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Einstein was once asked, "What does it feel like to be the smartest person in the world?"
He replied, ‘I don’t know the answer. You can ask Nikola Tesla! '
Tesla was born on July 1, 1858, in a village in Croatia. He is basically a Serbian-American. He is simultaneously an engineer, inventor and physicist. Tesla will always be remembered for its contribution to alternating current.
Tesla died unmarried. He spent the last 10 years of his life in room 3327 of the Hotel New York. His body was later recovered from this room. Many novels and movies have been written based on his life. In 1983, Tesla was finalized internationally in the KSI unit as a unit of electromagnetic field.
Everyone knows about these discoveries of Tesla. Let's find out today some strange information about Tesla. This information is unknown to many.
Tesla's 10 Unknown Directions:
1. When Tesla is an environmentalist:
Tesla was vocal about the rapid depletion of natural resources and advocated for reusable fuels. He has also done a lot of research on how to use natural energy to reduce the pressure on fossil fuels. He even has successful research, such as creating artificial seeds in his gene laboratory.
2. Tesla's birth story:
It is said that Tesla was born on a stormy night. At the time, the midwife called Tesla a "child of darkness." But Tesla's mother felt humiliated and opposed it, saying that Tesla would be the 'Child of Light'; I can't wait to tell you how effective Tesla's mother's prophecy was!
3. Humanitarian Tesla:
Tesla was always trying to figure out how to improve people's lives. Like a real scientist, he read day and night only with research. He never thought about the financial or business aspects of the discovery. Due to this, despite his many inventions and social contributions, he spent his last life in extreme poverty.
4. Tesla Vision and Wireless Internet:
Tesla could not turn all his wonderful innovative ideas into reality. He did a lot of research on wireless power transmission. It was in 1901 that he thought of all these, the benefits of which we now enjoy. In the field of radio astronomy, he thought of a particle called death-ray, which he could not pass through in any real form.
5. Tesla's magical memory:
Scientist Tesla's memory was so sharp that if he read a book he could remember every line and picture in detail. Because of his keen imagination, he often had nightmares as a child.
. US government seizes Tesla items:
After Tesla's death, The Office of Alien Property confiscated all his belongings and documents. Most of it was later returned to his family and some items were donated to the Tesla Museum in Belgrade. Interestingly, Tesla died in 1943, but some of his personal documents are still confiscated by the US government.
. Tesla's insomnia and abnormalities:
Tesla claimed that just two hours of sleep a night was enough for him. However, the reason is unclear. Did he really sleep 2 hours or more? Nothing accurate was known about it.
Tesla was obsessed with number 3. And cleaned his dining room with 16 (divisible by 3) handkerchiefs before dinner. He also refrained from touching round objects, jewelry and hair.
6. The alleged enmity between Edison and Tesla:
It may seem daunting to imagine Tesla's feud with Thomas Alva Edison. But the fact of the matter is that before Tesla gave up its desire to realize the dream of its AC current induction motor, they helped each other design DC-current generators. Perhaps their relationship can be described as ‘business-competitive’.
9. Tesla puts Mark Twain in danger:
While generating electricity, Tesla one day invented a device that would shake his home in Manhattan and his neighbors' homes. Tesla thought he might have invented the ‘seismic device’. Later he saw that he had actually made a High Frequency Oscillator. He also put Mark Twain in an embarrassing situation with this pendulum. At the end of a party, Twain was told to stand on the pendulum platform, and when he turned it on, Twain's condition worsened within a minute of the tremors.
10. Wi-Fi from Tesla:
A 6-foot-tall statue of Tesla was erected in May 2013, raising about ৭ 128,000 in California through a campaign. But a few months later, in December, the statue was dismantled through a time capsule and a free Wi-Fi zone was created. Many people joke that Tesla has set up our Wi-Fi zone.
Last July 10 was the birthday of this great scientist. Happy Birthday Nikola Tesla.