Tesla 2013-The Prestige - Genius who died in Misery

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Tesla Genius who Died in Misery The Prestige:

Tesla Genius who Died in Misery The Prestige Petar Kocovic July 10 , 201 3 Gradjevinski fakultet , Beograd

Nikola Tesla (July 10, 1856 – January 7, 1943):

Nikola Tesla (July 10, 1856 – January 7, 1943) 1200+ patents, but for 272 he got patent rights out of USA Money does not represent such a value as men have placed upon it. All my money has been invested into experiments with which I have made new discoveries enabling mankind to have a little easier life. Let the future tell the truth and evaluate each one according to his work and accomplishments. The present is theirs; the future, for which I really worked, is mine . "A Visit to Nikola Tesla" by Dragislav L. Petković in Politika (April 1927); also in Tesla, Master of Lightning (1999) by Margaret Cheney, Robert Uth , and Jim Glenn, p. 82

PIVOTAL point 1897, niagara plant :

PIVOTAL point 1897, niagara plant 1897 – 0 yr

First Franchise – 2.5$ (2012$54) per HP (1.34 kW):

First Franchise – 2.5 $ ( 201 2 $ 54 ) per HP (1.34 kW) Niagara – cca 1900 a.d. 201 2 $ 40 /kW 2012 – 54$ 1897 – 2.5$ 1897 – 0 yr

TURN POINT DISCOVERING AMERICAN CONTINENT:

TURN POINT DISCOVERING AMERICAN CONTINENT 1492 – 405 yr

Christopher Columbus aka Cristobal Colon (c. 31 October, 1451 – 20 May, 1506):

Christopher Columbus aka Cristobal Colon (c. 31 October, 1451 – 20 May, 1506) First voyage in 1492 1492 – 405 yr

Columbus Preparation for the Trip:

Columbus Preparation for the Trip Fra Mauro Map (1450) – Marco Polo used this for his route 1492 – 405 yr

Using sextant:

Using sextant 1492 – 405 yr

Voyage I (3 Aug 1492-12. Oct 1492):

Voyage I (3 Aug 1492-12. Oct 1492) Following his plotted course, he instead landed within the Bahamas Archipelago at a local he named San Salvador. Mistaking the lands he encountered for Asia, he referred to the inhabitants as " indios " (Spanish for "Indians"). Evening of 3 August 1492, Columbus departed from Palos de la Frontera with three ships : Santa María , Pin ta and Santa Clara 1492 – 405 yr

Cugnot – Steam mobile :

Cugnot – Steam mobile 1769 – 128 yr

Nicolas Joseph Cugnot – 1769 Fardier à vapeur :

Nicolas Joseph Cugnot – 1769 F ardier à vapeur 1769 – 128 yr

JAMES WATT – Steam ENGINE :

JAMES WATT – Steam ENGINE 1775 – 122 yr

James Watt (19.1.1736.-19.8.1819):

7/9/2013 James Watt (19.1.1736.-19.8.1819 ) 1769 invent steam engine From this point Industrial Revolution start 1775 – 122 yr

Steam Engine in Action:

Steam E ngine in A ction 1775 – 122 yr

Boilerman (also Fireman, Stoker):

Boilerman (also Fireman, Stoker) They eating enormous volume of food.

FRENCH REVOLUTION - 1789:

FRENCH REVOLUTION - 1789 1789 – 108 yr

French Revolution - 1789:

French Revolution - 1789 1789 – 108 yr

CORNELIUS VANDERBILT wAS Born – #1 OF 5 GIANTS WHO BUILT aMERICA:

CORNELIUS VANDERBILT wAS Born – #1 OF 5 GIANTS WHO BUILT aMERICA 1794 – 103 yr

FIRST STEAMBOAT-ROBERT FULTON:

FIRST STEAMBOAT-ROBERT FULTON 1803 – 94 yr

Robert Fulton Steamboat 1803:

Robert Fulton Steamboat 1 803 1803 – 94 yr Robert Fulton presented steamboat to Napoleon

First locomotive – stephenson rocket - 1830:

First locomotive – stephenson rocket - 1830 1830 – 67 yr

Stephenson’s Rocket (1830- Manchester-Liverpool):

Stephenson’s Rocket (1830- Manchester-Liverpool) 1830 – 67 yr

Andrew carnegie wAS Born – #2 OF 5 GIANTS WHO BUILT aMERICA:

Andrew carnegie wAS Born – #2 OF 5 GIANTS WHO BUILT aMERICA 1835 – 62 yr

John Pierpont Morgan wAS Born – #3 OF 5 GIANTS WHO BUILT aMERICA:

John Pierpont Morgan wAS Born – #3 OF 5 GIANTS WHO BUILT aMERICA 1837 – 60 yr

John D. ROCKEFELLER wAS Born – #4 OF 5 GIANTS WHO BUILT aMERICA:

John D. ROCKEFELLER wAS Born – #4 OF 5 GIANTS WHO BUILT aMERICA 1839 – 58 yr

THOMAS ALVA EDISON wAS Born:

THOMAS ALVA EDISON wAS Born 1847 – 50 yr

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P oet 1848 – 49 yr Carnegie start to work in the Office of Thomas Scott – his Lifetime Mentor Carnegie Scott Age 13 1850 – 2.5$week/2012 – 49$ - Post Office 1848 – 1.2$week/2012 – 48$-Bobbin Boy

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P oet 1850 – 47 yr Vanderbilt Switched to ocean-going steamboats Vanderbilt Age 56

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P oet 1850 – 45 yr Rockefeller Start to Sell Candies to the Kids in his Quart Rockefeller Age 13

NIKOLA TESLA wAS Born:

