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In a dark room with alternating currents of 800,000 voltage, Nikola Tesla, by means of atmospheric vibrations, caused a faint glow of light to appear. Explaining the phenomenon, he said: “If I can...


Nikola Tesla's production of an aurora, in the lecture rooms of New York, London, and Paris, comes as a sequel to experiments that reach back all the way to the famous kite-flying of Franklin. How...
The absorbing interest with which the scientific world is watching the latest developments of the experimental work of Nikola Tesla, is amply justified, not only by their highly original character,...

Q. 4692. Carborundum - What is It? - In reading an account of one of Tesla's remarkable lectures, I noticed the statement that the luminous portion of one of his extraordinary lamps was made of...

We give in what follows some liberal extracts from a recent paper in the Times, by John Foord, which is an excellent resumé of the remarkable investigations of Nikola Tesla! “Of the energy that goes...
The Electrical World makes the following comments on Tesla’s lecture at the Electrical Congress in Chicago. The lecture delivered by Mr. Tesla at Chicago on Friday evening of last week was a...

Nikola Tesla was born in Smiljan, a town of Croatia, Austria-Hungary, in 1857. He received his early education at Carlstadt in Croatia, and as he developed, even in his boyhood, a fondness for...

At the recent meeting of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Nikola Tesla, of Columbia College, New York, described and illustrated in a lecture some of the most remarkable discoveries in...

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