Nikola Tesla: The Prometheus of Electricity

Interesting stuff…

lampmagician

By SearchingTheMeaningOfLife With a great Thank

I’ve just been wonder about this man, that is a respectable wonder. I think we are not mature enough to understand this alien 🙂❤

George Stamkos

“Nikola Tesla remains the myth, the central point, the archetype of all 20th-century scientists.”Gerry Vassilatos, Lost Science

Nicolas Tesla was born at midnight on July 10, 1856, during a terrible storm full of glowing lightning … It was an electrifying night and he was fortunate enough to be born in one of Europe’s most electrified regions: divided two empires, the Austro-Hungarian and the Ottoman Empire. He was born in the village of Smilian of Lika, an area now owned by Croatia, but then part of the so-called Vojna Krajina, the border region of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, which was autonomous and was mainly inhabited by Serb refugees from various areas of the occupied the Ottomans of Serbia. He left life on…

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