NIKOLA TESLA wAS Born 1856 – 41 yr

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P oet 1859 – 38 yr Carnegie Start to work for Thomas Scott – as Manager Carnegie Scott Age 24

Civil War 1861-1865:

Civil War 1861-1865 1861 – 36 yr

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P oet 1863 – 34 yr John D. Rockefeller built first Oil Refinery in Cleveland First Spill Age 25

HENRY FORD wAS Born – #5 OF 5 GIANTS WHO BUILT aMERICA:

HENRY FORD wAS Born – #5 OF 5 GIANTS WHO BUILT aMERICA 1863 – 34 yr

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P oet 1864 – 33 yr Vanderbilt Sold Last Ship and Start with Railroad Business Vanderbilt Age 70

Lincoln was Killed – April 14, 1865:

Lincoln was Killed – April 14, 1865 1865 – 32 yr

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P oet 1866 – 31 yr Vanderbilt Start to Buy Railroad Companies Vanderbilt Age 72

1867:

1867 1867 – 30 yr

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P oet 1867 – 30 yr Vanderbilt provide 180,000 New Jobs Vanderbilt Age 73

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P oet 1867 – 30 yr Rockefeller Company was Near Collapse Vanderbilt Age 73 Rockefeller Age 28

Rockefeller met Vanderbilt after survived dropping of Wagons in Angola December 18, 1867 :

Rockefeller met Vanderbilt after survived dropping of Wagons in Angola December 18, 1867 1867 – 30 yr Age 73 Age 28

1868:

1868 1868 – 29 yr

Vanderbilt was Owner of 40% of American Railroads:

Vanderbilt was Owner of 40% of American Railroads 1868 – 29 yr Age 74

Promised 40 T/DAY of Kerosene To Vanderbilt – Delivered 1/3 :

Promised 40 T/DAY of Kerosene To Vanderbilt – Delivered 1/3 1868 – 29 yr Age 29

Carnegie Start to Built Bridge over Mississippi River – St. Louis:

Carnegie Start to Built Bridge over Mississippi River – St. Louis 1868 – 29 yr Age 33

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P oet 1870 – 27 yr Rockefeller Start Monopoly with Standard Oil Company Age 31 Rockefeller

Oil Lanterns Era:

Oil Lanterns Era

Rockefeller bought First Oil Pipe – United Pipe Lines:

Rockefeller bought First Oil Pipe – United Pipe Lines 1872 – 25 yr Age 33

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P oet 1873 – 24 yr Vanderbilt and Scott Made Pact against Rockefeller Vanderbilt Age 79 Scott Age 32

1873 Panic – Stock Exchange was closed 10 days (Sept 18):

1873 Panic – Stock Exchange was closed 10 days (Sept 18)

Otto Engine:

Otto Engine Nickolaus Augustus Otto 1876 – 21 yr

Cornelius Vanderbilt Wealth 11Bil - 1.5%USDGDP:

Cornelius Vanderbilt Wealth 11Bil - 1.5%USDGDP 1877 – 20 yr Died AT AGE 8 3 2012 – 185Bil$ 1877 – 11Bil$

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P oet 1878 – 20 yr J.P. Morgan Invested 4.87Mil$ in Edison Electric Light Company Morgan Age 40 Edison Age 31 2012 – 83Mil$ 1878 – 4.87Mil$

1879:

1879 Rockefeller owned 95% of Oil Pipelines J.P. Morgan install 400 electrical lamps in his house and DC Generator – First in the history Thomas Edison - Demo – 1879 December Electric Bulb Patent -1880 January 1879 – 18 yr Edison Age 25 Morgan Age 42 Rockefeller Age 40

J.D. Rockefeller – #1 Wealth in the World 13.2 Bil USD:

J.D. Rockefeller – #1 Wealth in the World 13.2 Bil USD 1880 – 17 yr Age 41 2012 – 225Bil$ 1880 – 13.2Bil$

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P oet 1881 – 17 yr 1881 Carnegie’s Mentor Tom Scott Died Carnegie Carnegie Age 46 Scott Scott Died at Age 58

1882:

1882

Gotlieb Daimler – Internal Combustion Engine:

Gotlieb Daimler – Internal Combustion Engine 1882 – 16 yr

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P oet 1882 – 15 yr 1882 Carnegie met Henry Frick – Leading Coal Supplier in USA Carnegie Carnegie Age 48 Frick Frick Age 23

1882 – J.P. Morgan financed First DC Station – Pearl Street Station – New York:

1882 – J.P. Morgan financed First DC Station – Pearl Street Station – New York 1882 – 15 yr Originally powered by custom-made Porter-Allen high-speed steam engines designed to provide 175 horsepower at 700 rpm Unreliable with their sensitive governors They were removed and replaced with new engines from Armington & Sims that proved to be much more suitable for Edison's dynamos

1882 – Tesla worked in Edison Office in Paris:

1882 – Tesla worked in Edison Office in Paris 1882 – 15 yr Edison Age 35 Tesla Age 26

1884 – Pearl Street Station – New York had 508 Users and 10,164 Bulbs:

1884 – Pearl Street Station – New York had 508 Users and 10,164 Bulbs 1884 – 13 yr Original Edison two-wire dc distribution line showing the half-moon cross section of the conductors and the conduit and insulation used

1884 – Tesla went to USA via Ellis Island (28 yr):

1884 – Tesla went to USA via Ellis Island (28 yr) Dept. Port: Antwerpen , Ship: Nordland

1884 – Tesla moved to Edison Office in New York:

1884 – Tesla moved to Edison Office in New York 1884 – 13 yr Edison Age 37 Tesla Age 28 Edison Tesla For improving DC, Edison promised to Tesla $50,000 2012 – 973,250$ 1884– 50,000$

