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First Lab in Kew, Melbourne Aust. circa 1977, "Kew Lab 1".
 
Chemistry Experiments since 1978, image shows the manufacture of Nitric Acid. 
 
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Space Shuttle 1- 1980.
 
T.U.R.t.l.E. Terrestrial Unimation & Remote conTroLLed Electro-organism, circa 1982 using simple electronic sensors / mechanics to create an autonomous robot with artificial intelligence. It could even "hear" via a sound switch, tell it's name via an onboard monitor, enabling it to also answer verbal questions to a random selection of answers, such as "yes", "no", "definitely", "possibly", "why not" and "try again"!
 
John's Hand cranked/automatic make break Induction coil-1983 that utilises back E.M.F. to power a mains 40W light source.
 
 
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John's 1983 Wimshurst Machine, the two discs are Polyvinyl Records.
 
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Bipolar Tesla Coil/ Ozone Generator 1984.
 
Microwave Oven Transformer / Capacitor Powered Tesla Coil  by Adam, Kew Lab in 1990.
 
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Universal Lamp Tester 1986.
 
Adam's small helical Tesla Coil at John's Doncaster Lab in 1992, made in 1991.
 
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Tesla sitting in his Colorado Springs experimental station with his "Magnifying Transmitter in 1900. 
 
 
Nikola Tesla demonstrating wireless power transmission in 1919. This light source is a prototype induction Fluorescent consisting of a single electrode within an evacuated envelope.
 
 
1KW Mercury Vapour Discharge Light source. These series of images are natural photos, where the subject is illuminated by the light transmitted wirelessly via the Tesla coil.
 
 
A 39W Vacuum Incandescent Light source showing the filament glow wirelessly. Tesla may have used a long exposure in his photographic version, then again his light source, a prototype probably did not have the same efficacy nor the film the same sensitivity as per the modern day equipment used in these series of images.
 
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 Wireless near field Inductive coupling, illuminating a 60W incandescent light source 
 
 
 
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A miniature 40W Valve driven Tesla Coil illuminating 2x 240V 15W incandescent light sources wirelessly at 2.2 MHz.
 
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John Iwaszko Doncaster Lab 1992 charging his body up as a capacitor and discharging a 240V 15W light source between the body's inner "conductor  via his tongue and the outer body via his lips, the dry skin in between behaves as a dielectric.
 
Intel's Wireless power broadcast 2008, of only 30cm distance! using near field Resonant inductive coupling.
 
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Helium Neon Laser/Guns, Stun guns, High Energy 1000,000 Joule 2KV DC Pulsers, John's Doncaster Lab early 1990's.
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John's "AurumSolis" Lab Doncaster 1993 showing the Illumination of a 40W incandescent strip light source's filament via induction using the CB AM radio band (27MHz) amplified to 180W. 
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 5000V 23mA Jacob's Ladder John's Doncaster Lab 1991.
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John's "AurumSolis " Lab Bundoora,  wirelessly lighting a fluorescent light source via the CB AM radio band  (27MHz) first performed in 1995.
 
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Adam's 1.3 Million Volt Tesla Magnifying Transmitter, Reservoir Lab Image 1.
 
