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Preliminary program – The Tesla Science Foundation Memorial Conference: “Wireless Transmission of electric energy – Tesla Laboratory Colorado Springs”

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Preliminary  program – The Tesla Science Foundation Memorial Conference: “Wireless Transmission of electric energy – Tesla Laboratory Colorado Springs”

January 8th 2017  11am-6pm

Crystal room, Wyndham New Yorker Hotel

481 8th Ave, New York, NY 10001

Host: Lana Asanin   http://lanaasanin.com/

Live streaming: Kevin Wood www.kevinwood.com/

The Tesla Science Foundation’s project “Tesla’s People”- documentary;

filming continues at this event, collaboration with Zeljko Mirkovic http://optimisticfilm.com/

Tesla Talk TV , TSF starts filming;  project “Teslin Narod” -”Tesla’s People”




12 pm:

Opening statements:

      • Nikola Lonchar, President, The Tesla Science Foundation
      • Mirjana Zivkovic, Consul General, Republic of Serbia
      • Zvezdana Stojanovic Scott  Communications director- TSF Report 2016/17     


Joe Kinney – “Why New Yorker Hotel”

Video – Colorado Springs and Jagodina, Serbia, video

Harry Oung – “From Single-Wire-Resonance to The-True-Wireless”

Ashley Redfearn  Motivating Change Through the Legacy of Nikola Tesla in Education

David Pokrajac  “Methodology of discovery in science and technology”

1:30-1:45, coffee break

George Burden – What happens to the wireless transmission of energy?

Nikola Lonchar  New energies and global problems

Olivia Paranos – President of Tesla Science Foundation, Athens

Susan A. Kornacki, New Energy Movement – “Resonant Leadership in Transitioning to New Emerging Global Technologies”

Devin Klender – Special introduction into Guy Obolensky’s work

Philip Baldwin Integrating Arts and Sciences: STEM to STEAM in 360 using the Tesla sites as social media vr.

Nicholas A. Baio, CBH Global Development and Design  “Tesla Innovation Center for Hydro Power”

Marc Seifer –  Tesla and Colorado Springs -to be confirmed

3:15 – 4pm, Intermission

Milan Bandic Mayor of the city of Zagreb and Dragica Mihajlovic, president of

“Tesla – Genius for the Future” organization present their work

Sherry Kumar – Visiting places where Tesla lived and worked, travel tour

Robert I. Sutherland-Cohen“Connecting Tesla to All Ages,  author of the book: “Tesla For Beginners”

Mano Divina “If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.”- Nikola Tesla

5:15-6pm, Panel discussion  Hosts: Ashley Redfearn and Andrew Murray

6-7pm, Tesla spirit awards

  1. Mirjana Zivkovic, Consul General, Republic of Serbia
  2. Dragica Mihajlovic, President, Tesla – Genius for the Future organization
  3. Milan Bandic Mayor of the City of Zagreb, Croatia
  4. Anamarija Stepanovic (Nikola Tesla School, Washington DC)
  5. Nikola Tesla school, Jagodina, Serbia
  6. City of Jagodina, Serbia
  7. Harry Oung – TSF Board member for 2016

Performance video:

Mano Divina World Premiere video Theremin and Musical Coil

Closing Statement



The Tesla Science Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the life, legacy and scientific innovations of Nikola Tesla.   Having successfully hosted numerous lectures, seminars, forums – to include the annual Energy Independence Conference and Tesla Memorial Conference – our Foundation is the most active Tesla related organization in the United States today.  Through our dedicated efforts and generous support from our contributors,  the Tesla Science Foundation network of distinguished scientists, engineers, academics, artists, students and other Tesla enthusiasts worldwide continues to grow.  Visionary and scientist  Nikola Tesla is included in the UNESCO Memory of the World register.

