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Nicola Tesla was a brilliant scientist in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. He brought us alternating current for power transmission. He was the inventor of the Tesla coil, used in all automobiles and television sets today, lightning generators and over one-hundred other inventions. Tesla had a keen appreciation of nature, and designed many inventions based on his observations. Two of his inventions, water pumps, and air compressors, were based on the shape of galaxies. The Nicola Tesla air compressor and water pump was based on Intelligent Design theory of a Spiral Galaxy. Models of this invention can be used as an air pump, gas compressor, vacuum pump, turbine and electric generator.
Our enormous size of the Universe comprises billions of galaxies spaced millions of light-years apart, each having billions of stars. The stars are grouped like clouds in a clear blue sky. Each cloud of stars has formed freely in space, having no large external influence that we know of, other than that of an Infinite Creator. Look at the following pictures:
The picture below is a hurricane: The Oracle Education Foundation (no longer on the Internet)
And the third picture is the Spiral Galaxy NGC 1566 in Dorado: http://www.astrosurf.com/antilhue/ngc_1566.htm Note the intense energy at the spherical centers of the galaxies.
Our own Milky Way galaxy is about 100,000 light-years in diameter and 12,000 to 20,000 light-years thick, becoming thinner near its rim. The sun is located about two-thirds of the radius from the center, where the Galaxy is about 2,000 light-years thick. There are about one-hundred billion stars in the Milky Way. It is a typical galaxy in size, shape, and number of stars. All galaxies are rotating. Scientists believe that all galaxies may be moving away from each other, and that some galaxies travel at velocities over 90 percent of the speed of light. Galaxies usually have two arms, evenly balanced on each side, but can have six or more arms.
Each galaxy has arms or spokes radiating out from a bright globe-shaped center filled with stars. The arms form a number 6 with the center. The spiral shape is duplicated throughout nature, from sea shells and snails to the bumps on pineapples, to the bark on palm trees.
The first galaxy shown is rotating counterclockwise from Earth's perspective. The hurricane shown is also rotating counterclockwise. The second galaxy shown is rotating clockwise. Spiral galaxies have an intense amount of energy accumulated in the center with a low energy core that scientists call a black hole in the very center, but not seen in these pictures. The hurricane has a low energy core at its "eye." When Nicola Tesla built a mechanical replica of a galaxy, if he rotated his pump shaped like the first galaxy clockwise, it became an air compressor, sucking air from the atmosphere, and exhausting it through a vent at the center. If he rotated it counterclockwise as shown in the first galaxy picture, it became a vacuum pump, sucking air into the vent at the center. It can also be used as a liquid pump. When the pump rotates clockwise, the centrifugal force is greater at the outer diameter; the air, liquid or gas at the outer diameter has higher velocity, higher pressure than the center. So-called antimatter and black holes are probably the same as we find in a hurricane. When the hurricane rotates counterclockwise, the air at the outside diameter is moving faster than the air in the center. It has high pressure, while the inside has a low pressure. This is the reason hurricanes and galaxies have a hole at the center. If Tesla’s pump is used as a compressor, the air or gas coming out the center can be used as either a refrigerator or an air conditioner. The Tesla air compressor and water pump also used Intelligent Design theory of galaxies, using water or air to turn a turbine to generate electricity.
It appears that galaxies are efficient energy converters. Since they exist in empty space, they have no rotational friction. Yet they may be sucking up gases and matter from inner space and taking it to the outside through a powerful energy transfer process. The bright areas in the middle are most likely ionized gas.
The earth has a rotating vortex in its center, similar to a galaxy. This vortex of moving electrons produces our North and South Poles and is responsible for global warming and cooling in conjunction with Jupiter. Magnets display the same polarity, and therefore, must have a cloud of electrons inside, moving in a vortex. A vortex in the atmosphere is a huge vacuum cleaner like a tornado or water spout, water draining out of your bathtub or a whirlpool in a river. Or it can be a huge wind velocity generator, like a hurricane or tornado.
But notice how tornados generate lightning. The moving electrons generate hundreds of millions of volts through static electricity caused by the friction of gas moving fast past air on the outside of the tornado and hundreds of billions of kilowatts of electricity with each lightning bolt that discharges to the ground. In addition to tornados, there is an average of a hundred lightning discharges per second on earth. This is over 3,300,000 times as much as the world's energy production.
Tesla also discovered that the outer rim of his mechanical galaxy sucked in gas, air or water because of a boundary layer or skin effect. There is a molecular attraction and adhesion of the fluid to moving solid surfaces. This adhesion process with steam condenses the steam to a thin film of water which brings in more energy to the vortex to cause it to rotate. It may be one reason hurricanes and tornados feed on themselves.
The sun is one little star out of billions in one galaxy. There are billions of galaxies. If God made the galaxies out of nothing, what was the purpose? They could not have all been for signs, seasons, days and years, because we can only see them with the most powerful telescopes, and their motion has nothing to do with our seasons. Each of the hundreds of sextillions of stars has an optimum distance where planets could orbit and have optimum temperature for life. Is it possible that somewhere in these sextillion energy machines, there is other life? Philippians 2: 9 to 11 says, "Wherefore God also has exalted Him, and given Him a name which is above every name, that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, in heaven, and on earth, and under the earth, and every tongue should confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God, the Father." Does "knees in heaven" mean spiritual angels only, or are there other physical beings out there? At this time, only God knows, and maybe some of the people who claim they have seen flying saucers think they know.
Aleksander Wolszcan, at Pennsylvania State University believes he found three planets orbiting a pulsar. He believes that planets cause changes in the 160-second outbursts of radio signals coming from the pulsar. NASA planned to add a high resolution spectrograph and camera to the Hubble Space Telescope in 1997 to see if there are planets around two stars, Tau Ceti and Epsilon Eridani, which are less than fifteen light years from earth. The Nicola Tesla air compressor and water pump is based on Intelligent Design theory of a Spiral Galaxy. Models of this design are used for air pumps, air compressors, gas compressors, vacuum pumps, electric generators and turbines. Intelligent Design Theory should be taught in school.
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