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Nikola Tesla Reference Books

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Tesla's Wonderful World of Electricity

Book added 5/4/2015
The catalog of the exhibition Tesla's Wonderful World of Electricity which commemorated the 150th anniversary of Nikola Tesla's birth.

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Nikola Tesla: Memorandum Book On The Occasion of His 80th Birthday

Book added 5/4/2015
A collection of articles and letters related to Tesla and his 80th birthday. Articles in Serbian, French, German, Russian and English with several photographs.

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Mad Like Tesla: Underdog Inventors and Their Relentless Pursuit of Clean Energy

Book added 1/14/2014
In the area of energy technology and systems, it's arguable that no one has been doubted, underestimated, or challenged more than Serbian-American engineer Nikola Tesla (1856–1943), and perhaps no...
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The Patents of Nikola Tesla - Toward the Definite Catalog

Book added 1/14/2014
In contrast to the renowned Serbian scientists and Tesla's contemporaries Milutin Milanković and Mihajlo Pupin, who had typical scientific careers, and whose innovative opus was contained in their...

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Crackpot or Genius?: A Complete Guide to the Uncommon Art of Inventing

Book added 12/19/2010
History books are full of interesting stories of famous inventions, but seldom is it mentioned that most of the great inventors died poor. In my teaching, consulting, and reading, as well as in...

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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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Marconi and Tesla: Pioneers of Radio Communication (Inventors Who Changed the World)

Book added 12/25/2009
Marconi and Tesla worked separately to devise wireless radio technology that would reach around the world. Author Tim O'Shei vividly tells the stories of these two very different men. Their...

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Reminiscences of a Birdman

Book added 12/25/2009
Known only as America's first Air Mail Pilot, there is much more to the story of Earle Lewis Ovington that can be learned today from a study of his life. Earle Ovington exemplified all that was right...

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High-Frequency Currents

Book added 12/25/2009
In all ages of which we have any authentic knowledge, and among all races, there have existed Philosophers, Investigators or Students of the Occult, who have in divers forms, and many languages,...
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Executioner's Current: Thomas Edison, George Westinghouse, and the Invention of the Electric Chair

Book added 12/18/2009
In this amazing story of high stakes competition between two titans, Richard Moran shows how the electric chair primarily developed not our of the desire to be more humane but through an effort by...