The Brief History of Nikola Tesla

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The brief history of Nikola Tesla.

Nikola Tesla, his life and inventions.with over 700 patents to his name, you can thank Tesla for so many inventions that industrialized world.Tesla's discoveries of induction lighting in the late 1800s remains one of his most significant, as it was his principles of electromagnetic energy to start so many of his other creative development and remains to this day, the essential operating principle behind all and electroless induction lighting electronics. "alternating current".

Tesla was perhaps one of the most brilliant man to ever walk this earth, if it was not for his inventions and his work in the electromagnetic field, we might not have electromagnetic lighting today.

·Tesla was born on July 9, 1856 in Smiljan, Croatia
·his father was a clergymen in the Greek church.
·Tesla emigrated to the United States in 1884.
·He quickly was employed by Edison (Thomas Edison)
·he did not agree with Thomas Edison on how to run a lab so he quit and quickly established his own. ·Water has lab. He developed the alternating current electrical path, knowned as (AC) ·Tesla used florescent bulbs about 40 years before industry started producing this type of bulb.also the first the lights were seen at the world's fairs and other exhibitions in the shape of famous scientists names. ·Next Tesla develop a hydropower plant, which he designed and built inNiagara falls. ·Tesla is the inventor of the car speedometer.

·George Westinghouse gave Tesla $2 50 for every kilowatt, sold from AC power. ·Thomas Edison spread rumors that AC was unsafe and costly.Tesla explained to the people that DC (direct current) would need huge wires and a power plant for every square mile, just to power up homes and businesses, then, to show that AC was safe. He allowed AC electricity to pass through his body, at high frequencies and power a light bulb. He was holding. ·Tesla would have become the first billionaire. However, Mr. Westinghouse ran into...
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