Nikola Tesla Explained In 16 Minutes | Best Nikola Tesla Documentary

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  1. The Life Guide

    The Life Guide

    2 жыл бұрын

    Get a *Huge Discount on NordVPN’s Ultimate Security Package* Here ➼ nordvpn.com/thelifeguide It's risk-free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee! *Thanks for watching!* 😊Remember to *Like* & *Subscribe* if you enjoyed the video and click the *Bell Icon* to never miss an upload. *What is your favourite Tesla quote?* *"I don’t care that they stole my idea … I care that they don’t have any of their own."* - Nikola Tesla Time Stamps 📽 Introduction 0:12 Early Life 1:23 Working For Edison 3:31 The War of The Currents 6:45 Tesla's Many Inventions 9:36 A Fatal Flaw 10:37 Wardenclyffe and Later Years 12:29 Nikola Tesla 15:25

    • Robert Davies

      Robert Davies

      2 ай бұрын

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    • Sasha V

      Sasha V

      2 ай бұрын

      Awesome 👍

    • dusan j.d. dragovic

      dusan j.d. dragovic

      2 ай бұрын

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    • Science Dave Dunning

      Science Dave Dunning

      2 ай бұрын

      @Matthew Jarrod Every blue collar mind is taken unfair advantage of, for some chaos creating white collar ignoramus's profit

    • Michele Cunningham

      Michele Cunningham

      2 ай бұрын

      It is time for us all to wake up! This is about control, manipulation and greed. This is what we are in right at this moment in time. We must all wake up to what this is about. The media was controlled then as it is now. Truth is extremely hard to find but is laid out clearly in this documentary. Tesla was shunned and stopped not because the world was not ready for his genius but because his genius prevented the rich from getting richer. The m.o. of the powers that be is to enslave and take advantage of us. We allow it because we close our eyes to the truth. We are unwilling to believe that “they” do not have our best interests in mind and never have. The cognitive dissonance this causes is massive and so we accept it. “They” are still at it and with neither a thought nor a care for humanity. It is up to us to take this into our own Hands and create the world we know in our hearts is possible, not by fighting them but by creating it ourselves. Are we up for the task? The time is now wherever you are on this beautiful planet. Thank you Nicola Tesla for your wisdom and caring for humanity. May we honor you and your genius by taking our stand and creating a New Earth as it was meant to be. Free energy is possible now as Tesla so clearly shows us still to this day.

  2. 1tarawho

    1tarawho

    Жыл бұрын

    This man has been erased from our history and this deeply saddens me!!! He was brilliant and I am a teacher of history. I have my students look Tesla up and we do lessons on him and his inventions. I will try my best to educate our youth about this incredible man and all his accomplishments!!!

    • 46magars

      46magars

      Ай бұрын

      I do have yet all the facts to make an affirmation,but is said that the Tesla was investigated by the CIA, that this agency had a file of him☹️🤔🤔🤔

    • Duanne Yates

      Duanne Yates

      Ай бұрын

      Nice one mate

    • Jay Dee

      Jay Dee

      Ай бұрын

      I wonder how many unseen geniuses are around today..

    • Sour durian

      Sour durian

      Ай бұрын

      now the whole world knows his namesake, Tesla, and in return, knows more about this man.. He was in a league of his own..

    • Andrea Eden

      Andrea Eden

      Ай бұрын

      @rm p stolen by Government and Edison basically sold out and sold his (Tesla's) research I've read which chanhed us from having free energy to being charged. Not sure how true it is but seems plausible.

  3. t

    t

    8 ай бұрын

    Truly truly ahead of his time. A true genius. Rest In Peace

    • David / Давид🇷🇸

      David / Давид🇷🇸

      2 ай бұрын

      A true Serbian Genius.

    • Kenta Jin

      Kenta Jin

      2 ай бұрын

      @straytonox149 you can still be a true alpha male with virginity or without virginity!

    • straytonox149

      straytonox149

      2 ай бұрын

      @Kenta Jin wdym ?

    • Kenta Jin

      Kenta Jin

      2 ай бұрын

      @straytonox149 being a virgin doesn't make you an Alpha male!

    • straytonox149

      straytonox149

      2 ай бұрын

      a true alpha male who died virgin

  4. David Joya

    David Joya

    3 ай бұрын

    This man has been my idol since childhood, am an engineer today because of him .I wish I would had the chance to meet him in person ,rest easy sir .

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      StarLord plays

      2 ай бұрын

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  5. Better You

    Better You

    2 ай бұрын

    He was not "one of the greatest mind of he modern era", he was THE GREATEST MIND OF ALL TIMES" (IMO)

    • loopuleasa

      loopuleasa

      Ай бұрын

      that title was contested a bit, as Feynman, Einstein, Isaac existed to be honest but still likely in the top 10

    • Science Dave Dunning

      Science Dave Dunning

      Ай бұрын

      @Better You There is a great deal of misinformation, misunderstanding regarding Tesla. Also alot of legends with little basis in fact. Some believe he was borne from Venus on the back of a huge white pigeon. I do not believe such lunacy. The more credible accounts are amazing enough......... that he was able to create ball lightning at will in his lab, holding a ball of ionized gas in his hands, tossing it across the room and into someone's lap.......... that he was able to cause all the air in a theater to ionize and glow, astounding the audience......... that he attached a small resonating device to a girder in his lab, that shook an entire New York city block like an earthquake, knocking it off the girder moments before the police arrived, and playing it all innocent as if the shaking was just as much a mystery to himself as to the police........ that a bank of capacitors he discharged up an antenna in Boulder Colorado caused a freak lightning strike in the Indian ocean that was reported by four sailing ships. Who better to be passionate about ? Just try to keep the plausible separate from the highly unlikely, my friend. Tesla's life is a fascinating story within the boundaries of known science.

    • Better You

      Better You

      Ай бұрын

      @Science Dave Dunning I admit I am very passionate about Tesla. 🙂

    • Science Dave Dunning

      Science Dave Dunning

      2 ай бұрын

      @Noah As admiring of Newton we may be, in the end his understanding of gravity was incomplete and incorrect. He helps us understand pool tables and bowling alleys, but falls woefully short of taking our understanding to the stars. He was a product of his time, but his time was before the age of reason.

    • Noah

      Noah

      2 ай бұрын

      I would personally give it to Isaac Newton

  6. FinTech -6

    FinTech -6

    Күн бұрын

    "All these years that I had spent in the service of mankind brought me nothing but insults and humiliation." lasts words so sad we would be dead with out him

  7. Dancing Nachos

    Dancing Nachos

    2 жыл бұрын

    I am deeply offended that we were taught About Edison who was portrayed as a hero. I don't recall Tesla in our textbooks two decades ago.

