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  • '' 'Nikola Tesla' '' (July 9, 1856-January 7, 1943) was a Serbian-American electrical engineer, inventor and physicist who contributed to many of the developments in the field of

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  • The key, in my view, to coming close to stopping the engine of the world, is Decentralized, and virtually free, Electricity. as was envisaged by real creators over a century ago, such as Nikola Tesla, before J.P. Morgan and others Centralized it.

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  • m (sorry - still trying to fix link to Alternating Current) '' 'Nikola Tesla' '' (July 9, 1856-January 7, 1943) was a Serbian-American electrical engineer, inventor and physicist who contributed to many of the developments in the field of

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  • And note to Google: What we really want to see on July 10 is another doodled birthday tribute to the mad and mighty Nikola Tesla, whose electrical developments arguably hold even greater common currency today.

    DOODLE OF THE DAY: Google Logo spotlights Edison's birthday

  • Edison lived in an age of invention, with Henry Ford, Alexander Graham Bell and Nikola Tesla as his co-conspirators and competitors.

    Thomas Edison gets Google Doodle-ed

  • In one corner Boyan established a makeshift headquarters with a map of the city on the wall, old issues of electronics magazines, a biography of the greatest inventor, Nikola Tesla, and a Larousse encyclopedia opened to transistors.

    Narrative Magazine's Friday Feature: Aggie Zivaljevic's 'Where Is My Boy?'

  • He remembered Nikola Tesla, who had died in poverty even as his inventions enriched others.

    In the Plex

  • On the other hand, there was Nikola Tesla, exploited and dying alone in a New York City hotel.

    In the Plex

  • A seminal figure in the development of commercial electricity, Nikola Tesla discovered the rotating magnetic field, which provided the basis for alternating current, and invented the Tesla coil, a high-frequency transformer used in early radio transmitters and wireless telegraphy.

    'Margin Call': Thrills, Chills of Financial Ills

  • Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla—his patents formed the basis of the AC power system—both "wrote for the magazine," said its current editor-in-chief Jim Meigs.

    Toasts to Explorers, Inventors

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