The goal of $30,000 is for air-time during the last Football Game before December 21st 2012, a NFL Monday Night Football Game, NY Jets vs Tennessee on December 17th.
The demographic targeting for the Prime Time NFL Football Game TV Commercial will be focused on Long Island, New York State and the Eastern Seaboard. A nationwide, 30 second prime-time commercial would require a funding campaign of approximately $300,000.
The idea is to repair Tesla's Reputation in 30 seconds, present the Reputation Savior "Do It Yourself Kit" (Reputation Management E-book & DVD Tutorial) to 110 Million Viewers and to educate the public about a future crowd-funded Tesla Science Center. The theme is a 2013 verison of the 1965 Cartoon.
The budget for the initial commercial is 25% for cost of goods, 25% for production, 10% for fees and 40% toward the tv commercial air-time. The more contributions, the more air-time we will buy, even nationwide.
The Perks for your contribution will be based on products designed off of one or more Tesla's 1000 Patents or Patent Applications. You'll get something you can use! Also, in case you're worried about December 21st 2012, your Perks will arrive before then and may become very useful, whether you're enjoying the new Millinea or the Football Game.
Perks will be applied to total contributions on this and follow-up campaigns by November 5th 2012, the 111th Anniversary of his November 5th 1901 Patent for "Apparatus for Utilization of Radiant Energy".
Future Goals of a Pre-Game or Prime Time Super Bowl XLVII Commercial for Superman vs Tesla may include:
Goal of $700,000 for a Pre-Game 30 Second Super Bowl Commercial
$250,000 - Have your company on a Prime Time Super Bowl XLVII Commercial with ReputationSavior.com
Goal of $5,000,000 for a Prime Time 30 Second Super Bowl Commercial
$1,000,000 - Get the Nikola Tesla Nucleo-Magnetic "The Disk" Patent Applications from 1958-1962 and 60 Related Blue-Prints and Documents. Build your own Spacecraft. A One-Of-A-Kind Item.
$1,000,000 - Have your company on a Prime Time Super Bowl XLVII Commercial with ReputationSavior.com
More on the Perks you get based on your Total Amount Contributed by November 6th 2012:
) Everyone above $13 Gets the Digital Download of Tesla's Patents
) Everyone above $99 Gets Free Advertising on our Super Bowl Shopping Network
) Everyone above $199 Gets a Free Digital Dowload or DVD/Book of the ReputationSavior.com Online Reputation Management Personal "Do It Yourself Kit" & The Complete List of 700+ Tesla's Patents in Google, Patent Office on your own R2-D2 Unit 8GB USB memory stick
) Everyone above $499 Gets a Free Digital Dowload or DVD/Book of the ReputationSavior.com Online Reputation Management Company "Do It Yourself Kit"
Reputation Savior's owner, Chris Edwards was one of the early founders of online comparison-shopping in 1996 with his early work with Price.com and Malls.com. He became president and CEO of Shop.com Inc from September 2001 to October 2002. His goal was to increase brand recognition of the Shop.com domain name. In only one year, he he took the Shop.com domain from a website making $1500 per month in revenue into a sold domain name and business plan to Idealab in late 2003, for $15 Million.
From My Inventions By Nikola Tesla
At the age of 63 Tesla tells the story of his creative life.
First published in 1919 in the Electrical Experimenter magazine.
This invention was one of a number comprised in my "World-System" of wireless transmission which I undertook to commercialize on my return to New York in 1900. As to the immediate purposes of my enterprise, they were clearly outlined in a technical statement of that period from which I quote:
"The 'World-System' has resulted from a combination of several original discoveries made by the inventor in the course of long continued research and experimentation. It makes possible not only the instantaneous and precise wireless transmission of any kind of signals, messages or characters, to all parts of the world, but also the inter-connection of the existing telegraph, telephone, and other signal stations without any change in their present equipment. By its means, for instance, a telephone subscriber here may call up and talk to any other subscriber on the Globe. An inexpensive receiver, not bigger than a watch, will enable him to listen anywhere, on land or sea, to a speech delivered or music played in some other place, however distant. These examples are cited merely to give an idea of the possibilities of this great scientific advance, which annihilates distance and makes that perfect natural conductor, the Earth, available for all the innumerable purposes which human ingenuity has found for a line-wire. One far-reaching result of this is that any device capable of being operated thru one or more wires (at a distance obviously restricted) can likewise be actuated, without artificial conductors and with the same facility and accuracy, at distances to which there are no limits other than those imposed by the physical dimensions of the Globe. Thus, not only will entirely new fields for commercial exploitation be opened up by this ideal method of transmission but the old ones vastly extended.
The 'World-System' is based on the application of the following important inventions and discoveries:
1. The 'Tesla Transformer.' This apparatus is in the production of electrical vibrations as revolutionary as gunpowder was in warfare. Currents many times stronger than any ever generated in the usual ways, and sparks over one hundred feet long, have been produced by the inventor with an instrument of this kind.
2. The 'Magnifying Transmitter.' This is Tesla's best invention, a peculiar transformer specially adapted to excite the Earth, which is in the transmission of electrical energy what the telescope is in astronomical observation. By the use of this marvelous device he has already set up electrical movements of greater intensity than those of lightning and passed a current, sufficient to light more than two hundred incandescent lamps, around the Globe.
3. The 'Tesla Wireless System.' This system comprises a number of improvements and is the only means known for transmitting economically electrical energy to a distance without wires. Careful tests and measurements in connection with an experimental station of great activity, erected by the inventor in Colorado, have demonstrated that power in any desired amount can be conveyed, clear across the Globe if necessary, with a loss not exceeding a few per cent.
4. The 'Art of Individualization.' This invention of Tesla's is to primitive 'tuning' what refined language is to unarticulated expression. It makes possible the transmission of signals or messages absolutely secret and exclusive both in the active and passive aspect, that is, non-interfering as well as non-interferable. Each signal is like an individual of unmistakable identity and there is virtually no limit to the number of stations or instruments which can be simultaneously operated without the slightest mutual disturbance.
5. 'The Terrestrial Stationary Waves.' This wonderful discovery, popularly explained, means that the Earth is responsive to electrical vibrations of definite pitch just as a tuning fork to certain waves of sound. These particular electrical vibrations, capable of powerfully exciting the Globe, lend themselves to innumerable uses of great importance commercially and in many other respects.
The first 'World-System' power plant can be put in operation in nine months. With this power plant it will be practicable to attain electrical activities up to ten million horsepower and it is designed to serve for as many technical achievements as are possible without due expense. Among these the following may be mentioned:
(1) The inter-connection of the existing telegraph exchanges or offices all over the world;
(2) The establishment of a secret and non-interferable government telegraph service;
(3) The inter-connection of all the present telephone exchanges or offices on the Globe;
(4) The universal distribution of general news, by telegraph or telephone, in connection with the Press;
(5) The establishment of such a 'World-System' of intelligence transmission for exclusive private use;
(6) The inter-connection and operation of all stock tickers of the world;
(7) The establishment of a 'World-System' of musical distribution, etc.;
(8) The universal registration of time by cheap clocks indicating the hour with astronomical precision and requiring no attention whatever;
(9) The world transmission of typed or handwritten characters, letters, checks, etc.;
(10) The establishment of a universal marine service enabling the navigators of all ships to steer perfectly without compass, to determine the exact location, hour and speed, to prevent collisions and disasters, etc.;
(11) The inauguration of a system of world-printing on land and sea;
(12) The world reproduction of photographic pictures and all kinds of drawings or records."