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Progress in aerial navigation is essentially dependent on the perfection of a process of producing great mechanical effort with light machinery. Viewing the possibilities, near and remote, motive...

The Ideal Scientist Is Free from Delusive Sense Impression, Tesla Says. To the Editor of The New York Times: Some comments in your columns have credited me with a superficiality which is more than my...

Nikola Tesla Says the Hydroplane is Neither New Nor Practical. To the Editor of The New York Times : The science of engineering has become so positive and precise that practical results are generally...

Lists Them as Answer to Report That His Tower Is to be Sold for Debt. To the Editor of The New York Times: As bearing intimately on the report in your issue of even date that my tower is to be sold...


Dr. Tesla Writes of Various Phases of His Discovery. To the Editor of The New York Times: You have given considerable space to the subject of cosmic rays, which seems to have aroused general attention...

Nikola Tesla, who has been making some rather remarkable assertions of late in letters printed in the New York Times publishes another communication under date of January 26th. This is a part of it:...

Nothing Novel in the Accomplishment, Says Nikola Tesla To the Editor of The New York Times: I read in your issue of to-day that, according to Lieut. Col. Chales, Director of Military Telegraphs of...

What? Is it possible the moon doesn't turn on its own axis? That the theory of the lightning rod is half baked. The wireless messages don't travel through the air at all? According to Nikola Tesla,...

(Nikola Tesla, dean of inventors at 76 and pioneer of radio, believes it is essential for the welfare of the country that prohibition end soon. In this article, which he wrote for the World-Telegram,...

An Autobiographical Sketch I am glad to be accorded this opportunity for two reasons. In the first place I have long since desired to express my great appreciation of the Scientific American and to...

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