1885:

1885

1885 Karl Benz - Motorwagen:

1885 Karl Benz - Motorwagen 1885 – 12 yr

1885 Rockefeller was 17x Reach than Carnegie:

1885 Rockefeller was 17x Reach than Carnegie 1885 – 12 yr Rockefeller Age 46 Carnegie Age 50

1885 – Tesla worked for Edison for $10/Week:

1885 – Tesla worked for Edison for $10/Week 1885 – 12 yr Edison Age 38 Tesla Age 29 Edison Tesla 2012 – 202$ 1897 – 10$

1886:

1886

1886 – Tesla Resigned:

1886 – Tesla Resigned 1886 – 11 yr Edison Age 39 Tesla Age 30 Edison Tesla 2012 – 392$ 1886 – 18$ Tesla made improvement on DC motor, but Edison said that Tesla did not understood American humor about 50,000$. Edison offered to Tesla 18$/week. Tesla immediately resigned. Tesla open his own company: The Tesla Electric Light & Manufacturing Co. Business did not go well – so Tesla dig channels for 2$ week.

1886 – The Tesla Electric, Light and Manufacturing Co.:

1886 – The Tesla Electric, Light and Manufacturing Co.

1888 Carnegie Open the Largest Steel Factory in Homestead:

1888 Carnegie Open the Largest Steel Factory in Homestead 1888 – 9 yr Frick Age 28 Carnegie Age 53 Carnegie Frick Frick manage factory like dictator, because Carnegie did not like to do that. Working hours 12x6 a week, for the same salary!

1888, May 1st – Tesla Patent No 381,968:

1888, May 1st – Tesla Patent No 381,968 1888 – 9 yr Tesla Age 32 Tesla

1888, July Start Negotiations with Westinghouse:

1888, July Start Negotiations with Westinghouse 1888 – 9 yr Tesla Age 32 Tesla Westinghouse Tesla Electric Company received 75,000$ in Cash for 7 patents 2.5$ from manufactured HP of Electrical Energy 2,000$ monthly fee for consulting activities in Westinghouse company in period of 12 months 1888 – 2.5$HP/2012 – 55$ 1888 – 75,000$/2012-1,635,060$ 1888 – 2,000/2012 – 43,602$

1891 Carnegie Hall was Open:

1891 Carnegie Hall was Open 1891 – 6 yr Carnegie Age 56 Rockefeller was 3x Reach than Carnegie

1891 – Ford Works in Edison Company:

1891 – Ford Works in Edison Company 1891 – 6 yr Edison Age 45 Ford Age 28

1891 Tesla Received American Citizenship:

1891 Tesla Received American Citizenship 1891 – 6 yr Tesla Age 35 Tesla

Unemployment Rate on 100 Citizens:

Unemployment Rate on 100 Citizens Year Lebergott 1890 4.0 1891 5.4 1892 3.0 1893 11.7 1894 18.4 1895 13.7 1896 14.5 1897 14.5 1898 12.4 1899 6.5 1900 5.0

1892 Homestead Strike:

1892 Homestead Strike 1892 – 5 yr Carnegie Age 57 Frick – Tirany

1892 General Electric Established Morgan bought Shares from Edison’s Edison Electric Company:

1892 General Electric Established Morgan bought Shares from Edison’s Edison Electric Company 1892 – 5 yr Morgan Age 55 Edison Edison Age 35 Morgan

1893 Panic:

1893 Panic 1893 – 4 yr

1893 – Bid for Columbian World Exposition - Chicago:

1893 – Bid for Columbian World Exposition - Chicago 1893 – 4 yr Morgan Age 56 Westinghouse Age 47 Morgan with Edison Price – 1.8 Mil USD Price - 554,000 USD Westinghouse and Tesla Winners – 339,000 USD 1893 – 554,000/2012 – 11,2Mil$ 1893– 1.8 Mil$/2012-36.3Mil$ 1893 – 339,000/2012 – 6,84Mil$

1893 Westinghouse was in Bankruptcy:

1893 Westinghouse was in Bankruptcy 1893 – 4 yr Tesla Age 37 Tesla Westinghouse Westinghouse Age 47

1893 – ColumbIAN WORLD EXPOSITION:

1893 – ColumbIAN WORLD EXPOSITION 1893 – 4 yr

1893:

1893 Area: 2.4 km2 May 1 – October 30 1893 – 4 yr

1893:

1893 General Electric banned the use of Edison's lamps in Westinghouse's plan in retaliation for losing the bid. 1893 – 4 yr

1893 – Tesla and Fesenden Invented More Efficient Bulb:

1893 – Tesla and Fesenden Invented More Efficient Bulb 1893 – 4 yr

1880-1893 Edison Lamp Dissipate Heat:

1880-1893 Edison Lamp Dissipate Heat

~1888 - ~ 1895:

~1888 - ~ 1895

Tesla Patent 514, 167 Electrical Conductor - 1894:

Tesla Patent 514, 167 Electrical Conductor - 1894 1894 – 3 yr Edison vs Tesla cabling proposal: Edison: digging 25 miles Tesla: Transmission Patent 405,859

1895 William Jennings Bryan – Candidate for USA President – Speeches against Tycoons:

1895 William Jennings Bryan – Candidate for USA President – Speeches against Tycoons 1895 – 2 yr

1895:

1895 Rockefeller, Carnegie & Morgan donate to William McKinley, opponent of Bryan – 200,000$ each, with intention to buy President who will protect their wealth 2012 – 13,080,480 Mil$ 1895 – 600,000$ 1895 – 2 yr

1895 – Morgan Donation:

