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Bulletin board helps students Computer owners interested in getting the lowdown on high-voltage pioneer Nikola Tesla and his engineering theories now can log onto the Theoretical Electromagnetic...


The clues were slim, but after several months of detective work the mystery was solved. Where was the laboratory of Nikola Tesla, the genius scientist inventor who, in 1899, spent eight months working...

Could be an interesting find they made Tuesday over at the southeast corner of Institute Street and Pikes Peak Avenue. Could be, just possibly, that they dug up the site of an old research lab used by...


It isn't often that a historical marker is dedicated in Colorado Springs, and therefore the ceremonies dedicating a marker to the memory of the electronic age genius, Nikola Tesla, Monday afternoon at...


Obsessed with electrifying the earth, Nikola Tesla the electricity wizard, signaled an assistant to close the switch, then jerk it quickly. There was no short circuit in the Frankensteinesque...
Who was this madman who sent lightning bolts up to the sky and blew the electric company's generator, plunging Colorado Springs into darkness? He was Nikola Tesla, and the year was 1899. Tesla and...

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