To Nikola Tesla, more than any other investigator belongs the greatest credit, in 1893 he publicly demonstrates wireless power. 
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Thomas Raymond Phillips at the London Hippodrome with a twenty-foot dirigible that was wirelessly controlled by "means of a wireless transmitter of electric power" in 1910. This may have been the first lighter than air wireless controlled flight.
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In 1898 Nikola Tesla envisioned using electrically powered aircraft, powered by beams from the ground. In 1901 he began construction to achieve this feat with his  Wardenclyffe Tower, by 1906 construction ceased due to lack of funding.
 World's 1st Solar Powered Helicopter-  21st of August 2010. 
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Based on Tesla's theories, electricity from a transmitter could be  transmitted into Ionosphere where it would be deflected back to the any place of the Earth. Electrical Experimenter -1920.
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It is often erroneously claimed that Tesla invented the “fluorescent lamp” referring to the now obsolete 50/60Hz operated mercury vapour excited fluorescent tube that first went into production in 1938, had a very large diameter of 1 ½ inch (T-12), powered by a "magnetic auxiliary" ballast and a glow switch starter. Apart from the phosphor coating, these “SLF”, Super Low Frequency, operated lamps had very little in common with Tesla’s ultra thin, higher frequency operated tubes that he is shown demonstrating above (left) from the early 1890’s. But had far more in common with the more recent introduction of mercury-less, “green”, environmentally friendly, ultra thin T5 (58 in), T4 (½ in), and T2 (14 inch) - diameter (shown above right), linear light sources introduced more that 100 years later with up to 117 lm/W and could only operate on a higher frequency, (30 -60 KHz), “electronic ballast”.
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Above left, Tesla's exhibition of what looks like neon lighting at the Columbian Exposition in Chicago, 1893. Neon gas was discovered in1898 and true “neon” signs with neon gas were used by Claude from 1910 and became commercial in the early 1920’s, what Tesla devised was a high-frequency, high voltage powered phosphor coated tube that achieved a bright greenish light. He was certainly one of the first innovators of the “neon” sign concept introducing complex patterns 30 years ahead of commercialisation as different gases and/or phosphors are used to achieve the many different colours we see today.
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In the early 1890’s, Tesla experimented with many forms of what we would call today a “compact fluorescent lamp” or “CFL”, one example is shown on the left. The first version of a thin diameter bent glass tube into a shape was introduced by Philips, the “SL” in 1980, (shown bottom right); used a folded T4 tube and a mercury amalgam with integral magnetic ballast and operated at a mains frequency of 50/60 Hz. In 1983 Thorn launched its own CFL that would give a square illuminated area, shown top right. In the early 1990’s high frequency “CFL’s” were introduced, therefore it took over 100 years after Tesla’s initial discoveries to develop a commercially viable high frequency operated CFL.
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In 1894 Tesla obtains U.S. Patent 0,514,170 ("Incandescent Electric Light"), which describes a plasma lamp. This patent is for one of the first high-intensity discharge lamps. Tesla called this invention the single terminal lamp, or, later, the "Inert Gas Discharge Tube". AurumSolis experimented with “plasma lamps” from the early 1980’s, almost 100 years after Tesla’s patent; “plasma lamps” became a popular commercial product.
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AurumSolis began experimentation with “Plasma lamps” in 1982, with virtually any light source they could get their hands on and documented every type of effect that was obtained; it was found that even different brand light sources of the same type demonstrated varying effects and colours, shown above are just a few examples where inert gas type/s, internal pressure, voltage, current, frequency and geometry create differing effects. The first three lights sources on the top row are a G125, crown silver, far left operated from 20KV 30 Hz, 40KV 30 Hz and 360KV 0.8KHz, Second row from top, 500W GES GLS with 30KV 25KHz, middle and far right a 100W BC G95 illuminated with 60KHz 100 KV and then 2.2MHz 300 KV. 3rd row to 4th row left to right, a 39W ES G125 at 240V 50Hz, then the remainder of the images show operation with 400V18MHz HF at various geometrical positions in relation to the output terminal. Far left, bottom row, in combination with a 2.2MHz 300 KV field.
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Top row, in a US patent of 1891, refer- US 455069 A, Tesla describes an arc lamp that has a “hermetically-sealed receiver from which the air has been exhausted or replaced by an inert gas, and, second, by placing two independent conductors in a receiver or globe and partially exhausting the air there from”, Second row, modern day versions, from left, a 35W CDMT Metal halide arc lamp, a single ended HTI 100W and a mercury short arc lamp. In the 1930s, improved lamps of the modern form, led to widespread use of mercury vapour arc lamps for general lighting. In the configuration that Tesla specified, came onto the market for commercial lighting by the mid 1980’s, 94 years after Tesla’s patent.
 
