My Inventions: The Autobiography of Nikola Tesla

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My Inventions: The Autobiography of Nikola Tesla

My Inventions: The Autobiography of Nikola Tesla

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I can't wait to read this book with the mind I'd be evolving in my upcoming time of existence as a mortal human being.

He isn't trying to convince you of his own greatness -- his extraordinary abilities are apparent -- but you'll understand him much better if you have an above-average understanding of electronics. Tesla was famous for inventing alternating current (AC), which is used in every house and electric motor today.I found it fascinating that Tesla experienced flashing lights in his brain that caused him to be able to look at things in 3D, he could see them not just imagine them - he could both construct and operate them in his mind. Once we understand and stop subscribing to ingroup and outgroup thinking, we can finally attain peace. I had heard about Tesla's visions and delusions but hadn't appreciated them fully until hearing his own take. It appears actually that Tesla sold his patents and the company that bought them sued everyone else, causing his name to be associated with the suits, even though he wasn't really involved. The transaction precipitated a titanic power struggle between Edison’s direct-current systems and the Tesla-Westinghouse alternating-current approach, which eventually won out.

In the book, he mostly talked about himself, his family and friends and generally more human topics than scientific ones. In the final essay, the longest of the three, he tackles the problem of humanity's pressing need to tap into alternative energy sources, and I wish I could say more than that because it sounds really interesting, but frankly, I have no idea what the fuck he's talking about. As a very young man, fresh out of school, he was hired by the telegraph office of the Hungarian government and put in charge of designing and implementing their telephone exchange. As someone who is starting a company (Goodreads), I'm starting to have a big appreciation for those who can believe in an idea against all odds, when everyone else believes it can't be done.Christ is but one person, yet he is of all people, so why do some people think themselves better than some other people? In the case of DC (Edison, in his limited vision, was a fan of direct current) every house was required to have their own generator because DC will only travel so far. He also lit 200 lamps without wires from a distance of 40 km (25 miles) and created man-made lightning, producing flashes measuring 41 metres (135 feet). Focusing on Green energy on a mass level without considering the problems of storage and proper transmission would cause more problems on the long run. Why my Penguins do you spend so much time and money paying lefty fools to do introductions about the matriarchy, "which doesn't fit with the book", as an introduction to Jane Austens' Pride and Prejudice, when it could have been better spent to add the diagrams to this book and make it legible.

He tells his encounters with famous people, his brush with death which was more than once, and future ideas. The fascinating autobiography of the legendary inventor behind the radio, wireless energy, robotics, and much more. There are a number of social observations towards the end of the book that are still relevant to our time.I have always found in Tesla a powerful inspiration when it comes to the fields of Mathematics and Electrical engineering. But he was least bothered about people stealing his ideas and credits because he always wanted to work for the benefit of the mankind on global level and he foresaw this back then and wanted to go wireless available for free to the whole world.

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