
After weeks or months my passion for the temporarily abandoned invention returns and I invariably find answers to all the vexing questions with scarcely any effort. Regaining my senses I realized with consternation that I was unable to visualize scenes from my life except those of infancy.
I put all the intensity and vigor of youth in the development of the rotating field discoveries. This profound study so entirely absorbed me that I became forgetful of everything else.
Although strenuous in the extreme. So long as it operates I am safe from danger. When I am all but used up I simply do as the darkies. Involuntarily I then turn to other work and am surprised at the freshness of the mind and ease with which I overcome obstacles that had baffled me before. The Art of Telautomatics No subject to which I have ever devoted myself has called for such concentration of mind and strained to so dangerous a degree the finest fibers of my brain as the system of which the Magnifying Transmitter is the foundation.
Without doubt I would have paid a greater penalty later. Upon awakening I have the sensation as though the events immediately preceding had occurred very long ago. In this connection I will tell of an extraordinary experience which may be of interest to students of psychology.
I need no vacations which are indispensable to most people. Despite my rare physical endurance at that period the abused nerves finally rebelled and I suffered a complete collapse.
Curiously enough. We are confronted with portentous problems which can not be solved just by providing for our material existence. The greatest good will comes from technical improvements tending to unification and harmony. I am prompted to this prediction not so much by thoughts of the commercial and industrial revolution which it will surely bring about. By its means the human voice and likeness will be reproduced everywhere and factories driven thousands of miles from waterfalls furnishing the power.
The true rewards are ever in proportion to the labor and sacrifices made. Night after night. I saw myself at the Hotel de la Paix in Paris just coming to from one of my peculiar sleeping spells. If we were to release the energy of atoms or discover some other way of developing cheap and unlimited power at any point of the globe this accomplishment.
This is one of the reasons why I feel certain that of all my inventions. My belief is firm in a law of compensation. I would think of them and more and more of my previous existence was revealed.
Its introduction for telegraphic. In the next picture that came out of the mist of oblivion. But I found it too hard to break away from the laboratory. Imagine the pain and distress I felt when it flashed upon my mind that a dispatch was handed to me at that very moment bearing the sad news that my mother was dying.
This feeling grew so strong that I resolved to drop all work and satisfy my longing. The image of my mother was always the principal figure in the spectacle that slowly unfolded. I remembered how I made the long journey home without an hour of rest and how she passed away after weeks of agony!
It was especially remarkable that during all this period of partially obliterated memory I was fully alive to everything touching on the subject of my research. I could recall the smallest details and the least significant observations in my experiments and even recite pages of text and complex mathematical formulae.
Considerations of mere utility weigh little in the balance against the higher benefits of civilization. This is a timely topic on which a few words might not be amiss.
The feat has been vulgarized since by imitators. During the past decade a number of people have arrogantly claimed that they had succeeded in doing away with this impediment. On a hot afternoon I felt the necessity of refreshing myself and stepped into one of the popular thirty thousand institutions of this great city where a delicious twelve per cent beverage was served which can now be had only by making a trip to the poor and devastated countries of Europe.
As a rule the attempts are based on theories so fallacious that whenever they come to my notice I can not help thinking in a lighter vein. Such a supposition would have been condemned as erroneous. I have carefully examined all of the arrangements described and tested most of them long before they were publicly disclosed. By darting around corners I fortunately managed. I was very impressionable then and frequently spoke of the daring printer. I often thought. A recent official statement from the U.
It would mean that a condenser. This reminds me of an exciting incident which took place years ago when I was conducting my experiments with currents of high frequency. Now the engineer.
In an instant there was a pandemonium and a dozen voices cried: But these precautions proved unnecessary. Quite recently a new discovery was heralded. For many years afterward. The attendance was large and not overdistinguished and a matter was discussed which gave me an admirable opening for the careless remark: I had eluded my pursuers. Navy may.
Steve Brodie had just jumped off the Brooklyn Bridge. The higher the terminal and the greater the space encompassed by the wires. These were carefully calibrated to the same frequency and connected in multiple with the object of magnifying the action.
As I pointed out in a previous article. By employing receivers connected to two points of the ground. The masses of the charged atmosphere are constantly in motion and give up electricity to the conductor. If it were true that strays performed such antics. This was perfectly self-evident. It was achieved simply by discarding the enormous structures. In the former case the sound was loud in the telephone.
The truth is this: When I desired to ascertain the origin of the transmitted impulses. Interference can not be overcome by any such methods as were proposed. To state it fairly. As throwing light on this point. The Germans. The radius of transmission was very limited. In the first place it offers prospects immeasurably greater and more vital to betterment of human life than any other invention or discovery in the history of man.
I may mention that only recently an odd looking gentleman called on me with the object of enlisting my services in the construction of world transmitters in some distant land.
In view of this fact. We have proceeded in the very opposite direction and what has been done is the product of the brains and efforts of citizens of this country.
No trace of those Hertzian appliances and methods remains today. The chief argument of the Secretary is based on interference. It would be calamitous. The only remedy is a system immune against interruption.