    • Lee Mathoo

      Lee Mathoo

      26 күн бұрын

      History is written by half truth and whole lies

    • Dia

      Dia

      Ай бұрын

      That's sad!

    • Gigi Lafonte

      Gigi Lafonte

      Ай бұрын

      @k.d.kelley So what? His education, his talents, his soul and his intelect had nothing to do with "ameerika". Tesla came to US as a formed man just to be cheated by his "fellow Americans".

    • k.d.kelley

      k.d.kelley

      Ай бұрын

      @Gigi Lafonte He was literally an American citizen lol

    • TTnMatt

      TTnMatt

      2 ай бұрын

      @Cristhian well laid out points!!👏👏

  8. Vanilla Rice

    Vanilla Rice

    23 сағат бұрын

    As brilliant as Tesla's work in invention and electricity is, do yourself a favor and search for his most famous quotes. His thoughts of spirituality are amazing and love of mankind is proven there as well. "If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration." Tesla had to be a channel between God and man whom his ideas flowed from., God said Let there be light and this light flowed thru Tesla's mind to give gifts which have transformed humanity for the better.

  9. Julia

    Julia

    7 ай бұрын

    I feel so sorry that he didn‘t witness the credit that he is given now in his lifetime

    • Nancy Hewitt

      Nancy Hewitt

      2 ай бұрын

      I think more teachers should teach our children more about Tesla, they need to know what a genius he really was. I would hope more teachers do this, it is never to late to give this man the credit he deserves. I really think this is why Elon Musk named his company Tesla, he realized how much of a genius Tesla was.

    • Morris D

      Morris D

      3 ай бұрын

      Hi Julia how are you?

  10. Chris Hatton

    Chris Hatton

    2 ай бұрын

    This is a heartbreaking story . Possibly the start of the great cover up. I feel he held the key to filling the missing parts of technology we still don't know about. The sheer fact we are taught nothing about him just fuels the cover up fire 🔥

    • Melissa Moaning

      Melissa Moaning

      2 ай бұрын

      Clearly he knew too much ahead of time

  11. Joseph Simontacchi

    Joseph Simontacchi

    8 ай бұрын

    He gave up his massive royalties to Westinghouse,who he considered a friend. You would think that Westinghouse would have watched out for him and helped him through life. He was a man dedicated to helping people through Science. He had so many distinct gifts. People like this are often not able to deal with the mundane task of living. Sad that they all took from him and no one offered him anything.

    • mad estonian

      mad estonian

      Ай бұрын

      @Mitchell Rogers so what's better today?

    • Mitchell Rogers

      Mitchell Rogers

      Ай бұрын

      @mad estonian lol are you kidding me, millions and millions of people were dying in a world war

    • mad estonian

      mad estonian

      Ай бұрын

      @Mitchell Rogers people were pretty messed up back in the day?.... amm.... I feel confident enough to say, that it hasn't really got better today, compared to a hundred years ago....

    • kev3d

      kev3d

      2 ай бұрын

      @jamie bennett He praised Edison in his autobiography.

    • Ayomide Akinsiku

      Ayomide Akinsiku

      2 ай бұрын

      @Joseph Simontacchi I totally understand you, Joseph. But as you've written: "if there is a liability on the books". IF is the keyword here. People that may have taken over Westinghouse (the company) could have had no sense of gratitude and just downplayed Tesla's import. I don't like what happened to NT. I think he was brutally dealt with (we all agree), and his case is a perfect example of nice guys finishing last.

  12. Mare Care

    Mare Care

    Жыл бұрын

    Einstein was asked how it felt to be the smartest man on Earth, Einstein replied, "I wouldn't know. Ask Nikola Tesla".

    • Ubico moga osvezenja

      Ubico moga osvezenja

      26 күн бұрын

      @John 316Verrocchio?!

    • Art Dehls

      Art Dehls

      Ай бұрын

      @RLomoterenge A truly interesting guy. I hate the personality cultists who turn him into some sort of infallible god, no matter how fucked up the stuff he spouted. I prefer my humans to be human and can admire them warts and all. Einstein was a shit family man... Feynman was a womanizing egotist... Heavyside was a nutbar and totally abusive to his sister... etc. :D ...and i stole a 20 from me mum's purse a few times. Bastard!

    • kev3d

      kev3d

      2 ай бұрын

      @79Rigel "Nikola Tesla was a humble man." Untrue, he was a grand self-promoter and was treated like a Rockstar during his prime years at his public demonstrations.

    • Science Dave Dunning

      Science Dave Dunning

      2 ай бұрын

      @zezizarjaars The steam engine I described above would have a prototype cost of $3000 and a mass production cost of $200 per unit. A suitable boiler for the car would cost $4000 to prototype and $500 per unit to mass produce. I have been doing the WORK on this car for 30 years. Don't pretend you know more than I do ! LMAO

    • Science Dave Dunning

      Science Dave Dunning

      2 ай бұрын

      @zezizarjaars A steam auto with a double acting 2 cylinder Watts type engine of 5in dia pistons by 8in stroke , operating at 1000 psi would deliver 4000 ft lbs to the drive wheels constantly. With 30 in Dia wheels a one ton vehicle would thus accelerate from 0 to 60 in approx 7 seconds . The car would require no energy robbing clutch or transmission, in fact would have as little as 40 moving parts in the entire engine and drive train. Making the steam car far less expensive to manufacture than any competitor. It is cleaner than electrics because there is no lithium mining or refining. It requires no special charging stations to be built, as it can run on our exsisting fuel delivery infrastructure. ONLY the steam car can burn ANY liquid or vapor fuel, thus putting ALL fuels in direct competition with each other for lower fuel prices across the board. The top rpm of a steam auto would be 900rpm at highway speeds thus eliminating friction, vibration, and bearing pound. The engine and drive train could last a million miles or more with nothing but routine maintenance. It could be driven constantly day and night 24 hours without ever having to be parked for charging like the vastly inferior and over priced electric cars. And if it is ever totalled, and must be disposed of, there are no elements in the steamer that must be separated from the rest for proper environmentally sound disposal, because the steam car IS CLEANER than the electric. The 1st car to go 120mph was a steamer. The first car that could have ( if it had a smooth running surface, air dams, shock absorbers, or even simply proper weight distribution) gone 200mph was a steam car. The 120mph record stood for 4 years, the 200mph record would have held for 20 years before being beaten by internal combustion car with 22 more cylinders. Musk's dumbass electrics are nowhere near being able to match this performance and if you don't know that you are one ignorant little putz

  13. Ben Mitchell

    Ben Mitchell

    3 ай бұрын

    Shame on the world for letting this happen to such an amazing man 👽

    • Aussie Girl

      Aussie Girl

      5 күн бұрын

      Love of money is the ROOT of ALL EVIL.. We are today living in the results of those early days of suppression of technology like Nikola's.. WEF.. UN.. WHO.. you name it.. every corrupt Govt on the planet is the direct & indirect result of such suppression..

