There is a very famous statement of Dr. Nikola Tesla where he states that, “If you want to find the secrets of the universe then think in terms of energies, frequencies and vibrations…” From our last article we have understood that as per Dr. Tesla everything, just everything is composed of nothing else but energies, frequencies and vibrations, and indeed it is. Trees, buildings, rivers, you, I and just
Another man too had a dream;dream to control and monopolize all the available assets, electricity, railroads, steel works and communications;to only allow the person who could afford to pay him for the use of these assets to ply by them, to maximize his gain at the expense of the common man. This man who had this dream, held major stake in all of Thomas Edison’s companies and was fuming at the loss that Dr. Tesla had caused him by winning the bid for the lighting of the World Columbian Exposition. Dr. Tesla winning the contract for the Niagara Falls power plant had further added insult to injury of this man. The man was now livid with rage. The man was, John Pierpont Morgan or J. P. Morgan.
J. P. Morgan was an American financier, banker, and art collector who dominated corporate finance and industrial consolidation. At the height of Morgan’s career during the early 1900s, he and his partners had financial investments in many large corporations and had significant influence over the nation’s high finance and Congress members.Morgan’s total wealth was about $41.5 billion at that time. That is about $2.6 trillion as per today’s standards. This was the clout J.P. Morgan had and hence everyone feared him; everyone but Dr. Nikola Tesla.
Working on various new mind-blowing concepts and inventions had almost become a routine for Dr. Nikola Tesla. The only thing inspiring this research and associated inventions was the supreme and the strong desire of Dr. Tesla to make human life happier and beyond-usual. Though Dr. Tesla was not credited for invention of X-rays, yet he was very much aware that like Wireless Electricity, X-rays was also a find which if
It is well known that a true great man always has an open mind, open eyes and is ears to others. Dr. Nikola Tesla too had a very distinctive quality of always seeing all the things without any fixed assumptions in his mind. For Dr. Tesla, a phenomenon or even a discovery of his own had multiple aspects and viewpoints. This always led him towards a spectrum of uses
Every human born on planet earth is blessed with talent and individuality. It is something that no one can take away from him. Wealth, fame and all material things can be robbed, cheated and taken away but this individuality of his is God’s real gift to him. The desire to succeed in whatever field a person chooses is only met if he feels its need equal to the need of
Life presents everyone with many ups and downs. Failure in our work, loss of a loved one or even a mere financial loss is sufficient to push the most optimistic individual into depression. Then just imagine how difficult it would be when one has to witness destruction of his dreams, his achievements and everything that he has worked for in his life. It indeed must be utterly devastating. Faced with
The story of Dr. Nikola Tesla is one of faith, hope and belief. It is a story of what one individual can achieve and how a single person utterly dedicated to his cause and with unwavering faith in God can move mountains and change the world with his efforts. When we last saw Dr. Tesla at the World Columbian Exposition, the efficacy of the AC transmission system had been proved
1st of May 1893 marked the commencement of the World Columbian Exposition in a grand style and in full swing. There were almost hundred thousand (one lakh) people witnessing this great fair on the very first day. The spectators enjoyed the Exposition throughout the day visiting various places, buildings and special exhibits, and as the night fell, they were amazed as if a casting spell fell at the venue. Those
Dr. Nikola Tesla returned to New York after his Europe tour. With fond memories and the grief of loss of his mother Dr. Tesla again began his experimental work in his laboratory. But soon he overcame and conquered this sorrow. It was the same year of 1892 when Dr. Nikola Tesla actually received two of the most prestigious honours. Before his return to New York, Dr. Nikola Tesla was invited
In the last article we have seen how Dr. Nikola Tesla developed his famous Tesla Coil and took great pains in improving his research to make it beneficial for mankind. Dr. Nikola Tesla believed that it was ‘Impulses‘ which achieved the transfer of electricity into the air. He also observed that, electrical energy was projected from the coil in form ‘Rays’ and not in form of waves due to these
In previous article we have seen how Dr. Nikola Tesla discovered the principle of impulses, and applied it to high frequency Alternating Current and observed that the current started traveling through the air. This was just the first step towards wireless electricity. In this series of articles we will witness the application of wireless electricity and are going to see how this principle has shaped few of the further innovations
We are for the most part so immersed, so engaged in our routines that we just do not get the time to even take note of the changes happening around us – be they changes in our professional field or even those in our immediate surroundings. We are not really aware and alert about circumstances around, but Bapu surely is; He is at all times aware of reality and alert
अधिकांश वेळेस आपण आपल्या रोजच्या कामांमध्ये इतके गुंतून गेलेले असतो की आपल्या क्षेत्रात व अगदी आपल्या आजू-बाजूच्या परिस्थीतीत काय बदल होत आहेत ह्याची दखल घ्यायची देखील आपाल्याला फूरसत होत नाही. आपण जरी आपल्या आसपासच्या परिस्थीतीबद्दल सजग नसलो तरी बापू त्यांच्या श्रध्दावान मित्रांसाठी कायम़च वास्तवाचे भान राखून सजग असतात. ह्याच सजगतेतून बापूंनी जुलै २०१२ मध्ये स्वत: दोन सेमीनार कंडक्ट केले व त्यापाठी होते त्यांचे अथक परिश्रम व अभ्यास. या सहस्त्रकाच्या पहिल्या
By now everyone of us must have come to know about the collapse of eastern, northeastern and northern electricity grids that knocked out power in 20 of 29 states and affected some 620 million Indians (around half of India’s population and 9% of the world’s population) causing havoc at train stations, airports, hospitals and on roads. For instance, Delhi Metro had to evacuate passengers from trains that stopped mid-journey. The