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Left Nikola Tesla demonstrated electrodeless lamps in his lectures and articles in the 1890's, and subsequently patented a system of light and power distribution on those principles. Right, Philips introduced their QL induction lighting systems, operating at 2.65 MHz, in 1990 in Europe 100 years later.
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Obsolete, antique incandescent light sources from the author’s collection include the following, 1/ Philips 210-260V 60W 16CP, 3 Loop Carbon Filament, Made in Holland, 2/ GEC 230-250V 130W, 4 Coil ‘Robertson’ Carbon Filament, Made in England, 3/ GEC 230-250V 65W, 5 Coil ‘Robertson’ Carbon Filament, Made in England, 4/ Philips 230V 32CP, 3 Loop Carbon Filament, Made in Holland, c. 1920, 5/ Crookes phosphor coated cathode rayFlower Petal Tube’ c.1890’s, top left image-activated, 5000V AC/DC, Made in England 6/ Crompton 260V 15W ‘Castellated’ Tungsten Filament Sign Lamp, Made in Japan, 7/ Osram 100V 20W ‘Straight Up & Down’ also referred to as a ‘squirrel cage’ vacuum tungsten filament lamp, Made in England, c. 1920, 8/ Mazda 110V 20W Navy ‘squirrel cage’ vacuum tungsten filament lamp, Pat Nov 8-1904, 9/ Philips 220-230V “N” 50CP ‘squirrel cage’ vacuum tungsten filament lamp, c. 1920, 10/ Mazda 110V 40W ‘squirrel cage’ vacuum tungsten filament lamp, c. 1930, 11/ Unknown only visible marking is “3706” ‘squirrel cage’ vacuum tungsten filament lamp c. 1920, and 12/Commercial Plasma lamp ‘Nebula Ball’ c. 1994, Made in Taiwan. All lamps except no’s 5 & 12 have a BC base, all lamps are functional! Most envelopes had the exhaust nipple on top of the envelope up until the 1920's.
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My antique replica of a Crookes phosphor coated cathode rayFlower Petal Tube’  first made in the 1890’s,  requires a high voltage of approx. 5000V AC / DC.
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A simpler and far safer version of the carbon arc furnace that can be used with low voltage, high current DC, (such as from a car battery) or even AC. A graphite crucible can be purchased from a jewellery tool supplier, the negative of the high current DC supply is connected electrically to the crucible the positive cathode is connected to the carbon rod shown within and the arc is started and slowly drawn away.

AurumSolis Technologies

  Inspiring Technological Innovation

                                                   

THE EARLY YEARS -1970's to 1990's

Wouldn't it be fantastic to rid our homes and work places from all those messy electrical cables and battery charges that we see dangling everywhere, well the good news is that all electrical devices and gadgets, including transportation vehicles such as cars and planes, could be supplied with electrical energy delivered wirelessly through space. This is just one of many innovations that AurumSolis Technologies developed and actively promoted to potential investors from the late 1980's and onwards. The directors of AurumSolis have been interested in science since the age of 5. From humble beginnings as a brother team, Adam James Iwaszko and John Roman Iwaszko, developed many seemingly impossible ideas into practical realities. Both shared a great interest in science from early primary school days, with virtually no cash flow, began building their own scientific equipment into a laboratory originally in their room mainly from scrap, junk, everyday household goods and used equipment. In 1980 when aged 14 and 12 respectively they read about the Great Nikola Tesla, who forever changed the course of their experimentation.

airplanes3.1Balsa wood rubber band aircraft from 1974,  control line- Aeroflyte - "Cherokee" with a Max-OS15 methanol glow plug engine and muffler-1978, hot Air and Hydrogen Balloons with internal light source 1978.

Building Telescopes, Microscopes, astronomy, microscopy documentation and experimentation since 1977.

