Everything else aside - this question was about where to find Tesla's theory of gravity, and my answer pointed to those that have tried to reconstruct it.
It's interesting that so far that answer has generated a -6, and the answer saying Telsa doesn't know what he's talking about, so even if the theory was available it must be completely wrong has a +4... on a forum supposedly frequented by people of science. :)
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Couldn't "science" be considered the systematic observation of natural events and conditions in order to discover facts about them and to formulate laws and principles based on these facts. If that's right, Telsa, Reich and the Correa's are practising good science - even if their theories are non-conventional, controversial or even completely off track.
Physics is concerned with the energy/matter and motion. In that light, Tesla, Reich and the Correa's are absolutely researching physics. The fact they all had a personal disposition towards philosophy as well, doesn't detract from that, even if it colours their extrapolations.
It's understandable to want to believe what we "know" is "right," especially considering the time and money we invest into learning. Therefore when something challenges that knowledge, it's equally understandable we become defensive and dismissive. I hope we can agree that "defensive and dismissive" without a reasoned basis, are certainly not attributes of someone practising good science. Like Feynman said "science is a culture of doubt." - I daresay this is the reason for the down vote.
The fact remains that all these people have results that are testable, repeatable and have led to the manufacture of operational prototypes that conventional "science" insists are impossible.
I'd like to see truly open discussion of alternative, but well practised physics, rather than dogmatic dismissal of things that don't immediately fit our understandings.
This is a physics forum, my friends. Let's try to be objective and not colour our answers with personal baggage... like I've just done here :)
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