Tesla Science Foundation http://teslasciencefoundation.org



TESLAS PEOPLE – Seventh media conference of Diaspora and Serbs in the region

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TESLAS PEOPLE – Seventh media conference of Diaspora and Serbs in the region


The Association of Journalists of Serbia (UNS) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs – Directorate for Cooperation with the Diaspora and Serbs in the region invite you to a media conference Diaspora and Serbs in the region.

TOPIC: Annual Media Conference of the Diaspora and Serbs in the region

Press UNS / Tuesday, December 27, 2016 at 11 am

The conference will be held on December 27, starting at 11 am, the press center of the Association of Journalists of Serbia (Knez Mihailova 6 / III).

The seventh conference will be devoted to strengthening the online capacity of organizations and associations of Serbs in the Diaspora and the region, their role in informing and promoting the Serbian community abroad, the benefits of using online media, as well as the importance of training for work on the Internet.

The conference will be presented research on the internet performance and representation on the networks of associations and organizations of Serbs in the Diaspora and the region, as well as proposals for their improvement. The conference will be organized workshops on content creation, promotion on social networks and the visibility of the site.

Organizations and associations in the Diaspora and the region, the media and other interested parties will be able to showcase their media projects for Diaspora and Serbs in the region.

Live broadcast of the event can be monitored via live stream section on http://presscentar.uns.org.rs/live-stream.html


Tesla Memorial Conference – “Wireless Transmission of electric energy – Tesla Laboratory Colorado Springs”

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Tesla Memorial Conference – “Wireless Transmission of electric energy – Tesla Laboratory Colorado Springs”
Tesla Memorial Conference: January 8th 2017 1-6pm “Wireless Transmission of electric energy – Tesla Laboratory Colorado Springs”  

Chrystal room, Wyndham New Yorker Hotel
 481 8th Ave, New York, NY 10001

Group of Tesla enthusiasts, members of the Tesla Science Foundation USA and Chapter Serbia have decided to make a replica of Tesla’s Laboratory  in Colorado Springs. This laboratory would be built in the Republic of Serbia.
The Tesla Science Foundation USA is inviting all people interested in this subject with possibility to recive more suggestions as addition to this project.
We have collected some documentation  to build a replica of Colorado Springs Laboratory. This laboratory will host the experiments and we are hoping to complete full existing documentation of Tesla’s work. Our goal is to make free energy and communications available for everyone in the world.
Nikola Tesla once said that energy is a gift from God and no one has special right to it.
Solving the energy crisis will provide peace around the world.
“Wireless power would be transmitted by creating ‘standing waves’ in the earth by charging the earth with a giant electrical oscillator that would make the earth vibrate electrically in the same way  a bell vibrates mechanically when it is struck with a hammer…” – Nikola Tesla 

Send your application and suggestions to nikolalonchar@gmail.com or zvezdana.teslascience@gmail.com

Deadline for participation applying  is December 20th 2016!

Invitation to Join The Tesla Science Foundation

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Invitation to Join The Tesla Science Foundation

For the past 12 years, since the birth of the Tesla Science Foundation (TSF) in The United States and Serbia, we have branched out and brainstormed on how to encourage younger generations to better understand Tesla and his work. We have held a large amount of conferences, meetings, and celebrations, and have not yet reached our goal, but we did not give up. Many “Tesla’s people” (this is what we call all of the enthusiasts who study and promote Tesla’s character and work) gave us many ideas and discussions. We believe that we now have enough experience in order to open a discussion on the future work of the TSF and the cooperation of the Tesla enthusiasts, professionals, and our associates around the world.

Our primary goal is to motivate younger generations to get involved and to learn and comprehend Tesla’s character and work, as well as, his thoughts of a better tomorrow. We have incorporated all of his philosophies in a traveling exhibition: “Tesla: Past, Present, Future”. We have broadened our horizons by offering after school assembly classes, which still need some development. The Tacony Academy Charter School in Philadelphia, along with their administration and wonderful teachers have helped to make this possible.

