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In 1930, Nikola Tesla asked his nephew, Petar Savo, who was born in Yugoslavia in 1899, to come to New York. Petar was 43 years younger than his uncle. Up to that date he had lived under stringent conditions in Yugoslavia, Tesla's country of birth. During the summer of 1931, Tesla took his nephew to Buffalo to unveil and test a new automobile. Tesla had developed it with his own personal funds.
Sorry to bother you but if the nephew was 43 years younger and was born in 1899, I believe it would be a huge achievement for Tesla to have him invited for the summer of 1931, where he was still 11 years before being born -
Originally posted by shinzaun
reply to post by Millions
the beam didnt communicate anything to him, instead it charged his bodies magnetic field and shifted his whole being (body, mind, conciousness) into a different aspect of our space time, giving him the ability to literally view all aspects of time past, present and future at once.
The same was attempted in the philadelphia experiment but it involved making a battleship invisible to radar, by encasing it in an elctromagnetic bubble however it worked a bit too well and vanished because they had pushed it out of our space time into the void between
Originally posted by InDaZone
reply to post by tyranny22
Actually Tesla makes an appearance in the Hollywood movie, "The Prestige" with Hugh Jackman and Christian Bale. He's kind of a big part of the story actually...
Originally posted by lucentenigma
Edison would regularly electrocute stray animals to death, he went as far as electrocuting a Coney Island elephant on to death and filmed it trying to smear Tesla. You also have Edison to thank for the electric chair, another part of his campaign to discredit Tesla. Edison was a a@@hole.
Originally posted by Zenagain
To great men, go great remembrance, JP Morgan and Thomas Edison can rot in hell.