"Repeat" Felon & Four Year Sentence, Firearms Violation
This is a discussion on "Repeat" Felon & Four Year Sentence, Firearms Violation within the In the News: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly forums, part of the The Back Porch category; Yep, I know the DC versus AC imbroglio but also understood Edison was credited with the invention of the "Electric Chair", which was why I ...
January 20th, 2013 06:43 PM
Yep, I know the DC versus AC imbroglio but also understood Edison was credited with the invention of the "Electric Chair", which was why I wrote my post the manner it was. I guess it's less than clear.......looks like I credit TAE with 440V AC.......
BTW, Tesla spent a wee bit of time out here in Colorado too:
This execution method was created by employees of Thomas Edison during the War of Currents, and has been used only in the United States and, for a period of several decades,
Regardless, I strongly believe in Capital Punishment.
On 17 May 1899, Tesla moved to Colorado Springs, where he would have room for his high-voltage, high-frequency experiments; his lab was located near Foote Ave. and Kiowa St. He chose this location because the polyphase alternating current power distribution system had been introduced there and he had associates who were willing to give him all the power he needed without charging for it. Upon his arrival, he told reporters that he was conducting wireless telegraphy experiments, transmitting signals from Pikes Peak to Paris.
"He went on two legs, wore clothes and was a human being, but nevertheless he was in reality a wolf of the Steppes. He had learned a good deal . . . and was a fairly clever fellow. What he had not learned, however, was this: to find contentment in himself and his own life. The cause of this apparently was that at the bottom of his heart he knew all the time (or thought he knew) that he was in reality not a man, but a wolf of the Steppes."
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