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Nikola Tesla, the greatest mind of all time, was not just an investor or as claimed by many the true father of the electric age but also a man with secrets and mysteries we could never imagine of. Despite the fact that he was famous but not as much as he should have been, as most of the patents were registered by Edison or Westinghouse, Tesla himself, was altruistic, and when he learned of others using his ideas, he probably wished them well. He wasn’t financially motivated beyond survival, and he sought to share his ideas with the entire world, either by himself or by others. One of his most floated theories is Tesla 3 6 9 Number Theory.

THE one forgotten individual, who can truly be saluted for providing "THE ideas" that built America was undoubtedly Nikola Teslar. He who fought to preserve the idea of Alternating Current (AC) viz a viz the Edison inspired Direct Current (DC) that J.P.Morgan was backing his fortune on - to the extent that he waived his patent rights in favour of Westinghouse, his own backer, to avert bankruptcy - only to see J.P.Morgan use his own financial power to force Westinghouse to sign those very AC patent rights, over to the Trust that was The House of J.P.Morgan. ALL of which sets the scene, so to speak, for the need to consider energy independence for every one of our species - and the mechanisms and actions which would enable that to happen.

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Comment by Michael Grove on October 3, 2023 at 13:17
Nikola Tesla did countless mysterious experiments, but he was a whole other mystery on his own. Almost all genius minds have a certain obsession. Nikola Tesla had a pretty big one!

He was walking around a block repeatedly for three times before entering a building, he would clean his plates with 18 napkins, he lived in hotel rooms only with a number devisable by 3. He would make calculations about things in his immediate environment to make sure the result is devisable by 3 and base his choices upon the results. He would do everything in sets of 3.

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