    • Voidroamer

      Voidroamer

      Ай бұрын

      @kydrythm happens every second of every day

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      StarLord plays

      2 ай бұрын

      👽

    • kydrythm

      kydrythm

      2 ай бұрын

      It'll happen again.

    • Grace Waszkiewicz

      Grace Waszkiewicz

      2 ай бұрын

      Shame goes to America most of all...like with many things, problems and people - then and now..

  14. Ninoslav Zivojinovic

    Ninoslav Zivojinovic

    2 ай бұрын

    This man is not only the pride and joy of all Serbs but of the whole world he is a modern day scientist saint

    • petada illovah

      petada illovah

      4 күн бұрын

      Since when serbs have last name without Viç at the end ,, funny , He is not Serbian 100%Sure about that !

  15. quantanglement

    quantanglement

    2 ай бұрын

    I remember reading a book on Tesla years ago. If you mentioned his name few if any would know who he was. and I learned about some of the things Edison did - just horrible. What can you say about a man that repeatedly tortured animals - to the death? Of course he was always portrayed as some hero when we learned about him as kids. Just another example of how 'accurate' our history books were.

    • kev3d

      kev3d

      2 ай бұрын

      Edison did not "torture" animals to death, they were provided by the SPCA because they were condemned and electrocution was seen as a more humane alternative to the common methods at the time, drowning or strangulation.

    • Lee Chin

      Lee Chin

      2 ай бұрын

      Absolutely despicable, electrocuting innocent living beings just so that he could protect his patented interest, and more so, out of spite, he knew he was dumber than Tesla.

  16. William Christian

    William Christian

    2 ай бұрын

    He’s still a couple of centuries ahead. His works still are being figured out by certainly many top minds. He’s next level quadrupled.

  17. Marco S.

    Marco S.

    2 жыл бұрын

    His only „fault“ was, he did all for people, not for the money. Thats how this world deals with people like Nikola Tesla.

    • Советский коммунист КГБ шпион

      Советский коммунист КГБ шпион

      2 күн бұрын

      This gives off "society doesn't get me" vibes lmao

    • phoenixkb13

      phoenixkb13

      11 күн бұрын

      Not a fault at all. He was an Earth Angel. Everyone else is a greedy bastard with morals no integrity nor compassion

    • anon anon

      anon anon

      13 күн бұрын

      My hero.

    • IGGY ALCARAZ

      IGGY ALCARAZ

      14 күн бұрын

      And all the powerful took advantage. Also when he died! All his previous investors along with the US government took his documents, patente and only gave his nephew the patents that less value

    • IGGY ALCARAZ

      IGGY ALCARAZ

      14 күн бұрын

      And all the powerful took advantage. Also when he died! All his previous investors along with the US government took his documents, patente and only gave his nephew the patents that less value

  18. scott Murray

    scott Murray

    2 ай бұрын

    I'm in tears at the brilliance and spirit of this monumental genius.

    • Dhananjay Jogdand

      Dhananjay Jogdand

      17 күн бұрын

      Me too

  19. Jack Mehoff

    Jack Mehoff

    2 ай бұрын

    The way this man died and how he has not been properly remembered and honored is a historic tragedy. AC current alone has sustained us globally for a century.

  20. Omotolani Sulu

    Omotolani Sulu

    2 ай бұрын

    What an humble, incredible and genuine human being.

  21. Matthew Minnick

    Matthew Minnick

    2 ай бұрын

    Missing SO MUCH CONTEXT in-between his "defining" life moments. One really cool fun fact is that Tesla was born during a massive lightning storm. Pretty crazy coincidental huh?

  22. Willow

    Willow

    2 жыл бұрын

    As a child, Edison was taught in history class as the great inventor of electricity. A lie. The truth was Tesla was the genius behind electricity, Edison was a greedy, sly opportunist, who took advantage of Tesla. It is heartbreaking the condition that Tesla was in at the end of his life. He obviously was starving to death, living on milk and crackers. His appearance is shocking and sad in his final days. Was there no one who could have found compassion enough to give him nourishment and kind enough to befriend him and give visits to a lonely man? Our government had no right to seize his work, but I am not shocked by it. He was taken advantage of, and instead was exploited by so many. May he rest in perfect peace, something that eluded him in life.

    • Советский коммунист КГБ шпион

      Советский коммунист КГБ шпион

      2 күн бұрын

      That's not the case anymore, I had never heard of Edison before this video

    • frank chiedo

      frank chiedo

      Ай бұрын

      😭😭😭😭😭

    • Mike Sanders

      Mike Sanders

      2 ай бұрын

      & for edison to have so many animals executed all for discrediting another company for financial gain, sick. & every person who facilitated it should also be exposed & shamed posthumously.

    • Science Dave Dunning

      Science Dave Dunning

      2 ай бұрын

      @CristhianHere is a fact............ You do not know what frame dragging is , because you are too lazy to look it up and learn anything new, even though you have had hours upon hours to do so. Here is your fantasy......... You know all there is to know, so there is no point to cleaning the crap out of your ears to listen to anything you do not already know. Here is the source of your confusion ( chaos )...... Your bone headed beliefs are enough for you to promote as truths and then cram down the throats of other people who know better than you, as if your beliefs were fact. Since you are too stupid and lazy to pick up a science book........ at least pick up a book about philosophy and learn the difference between beliefs ( of which you have way too many ) truths ( of which you cannot reason out for yourself ) and facts ( which you do not recognize even when you are hit in the face with them ) Not put some raw meat over that black eye and go back to school, little one

    • Cristhian

      Cristhian

      2 ай бұрын

      @Science Dave Dunning That is what I am telling you, besides you had not provided a single fact in all our posts.

  23. Nikola Tesla

    Nikola Tesla

    2 күн бұрын

    Great Documentary loved it

  24. Tanvir Hussain

    Tanvir Hussain

    Ай бұрын

    Actually brings tears to my eyes how how evil someone like Edison truly was. Edison didnt even do 1% of good for humanity what Tesla did. He is an inspiration and we really do need people do selfless like him today.

  25. technics6

    technics6

    2 ай бұрын

    He deserves more than 16 minutes, but you made it respectfully. Nice job.

  26. Al

    Al

    Ай бұрын

    Remembering when I for the first time heard about Tesla, maybe 20 years ago! Been my inspiration ever since! A man that truly worked for the Humanity!!!

  27. Spartan 117

    Spartan 117

    2 жыл бұрын

    I don't know why Edison is seen as some godly inventor. Maybe because he is American. And a genius like Nikola Tesla was considered an outsider.

