Nikola Tesla America

The genius of Nikola Tesla

By AtomicFirefly 🧩 | The Chatter Box | 15 Jan 2020


American history is full of brilliant minds, but none are more criminally unsung than the genius of Serbian-American inventor Nikola Tesla, who, if he had been given a chance, would have made energy free and 100% clean.

Tesla immigrated to the United States in 1884, after doing quite a bit of work over in Europe. He has a few time met with American inventor, Thomas Edison, but unfortunately would wind up in a feud with him. The two type of current flow we know today were created by these two men, Edison creating Direct Current and Tesla creating Alternating Current.

Despite electricity being dangerous, Tesla created wonders that would have made it harmless. Domesticated, as he called it. His inventions were things of wonder and way ahead of their time. One of them, which was something suppressed by the US government, was the Magnet Motor. This free energy marvel would have moved the creation of things such as the HDTV, 3D Printer, The Quantum Computer and much, much more.

Another astonishing thing Tesla perfected was the key to the universe using the numbers 3, 6 and 9.

One invention that would have revolutionized the entire world had it been completed was the wireless energy tower, Wardenclyffe. This breakthrough creation would have provided the entire world with free zero-point energy had it not been for the greed of humanity, especially Tesla's at-the-time benefactor, JP Morgan. When this banker questioned why he needed so much money for a radio tower, Tesla was forced to tell the truth about Wardenclyffe's true purpose. As a result, Morgan said he would rather fund smaller projects such as Guglielmo Marconi's long-distance radio transmissions, an invention that Tesla originated.

The final invention he made before his death was the sci-fi weapon we all know as the particle beam. This weapon was to be distributed to all nations of the world, making them all strong so that not one would dare fire at each other. This technological wonder would have put an end to war forever. However, greed stepped in and destroyed this goal.

Tesla died on January 7th, 1943 in room 3327 of the New Yorker Hotel from coronary thrombosis. Two days following, the FBI seized Tesla's belongings, more than likely to keep his inventions from seeing the light of day. If word of these marvels were to reach the public, they would use them to complete Tesla's intended work. Despite all this, the world seems to have caught wind of the inventions that were supposed to have remained suppressed. Many are trying to re-create and perfect the free energy device.

Tesla's ashes are housed in the Nikola Tesla Museum in Belgrade, Serbia.

 

Perhaps one day, Tesla's dream of a better world will be realized.

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