A public lecture delivered by E. Everret Coop of the Institute of Inflamatory Studies on the 100th anniversary of Telsa's Demise.
This great institute is founded on the site of Thomas A Telsa's workshop as well on the foundation of his discoveries. Our motto is Telsa's famous dictum: Anything is flammable if you flam it hard enough.
Telsa was working in a time when we lived in isolated communities separated by the uncertainty of travel by water and the discomfort of travel by foot.
Until, Thomas Alva Telsa discovered and conquered the inflamatory properties of Levitatium (Blue Coal), developed the first floatng machine and organized the TelsaCombine.