    • Aleksandar Vesic

      Aleksandar Vesic

      Ай бұрын

      Because Nikola was a Serb 🇷🇸

    • Science Dave Dunning

      Science Dave Dunning

      2 ай бұрын

      @Cristhian Not in any position to debate your point. But if only scientists were in charge, instead of political and corporate cultists, the world would be a paradise ....... am I right ?

    • Cristhian

      Cristhian

      2 ай бұрын

      @Science Dave Dunning I would use the word improve more than invent, because one of the first patent for a " brushless motor" was registrated by an Italian inventor in 1855, one year before Tesla was even born, there is also the models of Faraday, also before Tesla was even born. Yes, Tesla improve those models, but the original idea come from others.

    • Science Dave Dunning

      Science Dave Dunning

      2 ай бұрын

      @Cristhian Tesla invented the first " brushless motor" and several designs for induction motors , the kind they used to employ in electric clocks cause their speed was governed by the constant 60hz power supplied to run them....... All Tesla's designs were simpler, more reliable, lower maintenance than those that had come before

    • Science Dave Dunning

      Science Dave Dunning

      2 ай бұрын

      @Jimmy Robinson Liberal refers to ' Libra ' the zodiac sign of the balance scales. Liberal means balanced , open minded with healthy degree of skepticism. What are you ? Out of balance ? Which way are you out of balance ? Are you conservatively out of balance ? Or are you radically out of balance ? What makes you think an unbalanced mind like yours is in a position to condemn a balanced mind ? I think you need counciling and soon, before you make a bigger ignorant asshole out of yourself by trying to condemn people whose thinking is obviously much clearer than your own. You apparently don't even know the meaning of the words you toss around. You sound like a Trump sycophant. Daring to call yourself " conservative " cause it sounds good, while simultaneously turning your back on the American system of ethical self government, and espousing a treasonous fascist law and order government like Hitler or Stalin. No one was ever more ignorant or out of balance than a radical Trump zombie calling himself " conservative " while ignoring everything that ever made America different from NAZI Germany. We practice self government here in America ! So take your beauracratic policy and stick it back up beazulbub's butthole, then climb back in there where you came from !

  28. Michael Stephan

    Michael Stephan

    2 ай бұрын

    Rarely do I voice an opinion. Looking back at my education, I have to say that I am more than dis-heartened. It was only about Edison, and 10k+ attempts for the electric light bulb. Tesla brings tears to my eyes because of his genius unrecognized. Excellent synopsis.

  29. Alonso de Hojeda

    Alonso de Hojeda

    2 ай бұрын

    "Because you see exact science is not always exact" Excellent upload, Sir!

  30. Cindi Possidento

    Cindi Possidento

    5 ай бұрын

    That was outstanding!!! God Bless that man, I feel for him. He made great advancements in our world.

    • Theofrustus

      Theofrustus

      2 ай бұрын

      There's no God to bless. People like these are the only ones actually and factually blessing all of humanity.

    • Morris D

      Morris D

      3 ай бұрын

      Hi Cindi how are you?

  31. Radu P

    Radu P

    5 ай бұрын

    As someone who has weird visions of understanding things and having a profound interest in the universe and how it works from bits to pieces to whole, I get a small glimpse of what he saw and how and I find it fascinating. What he saw about the 369 is absolutely amazing and I see like...the structure of the universe in numbers itself as its "conceptual manifestation". If you follow the pattern of numbers and notice what happens with 3 6 9 you can clearly see the way the waves of the thorus moves, the fundamental pattern of existence. he set 0=9 on the circle because in math 0=360 degrees while meajuring a circle and from there found the function to apply to see the pattern of existence. This dude was so different from other people, such a deep mind and I have the feeling that what people call conspiracies in his "theoretical" works, as said by society, are actually not conspiracies and he had more technology that was hidden by people like Edison who only have profits and totally selfish agendas. The more I live and the more I learn, the more I subtly see this man's brilliance. Even though he is not the first, I am sure, ancient people knew about these things, the buddhists were analyzing geometry much much time ago and I guess they figured it too. Tesla was just more in touch with his body and his intuitive side compared to the average joe

  32. A.V.P 7

    A.V.P 7

    2 жыл бұрын

    A proper movie on Tesla is much Deserved. ❤

    • WarriorMan Maxx

      WarriorMan Maxx

      2 ай бұрын

      @Ash Thuroit - Shia LaBeouf is NOT getting the role, thankfully!!

    • Six66string

      Six66string

      2 ай бұрын

      I can’t wait for “devil in the white city,” taking place around the Columbian expo of 1893. When Tesla was trying to gift the world an abundance of safe electricity, H.H. Holmes was murdering hundreds in his “murder castle” in the heart of Chicago. Such an interesting time the turn of that century was

    • Six66string

      Six66string

      2 ай бұрын

      @Gavin O'Hare Ethan hawke? That’s actually perfect casting. They look very similar. Never put that together until now

    • Jimmy

      Jimmy

      3 ай бұрын

      Let's not forget it's this guy when he was a young punk and federal worker that brainstormed together with Dr. Gallow (I believe) and dinkered with viruses and created the htlv, HIV AIDS virus, much of the work done in Fort Detrick Maryland and other parts done at UCLA

    • Jimmy

      Jimmy

      3 ай бұрын

      We may do that however major projects are planned ahead. We have allot of work we will be doing with the youth who show unique a approach to learning about the sciences and engineering. We will be breaking ground in the UAE as well as the Niagara Falls region of Canada hopefully in 2023 but it could push out a little there's going to be youth centers sponsored by the Nikola Tesla Foundation International in many scholarships for their learning education will be drafted to these gifted youth

  33. VictoriaSobocki

    VictoriaSobocki

    2 ай бұрын

    Absolutely insane how talented and ahead of his time he was! I’m sorry for how his story went.

  34. Three Balled Tomcat

    Three Balled Tomcat

    2 ай бұрын

    Thanks for the great upload. This is a great documentary that covers a lot of the high points of Teslas' many accomplishments. It saddens me that Tesla didn't get the credit he deserved for a lot of his inventions. It saddens me more that he died in such poor conditions.

  35. Marco Castillo

    Marco Castillo

    2 ай бұрын

    Best Tesla'S Documentary ever!!! Blessings tô whoever did it!!!

  36. Terese McNamara

    Terese McNamara

    18 күн бұрын

    This man was my hero. It burns me up to see how he was treated

  37. T- Mac

    T- Mac

    2 жыл бұрын

    Unappreciated genius. So many years ahead of his time

    • Ambriel Apps

      Ambriel Apps

      Жыл бұрын

      A century ahead of his time !! 🙏😔

    • William M. Bill

      William M. Bill

      Жыл бұрын

      @E C yeah but bottom line. Either you're the taker or the taken.