Kew "SBR" (Scientific Biological Research) LAB 2 1980.

various electronicsElectronics/ Physics Apparatus and Equipment development, includes Radiometers-1981, Crookes Maltese cross Tube-1985, Crystal sets-1978, AM radio Transmitter-1981, Electroscopes Mechanical and electronic valve driven-1980, Automatic controls, Sun Powered Radio Amplifier-1982, Holographic 3D projector-1982, Miniature Relay induction coil -1983, Plasma Lamps-1983, Solar Radiant Transmutation experiment 1994.

flurorocksGemology-Crystals, meteorites and Tektite collecting including the manufacture of a giant 120mm copper sulphate crystal in 1980, artificial (poor quality) black diamonds in 1982, John's first Tektite find in 1984.

 

THE 1990's to PRESENT

 

 WIRELESS ELECTRICAL TRANSMISSION

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Adam's Pancake Tesla Coil at the refurbished "Kew Lab 3" in 1991.

plasma experimentsPlasma Experiments, top left - John's Plasma Acoustic Speaker 1990, Top Right - Adams "Caduceus twin serpent" plasma speaker 1991, Middle - Resonant Induction illuminated light sources, Doncaster Lab 1994 and John’s Valve Driven Tesla Coil demonstrating plasma acoustics in 1998.

The original focus was recreating many of Tesla’s experiments, anti-gravity experiments began later in 1982. Most people who build Tesla Coils, do so to generate spectacular effects, but the main aim of Tesla’s research was wireless power transmission. Inspired by Tesla’s original aim they were able to demonstrate wireless electrical transmission across a room to investors which
was later also demonstrated at the Australian Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in 1991 by John, lighting mains powered globes.


The images you see below is a recreation of this demonstration with a small fully self contained Tesla Coil of only 15 Watts output, which was originally designed and built by Adam to illuminate a 14V 1.4w lamp.

Further refinements to this design by John now achieve transmission across a 5 meter long room, lighting common GLS 240V mains voltage light globes of 7 and 15 Watts including the original 14.4V 1.4W lamp and a 14W Fluorescent lamp with great efficiency. 
 
 
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John's kids demonstrating wireless power transmission in 2007, from the early 1990’s AurumSolis demonstrated electrical transmission distances in excess of 5 meters with only 15W, that illuminated mains power globes, in excess of 15W.

 plasma sequenceA miniature 40W Valve driven Tesla Coil Melting an iron pin in air appears to be a sparkler.
 
 
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Adam's 1.3 Million Volt Tesla Magnifying Transmitter image 2.

 WIRELESS POWERED FLIGHT ACHIEVEMENTS

Ever since the dawn of powered flight, it has been necessary for all aircraft to carry on-board fuel-whether in the form of batteries, fuel, solar cells or even human power-in order to stay aloft,  progress in powering aircraft with a transmitter wirelessly through space with electromagnetic waves has been slow.

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Bill Brown and his tethered helicopter on its maiden flight in 1964, a payload of rectenna elements was used to convert microwave power directly to DC power. There was no fuel onboard this craft all the power was delivered wirelessly through space.

Many innovations by John Iwaszko promise a bright future, some of his achievements are shown below.
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World's 1st Induction powered Helicopter -1st of June 2007
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World's 2nd successful Microwave powered Helicopter Flight, with on board rectennas, on- 21st December 2010.
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In a World first experiment on the 1st of December 2011, John R. Iwaszko demonstrated a Free Flight of a Tesla Coil powered Flying Saucer. This achievement brought to life Tesla's vision and dream of wireless powered flight more than a century ago.

