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Nikola Tesla Said This When Asked About The Future Of His Inventions

Published on 5 nov. 2019

Nikola Tesla said this when asked about the future of his inventions. Today, we take a look at what Nikola Tesla said about the future of his inventions.

This quote has been around for a while, however those who have studied the life of Nikola Tesla have managed to find the exact date when he spoke these words. Going back in 1898, Nikola Tesla was demonstrating one of his inventions to spectators.

Regarded as the world’s first drone, Nikola Tesla constructed a small mechanical boat and built a wireless transmitter inside of the device, that could tap into a specific frequency of what he called the Ether. We now know that what he was referring to was the electromagnetic spectrum, or more specifically, radio waves.

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Erika Nesvold: The Life and Work of Nikola Tesla

Gepubliceerd on 10 mei 2012

Joseph F. Mulligan Lecture

The Life and Work of Nikola Tesla
Erika Nesvold
UMBC

Nikola Tesla was a man of contradictions. He specialized in dramatic public demonstrations of his work, but led a largely solitary and very private personal life. He was a prolific inventor, an intuitive engineer, and a brilliant physicist, but was tormented by mental illness in the later years of his life. Despite personal setbacks and professional conflicts, Tesla was a pioneer in the field of electrical engineering and invented many of the devices we use today, including the alternating current induction motor, the remote control, and radio communication. He did early work with x-rays, robotics, and fluorescent lights. For this year’s Mulligan Lecture, I will present a brief overview of Nikola Tesla’s biography and discuss some of his most important discoveries and inventions.

Location: Physics Bldg., Room 401

Wednesday, May 9, 2012 at 3:30 pm

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Neer informatie:
http://robscholtemuseum.nl/?s=Nikola+Tesla

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