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The Early Years

Discussion in 'Tesla' started by malcolm, Feb 17, 2008.

  1. malcolm

    malcolm Active Member

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    #1 malcolm, Feb 17, 2008
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    Hopefully Tesla will live long and prosper and someone will get to write the "History Of"

    So let us take you back to the very beginning (wibble-wobble, wibble-wobble, wibble...)

    http://www.teslamotors.com/display_data/pressguild.swf

    Please try to keep any contributions to this thread purely factual.
    The aim is to start to create a Tesla archive collected from forum members.
    Ideally please post links to materials/photos etc elsewhere rather than as attachments etc so that this thread stays slim.
    As a way to start, you may wish to relate the items you post to the chronology laid out in the above presentation.
     
  2. alfmatsenius

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    Confession time: I'm an optimist, especially about the ideas of social progress that emerged in Europe at the end of the middle ages and became mainstream in western politics in the early 20th century. I called the outcome of the Brexit referendum wrong (by underestimating the number of racist bigots and Little Englanders in the UK population: Brexit is a proxy for English nationalism, which is absolutely not the same as British nationalism), and I called the US presidential election wrong (underestimating the extent of gerrymandering and micro-targeted black propaganda driven by data mining in the campaign).
     
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