Patent Exposed: The Flying Saucer of Nikola Tesla
At the end of the 19th century, the most distinguished engineers and scientists declared that no known combination of locomotion and materials could be assembled into a practical flying machine. Fifty years later, it was declared that rocket ship cannot reach the moon, until Nikola Tesla came into the picture. Nikola Tesla is a futurist man who was described as one of the most incredible yet forgotten inventor. Tesla has been recognized for the development of technology that we ignored today. Having a brilliant mind, he probed into the world of antigravity and flight. He sees the world to have a wireless and free source of power. He described his power generator as the simplest kind – big mass of copper, aluminium and steel comprising a rotating and stationary part. Nikola Tesla’s technological breakthroughs and inventions are so advanced.
There is a recent report by Rise Earth regarding the interesting patent which Tesla submitted, entitled “The World’s First Flying Saucer” with a pictorial design alongside. The post appears like an illustration of a UFO you usually see in the film by Steven Spielberg. The most striking part is the fact that the patent was filed one hundred years ago.
Nikola Tesla is one mysterious and innovative man who ever lived. If he hadn’t researched and invented, technology is not as good as today. Aside from having a brilliant mind, his peculiar aircraft called “the world’s first flying saucer” have matched the description of UFOs, which has a discoidal capacitor in order to provide thrust to fly, and on the other part is a small capacitor to control the flying saucer’s direction.
Nikola Tesla was the true inventor of fluorescent light, radio, and the man who gave the world to the electric grid, he is barely remembered because he kept on selling his patents to Edison, J.P. Morgan and Westinghouse to pay for his research on wireless power, gravity control and the aether. Later, he was broke. The lack of funds has led the abandonment of his developments.