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If you can read your way past the flowery, unnecessarily complex 1930’s language, you actually might come away with a good understanding of what Mr. Tesla was attempting to tell his New York audience. It’s all very interesting and almost too good to be true, if it wasn’t already recorded in the history book, about 50 years before anyone listening to him would be able to understand what he was saying. Tesla was part of a group visionaries who looked into this world through a a different looking glass. An eccentric genius who asked questions, and found answers to many of them. His life was in many ways inspired by his times. In this work he explains his works on AC to an esteemed group of men. All the while showing deference to their station.
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- Good read for anyone finding the Tesla story intriguing.
- This book is a transcript of his talk at a conference.
- Paperback – June 13, 2017.
- Publisher: Forgotten Books.