Today is the 120th Anniversary of Mr. Tesla’s Great Loss!

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Share This: Today is the 120th Anniversary of Mr. Tesla’s Great Loss On March 13th, 1895, Nikola Tesla’s 5th Avenue Laboratory burned to the ground in New York City destroying $50,000 (roughly 1.38 million in today’s money) worth of equipment, notes and experiments.  It truly was one of Mr. Tesla’s greatest setbacks and it was undoubtedly […]

Tesla in Pop Culture: A Double-Edged Sword

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Share This: Tesla in Pop Culture: A Double-Edged Sword It wouldn’t be fair to say Nikola Tesla has been treated poorly by North American history books because, for the most part, he’s not been represented poorly; he’s just been ignored altogether.His absence from most textbooks and curricula is especially puzzling given that he invented an Alternating Current Induction […]

Nikola Tesla in Mississauga!

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Share This: NTEC Presenting in Mississauga NTEC President, Vic Djurdjevic and Tesla (Bob Levnaic) presented the NTEC Vision to a packed house at the Ravna Gora Radio Ball hosted at the Banquet Hall of the St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Church. The event was held on Saturday, February 21st!  It was a wonderful event with good food, libations and dance! […]

Tesla Panel at Harvard Discusses: “The Essential Nikola Tesla: Peace Building Endeavor”

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Share This: Summary of the Tesla Panel at Harvard is found at “CLUB UNESCO SORBONNE” An excerpt from that summary below and the image above are taken from that site. “The Tesla book launch event hosted at Harvard Center for European Studies Busch Hall began with introductory lecture « Exploring the legacy of Nikola Tesla through UNESCO […]