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Terra Verde - January 17, 2014 at 1:00pm

Terra Verde, for January 17, 2014 - 1:00pm

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There's a mythic Tesla and an historic Tesla, and we're not talking about the car company based in Palo Alto. We're talking about the Serbian engineer and inventor who made his way to New York City in 1884. Professor Bernard Carlson (author of Tesla: Inventor of the Electrical Age), Dr. Elizabeth Rauscher, and Dr. JJ Hurtak join host Laura Garzon Chica to discuss what, if anything, Tesla can offer the movement for a cleaner, safter, more equitable, and more efficient energy industry.

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Greetings listeners, I'll be

Greetings listeners,
I'll be the first to admit tackling Tesla is no small task, and this show made me nervous, but I did it anyway. In my effort to handle the three bright brains I had on the other end of the lines, my own brain straggled a bit and I accidentally identified Dr. Elizabeth Rauscher as having had posts at Lawrence Berkeley National Library and Lawrence Livermore National Library, which as far as I know, do not actually exist (I do love libraries, however, let's call it a Freudian slip). Locals I'm sure recognized my error, but I wanted to correct myself for the record nonetheless. Rauscher in fact worked for Lawrence Berkeley National LABORATORY and Lawrence Livermore National LABORATORY. Rauscher set up a LABORATORY at the age of 12, about a year after learning of the man, Nikola Tesla. Learn more about her here: You can also find Drs. Bernie Carlson at and J.J. Hurtak at Thank you. Enjoy!

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