1895 – Morgan Donation 1895 – 2 yr Morgan together with Rockefeller, help with 3.5 Million Pounds in Gold to USA president Groover to escape from new economic crisis

1895 – Westinghouse won the Bid for Niagara Power Station and Start with Building:

1895 – Westinghouse won the Bid for Niagara Power Station and Start with Building 1895 – 2 yr Morgan/Edison offer – 1 Mil$ Westinghouse offer – 399,000$ Westinghouse offered Wired transmission, Morgan digging tunnel for cable Westinghouse 1895 – 339,000$/7,400,000$ Morgan 1895 – 1Mil$/ 2012 – 22,000,000$

Edison and Tesla Cables:

Edison and Tesla Cables

1895 – Fire in Tesla Lab in 33-35 South 5th Ave. (Now West Broadway):

1895 – Fire in Tesla Lab in 33-35 South 5th Ave. (Now West Broadway) 1895 – 2 yr 2012 – 1,090,040 Mil$ 1895 – 50,000$

1895 - Niagara Commission:

1895 - Niagara C ommission Lord Kelvin – first r o w in the middle Section of cable through which first electric current generated in Power House of Niagara Falls Power Co. was transmitted April 16th, 1895. 1895 – 2 yr

1896 William McKinley was Elected as 25th President of USA:

1896 William McKinley was Elected as 25 th President of USA Average Salary: 100$ Panic 1896 1896 – 1 yr 2012 – 2,180$ 1896 – 100$

1896 - Rockefeller Invest in Mines in Minnesota and Start to Supply Carnegie Competitors with Lower Prices :

1896 - Rockefeller Invest in Mines in Minnesota and Start to Supply Carnegie Competitors with Lower Prices 1896 – 1 yr Carnegie Profits Dropped Down Dramatically

1896 - Rockefeller and Carnegie first Time Negotiate directly. Rockefeller has to Supply only Carnegie :

1896 - Rockefeller and Carnegie first Time Negotiate directly. Rockefeller has to Supply only Carnegie 1896 – 1 yr Rockefeller Age 59 Carnegie Age 61

1896 – J.P. Morgan bought all Edison Shares in General Electric:

1896 – J.P. Morgan bought all Edison Shares in General Electric 1896 – 1 yr GE was most valuable company in the world – 50,000,000$ GE used AC! Morgan was 3 rd most influenced men in USA after Rockefeller and Carnegie 2012 – 1,090,004,000$ 1896 – 50,000,000$

1896 Ford met Edison and show him Quadricycle:

1896 Ford met Edison and show him Quadricycle Quadricycle did not have brakes and steering wheel Speed 32km/h 1896 – 1 yr Ford Age 34

1896 – Morgan paid to Tesla Company via Westinghouse, Royalties for Niagara :

1896 – Morgan paid to Tesla Company via Westinghouse, Royalties for Niagara Morgan paid to Tesla company $216,000 1896 – 1 yr Morgan Age 59 2012 – 4,700,000$ 1896 – 216,000$

1896 Adams Power Station Facts:

1896 Adams Power Station Facts Notable features: Largest power station ever built until 1895. Attracted national attention due to the enormous size of the project, and collaboration of both electric giants of the continent: GE and Westinghouse contributed to the publicity engine. Frequency: 25 Hz, Two-Phase, Alternating Current Power Transmission Length: 25 miles at 11,000 volts using #1 wire Power system built by: Westinghouse Notable Engineers: Thomas Evershed Cataract Company: George Forbes Westinghouse: Benjamin G. Lamme , Oliver Shallenberger , Nikola Tesla General Electric: William Stanley, Dr. Louis Bell, Charles P. Steinmetz Maximum Power Output: 37 Megawatts: 50,000 horsepower (1896) 1896 – 1 yr

1897 - First Franchise – 2.5$ (2012$54) per HP (1.34 kW):

1897 - First Franchise – 2.5 $ ( 201 2 $ 54 ) per HP (1.34 kW) Niagara – cca 1900 a.d. 201 2 $ 40 /kW 2012 – 54$ 1897 – 2.5$ 1897 – 0 yr Westinghouse was in financial problems Tesla heckled Francising Contract with Westinghouse in 1896. Tesla got flat ammount $216,000 from Morgan.

Single-wire transmission line - 1897 :

Single-wire transmission line - 1897 At 1897- Nikola Tesla demonstrated that by using an electrical network tuned to resonance and using, what at the time would be called, "high frequency AC" and today would be low frequency AC, only a single wire was necessary for power systems, with no need for a metal or Earth return conductor. Tesla called it the " transmission of electrical energy through one wire without return ". Tesla stated in 1901 : " Some ten years ago, I recognized the fact that to convey electric currents to a distance it was not at all necessary to employ a return wire, but that any amount of energy might be transmitted by using a single wire. I illustrated this principle by numerous experiments, which, at that time, excited considerable attention among scientific men." In the spring of 1891, Tesla gave demonstrations with various machines before the AIEE at Columbia College. His lecture exhibited this feature, the chief import exhibited that all kinds of devices could be operated through a single wire without a return conductor. The one-wire transmission system was protected in 1897 by U.S. Patent 0,593,138, "Electrical Transformer". 1897 – 0 yr

1898 Ford left Edison Company:

1898 Ford left Edison Company 1898 – 1 yr

1898 Tesla Wireless Boat/Madison Square Garden Exhibition:

1898 Tesla Wireless Boat/Madison Square Garden Exhibition 1898 – 1 yr

1898 Wireless Control:

1898 Wireless C ontrol First commercial use – after 1960 1898 – 1 yr

1898 – Tesla Oscillator (Earthquake Machine):