    • E C

      E C

      Жыл бұрын

      Your comment is about as dismissive and minimizing as establishments.

    • Erik Gonzalez

      Erik Gonzalez

      Жыл бұрын

      Eon's ahead of his time.

    • Robert Cunningham

      Robert Cunningham

      Жыл бұрын

      No the time is ok the people are simple minded.

  38. Kirra

    Kirra

    3 ай бұрын

    I continue being in awe of the man. It is a pity he didn’t have a wonderful businessman friend that could have assisted him with his patents, so he had kept on and kept on inventing. What a wonderful mind and human being he was.

    • Aussie Girl

      Aussie Girl

      5 күн бұрын

      @Bas van Ritbergen Westinghouse didn't want the ppl to have free energy.. he said NO to Tesla for that.. he said.. We want metres" he wasn't that good to Tesla.. or us for that matter..

    • Bas van Ritbergen

      Bas van Ritbergen

      25 күн бұрын

      he had Westinghouse which helped him where he could... but Westinghouse was not as powerfull as Edison.

  39. ชญาดา บัวกลาง

    ชญาดา บัวกลาง

    2 ай бұрын

    The world will never forget his brilliance. A man who was instrumental in developing solutions for the benefit of mankind.

  40. SHERMAN YOUNG

    SHERMAN YOUNG

    2 ай бұрын

    When i started welding training a few years ago, on the very first day of class, the first thing the instructor made us do was watch a 2 hour Modern Marvels movie about Tesla, he was a brilliant man ahead of his time,if he was alive today we would probably be using Fusion reactors, have 100% renewable energy and not burning dead dinosaurs for fuel and electric ⚡💡

    • Science Dave Dunning

      Science Dave Dunning

      2 ай бұрын

      We could be using Farnsworth Fusors, tabletop devices that use electrostatic plasma confinement, in place of the more bulky and expensive magnetic containment torus. These devices are routinely used as a source of neutrons for collider experiments so that proves fusion is occurring. We need to place some deuterium in the thing, and ramp up the containment voltage past the break even point, see how much energy in the form of neutrons radiation comes out. I imagine the neutrons bombard a copper boiler, create steam which runs a turbine to turn a dynamo. I cannot imagine why we are not running the entire eastern US power grid on $0.50 per month

  41. Franky Uk

    Franky Uk

    3 ай бұрын

    Einstein was once asked, "What's it like being a genius?" "I don't know", Einstein replied. "Ask Tesla"...

  42. MELISSA PEREZ

    MELISSA PEREZ

    2 жыл бұрын

    RIP to this incredible man. I wish more people knew more about his life, he deserves a museum 😭

    • Elba Costa

      Elba Costa

      2 ай бұрын

      Yes, yes it's

    • SerboAssassin

      SerboAssassin

      2 ай бұрын

      @Maja Bogovic Tell the world how Croats killed his whole family just for being Serbs... They didnt think his life would ever have an impact on this world that it did and now you wanna adopt him as he was Croatian...shame on you.

    • Nik Karel

      Nik Karel

      2 ай бұрын

      @Aleksandar Nesic тако је брате!

    • Nik Karel

      Nik Karel

      2 ай бұрын

      @Maja Bogovic just tell us how his family members were treated in Croatia, will ya. And you are right, a Serbian great mind lived for a very short time in Croatia..nothing else.

    • DangerZone

      DangerZone

      3 ай бұрын

      His story is so tragic. Makes me really sad for him. Poor lonely genius who powered the entire planet. RIP

  43. Jay F

    Jay F

    2 ай бұрын

    History is written by the victors, and Edison would stop at nothing to win. I knew he'd 'stolen' the lightbulb from Swann and the DC/AC war, but I never knew his role in radio and in crushing one of the world's greatest minds (and biggest hearts). Thank you for the education.

  44. David Heilman

    David Heilman

    2 ай бұрын

    Nikola Tesla was a man ahead of OUR time!

  45. Robert

    Robert

    2 ай бұрын

    I have so much respect, love, and admiration for this man. 👍

  46. oksills

    oksills

    2 ай бұрын

    This man, his life and career, represent only a minute amount of “truth” that has been kept from us. We know “nothing” of our real history and even less about what is happening at this very moment.

  47. rhynn. bow

    rhynn. bow

    2 жыл бұрын

    Some tears escaped my eyes. He maybe the forgotten inventor but I will spread his name in my circle. I will let my friends or even my family how great this man is. He did it for the people not for money. We owe him a lot but he didnt received what he should have receive. This need some justice, Education facilities, media, let the people know this man. Nikola Tesla, I salute you. Thank you.

    • Life is beautiful

      Life is beautiful

      2 ай бұрын

      @Cannon Man He was Serbian ,even his father was Orthodox Serbian pastor in Croatia...You can be born in China but you are still not Chinese .

    • 常识CommonSense

      常识CommonSense

      2 ай бұрын

      Elon Musk named his car company as Teslu. His name will overall the world. Indeed The Big Bang Theory having a episode describe and compared Teslu VS Edison. 😄, eventually the world will know the truth.

    • Montenegro

      Montenegro

      3 ай бұрын

      @Cannon Man Ahem..he was an ethnic Serbian, born in then Austro-Hungary. Croatia wasn't existing at that time.

    • Montenegro

      Montenegro

      3 ай бұрын

      Thanks for that ❤

    • samuel shin

      samuel shin

      6 ай бұрын

      Tesla was not a physicist, he was a dumb engineer. AC was not a new thing, it was one consequence of Maxwell's equations. He was just like any other dumb engineer, applying physics. He criticized Einstein's work because, obviously, he could not understand it. He did not trust in mathematics because he did not know how to comprehend it. He, for the most part, just boasted off that he has discovered something in Physics, when he did not. If he did, he would run like dogs for publishing it. EINSTEIN did not give a **** about what he said, instead appreciated his work in engineering.

  48. Mistral Unizion Music _ Jonathan Bougie-Lauzon

    Mistral Unizion Music _ Jonathan Bougie-Lauzon

    2 ай бұрын

    Great documentary. Thanks. I have bought a couple books about his inventions and his life. He was indeed way ahead of his time. A movie should be made about his whole life. So fascinating! I was so proud to see a statue of him on the Canadian side of the Niagara Falls (I am Canadian) because this was the place where the first hydroelectric facility existed in the entire world! All because of him! 😲🙏 Huge respect, we owe him for most every technology we use daily nowadays, including our "beloved" smartphones. Like Elon Musk said: We all have super powers now, to have access to any answers from about any questions we have, just at the tip of our fingers and to be able to communicate with most every other human on the planet in a matter of seconds. Incredible!

  49. Joshua McDermott

    Joshua McDermott

    2 ай бұрын

    The greatest philanthropist the world has ever known...and that's not to mention his astounding genius...my hat will forever be off to him...

