Profile: Nicola Tesla

“Universal peace as a result of cumulative effort through past centuries might come into existence quickly – not unlike a crystal that suddenly forms in a solution which has been slowly prepared”.
Western master – alchemical electricist.

Serbian born electrical engineer, he saw his first light at midnight, during an electric storm in Smilijan, a mountainous village that is now part of Croatia. He arrived to the US with 4 cents in his pocket, some of his poems and a series of illustrations about flying machines designs.

Considered as one of the most important contributors to the scientific development in electricity and magnetism, and the greatest electrical engineer. He’s also famous for designing a system that lead to the creation of worldwide communication with artifacts such as radio, fax and radar.

Among his most important inventions we can find:

Vacuum tube amplifier
Fluorescent bulb
Neon lights
Automobile ignition system
Electron microscope
Microwave oven

“The chief cause of war is the vast extent of this planet. The gradual annihilation of distance will put human beings in closer contact and harmonize their views and aspirations.”

Pop-metal band formed in Sacramento, California, in 1985.

Nikola Tesla (1977)
Tv series by Eduard Galic, Yugoslavia.

– Cinema

Tesla ’76 (1977)
Yugoslavian short film (documentary) by Nicola Stankovic.

Tesla: Tripping the light electric (2000)
By Lance Acord, USA.

The Visionary (2005)
By Joel Shapiro, USA.

Tajina Nicole Tesle (1980)
By Krsto Papic, Yugoslavia.

The legacy of his geniality is printed in today’s daily use on many electrical devices. His work eventually represented fundamental contribution in deferent fields such as robotics, computer science, nuclear physics and electro-domestics.

It is said that Tesla worked with time-travel technology. Some of his studies have been used in different space projects over the last decades.

Free electric energy for everyone was Tesla’s most profound desire. He even created a special panel that’s serves as a homemade receptor of energy. It’s built with very cheap materials and with not necessary knowledge in electricity matters.

“My wireless transmitter does not use Hertzian waves, which are a grievous myth, but sound waves in the aether…”

For his epic electrical rivering, Nicola Tesla is a luminous riveron friend.


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One Response to “Profile: Nicola Tesla”

  1. Muzica Noua Says:

    i heard about this scientist at my school ! he was an very good ingenier… you can find something about him on ->


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