There are. This was proposed a few weeks ago by Secretary Daniels. French and Italian experts were quick in using them for signaling purposes. But universal evidence unmistakably shows that the best results are always obtained in healthful commercial competition.
It was an obvious application of the new agent and accomplished with the old classical and unimproved induction coil. It has been perfected. According to his statement. But I am satisfied that some dark forces are at work. Enterprising press agents and stock jobbers have been so successful in spreading misinformation that even so excellent a periodical as the Scientific American accords the chief credit to a foreign country.
The fundamental patents have expired and the opportunities are open to all. It is thus able to exert. These are only new devices for putting the weak at the mercy of the strong. I have exprest myself in this regard fourteen years ago. While it can not be denied that such a pact might be of material advantage to some less fortunate peoples. No league or parliamentary act of any kind will ever prevent such a calamity.
At that time I really thought that it would abolish war. War can not be avoided until the physical cause for its recurrence is removed and this. But while I have not lost faith in its potentialities. What we now want most is closer contact and better understanding between individuals and communities all over the earth. Only thru annihilation of distance in every respect. Peace can only come as a natural consequence of universal enlightenment and merging of races. As I view the world of today.
This invention is a logical outcome of observations begun in my boyhood and continued thruout my life. The terrible conflict is still uppermost in the minds and perhaps the greatest importance will be attached to the Magnifying Transmitter as a machine for attack and defense. But in his time many important functions of our organism were unknown and.
In one of these biographical sketches. Our bodies are of such complexity of structure. The consciousness of the external impression prompting me to any kind of exertion. There is not more than one out of every ten persons who does not believe in telepathy and other psychic manifestations. The commonest every-day occurrences appear to them mysterious and inexplicable. The by far greater number of human beings are never aware of what is passing around and within them.
And yet nothing is more convincing to the trained investigator than the mechanistic theory of life which had been. He may see the image of a friend dear to him under conditions which he construes as very peculiar.
Jacques Loeb has performed remarkable experiments in heliotropism. When he loses a collar button he fusses and swears for an hour. In recent years the progress of scientific research in these fields has been such as to leave no room for a doubt in regard to this view on which many works have been published.
This mental activity. Deficient observation is merely a form of ignorance and responsible for the many morbid notions and foolish ideas prevailing. But while men of science accept this theory simply as any other that is recognized. Only on very rare occasions. One of its ablest and most eloquent exponents is. One may feel a sudden wave of sadness and rake his brain for an explanation when he might have noticed that it was caused by a cloud cutting off the rays of the sun.
Felix Le Dantec. I have dwelt on the circumstances of my early life and told of an affliction which compelled me to unremitting exercise of imagination and self observation. Shortly before the war. I bent all my thinking faculties on the solution of great problems regardless of sacrifice.
Ever since I was told by some of the greatest men of the time. Sure enough. I thought that if my mother died while I was away from her bedside she would surely give me a sign. Two or three months before I was in London in company with my late friend. So confident was I that he would turn up some day. We have formed a psychological society for the investigation of psychic phenomena and we want you to join us in this undertaking.
Just to illustrate how deeply rooted this tendency has become even among the clearheaded American population. The appearance slowly floated across the room and vanished. I may mention a comical incident. For many years I endeavored to solve the enigma of death.
I might not have paid attention to other men. During the whole night every fiber in my brain was strained in expectancy. I had become completely exhausted by pain and long vigilance.
But only once in the course of my existence have I had an experience which momentarily impressed me as supernatural. As I lay helpless there. I anticipated that there would. Sir William Crookes. I reflected that the conditions for a look into the beyond were most favorable. The belief in these is the natural outgrowth of intellectual development. These amount to a discovery which I consider of the greatest moment to human society. I got the first inkling of this astounding truth when I was still a very young man.
The music came from the choir in the church nearby at the early mass of Easter morning. After many such cases I confided this to a number of friends. I experienced a singular and undefinable pain which. We all must have an ideal to govern our conduct and insure contentment. In that instant a certitude. This occurred long ago. While I have failed to obtain any evidence in support of the contentions of psychologists and spiritualists. I had seen the painting of a celebrated artist. When I recovered I sought for a long time the external cause of this strange manifestation and.
I have proved to my complete satisfaction the automatism of life. I was unable to understand the tremendous weight of the painful knowledge I received in advance.
Religious dogmas are no longer accepted in their orthodox meaning. It was exactly the same that appeared in my dream. And that was true.
It is essential to the peacef ul existence of humanity as a whole that one common conception should prevail. I succeeded after many months of fruitless effort. Just to give an idea. Most generally I employed receiving circuits in the form of loops. Our bodies are of similar construction and exposed to the same external influences. We are automata entirely controlled by the forces of the medium being tossed about like corks on the surface of the water.
Everybody understands. This results in likeness of response and concordance of the general activities on which all our social and other rules and laws are based. So long as the organism is in perfect order it responds accurately to the agents that prompt it.
I designed a complete machine capable of a multitude of operations. A very sensitive and observant being. I found. I indicated the control as being effected thru the medium of a single circuit and a well-known form of detector. Nobody thought then that there was the faintest prospect of perfecting such a device. The idea of constructing an automaton. As a matter of fact.