  50. DangerZone

    DangerZone

    3 ай бұрын

    His story is so tragic. Makes me really sad for him. Poor lonely genius who powered the entire planet. RIP

  51. Nurse Terra 🍄

    Nurse Terra 🍄

    2 ай бұрын

    THIS beautiful man died poor and alone in a hotel room and that's heartbreaking. It makes me so depressed looking at this frail, thin man in the last picture of him. He will forever live in our History, books, through his inventions and the world should cherish his memory. He was truly one of a kind. Truly the definition of a genius.

  52. high five

    high five

    11 ай бұрын

    The fact that my 7th grade son has heard of Thomas Edison but not Nikola Tesla is more evidence that our education system is broken

    • DeadJazz

      DeadJazz

      Ай бұрын

      Kids learn about Edison at the same time as Tesla where im from

    • kat Bat

      kat Bat

      Ай бұрын

      Your children learn about a tinkerer and not a Genius. Education system or idiot system? Keep us where they must. Good health.

    • Marcel Molenaar

      Marcel Molenaar

      Ай бұрын

      @Artur Vinko Bogdan Yeah i know.

    • Artur Vinko Bogdan

      Artur Vinko Bogdan

      Ай бұрын

      @Marcel Molenaar 🤝👏 What does that tell us ? How many questions does it open ! Not a doubts , facts ... No doubt , someone keeps lying...

    • Marcel Molenaar

      Marcel Molenaar

      Ай бұрын

      Almost nobody knows that E=mc2 was stolen from Henry Poincaré

  53. the Sage & the Butterfly

    the Sage & the Butterfly

    4 ай бұрын

    Sadly too late, but he has finally gotten the attention of the world. His inventions will prevail and more made a reality. Free energy is the near future.

  54. Richy Bobulinski

    Richy Bobulinski

    2 ай бұрын

    When Marconi was gearing up for some important radio signal tests, Tesla told the media that he had already received radio transmissions that he believed were from Mars. With his technology, he claimed, we would soon be able to communicate with other planets almost instantaneously. Other projects he claimed to be working on included a torpedo that could be recalled even after being fired and a powerful death ray. As bizarre as these claims sounded, they gave the impression that Tesla was light-years ahead of everyone else. But if the general public was impressed, the scientific community was decidedly not, regarding Tesla as being mostly full of hot air. While this is an overreaction-Tesla certainly did contribute to our body of scientific knowledge-the plausibility of many of Tesla’s inventions is greatly exaggerated.

  55. Darrkstar420

    Darrkstar420

    2 ай бұрын

    Nikola Tesla..... greatest inventor ever. Far, far ahead of his time. The desire for power by his competitors, even though he offered the better product, destroyed him 😞 I wish we learned more about him when I went to school. I learned a great deal about him since then.

  56. Functional Van Conversion

    Functional Van Conversion

    2 ай бұрын

    I got chills listening to this guy's story. I know a handful of people I know who have genuine compassion for humanity like Teslas. I know only one who has this genuine compassion for humanity combined with genius, organization, and grit to thrive amongst a sea of sharks.

  57. Mike

    Mike

    2 жыл бұрын

    You can spend an entire lifetime talking about Nikola Tesla and you still won't understand him, his thought process was so far ahead of other people that even other geniuses like Albert Einstein were amazed by his brilliance. Truly one of a kind.

    • melviness

      melviness

      4 ай бұрын

      @clive rudman bruh Elon Musk is a marketer, and a rly good one obviously. He's got so many people believing his futurism and yes he's successful and might take us to mars but doesn't mean he's a Tesla like genius cuz he's not.

    • rainofrest

      rainofrest

      4 ай бұрын

      @clive rudman 💀

    • clive rudman

      clive rudman

      4 ай бұрын

      @melviness no that's not true he risk all he had on a legacy, his wealth is a consequence of that dream.

    • melviness

      melviness

      4 ай бұрын

      @clive rudman wdym? Elon Musk does care a lot about money and power, there's a reason he's the richest.

    • clive rudman

      clive rudman

      4 ай бұрын

      Its funny Elon Musk and Nikola Tesla share a common trait, their primary motivation isn't money.

  58. Paul

    Paul

    2 ай бұрын

    Edison was a businessman who made some inventions, but as a scientist and inventor, he was second rate compared to Tesla, perhaps third rate. Money is not the mark of brilliant intelligence. Edison was also a thief. But he is lionized to an underserved extent, much like many figures today.

  59. Yin Yang Curls

    Yin Yang Curls

    2 ай бұрын

    Its crazy how they let Edison torture animals to "prove his superiority" and not only that how much of his brilliance was selfless and the entire world just stole his ideas and profited off them. So sad to hear how such a brilliant man lived the last of his years. May he Rest In Peace.

  60. havanese37

    havanese37

    2 ай бұрын

    “The present is theirs; but the future, for which I really worked so hard for is mine.” Nikola Tesla

  61. Sharon Sparks

    Sharon Sparks

    6 ай бұрын

    Fascinating!! Poor man, died all alone.. here he was so brilliant.. God bless him.

    • Morris D

      Morris D

      3 ай бұрын

      Hi Sharon how are you?

  62. quilmesdave jeje

    quilmesdave jeje

    Жыл бұрын

    I get so emotional, when I hear about Nikola Tesla....Why, was he left out of the history books? He was a genius. He loved people. he loved humanity....

    • Aleksandar Vesic

      Aleksandar Vesic

      Ай бұрын

      Because he was Serb 🇷🇸

    • James Dean

      James Dean

      Ай бұрын

      Because cia stole his work and classified it

    • Lgiestas Giestas

      Lgiestas Giestas

      Ай бұрын

      Because he was in America 🇺🇸 where money speaks more than Science... 💰 is bigger than science in money love Amer$ca.

    • Thea

      Thea

      Ай бұрын

    • KC Carnage

      KC Carnage

      2 ай бұрын

      And that's exactly why. The globalist bankers and robbers couldn't make money out of the useless eaters (but they did nick his notes, and they do have their own free electricity, medbeds and antigravity equipment!)

  63. Brian Schulz

    Brian Schulz

    2 ай бұрын

    The greatest mind to have ever lived simply not just because he was so intelligent but so to his compassion to free the masses from.slavery may u continue to live on on earth in hearts of others may you fly high for eternity ..as many know who studied Sir Tesla hes watching over us a star so bright in the sky . Ty Sir for warming and enlightening us ❤💯🙂

  64. David G

    David G

    3 ай бұрын

    We need more people like this man honest genius gentleman.

