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My Inventions - The Autobiography of Nikola Tesla

Book added 1/15/2014
Nikola Tesla has been called the most important man of the twentieth century. Certainly he contributed more to the field of electricity, radio, and television than any other person living or dead...

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X-Ray Vision: Nikola Tesla On Roentgen Rays

Book added 6/22/2010
Nikola Tesla is best known for his work with electricity, but he was also interested in Roentgen rays, better known today as x-rays. Collected here are his eight essays on Roentgen rays. Fascinating...

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Nikola Tesla's Teleforce and Telegeodynamics Proposals

Book added 12/25/2009
This book contains the original texts of two unique proposals that Nikola Tesla offered up during his later years. In both cases, the technologies described trace their roots back to an earlier and...
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The Tesla Rotating Magnetic Field

Book added 11/19/2009
This 24 page article was extracted from the book: Inventions, Researches and Writings of Nikola Tesla , by Thomas Commerford Martin.

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Dr. Nikola Tesla Selected Patent Wrappers from The National Archives (4 Volume Set)

Book added 11/19/2009
Twenty of the Tesla patent wrappers have been selected for this publication on the basis of importance and areas of current interest. The patent wrappers, or “patent histories,” include...

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Dr. Nikola Tesla Complete Patents

Book added 11/19/2009
All of Nikola Tesla's patents issued in the United States are included in these volumes. The material has been arranged in chronological order by date of application, rather than by numerical...
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Tesla Said

Book added 11/19/2009
The collection of articles and papers presented in this volume are in Nikola Tesla's own words; it is the most comprehensive single volume of Tesla's writings presently available. A period of over a...

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Nikola Tesla - From Colorado to Long Island: Research Notes - Colorado Springs 1899-1900 - New York 1900-1901

Book added 11/19/2009
Because of the enormous significance of Tesla's contributions to modern civilization, and the need to preserve and promote heritage of universal value, in 2003 UNESCO (United Nations Educational,...

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Correspondence with Relatives

Book added 11/19/2009
Tesla received around 70,000 letters of correspondence from about 7,000 correspondents. This book contains the original letters to his relatives and those letters received by Tesla, including...
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Nikola Tesla: Lecture Before the New York Academy of Sciences April 6, 1897: The Streams of Lenard and Roentgen and Novel Apparatus for Their Production

Book added 11/19/2009
Anderson's reconstruction of Tesla's lecture before the New York Academy of Sciences on April 6, 1897, is a most important contribution. In this lecture, Tesla went beyond his titled topic, “The...