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Nikola Tesla: The Greatest Humanitarian & Most Dangerous Man

44-minute video (with ads).

My brain is only a receiver; in the Universe there is a core from which we obtain knowledge, strength and inspiration”Nikola Tesla

We know Nikola Tesla as an inventor, electrical and mechanical engineer. With over 700 international patents at the time of his death, The Serbian American immigrant catapulted humanity into an entirely new age – a world powered and lit by alternating electrical current. And that’s just the beginning. Hundreds of electrical mediums we use today were sourced in his head: turbine engines, electric railroads, neon and fluorescent lighting, wireless radio communication, X-rays, remote control and speedometers, just to name a few. Much of what he invented did not even take form for decades to come… For example, his ideas were also the foundations of modern humanoid robotics, drones, helicopters, guided missiles and torpedoes, solar and wind power, even cell phone technology.

Written & Narrated by E. Firestone http://BestNarrator.com

Music: Kevin Macleod – Dark Walks

Scenes from the following productions were used under Fair Use:

  • Nikola Tesla vs Thomas Edison
  • – National Geographic Free Energy of Tesla
  • – Movie History Channel’s Ancient Aliens

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