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Author: Nikola Tesla
ISBN: 9562914224
Language: English
Publisher: bnpublishing.com (June 19, 2007)
Rating: 4.8
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Tesla was a genius right up there with other inventors and game changers of his time though he was clearly a bit eccentric . I'm fascinated with everything about Nikola Tesla right now. His autobiography from about 1919 is a short but enjoyable read.

Tesla was a genius right up there with other inventors and game changers of his time though he was clearly a bit eccentric and controversial which is likely why we don’t know as much about him as Edison, Ford, Einstein and other giants of the same era. This book works on a number of levels.

I have always been interested in Tesla and his life/inventions. He is very strange, intelligent, and someone far ahead of his time. In this book, Tesla tells all about what goes on in his head, which sometimes is very weird. He tells about his life, how his inventions came to him, and how his inventions helped save his life.

The Autobiography Of Nikola Tesla. Welcome to Nikola Tesla's autobiography My Inventions. Tesla was 63 years old when this text was first published in the Electrical Experimenter magazine in 1919

The Autobiography Of Nikola Tesla. My First Efforts At Invention. Tesla was 63 years old when this text was first published in the Electrical Experimenter magazine in 1919. I was taking electronics engineering classes in college when I first learned about Nikola Tesla. I discovered that Tesla developed several of the most important technologies we use today. I thought it strange that Tesla had contributed so much to the world, yet he's virtually unknown to most people. He's a true unsung hero.

At the age of 63 Tesla tells the story of his creative life. My First Efforts At Invention III. My Later Endeavors IV. The Discovery of the Tesla Coil and Transformer V. The Magnifying Transmitter VI. First published in 1919 in the Electrical Experimenter magazine. I. My Early Life II. The Art of Telautomatics. The progressive development of man is vitally dependent on invention. It is the most important product of his creative brain.

Nikola Tesla is one of history’s great inventors and his work has captured the imaginations of the generations . With that in mind, we combed through the records and found 7 of Tesla’s most substantial inventions that never got built.

Nikola Tesla is one of history’s great inventors and his work has captured the imaginations of the generations who’ve come after him, living in the world he helped build. As the holder of more than 270 patents in 27 countries-including 112 in the US alone-Tesla rightfully earned his place in history, but not every invention of Tesla made it to production. Wireless Energy Transmission.

Nikola Tesla was a man with big ideas, if you couldn’t tell by the 300 patents to his name. Unfortunately, he was way ahead of his time and while a lot of his more elaborate ideas theoretically worked, they never really panned out. Still, while he never received the recognition of his chief rival Thomas Edison, the man was a brilliant inventor who gave the world some amazing and pioneering innovations. Here are some of the most incredible creations of Nikola Tesla.

Discover how Nikola Tesla invented alternating current and later the Tesla Coil

Discover how Nikola Tesla invented alternating current and later the Tesla Coil. Our virtues and our failings are inseparable, like force and matter. When they separate, man is no more. I do not think you can name many great inventions that have been made by married men. The scientists of today think deeply instead of clearly. One must be sane to think clearly, but one can think deeply and be quite insane. AC Electrical System.