With the cooperation and collaboration with schools in Serbia, the TSF has had new dimensions and perspectives of the project as a whole. We look forward to working alongside the Nikola Tesla School in Jagodina, which won 1st place in a competition about Nikola Tesla and his inventions; the TSF and the University Singidunum in Belgrade prepared this contest. The teachers of this school have prepared a fantastic program called, “Energiju Stedim, Vise Vredim (Energy saved is worth more)”. It is a program that should be introduced into all schools, globally.

One of our teachers had an idea to write a script, so that the students could learn and perform a play on Tesla and his work. The play is based on, “Tesla: Past, Present, Future”. The play will be performed at the utmost professional standards. Our foundation members in Serbia are working alongside professionals who make and replicate Tesla’s inventions and the Nikola Tesla Museum in Belgrade. The script will be available for free download from our website, as well as images and music that can be set during performances.

However, we have a small problem that needs to be resolved.

Unfortunately, many teachers know little to nothing about Tesla and very often in the course of their education and media are misinformed. We need to set the record straight. This is why we decided to invite all professionals to describe and write one part of Tesla’s life and teachings. This will be published in an ABC book for teachers and pupils. The book will be translated and printed in English as well. We will try to obtain verification from the Nikola Tesla Museum in Belgrade, in order to ensure the accuracy of the information provided.

Additionally, we wish to inform you that we are in the final phase of forming two studies (one in Serbia and one in Philadelphia). This will significantly contribute to helping spread the knowledge of Tesla. We have interviewed the Tesla experts on our digital platform. We organize weekly webinars, where viewers can participate in the modern Tesla story.

In order to promote Tesla, our greatest scientists and innovators, his work and his philosophy of life, we invite you to get involved in one of the following ways:

1. Submit your work on Tesla that you would like published in the book, including your name.

2. Submit topics that you would like to discuss on TeslaTalk.TV digital platform.

3. Suggest ways that we can expand and educate the truth about Tesla globally.

Thank you for all of your cooperation. I look forward to hearing from you!
Warmest regards,

Nikola Lonchar
Tesla Science Foundation
(484) 955-0545


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January 8th 2017 

1pm – 6pm 

Group of Tesla enthusiasts, members of The Tesla Science Foundation USA and Chapter Serbia have decided to make a replica of Teslas Laboratory in Colorado Springs. This Laboratory would be built in Republic of Serbia.

The Tesla Science Foundation invites all people interested in this subject with possibility to recive suggestions as addition to this project. We have collected some documentation to build a replica of Colorado Springs Laboratory. This laboratory will host the experiments and we are hoping to complete full existing documentation of Tesla’s work. Our goal is to make free energy and communications available for everyone in the world.

APPLY NOW – deadline December 20th 2016!
nicolalonchar@gmail.com & zvezdana.teslascience@gmail.com

2016 Report – The Tesla Science Foundation

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2016 Report  – The Tesla Science Foundation

Since our founding, the Tesla Science Foundation has been  organizing monthly meetings in Philadelphia , where the new members are introduced, including scientists, book writers, inventors, and others who come tell about what they do that is connected to Nikola Tesla.

In 2014, Tesla’s People project was started. With the film director Zeljko Mirkovic, we are making a Tesla Nation film and  a television series about people that are involved in Tesla projects.

Two artists, Bojan Mikulic and Luka Radojevic, joined the team. They create beautiful pieces of artwork and our organization donates their work to the institutions who can further spread the knowledge about Tesla.  They made it  possible for us to make this idea come true.

So far, 9 bronze busts of Tesla have been donated to the following institutions:

Franklin Institute of Science in Philadelphia: This was the result of several years of relationship with the Franklin Institute. The TSF takes part in the Science Fair every year, as special guests. The reception and the ceremony of a Tesla bust unveiling was held, where the representatives of the institute, of the city of Philadelphia, representatives of the consulates and embassies amongst many other guests. Local and international media were also present.


