Anyone here know of a Serbian-American GENIUS named Nikola Tesla? Well, this certain inventor found the key solutions to alternating current, invented wireless lightbulbs, and other amazing things not to mention radio (no, Marconi's patents on that were given the Tesla after it was proved that Tesla discovered it first) and x-ray (nope, not Roentgent, who found it by accident).
Anyway, he was apparently building this massive thing called the Wardenclyffe Tower in Long Island which could apparently shake the Earth or whatnot and send electricity through the Earth as well as through the ionosphere above us. That would mean that sticking cables into the ground would actually work to charge things (as the electricity would be harmless to humans). However, the investor douchebag named J.P. Morgan, that's right. THE J.P. Morgan, realized that it wouldn't make a single cent because this was free electricity and free communication wirelessly and worldwide. So then, Morgan stopped the financing of the tower, which stopped one of the soon-to-be greatest inventions from being finalized. Poor Tesla. POOR US. We could apparently see anything that was going on in the world (such as the speech of a President or of a priest at church or even lectures of a professor) from some kind of device or whatnot that would connect to the world web. We could see people, like our crush or something, doing... things... Never mind.
Anyway, this stuff will probably not happen in the future due to the fact that humans are even more bloated and greedy than before, and that douchebaggery has been pioneered by us for years after Wardenclyffe. Poor Tesla died alone in a hotel room, with no friends except for pigeons in his dying days, alone and penniless. Is it possible that we can continue the work of this great man? We may have to obtain around fifty or so documents from the FBI and the Department of Alien Property if we want to, or maybe even go to Russia and ask for the results of Tesla's Death Ray experiment that Soviet Russia bought for 15,000 dollars. Is there a possibility that we can do it?
Biographies (too lazy to list them), the Tesla museum, Tesla's actual quotes, and also the actual site where Wardenclyffe used to be.
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Care to debate that?
Why debate it when you can rap battle it?
Ha ha, yeah, tesla also figured out how to talk to birds. (If you can't tell, that was sarcasm. Tesla was insane.)
I don't believe he was insane, just ahead of his time. If he were born a few hundred years into the future and was able to take advantages of the future society's technological innovations, he may have able to accomplish some of the things he was only able to do in theory.
He was batshit crazy and write in his journal insane theories that people take seriously since they want to create the story of "evil capitalist vs free thinking hero." Tesla was brilliant, but he didn't create the solution to every problem in the world. Maybe if he was born nowadays, he could have (he was brilliant, no doubt about that), but back then? Fat chance,
If the free thinking hero wanted to send waves of electrical current flowing through the soil where we grow our crops, I'm glad the evil capitalist didn't fund him the money to allow him to do so.
The point still stands. I've witnessed plants growing taller, more vibrant, etc as a result of being wired to a nine-volt battery.
You seem to have a lot of sympathy for things that aren't aware of their own existence. XD
That's probably a safe assumption.
Too bad you ninja'd me man haha. Now I can't even attempt to refute what you said. :(
Yep. So insane that he fell in love with a pigeon himself.
Why would the electricity be harmless to humans? I apologize for being ignorant on the subject, but wouldn't the ground form a conductor and transfer the electricity into humans any time they accidentally managed to brush their hand against a metal rod?
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