The photo at left is a small Tesla coil built by Vancouver scientist Josef Tyls and demonstrated at a New Energy Movement Canada meeting 2 years ago. Its discharge was impressive, but the photo doesn’t have sound effects. For the full experience go to YouTube to see and hear ArcAttack, a wild musical/technological Performance Art group from Austin, Texas, with two macho Tesla coils onstage and a hooded performer in protective mesh outfit in between the coils, dancing with lightning. I hope this fun group uses their fame to inform people about what Tesla could do — beyond throwing bolts of electricity. Later in his life he discovered how to work with what he called Radiant Energy and what some experimenters today call “cold electricity” — a quality of electricity that’s safer and operates quite differently than the relatively coarse type of electricity we use today. It’s good news!