Town of Rahway,NJ:  Nikola Tesla was a town resident and owner of Tesla Electric Light & Manufacturing company in 1887.

Many people there remember Tesla, and we were welcomed by the town’s Mayor and the town’s representatives for the ceremony. Tesla’s bust now proudly stands where once his first electric street lights were installed at the Rahway Train Station.

City of Leskovac and “To Build Tesla’s Tower in Serbia” organization. A relief plaque of Nikola Tesla was also donated to the hydroelectric power plant  Vucje near Leskovac, one of ten of that type built in Serbia, made in the same principles like Tesla’s Niagara Falls.

The New Yorker hotel in Manhattan: Where Tesla lived and worked, where thousands of people  every month will be able to see it and learn about Tesla.

The Cleveland Cultural Gardens: in the city of Cleveland, where a previously installed bust of Tesla had been stolen in the previous year.

-American Embassy in Belgrade, Serbia, at the special ceremony during the Anniversary of celebration of the only day that Nikola Tesla, a Serbian American inventor was visiting Belgrade.

Banja Luka, in Republika Srpska for the main city park, located prominently in front of their courthouse.

University of Izmir, Turkey,  for their sculptural garden and to mark the cooperation between the two organizations.

Electrical Engineering University in Kosovska Mitrovica, in the Serbian province called Kosovo and Metohija. Tesla’s mother Djuka comes from the area which is also considered the cradle of the Serbian State.

The Voluntary center in Denmark, that named their school after Nikola Tesla.


The purpose of all of these donations are to further promote Tesla, make him seen again and noticed, to provoke questions and teach people about who he was and all of the wonderful things he did for the humanity.

Through our program, with several levels of donations, we also donate bronze plaques, our “Tesla Spirit Awards”, to every school that begins using Tesla’s curriculum, that we started with our good friends, the Tacony Academy in Philadelphia. Tacony Academy was our partner in building the Tesla Curriculum, one of the most important projects that we continue working on.

The TSF also awarded dozens of deserving individuals with mini Tesla busts, medals or coins:


The Serbian Orthodox Church in NYC received a bronze relief, for all of their help and their welcoming hands in NYC. 

-A Nikola Tesla relief plaque went to the Tesla Gallery at the Discovery Museum in Little Rock, Arkansas.

-In the future, every school named after Nikola Tesla will get a plaque as a present from our foundation.

-The TSF is working with many groups and institutions like the Art Institute of Philadelphia, who are creating promotional videos for the foundation.


The TSF takes part in the Evolve Festival Every year.

The TSF connected with the UN, and with the UNESCO. 

The organization took part in the Tesla Conference in Belgrade in 2015, organized by another Tesla group from Serbia, as well as  the Conference in Izmir, Turkey, organized by the Turkish Tesla organization.

Since the founding, the TSF organizes two annual conferences in the US, one in July in Philadelphia as a Tesla birthday celebration and one in NYC in January, for the commemoration of his death.

In 2015, the TSF expanded the organization by adding the Tesla Science Foundation chapter in Serbia. Two very successful events were held there, they consisted of  art and science exhibits, concerts, lectures, meetings. The organization worked with the Tesla Museum in Belgrade and many other Tesla related organizations and individuals.

 A annual student competition in knowledge about Nikola Tesla and his inventions was started in Belgrade.  The best school (Nikola Tesla School in Jagodina) and students received the bronze plaque for their school and children were invited to the capitol to receive the awards and visit Tesla museum.

The TSF is currently working on starting chapters in Athens, Stockholm, and Sedona, Arizona.

A Tesla Traveling exhibit was created by the Foundation, called “Tesla , Past, Present and Future”, the largest one after the Tesla Museum in Belgrade. The organization installs it in different educational institutions around the US, for more people to learn about the scientist, his life, his inventions and accomplishments.


The TSF is currently working on Tesla TalkTV.  Tesla Talk will be a virtual internet TV station, connecting  Tesla enthusiasts from all around the globe. It will be a base of all of the Tesla’s people and projects. At the moment, two studios are being equipped,  in Belgrade and Philadelphia.