  65. Richard Dupree

    Richard Dupree

    3 ай бұрын

    😢as I'm shopping for short ribs, I am listening to this in slight rage. The way this story was told in such closed time has touched me completely different from the small amount that I did know. How horrible to have used this man that accepted his greatness for the rise of humanity. They still do this to this day. They take great information and vault it as they did with the Egyptian people and no one whom deserves the credit, actually gets it. To be more famous and appreciated after death is one of the falls of our kind. God bless all those whom dive deep for humans knowing that moral have escaped for many...🙏🏾wow

  66. Roger Dodger

    Roger Dodger

    3 ай бұрын

    There were some brilliant scientists in that time. From Maxwell, Heisenberg, Rutherford, Einstein, Planck etc... These people were revolutionizing Physics. Tesla was developing technology.

  67. Jones Chilufya

    Jones Chilufya

    2 ай бұрын

    I am glad Elon Musk named one of his companies Tesla so that we can remember the much forgotten Nikola Tesla forever....

    • Anita Rogers

      Anita Rogers

      29 күн бұрын

      @Jones Chilufya: It would be sentimental and nice to think that, yes, but in reality, people will only equate it to Elon Musk.

  68. Salvatore Saccoccio

    Salvatore Saccoccio

    6 ай бұрын

    I attended a trade school from 1966 to 70. We had radio and tv, machine shop, automotive repairs and Electrical. In the four years that I attended and the three that I took the electrical course not a mention of Tesla. Edison was mentioned but not to any great lengths.

  69. Brian Whitehouse

    Brian Whitehouse

    2 ай бұрын

    Bless you Nicola Tesler .A man so advanced so a head of his time . It's happened through out time . In all walks of life . In the music industry. Elvis spring 2 mind . He was greatly exploited ..

  70. Melissa Larson

    Melissa Larson

    2 ай бұрын

    What an amazing but sad story. What a great man he was.

  71. jo eri

    jo eri

    2 жыл бұрын

    A man so ahead of his time, that people honor him a 100yrs later

    • samuel shin

      samuel shin

      6 ай бұрын

      Tesla was not a physicist, he was a dumb engineer. AC was not a new thing, it was one consequence of Maxwell's equations. He was just like any other dumb engineer, applying physics. He criticized Einstein's work because, obviously, he could not understand it. He did not trust in mathematics because he did not know how to comprehend it. He, for the most part, just boasted off that he has discovered something in Physics, when he did not. If he did, he would run like dogs for publishing it. EINSTEIN did not give a **** about what he said, instead appreciated his work in engineering.

    • Wim de Rijk

      Wim de Rijk

      Жыл бұрын

      @Banu Banu unless you have grandchildren. Then things change. Allthough, for me they did.

    • Leah Hussey

      Leah Hussey

      Жыл бұрын

      So well said! 👏

    • Robert Horry

      Robert Horry

      Жыл бұрын

      @Emanuela Mlinaric he's not dead

    • Bryce Harper

      Bryce Harper

      Жыл бұрын

      @Banu Banu anyone voting for democrats.....

  72. Jamie Sheridan

    Jamie Sheridan

    2 ай бұрын

    Rip Nikola Tesla , the true genius

  73. Elquesoyyo _

    Elquesoyyo _

    4 ай бұрын

    His genius didn't shape the world today , He "Nikola Tesla" made the world of today!

    • Art Dehls

      Art Dehls

      2 ай бұрын

      Yes, with his 19'th century version of physics.

  74. Corporate Unplugged

    Corporate Unplugged

    7 ай бұрын

    A genius with a heart !

    • Xavier Lopes

      Xavier Lopes

      2 ай бұрын

      Tesla was clearly a eugenicist, he made that clear in some of his comments.

  75. Joseph Lak

    Joseph Lak

    2 ай бұрын

    Nikola Tesla was a Genius thinking of helping humanity with he’s inventions it’s so sad Tesla died so poor and not recognized for his hard work.Yes Nikola Tesla change the word he was ahead of future way ahead of Technology just brilliant and Genius

  76. Gigi88

    Gigi88

    2 жыл бұрын

    I literally am on the verge of tears listening to this. I knew a lot or most of it but hearing everything he went through all at once just really got to me. I adore Nikola Tesla, a genius ahead of his time for sure. I'm glad he's at least finally getting some of the recognition now that he should've gotten when he was alive.

    • Jeanne Rosen

      Jeanne Rosen

      2 ай бұрын

      Nikola Tesla would have revolutionized the world, for the good of humanity. But those who wanted to hold humanity hostage shut him up. And then stole his brilliant inventions after his death.

    • Gigi88

      Gigi88

      2 ай бұрын

      @Gerry M. can you say more about that, I'm interested

    • Gigi88

      Gigi88

      3 ай бұрын

      @Slavka S. ugh don't even get me started with Edison! What a horrible charlatan of a man & shame shame shame on him for how he treated Tesla. I have to say it's uplifting to hear that you learned all about him in Serbia. I wish so much it was the same for all countries including the USA. I have made my 14 year old daughter very aware of who he is and have taught her about him since they don't teach about him in schools here.. She says he seems "really cool" and I don't disagree! 😁

    • Slavka S.

      Slavka S.

      3 ай бұрын

      In Serbia we were first taught about our great countryman Nikola Tesla at the earliest age by our parents and then at school, we had miniseries about life & work of Tesla in the 1970-s which helped bring everything we already knew about him to life. When I arrived in Australia in early 1980 I was shocked to learn that these people over here had no idea who Tesla was or who invented many of the things that they are using every minute of every day in their daily lives I couldn’t believe such ignorance, such stupidity…. It was beyond sad 😞 This is still pretty much the same these days as everyone knows only about that Edison has “invested” a lightbulb and some car is called Tesla. More people know about evil man such as Bill Gates who “invented” windows or more likely stole the idea of his dying friend & who gets excited just by talking about how, in his own words “just the vacc!ne in the arms of little kids” and openly talks about world depopulation amongst others evils… Very sad 😢

    • Gigi88

      Gigi88

      3 ай бұрын

      @Mystic Travel i know what you mean & that's part of the reason I have so much respect for him. But at least if he'd had some recognition, he wouldn't have died penniless & alone except for pigeons (not that I have anything against pigeons)

  77. Thunderbolt Wisdom

    Thunderbolt Wisdom

    2 ай бұрын

    That last comment on him only finding his place in the 21st century was very fitting for a man so far ahead of his time.

  78. EliasAlucard

    EliasAlucard

    2 ай бұрын

    Simply put, Tesla was great and awesome. His competitive history with Edison was replayed in the modern era between Dennis Ritchie and Steve Jobs. One guy invents a revolutionary technological product, the other guy profits on his invention and gets all the credit for it too. Ritchie and Jobs died about the same time, but everyone was mourning the salesman and not the inventor.

