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The Unknown Genius of Nikola Tesla | Discovery Channel Documentary

 

Nikola Tesla (Serbian Cyrillic: Никола Тесла; 10 July 1856 — 7 January 1943) was a Serbian-American[2][3] inventor, electrical engineer, mechanical engineer. And a man who invented the 20th century.

Nikola Tesla – “The Greatest Mind of All”

 

This program reveals the discoveries of a forgotten genius, many of which went virtually unnoticed for nearly a century.

(original – Modern Marvels Nikola Tesla – Mad electricity from History Channel )

 

A Tribute to Nikola Tesla

 
A Tribute to Nikola Tesla
American Patriot. Inventor. Discoverer. Humanitarian. Video works best in high quality mode (for the sound).. because unfortunately youtube quality destroys a lot of the low end/bass sound :’( Music: Erosion by Vibrasphere Footage taken from the fantastic documentary on Nikola Tesla by PBS. “Nikola Tesla – Master of Lightning” Tesla transformed our civilization, giving rise to billion dollar corporations, yet he himself died in poverty, forgotten in a New York hotel room. For someone who gave so much to be rewarded with so much obscurity is absolutely criminal. Please share this video with others as a tribute to Nikola Tesla legacy. Thank you :-) PS: Yes i know Tesla was Serbian. You can be born in another nation, and still love the country you reside in, which is what Tesla did. ‘American Patriot’ because he loved and gave to the USA freely.

A Tribute to Nikola Tesla

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Life As Nikola Tesla

Documentary life story of Nikola Tesla, greatest inventor in history!

Fragments From Olympus

    Fragments From Olympus This is from the official producers of Fragments From Olympus -The Vision of Nikola Tesla. Written by Joseph Sikorski & Michael Calomino. Directed by Joseph Sikorski WINNER: “BEST SCREENPLAY” International Long Island Film Festival • QUARTER FINALIST: “The American Screenwriting Competition” Fragments From Olympus recently awarded SEMI FINALIST in the “2011 INTERNATIONAL MOVIE TRAILER FESTIVAL”

Samantha Hunt about Tesla

Samantha Hunt about Tesla

The @Google Program was happy to welcome author Samantha Hunt to speak about her book- The Invention of Everything Else About the Book: A wondrous imagining of an unlikely friendship between the eccentric inventor Nikola Tesla and a young chambermaid in the Hotel New Yorker where Tesla lives out his last days From the moment she first catches sight of the Hotel New Yorker’s most famous resident on New Year’s Day 1943, Louisa — obsessed with radio dramas and the secret lives of the guests — is determined to befriend this strange man. As Louisa discovers their shared affinity for pigeons, she also begins to piece together Tesla’s extraordinary story of life as an immigrant, a genius, and a halfhearted capitalist. Meanwhile, Louisa—faced with her father’s imminent departure in a time machine to reunite with his late wife, and pleasantly unsettled by the arrival in her life of a mysterious mechanic (perhaps from the future) named Arthur — begins to suspect that she has understood something about the relationship of love and invention that Tesla, for all his brilliance, never did. The Invention of Everything Else luminously resurrects one of the greatest scientists of all time, Nikola Tesla, while magically transporting us — à la Steven Millhauser and Michael Chabon — to an early twentieth-century New York City thrumming with energy, wonder, and possibility. This event took place on April 8, 2008 at the Google NYC office.
Samantha Hunt about Tesla
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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Nikola Tesla Balkan Routes

Nikola Tesla Balkan Routes
Music: Zeljko Joksimovic Vocals: Jelena Tomasevic Violin player: Ksenija Milosevic (Previously Unreleased) taken from the album: “balkan Routes vol.1:Nikola Tesla” Executive producer: Dimitris Meidanis Protasis 2008 site: www.myspace.com/balkanroutes
Video Rating: 5 / 5

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