Incredible talent of TESLA : a great scientist

EVER HEARD OF RADAR A system for detecting the presence, direction, distance, and speed of aircraft, ships, and other objects, by sending out pulses of radio waves which are reflected off the object back to the source. ( don’t search of radar its from google). This post is all about inventions of Tesla.

An english scientist named Robert A Whatson-Watt was credited with the invention of radar in 1935.

But far away in 1917 (18 years before Wattson) NIKOLA TESLA. He pitched it to the U.S Navy at the beginning of WWI when the world was getting its ass of by german U-boats. Unfortunately, THOMAS EDISON was head of R&D for U.S Navy at that time and he managed to convince them that it had no PRACTICAL APPILICATION in WAR. (Well done Edison).


>> Who built an EARTHQUAKE MACHINE that nearly demolished the entire neighborhood city in New York city when it was turned on? TESLA

Ever heard of ball lightening?

It’s a lightening that appears in the form of a sphere and travels slowly while hovering a few feet above the ground. Its an extremely rare phenomenon and even successfully produced it in a lab. We mostly saw that in olden video games.

Expect TESLA he did it in 1890’s

Ever wonder who invented remote control?


Neon lighting?



AC motor
Carbon button lamp
Death ray
Induction motor
Plasma globe
Plasma lamp
Polyphase system
Radio control
Resonant inductive coupling
Rotating magnetic field
Tesla coil
Tesla Experimental Station
Tesla’s oscillator
Tesla turbine
Tesla valve
Torpedo [1]
Vacuum variable capacitor
Violet ray
VTOL (vertical take-off and landing)
Wardenclyffe Tower
Wireless power transfer
World Wireless System

TESLA’s lab is known as Wardenclyff was buit to provide wireless electricity to entire earth.


Unfortunately, funding this projest was a cut off and in 1917 the Wardenclyff tower was demolished and the land was sold to a photographic film manufacturer.

“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.” ― Nikola Tesla

“don’t talk to me about X-rays. I am afraid of them” —Thomas edison.

Wilhem Rontgen is typically credited as X-rays but it’s goddamn TESLA.

without a question

Hewas a GENIUS.

he spoke eight languages ( serbian, english, czech, german, french, hungarian, italian and latin.)

!!!!for me (telugu, hindi 1/2, english) comment what you could speak!!!!

He could memorize entire books and recite them at will.

!!!!i can’t even remember today’s date. damn! what’s today’s date!!!!

He could visualise devices entirely in his head and then build them without ever writing them anything down.

!!!! most of us spend time visualizing such nasty things in our head!!!!

Autobiography of tesla

This is an extensive autobiography of the great scientist. It is as detailed as it could be in a first-hand account. He was a genius and this book is enough proof of this.

His early life, his training and his working on numerous inventions are the main content of this book. His narrations are engaging and his work fascinating making it hard to put it down once you start it. His narration of his own life is gripping in a unique way.

Since his work has been underground for very long, this autobiography is ideal for someone who wants to find out more about his life. He was a very gifted scientist, with a wicked sense of humour. This is a highly recommended book for those who are interested in science and history.

Hey there, Thank you for reading my full post. Have a look at my previous post Everest got new heights.

1 thought on “Incredible talent of TESLA : a great scientist”

  1. I too speak telugu,hindi thoda n english also a little bit😁😄.
    Today’s date 12th dec yeah i remember 😂🤷🏻‍♂️.
    Yeah good blog all about tesla.

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