Nikola Tesla a Man of Light.

By: Kallie Watson

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Introduction

If you could describe the greatest scientist in all of history in two words what would they be? Well first let me tell you who that scientist is Nikola Tesla. ( the man in the photograph above this paragraph) The two words I would choose are intelligent and Generous. Now I'm not just going to give you a his greatest achievements I'm giving you a sense of wonder in real life happenings the security of knowing you can do anything if you try for it I give you Nikola Tesla Man Of Light.
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Quick Facts

FAMOUS AS

Father of Radio


NATIONALITY

American


BORN ON

10 July 1856 AD


BIRTHDAY

10th July


DIED AT AGE

86


SUN SIGN

Cancer




DIED ON January 07 1943 Ad




PLACE OF DEATH

New York City, New York, USA


FATHER

Milutin Tesla


MOTHER

Duka Tesla


SIBLINGS

Dane, Milka, Angelina, Marica


MARRIED

No


EDUCATION

Graz University of Technology (1875 – 1878)
Gymnasium Karlovac (1870 – 1873)

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The Wardenclyffe tower


This tower was meant for extraordinary things but was never finished.Now before I start ranting on and on about how unfair that was I need to tell you about those things. Tesla meant for this tower to be used to give free electricity to the world he couldn't afford this himself though so someone sponsored him but when they found out he wanted it to be free they thought that if it was they wouldn't have enough money. I think it was greedy and would save us a lot of trouble but wait you don't even know what it could do.Tesla had started this tower (not close to finished) and went four miles away from every side and placed a light bulb in the ground and guess what it LIT up.When those people stopped sponsoring him he destroyed all of his notes so that even if they came crawling back they couldn't have it.Ever since then you know what people all over the world have tried to recreate what he did and no one has been able to.

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bibliography

http://www.teslasociety.com/teslatower.htm

http://www.teslasociety.com/biography.htm


I know it seems a little short but I got all the info I needed