Lamps, Lighting and other achievements of AurumSolis Technologies

 
Another Tesla aim was to produce new light sources that had far greater efficacy than the carbon filament light sources of his day. Many practical ideas that Tesla demonstrated and patented took mankind over a hundred years to become commercial realities. Light sources such as today's compact fluorescent lamps as well as the slim T5's  that operate from high frequency currents, as well as the lesser known induction lamps such as the Philips QL and Osram’s Endura lamps. But the main lamp Tesla wanted to compete with commercially was his “carbon button lamp,” the closest commercial application of this idea to date is once again only a spectacular demonstration lamp known as the “plasma” or” Tesla globe”.
 
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In demonstrations in the 1890’s Tesla demonstrated what we would call today “electroluminescent wire”, in the early 1980’s we duplicated these experiments shown right.
 
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Right, these days electroluminescent or “EL wire” is common, shown on the left is an example of our own experiments in the early 1980’s by 2010 “EL” wire is commonly available on the market.

The development of a new light source began to evolve from experiments with our first Tesla coil in 1983, when we were still in high school. Bizarre phenomenon was witnessed when ordinary GLS (General Lighting Service), light sources were placed within high frequency fields. In two experiments with ordinary GLS light sources, of which both were most likely rated between 75 to 100 watts, based on the physical size of their envelopes and filament structure. The first experiment consisted of a GLS marked "Philips, 2, Made in Australia, High Efficiency" rest of markings are not legible and the second a "250V, Made in Australia," rest of markings are also not legible. Both had their filament support structures made of molybdenum with a known melting point of 2,623 °C. These supports fused to small spheres within a Tesla Coil field of only 52 watts power output and yet normally carry currents of 100W with ease!

Referring to the images shown below, “chocolate brown” patches that Eric Dollard, another Tesla Coil experimenter, also described in experiments he performed around the same time, appeared on both light source envelopes that developed from the tremendous amounts of radiation released and this may explain one aspect of the current interest in the so called “Cosmic induction Generator,” which by description may achieve the same effect.

Many other inventors have also claimed anomalous energy production in their devices which is sometimes witnessed or cited, particularly associated with experiments involving electrical discharges from a capacitor or a bank of capacitors with abrupt voltage spikes. The results of the experiments we performed were not expected at the time and as we only had rudimentary test equipment, so impossible at the time to calculate whether the energy output witnessed could be accounted for. Nevertheless, the extremely bright output akin to a carbon arc lamp, that lasted for a few seconds, appeared to be quite remarkable and worth further investigation. This was the first insight that one may be able to create a light source with a very high efficacy and led to further research and development that eventually resulted in the "M.C.L." in the following years.

gls fusionBizarre electrical phenomenon within 240V GLS light sources in 1983. High temperature filament supports fused and may have demonstrated anomalous energy output. These early experiments gradually evolved into the development of the M.C.L. light source.

AurumSolis Technologies began experimentation with practical forms of the "carbon button", slim tube fluorescent, induction, microwave, many forms of plasma arc and resonant induction lamps, associated electronic control gear and even instant re-strike HID. These inventions were fully documented, demonstrated as well as offered to quite a few potential investors in the early 90's. Unfortunately for AurumSolis some of these inventions were independently developed by established commercial lighting companies leaving some of the best such as a practical "carbon button" and forms of plasma resonant arc lamps still open for the taking. Further refinements to Tesla's "carbon button" lamp became the "MCL". One of  the improvements included the development of a low pressure Halogen cycle that made this light source a practical long life lamp, all halogen cycle lamps were high pressure at the time. AurumSolis produced many successful demonstration models such as shown here; and hence the coining of the company name “AurumSolis". In the scientific tradition of systematic naming from the Latin, "Aurum", word for Gold and the Latin phrase "Solis" which is the Sun. 

