The Prototye Ready to be Built.
The Starting and Finishing Touch on the Turing Motor.
Inventor’s often claim Picture Thought as a big aid in our creativity. I make the same claim. Below is a quote from Tesla concerning his picture thoughts and how it related to his inventions. Picture thought is far more than a day dream it is an entire different version of human thought. It is the long hand version of human thought .If any ‘experts’ in psychology knew it di Vinci and lots of others would be figured out by now. Our gift of picture thought is entirely exclusive to us and will never be appreciated by the common person . The common person indeed thinks in a different short from of human thought. Sadly this common thought is just that common and too often too shortsighted to allow man to advance. Even worse if mankind were to sit down and listen to us they would often be talking to a “retarded” person or at the least a very odd geek. Of course, people of this caliber just can’t possibly explain the special thought we posses that is the job of the ‘experts’ that know psychology and the mind so well, the very people that assure many of us get into special education or a group home. Often they are not happy until we are there.
For those of us making it threw the hurdles of life and being able to describe our inventions and ideas they fall on a horribly un receptive audience of common people (aka,Experts) that one don’t understand our idea and two simply close their mind as we are usually absent a degree or other accolades necessary to be an official inventor. For sure the human mind in general is not noted for its broad range of thinking and flexibility. If a person is able to think out of the box I applaud them but even those happy hearts will get shoved back in the box by the very peer review ’designed’ to promote new and bold ideals.
Well for the record The Turing Motor is ready for the prototype . This Motor is designed from the flame of combustion backwards. It is designed to use every drop of fuel to the fullest extent possible . The motor fires and unlike everything else on the market today that instantly open the exhaust valve and lets all that heat and energy out of the tailpipe the Turing Motor keeps on using the energy until it is used up. Mix the Turing Motor with Hybird technology and let it start and idle on compressed air and it will be a green earth companion. The Turing Motor promises to be very powerful. Now, weather it passes the court of public opinion remains to be seen and no matter how good it is. Like President Obama being an excellent president there are many stick in the muds like Fox news types that will assure The Turing Motor will get a messy start up. Human nature is that messed up it will not allow for a good idea to prosper. I might have designed a very novel motor but I did not come up with a cure for human stupidity. Until someone does come up with a cure for stupid mankind will be enslaved to Fox news and preachers.
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As a youth, Tesla exhibited a peculiar trait that he considered the basis of all his invention. He had an abnormal ability, usually involuntary, to visualize scenes, people, and things so vividly that he was sometimes unsure of what was real and what imaginary. Strong flashes of light often accompanied these images. Tormented, he would move his hand in front of his eyes to determine whether the objects were simply in his mind or outside. He considered the strange ability an affliction at first, but for an inventor it could be a gift.
Tesla wrote of these phenomena and of his efforts to find an explanation for them, since no psychologist or physiologist was ever able to help him. "The theory I have formulated," he wrote much later, is that the images were the result of a reflex action from the brain on the retina under great excitation. They certainly were not hallucinations, for in other respects I was normal and composed. To give an idea of my distress, suppose that I had witnessed a funeral or some such nerve-wracking spectacle. Then, inevitably, in the stillness of the night, a vivid picture of the scene would thrust itself before my eyes and persist despite all my efforts to banish it. Sometimes it would even remain fixed in space though I pushed my hand through it. (Tesla, My inventions: My early life. Electrical Experimenter; February 1919)