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X Rays

With the idea in mind that everything we need is already present in nature, Nikola Tesla has contributed significantly to the development of x-ray technology.

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The Forgotten Genius

Scientist, physicist, engineer, inventor, none of these words describe sufficiency the life of Nikola Tesla. Maybe genius only can minimally describe the life of this man. He had fascinating mental abilities which allowed him to elaborate in his mind complex electrical machines and build them without taking any notes.

Nikola Tesla was a visionary that changed the history of humanity with his inventions. Tesla's vision was always ahead of his contemporaries; he imagined already two centuries ago, a world where people could communicate with radio waves, illuminate cities without using wires.

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AC alternating current

The alternating current put the basis of the industrial revolution. It is probably Nikola Tesla’s invention that has changed more the destiny of humanity. After winning the current battle against Thomas Edison, the AC influenced all human activities, changing forever our history.

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Of course, he did not invent the light, but he discovered how to channel it and made possible for example the creation of neon light.

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Electric Motor

The engine of Nikola Tesla succeeds to operate using only magnets and without any fuel.

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With the idea that all living things are driven by electrical impulses, Nikola Tesla put the basis for the creation of robotics.

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Used in thousands of ways, the laser has revolutionized many fields, including surgery.

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Wireless

Through the Tesla tower, pulses can travel around the globe without wires.

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Nikola Tesla suggested the use of the earth energy to feed human activities, leading consequently to a world less dependent on fossil fuels and with fewer wars. A world where the energy might be free for everyone. This idea of free energy and freedom was presumably the cause of the marginalization that Nikola Tesla suffered.

With this post we remember the genius of the geniuses, unfortunately dead in solitude.

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Although later developed during the two world wars, this is one of many revolutionary inventions made by Nikola Tesla. Even if today it might seem obvious, 100 years ago the idea to control the movements of any object by remote control was considered magic.

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Generally, we refer to Marconi as the inventor of the radio, but Nikola Tesla deposited many years before a patent explaining the operation of the radio.

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Tesla was the poster child for divergent thinking and refused to settle for generally accepted ideas. He wasn’t afraid to propose concepts that were way ahead of their time. Often, people weren’t ready for his inventions — and he didn’t care.

“Let the future tell the truth, and evaluate each one according to his work and accomplishments,” Tesla once said. “The present is theirs; the future, for which I have really worked, is mine.”

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Electricity

There is no single man who can be truly credited for the discovery of electricity, but some of the names which would pop up in the list include Benjamin Franklin and his kite experiment, and Nikola Tesla who is often dubbed as the father of electricity because of his understandings of this force behind most of the everyday items which we use today. From home entertainment to the lights outside the road, electricity is behind it.

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LIGHT-BULB

Incandescent light bulbs existed before Thomas Edison, and when other inventors got wind of Edison's tinkerings, they roundly sued him for patent infringement. 

So what did Edison actually do?

He discovered that a special species of bamboo had a higher resistance to electricity than carbonized paper, which means it could more efficiently produce light. Edison got rich off the bamboo, and from superior manufacturing and marketing of his product. 

Like all great inventions, the light bulb can’t be credited to one inventor. It was a series of small improvements.

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