MCL Range

The name " AurumSolis" as well as the logo were selected in the early 1990's to describe this particular invention, the "MCL", by using ancient symbols such as the snake eating its own tail, the Ouroboros representing cyclicality, with the peacock within, from the ancient alchemical tradition, a symbol representing the rapid cycling through iridescent colours.
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"MCL" is an acronym for Monopolar Cyclic Light source, where some of the light is emitted from a small sphere within an evacuated envelope, a true point source of light that mimics the sun in many ways including the continuous light spectrum it produces. Provisional Patent Applied for: PN3346, 5-6-95, and PO0194, 3-6-96. This ultra energy efficient light source achieves the highest efficacy as compared to any other practical light source on the market to date, even the L.E.D. This Light Source, the MCL, was also independently approved and highly recommended by a NATA registered lab in 1998. Although the MCL came extremely close to commercial manufacture a number of times the closest when investors wanted to buy ELMA (Electric Lamp Manufacturers of Australia) when it was closing down in 2002, but for some reason unknown, at a shareholders board meeting consisting of Crompton, Sylvania, Philips and GEC, the consensus was “the company is to be closed down and there is no possibly that it would be sold as an operating entity.” So still to this day the MCL invention remains dormant. For more information about the MCL click here.

MCL MKIII

To see early prototypes of MCL in action click here.

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Monopolar Cyclic Light Source, (M.C.L.) Which is an energy efficient light source, works via nuclear bombardment of a central bead rendering it to incandescence, with HF and HV alternating currents, secondary illuminance is brought about via nuclear collisions of the bead, sort of a small particle accelerator, third illuminance from the gases under low pressure and HF induction, three lamps in one.
1 incandescent lamp-via nuclear bombardment
2 fluorescent lamp-via evacuated low pressure and HF stimulation
3 induction lamp-via HF field

Some of many other accomplishments of AurumSolis include nuclear fusion in a jar by John (image shown above-far right), plasma speakers, economical chemicals that harden with the application of minute currents. Not to mention the fun recreation of Tesla’s ball of leaping red flame “fire ball”, AurumSolis is not sure if the method devised by Adam is the way he did it!

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Read the article from “Tesla Man out of Time" by Margaret Cheney, Dell Publishing 1981, pg 3-4, reprinted below:-

Fancy yourself seated in a large, well- lighted room, with mountains of curious-looking machinery on all sides. A tall, thin young man walks up to you, and by merely snapping his fingers creates instantaneously a ball of leaping red flame, and holds it calmly in his hands. As you gaze you are surprised to see it does not burn his fingers. He lets it fall upon his clothing, on his hair, into your lap, and, finally, puts the ball of flame into a wooden box. You are amazed to see that nowhere does the flame leave the slightest trace, and you rub your eyes to make sure you are not asleep.

This ball of flame is not the chemical flame produced by magicians but is some high frequency/high voltage AC effect Tesla discovered in the course of his experiments. It is probably the same phenomenon as ball lightning, and Tesla is the only man I've ever heard of who was able to reproduce this in the lab. I don't know if he, himself, was familiar with reports of naturally occurring ball lightning, and I suspect this effect was something he discovered by accident while experimenting toward other goals. The odd flame having been extinguished as miraculously as it appeared. Like the ball of flame, this source-less illumination is another high frequency/high voltage AC effect.

This and much more to come, so stay tuned, pardon the pun!

Insect  Collection, "Kew Lab 2" 1979.

Photography, special effects and film development 1979.
 
 

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Space Shuttle 2- 1981.
 
 
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Experimentation with simple analogue and digital computers-1982. The analogue version shown above converted numbers into electrical current that was fed through a potentiometer. This allowed it to be programmed to multiply, predict weather and even figure the distances that planets were from earth at various times of the year.
 
 
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First Tesla Coil set-up 1983 using a salt water rheostat to limit the current.  
 
 

 
John, Left, Adam Iwaszko, Right, Kew Lab 2, 1983 in front of a home made High Frequency spray charged Van  de Graaff Generator. The Light sources include a Crooke's Radiometer and a Mercury Vapour, illuminated wirelessly from the HF (charge spray) field.
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Adam Iwaszko, "SBR" Kew Lab 1984. 
 
 
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John's solid state Royer - push pull driver circuit Tesla Coil 1986.
 
