Heat Without Fuel. Hitching Our Chariot to the Sun
Chauncey M'Govern Pearson's Magazine
Wonder, Energy, Electricity, Hydrography, Dynamics, Heat
Comments that 'After Marconi's feats of wireless telegraphy incredulity seems to have no foothold left in the regions of electrical and mechanical science', and consequently urges readers to 'dismiss the scepticism which rises unbidden' at the attempts of Nikola Tesla, 'the Wizard of the West', to 'dispense with fuel and use concentrated sunlight instead'.
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