  79. Clayton Evans

    Clayton Evans

    4 ай бұрын

    Truly sad for him to end up like this , I would have thought his close friends would have helped him business wise

  80. Danush Kailash

    Danush Kailash

    6 ай бұрын

    A huge pathway for the advancement of science had been laid by the unsung genius hero 'Nikola Tesla'.

  81. A M

    A M

    2 ай бұрын

    So very sad how such a wonderful Genius relatively unknown to so many in this world other than the fact that Elon Musk's company name?!!! Incredible human being not concerned with Wealth which so many in this world chase after! RIP Mr. Tesla...

  82. Ayomide Akinsiku

    Ayomide Akinsiku

    2 ай бұрын

    When I found out about NT and George Westinghouse, I was surprised I never got to know about them earlier. Great men! Tesla's mind must have been a beautiful place.

  83. DMSProduktions

    DMSProduktions

    2 ай бұрын

    A true genius!

  84. Amber O'neal TV

    Amber O'neal TV

    2 ай бұрын

    Tesla will be a hero forever even in years to come ❤️

  85. leon lenny

    leon lenny

    2 жыл бұрын

    Tesla, the most interesting man to ever live. I can read and listen about four hours. The way he envisioned his technologies, his kind nature, everything about the guy is incredible.

    • DangerZone

      DangerZone

      3 ай бұрын

      @Wally Reyes Okay.

    • Wally Reyes

      Wally Reyes

      4 ай бұрын

      I love Tesla. But I only worship GOD,CHRIST IS THE MOST INCREDIBLE MAN flat out,not even a discussion. But Tesla, George Washington Carver,and many others are definitely great men. Tesla Is at the top of that hill.

  86. tabish raza

    tabish raza

    5 ай бұрын

    His excellence can't be expressed in words.

  87. echodelta9

    echodelta9

    2 ай бұрын

    I feel I have something in common with Tesla. I tend to visualize forces or functions without the math and find math excruciating even incomprehensible. Most of my EET collage classes I could have taught. Algebra in the third year had me drop out. I work with more than a century's tech from player pianos to MIDI computer emulation. His later years with pigeons was full of compulsive spoon wiping and other CO fantasies though. Coo. He wouldn't have eaten any of the hotel's food on a plate. 369, math based Jung junk. ... Twilight Zone theme plays... He got one right though WWW world wide wireless. He just had no idea of bandwidth, neither did Marconi. To them there just was one line-channel for everybody to use!

  88. lipslike sugar

    lipslike sugar

    2 ай бұрын

    We can almost see Teslas name in every convenient things we use today. Thank you, thank you sir. Without you, we can’t imagine how the world would be now.

    • George Hartwell

      George Hartwell

      2 ай бұрын

      He invented the electric motor.

  89. Stacey Cuares

    Stacey Cuares

    2 ай бұрын

    Two thumbs up,The true legend of his work.

  90. After Hours

    After Hours

    2 ай бұрын

    If Tesla would have known how much the world would appreciate him, I'm sure he would have died a happier man.

  91. Terry Hill

    Terry Hill

    2 ай бұрын

    The more I learn about Tesla the more I realize he contributed more to society than Edison ever did

    • Science Dave Dunning

      Science Dave Dunning

      2 ай бұрын

      I concur with both you fellas. I have little regard for Musk. Steam cars are the answer, not electrics....... Ceres is the target, not Mars. Some people gots more money than brains.

    • Andrej Benedicic

      Andrej Benedicic

      2 ай бұрын

      Tesla wanted to advance humanity without cost to anyone, then Elon Musk takes that name to become the richest person on the planet. Sad really, a disgrace to the Tesla legend.

  92. blue lyne

    blue lyne

    4 ай бұрын

    He is the greatest mind our world never knew

  93. Bidao Warrior

    Bidao Warrior

    2 ай бұрын

    All i gotta say is he didn’t deserve how they treated him. There’s lots of people now adays who go through the same thing. Strong minds stay strong

  94. Cleveland 216

    Cleveland 216

    Жыл бұрын

    The most intelligent/influential human being that ever lived couldn’t even have a fair shot in this world or even a mention in our textbooks. That should tell you something.

    • Danijel Popovic

      Danijel Popovic

      2 ай бұрын

      I will answer you. Its becous he was not Johnson, Anderson, Peters... He was a guy from Serbia and thats the main PROBLEM. The same shit with politics and propaganda is still runing today 20222 against my people... We all are just humans!

    • MPHM

      MPHM

      2 ай бұрын

      Elon did better than put him in books. We now see and hear Tesla every day. :)

    • Rob Banks

      Rob Banks

      2 ай бұрын

      @Mark Courtney Jesus didn't have anything to do with the bible. He was in it, no doubt, but that's it.

    • Rob Banks

      Rob Banks

      2 ай бұрын

      @ismael aden no. Just no. Just like you speak, mormons praise joseph Smith. Just because you believe doesnt make it reality.

    • Carlos Jorge

      Carlos Jorge

      2 ай бұрын

      @Mark Courtney hahahahha Jesus did the holy bible?

  95. Jamie Blacksmith

    Jamie Blacksmith

    2 ай бұрын

    That was a beautiful tribute to Tesla, I always knew Edison was a pos but i didn’t know to that extent of torturing animals to death and i didn’t know half as much about Tesla as I thought I did. so thank you !!

  96. Gen Rev

    Gen Rev

    2 ай бұрын

    Great man of inventions, bravo. May he rest in peace.🙏🙏🙏

  97. Bogdan G.

    Bogdan G.

    2 ай бұрын

    Tesla will never be forgotten. Elon Musk revived his legend and gave him immortal fame. Musk giving his inventions commercial success made the name of the great inventor shine.

  98. Insane Banda

    Insane Banda

    7 ай бұрын

    It is really depressing to see him die in such circumstances 😢😢 even after being one of the genius of 20th century.

  99. Natasa Milosavljevic

    Natasa Milosavljevic

    2 жыл бұрын

    The present is theirs; the future, for which I really worked, is mine. - Nikola Tesla

    • Morris D

      Morris D

      3 ай бұрын

      Hi Natasa how are you?

    • MANDENGS CHRISTOPHER

      MANDENGS CHRISTOPHER

      Жыл бұрын

      This is the little consolidation actually

    • Patricia Riller

      Patricia Riller

      Жыл бұрын

      I agree! I think he did something wonderful for us...for such a time as this! ❤🇺🇸🤔

    • Body Of A Legend

      Body Of A Legend

      2 жыл бұрын

      It's rare to find people who want to leave the world a better place than when they entered it. Tesla was definitely one of those guys

    • Frial Sharef Abdo

      Frial Sharef Abdo

      2 жыл бұрын

      💚

  100. Bobby Klein

    Bobby Klein

    2 ай бұрын

    We are going to find out he was not one if the greatest minds of the technological era, but the GREATEST MIND!

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