1898 – Tesla Oscillator (Earthquake Machine) 1898 – 1 yr

1899 Ford – Detroit Automobile Company:

1899 Ford – Detroit Automobile Company 1899 – 2 yr

1899 – Tesla – Colorado Springs, May 17:

1899 – Tesla – Colorado Springs, May 17 1899 – 2 yr

1899 – Nikola Tesla Company Value $300,000/$200x1,500shares:

1899 – Nikola Tesla Company Value $300,000/$200x1,500shares Tesla entered 17 wireless patents as the value of the company Owners of Tesla Electric Co: - Astor 33% - Simpson and Crawford 3.3% Mr Mils 3.3% - Nikola Tesla 60.4%

1899 – Colorado Springs – John Jacob Astor bought 500 shares for 100,000$, and was Director of the Board of Nikola Tesla Company:

1899 – Colorado Springs – John Jacob Astor bought 500 shares for 100,000$, and was Director of the Board of Nikola Tesla Company 1899 – 2 yr 2012 – 2,180,080$ 1899 – 100,000$ Astor was owner of 1/3 of Nikola Tesla Company

1900 – Second Mandate William McKinley as USA President:

1900 – Second Mandate William McKinley as USA President Vice-president – Theodore Roosevelt 1900 – 3 yr

1900 Morgan start Negotiations about selling Carnegie Steel via Charles M. Schwab, Carnegie’s Manager:

1900 Morgan start Negotiations about selling Carnegie Steel via Charles M. Schwab, Carnegie’s Manager J.P. Morgan Andrew Carnegie Charles M. Schwab 1900 – 3 yr

1900 Tesla start Wardenclyffe Project Morgan Invest 150,000$ for 51% of Tesla Electric Co.:

1900 Tesla start Wardenclyffe Project Morgan Invest 150,000$ for 51% of Tesla Electric Co. 1900 – 3 yr 2012 – 3,270,120$ 1900 – 150,000$ Morgan bought Tesla wireless Patents Owners of Tesla Electric Co: Morgan 51% - Astor 33% - Simpson and Crawford 3.3% Mr Mils 3.3% - Nikola Tesla 9.4%

Tesla-Astor-Relations:

Tesla-Astor-Relations In 1900, Tesla returned to New York City and formed a partnership with J. Pierpont Morgan. - Wardenclyffe Morgan gave Tesla $150,000. In return, Tesla gave Morgan control over wireless patents but also he was forced to include his patents in lighting as well. This event apparently angered Astor , as Tesla never really exploited his inventions in lighting , but rather used the money to undertake wireless experiments in Colorado Springs. Astor wanted Tesla to sell fluorescent lights. We know that fluorescent lights are much more efficient than Edison-based incandescent lamps . They are cold to the touch, use much less power and last for years, whereas Edison light bulbs give off a great amount of heat and break in a matter of months. Fluorescent lights for homes and buildings would not come to the market until the 1940’s . Most likely, this invention was suppressed for economic reasons.

1901, March 2, Carnegie sold Steel Factory for 483 Mil$ - US Steel was Born:

1901, March 2, Carnegie sold Steel Factory for 483 Mil$ - US Steel was Born 1901 – 4 yr 2012 – 10,507Bil$ 1901 – 483Mil$ #1 company in the World Half of the money went to Andrew Carnegie Morgan Age 61 Carnegie Age 66

1901 US President McKinley killed – Theodore Roosevelt was 26th President of USA:

1901 US President McKinley killed – Theodore Roosevelt was 26 th President of USA 1901 – 4 yr

1901 – Marconi sent “Letter S” over Atlantic Ocean:

1901 – Marconi sent “Letter S” over Atlantic Ocean 1901 – 4 yr Marconi Age 27 Marconi used Morse code to transfer signal from Newfoundland to England Morgan lost interest for Tesla experiments

1903 Carnegie was Richest Man in the World:

1903 Carnegie was Richest Man in the World 1903 – 6 yr 2012 – 210Bil$ 1903 – 9,63Bil$ Carnegie Age 68

1903 – Founded Ford Motor Company:

1903 – Founded Ford Motor Company 1903 – 6 yr Ford Age 40

1904 - Theodore Roosevelt 26th President of USA – Second Mandate:

1904 - Theodore Roosevelt 26 th President of USA – Second Mandate 1904 – 7 yr

1904 – Roosevelt start Campaign against Rockefeller and Morgan:

1904 – Roosevelt start Campaign against Rockefeller and Morgan 1904 – 7 yr

1905 – First Flight, Dec 5, Wright Brothers:

1905 – First Flight, Dec 5, Wright Brothers 1905 – 8 yr

1905 – Morgan was Involved in building of Panama Channel from the side of USA Government:

1905 – Morgan was Involved in building of Panama Channel from the side of USA Government 1905 – 8 yr 2012 – 872Mil$ 1903 – 40Mil$

1905 – Albert Einstein General Theory of Relativity:

1905 – Albert Einstein General Theory of Relativity 1905 – 8 yr Einstein Age 26

1906 – Tesla Patents for AC Motor Expired :

1906 – Tesla Patents for AC Motor Expired Everybody can use Tesla group of patents from 1888 for free Total amount of shares what Westinghouse never paid to Tesla was $12,000,000. 1906 – 9 yr 2012 – 262Mil$ 1906 – 12Mil$

1901-1906 Tesla sent 50 Letters to Morgan about Wireless Transfer of Energy:

1901-1906 Tesla sent 50 Letters to Morgan about Wireless Transfer of Energy

1906 – Tesla Turbine Made Public:

1906 – Tesla Turbine Made Public 1906 – 9 yr Tesla Age 50

1906 – Tesla Friction Speedometer:

1906 – Tesla Friction Speedometer 1906 – 9 yr Tesla Age 50 Contracted by Waltham Watch Company to build the world's first and only air-friction speedometer, which he also patented. It was used in Packard, Lincoln and Pierce-Arrow luxury cars.