 
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Fluorescent Lamp Life starter Tester 1990.
 
 
 
Adam's "Pancake" Tesla Coil at John's Doncaster Lab in 1992, made in 1991.
 
 

John's fun recreation of Tesla's Colorado Springs image in 2003.
 
 
 
 

A fun recreation in the style of Nikola Tesla, John Iwaszko illuminating an 85W QL Fluorescent Induction Light source wirelessly with a 2.2MHz valve driven Tesla Coil. This is a natural photo.

2KW Nitrogen/Argon Gas Filled GLS Incandescent Light Source. These series of images are neither a double exposure, nor are they photoshopped, done in the similar way to what Tesla did, in a single exposure.  

 A 3W Neon Glow Light source illuminated wirlessly. The natural colour temperatures of the Light sources in these series of images illuminating the subject are self evident.

A Carbon filament Incandescent light source wirelessly powered by a receiving coil tunes to the resonant frequency of Tesla's Magnifying Transmitter" at Colorado Springs Lab in 1899.

John's kids demonstrating wireless power transmission in 2007.

receiver7John's single loop wireless receiver experiments in 2011, image shows single loop receiver tuned to the Tesla coil seen in the background. These experiments finally led to the development of the "Tesla Coil powered flying saucer" refer below. 


John's "AurumSolis" Lab in Bundoora-2008, a Spectrophotometer is seen on the left and various other electronic  equipment is seen on the right.
Adam's "Aether Solis Enterprises" Lab Reservoir 2012.

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8000V 500mA Monster Jacob's Ladder at Adam's "AurumSolis Enterprises Lab Reservoir 2013.am_CB_GLS3John's "AurumSolis" Lab, Lighting a 240V 25W GLS Incandesent light source wirelessly via the CB AM radio band (27MHZ) using a dipole receiving coil soldered to the lamp-1995.

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Adam's 1.3 Million Volt Tesla Magnifying Transmitter, Reservoir Lab Image 3.
 
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In 1897 Nikola Tesla was the first to construct a vessel which could be controlled from a distance without connecting wires, a wireless controlled boat he called a "teleautomaton” which was demonstrated to the public during an electrical exhibition at Madison Square Garden. 
 
 
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In 1909 three Australians F. J Healey, A. J Roberts and C.H Moreing began performing remote controlled experiments with"Hertzian Waves" with aeroplanes, airships and submarines.  The image above shows A.J. Roberts' wirelessly directed airship exhibit as it appeared on the lecture platform.
 
 
 
World's 1st Laser Powered Helicopter Flight -22nd of August 2010.
 
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 Tesla more than 100 years ago envisioned many different forms of flying craft that receive their energy from a ground based transmitter as per this flying saucer ("UFO") in shape of disc for better aerodynamic properties.
 
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Some of John’s plasma displays from the mid to late 1980’s, right to left, 1. Car induction coil, blocking oscillator circuit, flash tube reflector base with circular fluro bottom & G125 spherical lamp on top. 2. Adjustable oscillation rate-555 timer driven transistor switch blocking oscillator circuit, flyback transformer in cookie jar with coloured 2D fluro sides, xenon flash tubes front and G125 spherical lamp. (magnetic levitation/wireless powered neon candle) 3. Push pull oscillator driven transistor pair, flyback transformer within plant pot base and 500W spherical GES GLS. 4. MOSFET driven push pull oscillator, potted flyback transformer, G125 lamp. 5. Darlington transistor blocking oscillator flyback transformer in coffee jar.
 
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Microwave plasma experiments began in the late 1980’s with tuned antennas of various configurations including, ¼ wave aerials, tuned loop rings with gaps, some achieved ball lightning type effects. Also many different light sources and other evacuated chambers were experimented within microwave radiation chambers and with wave-guides. It was quickly noticed that metal electrodes deteriorate rapidly so was best to design electrode-less chambers which would also allow a multitude of materials such as ceramics, salts and or other elements, even ones that would usually deteriorate electrodes in conventional light sources. Adam drew up many design possibilities but further experiments were not pursued as at the time interest in our safer MCL eventuated and the development of the sulphur lamp a microwave electrode-less light source by Fusion Lighting in the mid 1990’s took our interest away from further development.  
 