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Comments (7)
Lonesome Orange Kid
The book came this morning and I just finished it after dinner it is an insightful book and a good primer to educate yourself about this great man. Nicola Tesla was one of the greatest minds to have ever lived. It is a shame that so few are educated on him. If you buy this book then you will understand it is your duty to pass the book to another. He has been written off, buried, and they did their best to erase him. If they would have followed him then, today Earth would be in a golden age. Anti-gravity, free wireless electricity, mankind spreading to other worlds, and not as the greedy parasites we are today. You might read this and say, this reviewer is nuts! Just take a minute and open your mind to this man and learn for yourself. If he lived today amongst those such as Elon Musk, Stephen Hawking, Steve Jobs, I couldn't imagine what each new day would bring. To know this man is to know that your wildest dreams would be reality.
Qwne
Tesla was a remarkable man not only for his inventions, but also for his dedication and application. It is amazing to read of his "inner life" in a way rarely shared. I was moved by his story and inspired by the clarity and insight he brought to everything in his own life and to the world around us. If you want to find out about his inventions there is scant detail here, but if you want to gain and insight into the genius and humanity this book provides a brief glimpse.
Yanki
I have been a Tesla fan since I was in grade school but somehow had never read his autobiography until now. It's a great read and it is awesome to hear what he has to say straight from the source. He is an eloquent writer and organizes his thoughts very well. I felt like he was corresponding directly with me while reading this book. And, I learned things about him I had not read elsewhere. The book turns him from this mythical mad inventor and genius beyond humanity's capabilities into a real person. I read the book in two nights; it isn't very long and is interesting enough to binge read. I imagine many people will read the book in a single sitting. If you are a Tesla fan, absolutely read this book. Even if you are one of those boring and misinformed Edison fans, you'll dig this read.
Bedy
This is an amazing first hand account from a heretofore semi forgotten genius. First at just 90 pages its a great and short intro to Nikola Tesla as told by Nikola Tesla.

Originally written in 1919 there are few (possibly no) edits that I could surmise. This fact along with the the narrative style itself made it a somewhat challenging though highly authentic, informative and entertaining read.

Of course Tesla is experiencing a bit of a Renaissance these days though still I was shocked to learn of his productivity and impact on the development of the world’s electrical equipment and power generation.

Tesla was a genius right up there with other inventors and game changers of his time though he was clearly a bit eccentric and controversial which is likely why we don’t know as much about him as Edison, Ford, Einstein and other giants of the same era.

This book works on a number of levels. For anyone interested in US or World history or technolgy or science or even if you are just interested in knowing a bit more about the man who Mr Elon Musk named his company and incomparable electric cars after this book is good investment of time and money (2.99 USD)
Urreur
Tesla's autobiography may not be politically correct, but it is part of a
Liberal arts curriculum.

It is invaluable as psychohistory, to understand the mind of this great inventor.
It doesn't hurt that it is fluidly written.

I do not understand the technical aspects completely, since I have not studied
Math and physics beyond the high school level. Whatever university courses I
Have taken, I have ignored.

Tesla may have scoffed at the mystical dimensions, which I do not, since I have seen
Some. Due to his empiricism, for the most part he was a clear-thinking man.

A buy.
Diredefender
I'm fascinated with everything about Nikola Tesla right now. His autobiography from about 1919 is a short but enjoyable read. I really enjoy his account of his younger years, and something we don't get to see much is that he had a wicked sense of humor! The man had an unusual but exceptionally brilliant mind, and didn't get enough credit when he was alive. He thought of the system that we now know as the internet and was ridiculed at the time. The world wasn't ready for such an advanced technology. The book includes general information on many of his inventions, which are out of my expertise anyway. I'm here for the life story and social commentary, which I would always prefer for there to be more of. I would like to find his own words about making Mark Twain nearly soil himself on Tesla's oscillator. Embellished a little? Perhaps, as he was known to say such to the media. But it's still a good read.

One thing I thought was ridiculous is the printing doesn't include a copyright page and the author photo on the back cover is pixelated. Otherwise, the content is good and the print font is easy to read.

Edison sucks.
MrCat
I've been a Fan of His ever since I read about his "Argonne Theory in Grade School.

It broke my heart that so many were lined up behind him to take advantage of him.
TAKE THAT BACK, IT ANGERED ME THAT SO MANY TOOK ADVANTAGE OF HIM!
Very good book,but, I'm hope I'm around for the next episode when KARMA GETS THOSE GREEDY BUGGARS that didn't treat him right.

"Life is as shakie as a Fiddler on the Roof !"
When I meet Tessla in the next life I'll be giving him a "HEART TO HEART HUG !"
PEACE BE WITH HIS SOUL.
Sincerely, Rene