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    who knows the answers?

    ok guys, the way this works is someone posts some sort of quiz or question. everyone else tries to guess the answer. the rules are simple;
    1)dont post new topic until the old one is answered.
    2) please dont type the question into google.

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    who invented radio?

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    - Farm Star rear bale spear

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    Murray 624 mower/38" deck

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    Oh my gosh . . . . Nunber 3 first airing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marlin View Post
    Oh my gosh . . . . Nunber 3 first airing!

    marlin; I looked at that pic so long my eyes started to water, how u know the answer, was it a age thing for u!
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    No, the bright light at the top, had to be heavenly.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Marlin View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnH123 View Post
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    Well lets see, you gots your Marconi there and than you gots your Tesla there and than you gots your ,
    safe to assume we can leave the fella out.

    Now we can debate Marconi or Tesla, but I favors Tesla.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Cajun View Post
    Well lets see, you gots your Marconi there and than you gots your Tesla there and than you gots your ,
    safe to assume we can leave the fella out.

    Now we can debate Marconi or Tesla, but I favors Tesla.
    you are correct! marconi piggybacked off of tesla's work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnH123 View Post
    you are correct! marconi piggybacked off of tesla's work.
    Tesla was an eccentric for sure, but a true genius way ahead of his time.
    I'd rank him right up there with Michael Faraday concerning electricity, electromagnetism, etc.

    Shame the way he passed on, broke and in bad shape mentally.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Cajun View Post
    Tesla was an eccentric for sure, but a true genius way ahead of his time.
    I'd rank him right up there with Michael Faraday concerning electricity, electromagnetism, etc.

    Shame the way he passed on, broke and in bad shape mentally.
    I think he was pursuing the idea of trying to harvest the difference in potential between the sky and the earth. He was dreaming of towers that would collect this free electricity and lay the storage and distribution. Damn shame we can't make that work even today.
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