1907 - Panic:

1907 - Panic 1907 – 10 yr

1909 – William Howard Taft – 27. President of the USA:

1909 – William Howard Taft – 27. President of the USA 1909 – 12 yr

1909 – Marconi and Brown shared Nobel Prize for Physics:

1909 – Marconi and Brown shared Nobel Prize for Physics 1909 – 12 yr Marconi Age 35 Brown Age 59

1910 – Mark Twain Died:

1910 – Mark Twain Died 1910 – 13 yr Tesla Age 54 Twain Died at Age 65 Samuel Langhorne Clemens - Mark Twain, was an American author and humorist.

1910 – Tesla moved Office to Metropolitan Tower:

1910 – Tesla moved Office to Metropolitan Tower 1910 – 12 yr Tes la Age 54 Metropolitan Tower – Tallest Building in the world

1911 – USA vs Standard Oil:

1911 – USA vs Standard Oil Standard Oil divided on 34 small companies: Exxon, Chevron, Mobile 1911 – 13 yr Rockefeller Age 72

1912 - Milionaire John Jacob Astor died in the Titanic Crash:

1912 - Milionaire John J a cob Astor died i n the Titanic C rash The White State line was owned by J.P. Morgan. At the last moment, Morgan decided not to sail on his ship....Madeleine survived, and according to John Jacob Astor's will, Madeleine would have received income from a $5,000,000 trust fund as long as she did not remarry. Madeleine and John Astor 1912 – 15 yr Astor Died at Age 48

1912 - Westinghouse, Church, Kerr & Company removed the Machinery from the Building:

1912 - Westinghouse, Church, Kerr & Company removed the Machinery from the Building 1912 – 15 yr Tesla Age 56 2012 – 441,654$ 1913 – 23,500$ …as part of their judgment of $23,500

1913 – Rockefeller Foundation:

1913 – Rockefeller Foundation Start with 18.52Mlrd$ 1913 – 15 yr Rockefeller Age 74 2012 – 340Bil$ 1913 – 18.52Bil$

1913 – J.P. Morgan Died :

1913 – J.P. Morgan Died Wealth: 2.26Bil$ NYSE was close a day to mourn the passing of his president 1913 – 16 yr Morgan Died Age 76 2012 – 41.5Bil$ 1913 – 2.26Bil$

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1914 - George Westinghouse Died 1914 – 17 yr Westinghouse Died Age 69 Tesla Age 58 I nventor of Railway Air Brake

1914- Tesla Moved Office to Woolworth Building, New Tallest Building in the World:

1914- Tesla Moved Office to Woolworth Building, New Tallest Building in the World 1914 – 17 yr Tesla Age 58

1914 – Ford $5/day salary:

1914 – Ford $5/day salary 1914 – 17 yr 2012 – 17.12$ 1914 – 5$ Working Week = 8hr*5 days

1915 – Tesla Move his Office to 8W 40 Street:

1915 – Tesla Move his Office to 8W 40 Street 1915 – 18 yr Tesla Age 59

1915 – Albert Einstein Special Theory of Relativity:

1915 – Albert Einstein Special Theory of Relativity 1915 – 18 yr Einstein Age 3 6

1915 – Tesla Hotel Bills in Waldorf-Astoria were $19,000:

1915 – Tesla Hotel Bills in Waldorf-Astoria were $19,000 1915 – 17 yr Tesla Age 59 2012 – 340,637$ 1916 – 19,000$ In order to keep a roof over his head, Tesla had given two mortgages on Wardenclyffe to George C. Boldt , proprietor of the Waldorf-Astoria, to secure payment of hotel bills amounting to almost $19,000. Tesla requested that they not be recorded, fearing that all his projects would be destroyed if the matter became public. He was unable to make any payments at all, and was forced to sign the deed over to Waldorf-Astoria, Inc., through a silent intermediary.

1915 – Tesla & Edison were Nominated for Nobel Prize. Tesla Refused – he did not Like to Share $20,000 with Edison:

1915 – Tesla & Edison were Nominated for Nobel Prize. Tesla Refused – he did not Like to Share $20,000 with Edison 2012 – 181,673$ 1915 – 20,000$ 1915 – 18 yr Tesla Age 59 Edison Age 68

1916 – Tesla Declared Bankruptcy:

1916 – Tesla Declared Bankruptcy 1916 – 19 yr Tesla Age 60 2012 – 15,584$ 1916 – 935$ Even though Tesla had some minor successes, he continued to fall deeper and deeper into debt primarily due to his high overhead. He was called into the state supreme court for $935.00 in unpaid taxes on the Wardenclyffe property. Under oath before Justice Finch, Tesla revealed that he was essentially penniless and owned no real assets.