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Induction & wireless lighting experiments-Doncaster Lab. 1993.
 
 
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Top row, in the early 1890’s Tesla experimented, demonstrated and patented many forms of a single terminal light source. Bottom Row, AurumSolis began repeating many of Tesla’s experiments that included carbon button lamps in 1984 and silicon carbide in 1985.
 
 
Above and below the first successful MCL-early 1990’s Doncaster lab with single tungsten terminal and xenon low pressure gas fill that lowers the heat conductivity, the large molecule size retards the evaporation of the tungsten bead. To quote Tesla from “THE INVENTIONS RESEARCHES AND WRITINGS OF NIKOLA TESLA” published in the year 1893. “However impracticable this plan of working may appear in many cases, it certainly seems practicable, and even recommendable, in the production of light. A perfected lamp would require but little energy, and if wires were used at all we ought to be able to supply that energy without a return wire. It is now a fact that a body may be rendered incandescent or phosphorescent by bringing it either in single contact or merely in the vicinity of a source of electric impulses of the proper character, and that in this manner a quantity of light sufficient to afford a practical illuminant may be produced. It is, therefore, to say the least, worthwhile to attempt to determine the best conditions and to invent the best appliances for attaining this object.” Page 237
 
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The above is just one of the many passages that inspired us, but according to his writings the central bead would emit tremendous light and would “vaporize" and deteriorate rapidly any material including, ruby, zirconia and diamonds. Tesla tried many refractory substances and had some success with carbon hence; the naming of his light source invention the “carbon button lamp” His greatest reported success was with a new material that began mass production at the time called carborundum-silicon carbide in 1893, initially sold as an abrasive. Interestingly silicon carbide found many later uses in electronic applications such as detectors in early radios around 1907 and much later in light-emitting diodes (LEDs) in 2013, doubling the luminosity and costs by 40 percent, as well as other semiconductor electronics devices that operate at high temperatures or high voltages or both. Tesla was therefore a true pioneer with his investigation with this material.
 
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By the late 1980’s it was clear to AurumSolis that a chemical/gas cycle would maintain the single electrode’s composition that way it could be vaporised and be reformed cyclically. Many experiments such as the above, bottom left, show the difference between having a chemical cycle as opposed to not.

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MCL, the first Commercial Concept prototype in 1995.
 
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Nuclear fusion in a "jar" set-up chamber.
 
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Beginning of "star mode" effect.
 
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Nuclear Fusion "star mode" effect.
 
 
Nuclear Fusion is characterized by the so-called "star mode" where "rays" of glowing plasma appear to emanate from the gaps in the inner grid.
 
fractal globe
 
The elusive “cosmic induction generator”? Image shows an incandescent 240V ES G125 light source within a 400V18MHz HF field at a certain geometrical position or superimposition with a 2.2MHz 300 KV field. Note the fractal like plasma discharges within the envelope of the light source.
 
 Alchemy plasma
 
Carbon Arc Furnace set up from the early 1980’s, a clay plant pot is drilled with holes to accept two carbon rods, which could be scavenged from opened “D” size carbon batteries, the material to be heated is placed within. Initially the rods have to make contact to create a spark/arc and then be slowly separated as the arc becomes bigger. The rods can then be adjusted or regulated to keep the arc at a suitable size. An invaluable tool which can exceed 3,000 °C and very simple to make! To limit mains current we first used a simple salt water rheostat, then later discharge lamp ballasts. If the current is rectified you can even melt common salt to achieve “sodium electrolysis” to form pure sodium, quite a fun but dangerous metal to play with.
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