AC power; radio; tesla coil; induction motor; flourescent lights; work with x-ray; theory of AC power; free energy; radio control; automation; postulated radar 15 yrs before it was invented; Tesla had a way to modulate and transmit a power signal – like a radio signal over the air; his disruptor; his “death ray”–no proof that he actually made it work although it is said he made it work and dismantled it because he thought mankind was not ready for such a weapon. People of his day didn’t realize his visions of the future. We are just starting to now over 100 yrs later.
Father of modern physics; Quantum mechanics; theory of general relativity; special relativity; Many of Einstien’s theories and visions of the future have yet to be realized.
This question is of course a matter of opinion. I say there is genius, supra genius, then there is Nikola Tesla. What do you say? Back up you answer.
I’ve knowabout Tesla for yrs. Magnetic flux density is measured in Teslas
tesla. einstein had his wife, also a trained and highly gifted physicist to help him in his research. she is really never given the credit she deserved for her contributions to einstein’s early career developement as a theoretical physicist. einstein worked very closely with her in the developement of his theoretical work on relativity. sex discrimination in europe during their early careers, kept her from being recognised for her talents and skills. tesla was a lone wolf in his drive and theoretical research, including his experimentation. the problem for tesla, was his lack of business sense, keeping him under the thumb of greedy financial backers like j. p. morgan. who, along with others kept teslas works and discoverys secret, until and unless they could make a great deal of profit from the sale of his inventions, or control the marketing and supply exclusively. remember einstein was a theoretical proposer. tesla was a hands on, applied science provider, and innovator, who took his theories into the lab and shop. to fully develope new technology. that is, in fullness, the mark of real genius.
on: 15th May 08