1916 - Tesla has to pay – Wardenclyffe Arbitration :

1916 - Tesla has to pay – Wardenclyffe Arbitration 2012 – 935,000$ 1916 – 56,000$ 1916 – 19 yr Tesla Age 60

1917– Tesla:

1917– Tesla 2012 – 181,673$ 1917 – 20,000$ 1917 – 20 yr Tesla Age 61 Receive IEEE Edison Medal, but he was not present on ceremony George Bolt paid 20,000$ debit for Wardenclyfe Tower. He published principles for radar Move to Chicago for 16 month working on his turbine

1917 - U.S Blows Up Tesla Radio Tower:

1917 - U.S Blows Up Tesla Radio Tower 1917 – 20 yr Tesla Age 61

1918 – Tesla Came back in New York in Hotel St. Regis:

1918 – Tesla Came back in New York in Hotel St. Regis 1918 – 21 yr Tesla Age 62

1919 – Andrew Carnegie Died:

1919 – Andrew Carnegie Died 350 mil$ donate in 2,500 libraries in 49 countries around the world 1919 – 22 yr Carnegie Died at Age 84 2012 – 368Mil$ 1919 – 35Mil$

1920 – Ford Richest Man in the World:

1920 – Ford Richest Man in the World 1920 – 23 yr Ford Age 56 2012 – 166Bil$ 1920 – 18.2Bil$

1922 - Tesla Favorite White Pigeon Died :

1922 - Tesla Favorite White Pigeon Died 1922 – 25 yr Tesla Age 66 Tesla had many pigeons he fed and cared for, but one, he was particularly fond of. He described it as being a beautiful female bird, pure white with light gray tips on its wings. One night the bird flew into Tesla's room at Hotel St. Regis, and he perceived that she was attempting to tell him she was dying. Tesla said a light came from her eyes more intense than he had ever produced by the most powerful lamps in his laboratory. The bird then died and Tesla said that at that same moment, something went out of his life and he knew his life's work was finished .

1923 – Tesla Moved to Hotel Marguery:

1923 – Tesla Moved to Hotel Marguery 1923 – 26 yr Tesla Age 67 2012 – 31,997$ 1923 – 3,000$ Tesla debit in hotel Regis – 3,000$

1924 – St. Regis Hotel Sues Tesla:

1924 – St. Regis Hotel Sues Tesla 1924 – 27 yr Tesla Age 68 May 25 Tesla left the Hotel St. Regis owing a debt of over $3,000. After having moved out over six months earlier and never making an effort to resolve the debt, Tesla was sued for the balance. Shortly afterward, a sheriff's deputy was sent to Tesla's office at 8W 40th St. to seize furnishings in order to satisfy the debt. Tesla managed to persuade the officer to grant him an extension.

1925 – Katherine Johnson Dies:

1925 – Katherine Johnson Dies 1925 – 28 yr Tesla Age 69 Katharine McMahon Johnson was, according to some accounts, the only woman Tesla ever loved. She was the wife of Tesla's lifelong friend, Robert Underwood Johnson. Though the two often exchanged flirtatious letters, their relationship was totally platonic. Not forgetting Tesla even at death, she charged Robert to keep in close touch with him always.

1925 – Tesla Moved his Office to 350 Madison Ave:

1925 – Tesla Moved his Office to 350 Madison Ave 1925 – 28 yr Tesla Age 69 For unknown reasons, Tesla relocates his office from 8W 40th St. to 350 Madison Ave. By 1928, maintaining an office had become too burdensome and it was closed for good.

1926 – Tesla rent Room in Hotel Pennsylvania:

1926 – Tesla rent Room in Hotel Pennsylvania 1926 – 29 yr Tesla Age 70 He kept room in Hotel Marguery for meeting with “special” friends

1926-Doctorate from Belgrade and Zagreb Universities:

1926-Doctorate from Belgrade and Zagreb Universities 1926 – 29 yr Tesla Age 70

1907-1928 – Ford Model T:

1907-1928 – Ford Model T 1926 – 29 yr Tesla Age 70 2012 – 8,483$ 1926 – 825$

1929 – Great Depression:

1929 – Great Depression 1929 – 32 yr Tesla Age 73 2012 – 1.062$ 1929 – 100$

1930 – Move to Governor Clinton Hotel:

19 30 – Move to Governor Clinton Hotel 1930 – 33 yr Tesla Age 74 2012 – 21.800$ 1930 – 2,000$ Debit to Hotel Pennsylvania – 2,000$ - Covered by friend B.A. Behrend

1931 – Cover Page in Time Magazine:

1931 – Cover Page in Time Magazine 1931 – 34 yr Tesla Age 75

1931 – Edison Died:

1931 – Edison Died 1931 – 34 yr Edison Died at Age 84

1931- Coaxial Cable Patent, Dec 8, 1931 Bell Labs Project:

1931- Coaxial Cable P a tent, Dec 8, 1931 Bell L a bs Project

1934, Jan 2nd – Moved to New Yorker Hotel:

1934, Jan 2 nd – Moved to New Yorker Hotel 1934 – 37 yr Tesla Age 78 A settlement was reached with the Westinghouse Corporation that provided Tesla with a consulting rate of $125 per month along with the agreement to pay his monthly rent expenses. Upon signing the agreement, Tesla promptly moved to the Hotel New Yorker where he'd live rent free for the rest of his days. The debt owed to Hotel Governor Clinton was never paid. 2012 – 1,698$ 1934 – 125$ 2012 – 1,396$ 1942 – 125$ 2012 – 160,000$ 1934-1942 – 12,000$

1934 – Article in Scientific American:

1934 – Article in Scientific American 1934 – 37 yr Tesla Age 78

1934 – “Death Rays” - NYT:

1934 – “Death Rays” - NYT 1934 – 37 yr Tesla Age 78

1934 – Tesla proclamed Death Ray:

193 4 – Tesla proclamed Death Ray 11 July 1934 the headline on the front page of the New York Times read, 'TESLA, AT 78, BARES NEW 'DEATH BEAM '. ... such tremendous energy that they will bring down a fleet of 10,000 enemy airplanes at a distance of 250 miles...' Tesla stated that the death beam would make war impossible by offering every country an 'invisible Chinese wall'. (" A Master of Lightening: A Weapon To End War ") 1934 – 37 yr Tesla Age 78 Today Reagan Star War Project

1934- Tesla and Illuminati:

1934- Tesla and Illuminati Illuminati wants to wage war, since that is how they plan to create their global government, economy and religion, and then stage their Masonic Christ. Therefore, it is not surprising that J.P. Morgan refused Tesla's request; however, the Western Illuminati did not secretly pursue Tesla's concepts because their scientists considered Tesla's research in this area as " junk science ". But, Tesla then took action which allowed the Russians to gain access to this unbelievable sphere of science.