Since 2008, the TSF  has held around 200 meetings, conferences, lectures and promotions. The TSF facebook pages have over 20,000 people that follow the work of the organization. Tesla Talk and Webinars are used to connect with people from all around the world.

The TSF has helped MANY people write books and make films about Tesla.

The organization also maintains an extensive art and memorabilia collection about Tesla.


In the US, the TSF has been working with different Tesla organizations, like Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe, The Tesla Memorial Society of New York, Tesla Museum, Tesla Motors, Nikola Tesla Institute in Brazil and others.

The organization is always looking for partners, new ideas and projects.

Another celebration of Tesla is being planned in Belgrade, Serbia for 2017.

The festivities will include several days in the capitol and several days of travel to Tesla’s birth place, museum in Croatia where he lived, Belgrade museum -with the largest collection of the artifacts, and where his ashes are, to the hydroelectric plants based on his inventions. The travel may include other European places in Tesla’s path.

The members of the Tesla Science Foundation  are all volunteers, scientists, artists, musicians, teachers. They all work hard and try to make the difference in recognizing our genius and his wonderful ideas.

Zvezdana Stojanovic Scott 









LANA ASANIN Tesla PR Director & TeslaTalk Host Biography

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LANA ASANIN Tesla PR Director & TeslaTalk Host Biography

Actress , TV Host, Model and Blogger, Lana Asanin was born on September 29 in Frankfurt, Germany of Serbian decent. She started her career by participating in beauty contests at the age of 17.  Her dream was to become a Model.

Lana focused on academics and majored in politics and history. With her fascination on languages, she was later ranked first in her school. She was able to speak German, Spanish, French, English and Serbian. Lana finished studying import/export in fashion.

Her ability to speak on multiple languages with expertise in fashion would serve her well throughout her modeling career.

After her degree and as an 18 year old model, Lana Asanin traveled extensively throughout Europe & Asia. She was now supporting herself and was completely self-sufficient. Lana has been featured on several covers such as UNIQ Magazine, FHM,  MAXIM, Cosmpolitan, Metro, 944 and People Magazine.

A dynamic model and host, Lana got her first big television break in the Philippines. She starred in 5 TV Shows and 2 Movies, most of which were created for her. Some of the TV shows included E! Entertainment, Easy Dancing and Eat Bulaga (the #1 Show in the Philippines). Lana has appeared in several International and National commercials such as Nescafe, LG Electronics, Shell, Sunkist Soda and Coca-Cola.

After spending almost 5 years in the Philippines, she decided  to take her chance and travel to America to further pursue her acting, hosting  and modeling career. In California, she hosted TV programs such as  “Helping America”, “PenPal Me”, “Bellantino” and “Aztepaca”.  Some of her film credits are Entourage, The Mentalist, Deal or no Deal, Corporate Profile, and Laura Geller Cosmetics.

Lana Asanin decided to make another move to New York City, where she still resides. She was soon busy in footwear trade shows like Ann Taylor, Michael Kors, Karl Lagerfeld, Steve Madden, Sam Edelman, Esprit, XOXO, Kensie, JC Penney and Fergie.

Lana starred in a leading role with an award-winning movie

“NYC Rooftop Story” www.nycrooftopstory.com with awards and nominations from IndieFest Film Festival, Madrid International Film Festival, International Film Festival of New York City, Buffalo International Film Festival and New Filmmaker NYC Film Festival.

This multilingual actress is also an avid ballroom dancer of salsa, rumba, cha-cha and tango.

Currently, her latest venture in business is a Lifestyle blog that she started about 2 months ago with RCAT Media Production at https://rcat.media. Her blog topics ranging from Fashion, Beauty, Traveling, Food, Decorating, Cars etc. She believes that the social media is a very powerful tool in changing the landscape of information sharing.

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