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Dancing Tesla Tee Shirts

You can now buy Dancing Tesla Tee Shirts at Spreadshirt or at Skreened (Skreened is pricier but guarantees all products made in the USA & sweatshop-free). If anyone does buy one, I would love to see a photo or get a review of the quality.

Also, for the two people on this list who aren't already my LJ friends, I have a Cavalcade of Tesla Art going on in that there place!
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This Place Matters Media Event-- Looking for Supporters to Attend!

Join The Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe
“This Place Matters”
Special Event
When: Saturday, May 30 at 10 a.m.
Where: Nikola Tesla’s Wardenclyffe Laboratory
Between Randall Road and Tesla Street, on Route 25A, Shoreham
Who: Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe Board of Directors, Guests, and YOU!
Special Invited Guests: US Congressman Tim Bishop
NYS Senator Kenneth LaValle
NYS Assemblyman Marc S. Alessi
Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy
Suffolk County Legislator Daniel P. Losquadro
Suffolk County Legislator Edward Romaine
Brookhaven Town Supervisor Mark Lesko
Brookhaven Town Councilwoman Jane Bonner
Shoreham Civic Organization President Kevin Ward
and others.

Why: To bring attention to this special and valuable place in our own community. The Tesla
Laboratory was designed by renowned architect Stanford White for his friend Nikola Tesla, the
inventor and developer of radio, alternating current generation, remote control, robotics, neon light-
ing, and much more. It is a place of national historic significance and should be preserved. The National Trust for Historic Preservation
has asked people across America to identify places that are important. They want photographs of people near the places that matter. The
Wardenclyffe site is an excellent example of a significant place that should be protected.
You: Be part of the “This Place Matters” group photograph for inclusion on the website of the National Trust for Historic Pres-
ervation. Learn about the importance of the Wardenclyffe site. Find out how you can help to save this treasure in the Shoreham commu-
Come to support the preservation of this significant place! Let the world know that “This Place Matters!”

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Tesla's only surviving laboratory, Wardenclyffe, is being sold by Afga Corporation for $1.6 million. They have threatened to tear down the buildings and clear the land if the future owners request it. The Tesla Science Center is raising money to buy the laboratory and turn it into a museum for all the kids (and geeky adults) to enjoy.

More information:
- Tesla Science Center homepage
Donate money to the TSC to help buy Wardenclyffe; donations are check-only and are tax-deductible.
Can't donate via check? Donate via paypal through teaberryblue
- Tesla Society page on the Wardenclyffe situation
- Wikipedia: just what is this "Wardenclyffe" anyway?

- NY Times Article
- Slashdot link
- Gizmodo article

- Kate Beaton believes in Tesla (and you should, too)
- Donation information @ teaberryblue

What can you do?
- Donate! Donate directly to the Tesla Science Center (check only), or donate via paypal through teaberryblue (info here)
- Spread the word! The more people know about this, the better. You may link back to this post, or make your own list. There are handy buttons/banners/etc. in this post by teaberryblue. (Feel free to make your own.)
- Write a letter! Consider following the Tesla Society's good example and writing a letter or two to draw attention to the situation. Note: do not act crazy. Tesla would frown upon that.

Have you found any new articles or links on the interwubz which are relevant to the Wardenclyffe situation? Please share in comments!