1935 – Tesla Published Article: “A Machine to End War”:

1935 – Tesla Published Article: “A Machine to End War” 1935 – 38 yr Tesla Age 79 Pupin Died – Tesla visited him in the hospital Pupin Died at Age 81

1935 - Tesla was Elected in SANU but did not respond:

1935 - Tesla was Elected in SANU but did not respond 1892: was not elected for SRAS (SANU) full member 1935 – 38 yr Tesla Age 79

1937 – John D. Rockefeller Died:

1937 – John D. Rockefeller Died 1937 – 40 yr Tesla Age 81 Rockefeller Died at Age 99 Donation through his Foundation: 530Mil USD 2012 – 6.7Bil$ 1937 – 530Mil$

1937 - Tesla Presented Patent to USSR:

1937 - Tesla Presented Patent to USSR In 1937 Tesla presented a plan to the Amtorg Trading Corporation , an alleged Soviet arms front in New York City. Tesla hit by Taxi on the street. 1937 – 40 yr Tesla Age 81 Istra , USSR

1937 Marconi Died:

1937 Marconi Died 1937 – 40 yr Tesla Age 81 Marconi Died at Age 63

1939 - Tesla Sold Patent to USSR:

1939 - Tesla Sold Patent to USSR One stage of the plan was tested in the USSR and Tesla received a check for $25,000. 1939 – 41 yr Tesla Age 83 Istra , USSR 2012 – 316,872$ 1939 – 25,000$

1940 – First Neon Light Commercialized:

1940 – First Neon Light Commercialized 1940 – 43 yr Tesla Age 84 Tesla Patent Expired – 26 years Ago

1942 – King Petar II Visited Tesla in his Room in New Yorker Hotel:

1942 – King Petar II Visited Tesla in his Room in New Yorker Hotel 1942 – 45 yr Tesla Age 86

1943, Jan 7, Tesla Died:

1943, Jan 7, Tesla Died 1943 – 46 yr Tesla Age 87

1943, Jan 7, Tesla Died:

1943, Jan 7, Tesla Died Tesla Nephews FBI Agent in Charge in Tesla’s case – P.E. Foxworth 1943 – 46 yr Tesla Age 87

1943, Jan 7, Tesla’s Funeral:

1943, Jan 7, Tesla’s Funeral Funeral Service cathedral of St John the Divine 1943 – 46 yr Tesla Age 87

Otto Skorzeny stated that he killed Tesla on Jan 6th:

Otto Skorzeny stated that he killed Tesla on Jan 6th 1943 – 46 yr Skorzeny Age 35

George Scherf(f) was Tesla’s Last Assistant:

George Scherf (f) was Tesla’s Last Assistant On January 4, 1943, Tesla’s faithful assistant, George Scherff , visited Tesla for the last time.

George Herbert Wallace Bush (1924-) 41st President of USA:

George Herbert Wallace Bush (1924-) 41 st President of USA 1943 – 46 yr Bush Age 19 George Scherf (f) aka

Tesla Room Today:

Tesla Room Today

1943 January 10th – US Office of Alien Property seize all of Tesla Belongings:

1943 January 10 th – US Office of Alien Property seize all of Tesla Belongings

1943 -Supreme Court granted full Rights to Tesla for the Invention of Radio, nullifying the Claims of Guilermo Marconi:

1943 -Supreme Court granted full Rights to Tesla for the Invention of Radio, nullifying the Claims of Guilermo Marconi June 21, 1943 - the Supreme Court granted full rights to Tesla for the invention of radio, nullifying the claims of Marchese Guilermo Marconi who had patented a two-tuned-circuit design and a more practical four-tuned-circuit modeled after Tesla's. Marconi's patent on the invention of radio was overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court because Tesla's work predated it ( Case #369, 6/21/43 ). Marconi did succeed in beating Tesla as the first person to send a wireless telegraph across the Atlantic, which prompted Tesla to remark, " Let him continue. He is using 17 of my patents. " In addition, Tesla's 1903 patents 723,188 and 725,605 contain the basic principles of the logical AND circuit element basic to all computers.

1945 – Project “Nick”:

1945 – Project “Nick” Copies of Tesla's papers on particle beam weaponry were sent to Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio. An operation code-named " Project Nick " was heavily funded and placed under the command of Brigadier General L. C. Craigie to test the feasibility of Tesla's concept. Details of the experiments were never published, and the project was apparently discontinued. But something peculiar happened. The copies of Tesla's papers disappeared, and no one knows what happened to them. 1945 – 2 yr

1947 – Henry Ford Died:

1947 – Henry Ford Died 1947 – 4 yr

1960 - Tesla Unit for Flux (or Magnetic Inductivity):

1960 - Tesla Unit for Flux (or Magnetic Inductivity) 1960 – 17 yr

1990 - H.A.A.R.P. High Active Auroral Research Project:

1990 - H.A.A.R.P. High Active Auroral Research Project Gaskona Alaska 1990 – 47 yr

1991. Dr Eastlund HAARP Patent:

1991. Dr Eastlund HAARP Patent 1991 – 48 yr

Tesla Genius who Died in Misery The Prestige:

Tesla Genius who Died in Misery The Prestige Petar Kocovic July 10 , 201 3 Gradjevinski fakultet , Beograd

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