14 September 2021, Adelaide, Australia

Australian Scientist Showcases New Electric ‘Death-Beam’ with the capacity to kill at a distance of 500 km.

His Invention is Powerful Enough to Destroy Planes from Hundreds of Kilometers Away.

Defensive Weapon Only

An Australian scientist has developed a weapon which was invented by Nikola Tesla but had never been developed before his passing away, until today.

The Apparatus Will Kill Without Trace

Nikola Tesla, the father of modern methods of generation and distribution of electrical energy, invented the device when he was 78 but passed away before he could develop a working prototype..

After more than 10 years of research and development, Professor Adrian David Cheok has developed a working prototype, and perfected the method and apparatus. The research was funded by the Malaysian Government Agency, Khazanah Nasional, during a 5 year research stint in Johor, Malaysia. After returning to his home town of Adelaide Australia during the Coronavirus Pandemic, he finalised the project with the help of Professors in The University of Adelaide.

The device sends concentrated beams of particles through the free air, with such tremendous energy that they will bring down airplanes at a distance of up to 500km, and can kill soldiers without a trace.

“Death-Beam” is Silent

This “death-beam,” operates silently but effectively at huge distances the curvature of the earth would permit. It is invisible and will leave no marks behind it beyond its evidence of destruction.

The production of the death-beam, the Professor said, involves four new inventions. The first invention, he said, comprises a method and apparatus for producing rays and other manifestations of energy in free air, eliminating the high vacuum necessary at present for the production of such rays and beams. The second is a method and process for producing huge electrical forces. The third is a method for amplifying this process in the second invention. The fourth, he said, is a method for producing a tremendous electrical repelling force.

The voltage used in the device is approximately 50 Million Volts. It expels particles of mercury with immense destructive force.

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