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The San Francisco Tesla Society
Presents a free public lecture by
Sunday, February 13, 2000 1:00 p.m.
at 3220 Sacramento Street (near Lyon)
San Francisco, California
Greg Leyh returns to update us on the current status of his 5 megawatt Advanced Lightning Facility (ALF) - a project to build the largest pair of Tesla coils in the world. Once constructed, the ALF will be capable of generating 300 foot lightning strikes. He will also discuss lessons learned from his Electrum and other high energy Tesla projects and Lorentz guns operating from 1-130 kilowatts.
Greg works as an engineer at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center. He created a non-profit organization "Lightning On Demand" to facilitate his work on Tesla technology (see http://www.lod.org on the Internet) . Greg also works on Survival Research Laboratories projects
( http://www.srl.org ) - an organization that orchestrates theatrical robot-war events world wide.
For more information about the San Francisco Tesla Society or this lecture, call (415) 931-2593 or visit us online at http://www.sftesla.org .
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