Nikola Tesla was one amazing inventor. More than 100 years later, his visionary work remains essential today for life as we know it. Trace shows us some of his best inventions, and proves why he’s such a badass.
Nikola Tesla Wasn’t God And Thomas Edison Wasn’t The Devil
“The Oatmeal is a fantastic comic that I recommend that you make a habit of reading. However, even the greatest can go astray, and I’m pained to admit that The Oatmeal has done so regarding someone I regard very highly, and that’s Nikola Tesla.”
Tesla’s Early Years
“Nikola Tesla was born a subject of the Austro-Hungarian Empire in 1856 in a mountainous area of the Balkan Peninsula known as Lika. His father Milutin, and his mother Djuka, were both Serbian by origin.”
Nikola Tesla biography
“Serbian-American inventor Nikola Tesla was born in July of 1856, in what is now Croatia. He came to the United States in 1884, and briefly worked with Thomas Edison before the two parted ways.”
Did Nikola Tesla invent the radio?
“Few scientists showed as much genius while forming intense rivalries with peers as Nikola Tesla.”
How Did Nikola Tesla Change the Way We Use Energy?
“When you flip a switch and a lamp bathes the room in light, you probably don’t give much thought to how it works — or to the people who made it all possible.”
Tesla Coils Make Music:
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