The Mad Scientist Nikola Tesla 19th Century

If you were to mention the name of Nikola Tesla, the image of a mad scientist appears in my mind. Nikola Tesla was born July 10, 1956 and died at the venerable age of 87. Back in his youth, Tesla was trained as an electrical and mechanical engineering. His greatest invention contributed to the advancement of commercial electricity. With his invention, Tesla helped launch the second industrial revolution.

When Tesla was a child, he was a subject of the Austrian Empire. When he was older, he became a US citizen and worked for Thomas Edison. Tesla has launched many innovative inventions, particularly in the field of wireless power. Tesla finally emerged victorious and was considered one of the greatest electrical engineers of his time.

In 1893, Nikola Tesla by his experience showed how energy can be transferred to power wireless electronic devices. His work led to the construction of the Wardenclyffe Tower project, which was funded by JP Morgan.

The Wardenclyffe Tower, incidentally, was also known as the Tesla Tower. The tower was designed to transmit the wireless signal across the Atlantic. Tesla also wanted to show the world how power can be transmitted without the need for cables. Unfortunately, when JP Morgan concluded that there was no way I could power transmitted measure for financial gain, he pulled the funding and Tesla Tower construction came to a halt.

Many initial design plans Nikola Tesla were never found. Some people believe that there was a conspiracy to hide his invention to the public. Tesla's invention could literally end the dependence of the world on energy companies.

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