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 FH says:​...Then Al starts to say that Tesla was brought back into the scene on the invisibility issue in 1934. FH says:​...Then Al starts to say that Tesla was brought back into the scene on the invisibility issue in 1934.
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 BP says:...I don't know if Bielek has copies or not but he might know by reading Popular Mechanics Page 645, May 1934. The one page I have is entitled "​Photographs Show a Man Becoming Invisible",​ I don't know if there are more pages but I think not. Not a word about Tesla in it tho. BP says:...I don't know if Bielek has copies or not but he might know by reading Popular Mechanics Page 645, May 1934. The one page I have is entitled "​Photographs Show a Man Becoming Invisible",​ I don't know if there are more pages but I think not. Not a word about Tesla in it tho.
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 "With both hands he touches contact gloves above his head and an electric current is switched on. As the current becomes stronger, it is claimed that the man seems to become transparent,​ then gradually vanishes, the feet disappearing first, followed by the rest of the body, and finally the head. The subject then is said to be tangible but not visible. Spectators are invited to verify the man's presence in the cabinet by a touch of the hand, and maintain they can feel he is still there but are unable to see him. Even the eye of the camera does not reveal the secret. Photographs taken during successive stages of the vanishing act, show only what the human eye perceives."​ "With both hands he touches contact gloves above his head and an electric current is switched on. As the current becomes stronger, it is claimed that the man seems to become transparent,​ then gradually vanishes, the feet disappearing first, followed by the rest of the body, and finally the head. The subject then is said to be tangible but not visible. Spectators are invited to verify the man's presence in the cabinet by a touch of the hand, and maintain they can feel he is still there but are unable to see him. Even the eye of the camera does not reveal the secret. Photographs taken during successive stages of the vanishing act, show only what the human eye perceives."​
  
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