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Learn Now the Man that Invented the World as We Know It Today! For Today only, get this Amazon Kindle Book for just $2.99. Regularly priced at $4.99. Read on your PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device. Nikola Tesla, a Serbian-American physicist and engineer, is the man responsible for the Alternating Current (AC) electricity. He invented the first ever AC motor tha Learn Now the Man that Invented the World as We Know It Today! For Today only, get this Amazon Kindle Book for just $2.99. Regularly priced at $4.99. Read on your PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device. Nikola Tesla, a Serbian-American physicist and engineer, is the man responsible for the Alternating Current (AC) electricity. He invented the first ever AC motor that helped generate and transmit electricity, the same one being used in every household or building at present. Tesla’s contributions are not just limited to AC electricity; he also directly influenced the development of everyday devices, such as the radio, fluorescent lighting, x-ray machines and the Radio Detection and Ranging (RADAR), among others. In addition to this, he discovered the rotating magnetic field and created the polyphase electrical system. He was a genius and a visionary. Oftentimes, he would create visions in his head that he would ultimately turn into actual inventions. As a matter of fact, there are approximately 1,200 patents in the US Patent Office that are registered under Nikola Tesla’s name. However, despite being regarded highly in his field, he lacked the business instincts that most of his colleagues, such as Edison, had. In the end, his profuse inventions did not translate to financial success. Furthermore, his own intellect got the best of him. During the last few years of his life, he would spend countless sleepless nights taking on scientific problems and mathematical equations in his head. Like Icarus flying too close to the sun, Tesla aimed for goals that were too unrealistic, which eventually led to his downfall. Here is A Preview of What You'll Learn… The Early Life of Nikola Tesla Tesla's Beginnings & the Alternating Current System The Move to Camera: Tesla Meets Thomas Edison Tesla's Rise to Fame Nikola Tesla's Failures and Death and the Legacy He Left Behind And Much, much more! Download your copy today! Take action today and download this book for a limited time discount of only $2.99! Don’t Delay, Learn Now the Mindset that Brings 20th Century as We Know It!


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Learn Now the Man that Invented the World as We Know It Today! For Today only, get this Amazon Kindle Book for just $2.99. Regularly priced at $4.99. Read on your PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device. Nikola Tesla, a Serbian-American physicist and engineer, is the man responsible for the Alternating Current (AC) electricity. He invented the first ever AC motor tha Learn Now the Man that Invented the World as We Know It Today! For Today only, get this Amazon Kindle Book for just $2.99. Regularly priced at $4.99. Read on your PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device. Nikola Tesla, a Serbian-American physicist and engineer, is the man responsible for the Alternating Current (AC) electricity. He invented the first ever AC motor that helped generate and transmit electricity, the same one being used in every household or building at present. Tesla’s contributions are not just limited to AC electricity; he also directly influenced the development of everyday devices, such as the radio, fluorescent lighting, x-ray machines and the Radio Detection and Ranging (RADAR), among others. In addition to this, he discovered the rotating magnetic field and created the polyphase electrical system. He was a genius and a visionary. Oftentimes, he would create visions in his head that he would ultimately turn into actual inventions. As a matter of fact, there are approximately 1,200 patents in the US Patent Office that are registered under Nikola Tesla’s name. However, despite being regarded highly in his field, he lacked the business instincts that most of his colleagues, such as Edison, had. In the end, his profuse inventions did not translate to financial success. Furthermore, his own intellect got the best of him. During the last few years of his life, he would spend countless sleepless nights taking on scientific problems and mathematical equations in his head. Like Icarus flying too close to the sun, Tesla aimed for goals that were too unrealistic, which eventually led to his downfall. Here is A Preview of What You'll Learn… The Early Life of Nikola Tesla Tesla's Beginnings & the Alternating Current System The Move to Camera: Tesla Meets Thomas Edison Tesla's Rise to Fame Nikola Tesla's Failures and Death and the Legacy He Left Behind And Much, much more! Download your copy today! Take action today and download this book for a limited time discount of only $2.99! Don’t Delay, Learn Now the Mindset that Brings 20th Century as We Know It!

30 review for Nikola Tesla: The Imagination and Man that Invented the World as We Know It Today (Nikola Tesla Free Book, The Man that Invented 20th Century, The Dream ... Alternating Current System, Electricity)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Meghaa Ghosh

    Book 24/52 in 2019. I always wanted to know more about Nikola Tesla and saw someone recently read the book by Marc Givens. It's a short one that tells you about his life and if, like me, you didn't want it to be a mammoth read but just one that gave you a gist of his life, this book made sense. What got to me, however, were the glaring grammatical errors, so much so that they set your teeth on edge. From what I read online after, there are some discrepancies in the dates and details in it. I wou Book 24/52 in 2019. I always wanted to know more about Nikola Tesla and saw someone recently read the book by Marc Givens. It's a short one that tells you about his life and if, like me, you didn't want it to be a mammoth read but just one that gave you a gist of his life, this book made sense. What got to me, however, were the glaring grammatical errors, so much so that they set your teeth on edge. From what I read online after, there are some discrepancies in the dates and details in it. I wouldn't recommend anyone to read this book. The silver lining though was the terribly writing led me to find another book on him and more importantly a company called Hourly History that is brilliant for someone like me who loves history and wants to read a lot more but in a concise format. Check them out, they do concise versions that can be read under an hour. These are on people, events, mythologies and more. What's even better? All their e-books are free to read on kindle or otherwise. I cannot wait to read everything they have on their shelf.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Ayman Khodeir

    Brief and to the Point A short biography book that summarises Tesla's life and inventions in an easy to read and understand way. Nice book to recommend to others. Brief and to the Point A short biography book that summarises Tesla's life and inventions in an easy to read and understand way. Nice book to recommend to others.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Avi Klayman

    very short and brief. Some mistakes with dates which relate to 18xx not 19xx.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Charlene M. Hermann

    Terrible! I thought that I was downloading an actual book (and one with excellent reviews) - instead I found myself reading someone's term paper and not a very good one. Full of factual errors, the paper states that Buffalo received electricity in 1986 (location 226) and that Tesla received a patent in 1985(location 246) - facts I have trouble believing. The paper also has many grammatical errors. I am deeply disappointed in this and will give much more thought to any further purchases through Am Terrible! I thought that I was downloading an actual book (and one with excellent reviews) - instead I found myself reading someone's term paper and not a very good one. Full of factual errors, the paper states that Buffalo received electricity in 1986 (location 226) and that Tesla received a patent in 1985(location 246) - facts I have trouble believing. The paper also has many grammatical errors. I am deeply disappointed in this and will give much more thought to any further purchases through Amazon.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jana Williams

    I did a very rare thing for me with this book..... I gave up. A book has to be pretty boring, uninteresting, or just plain bad for me not to finish it, this one was. Pity too, such an interesting subject to work with too. How disappointing.

  6. 4 out of 5

    dave grillo

    Too small Needs more information, more background needed to better understand the man's life. An oversimplification of a complex life. Tell me more so I can better understand the man. T Too small Needs more information, more background needed to better understand the man's life. An oversimplification of a complex life. Tell me more so I can better understand the man. T

  7. 5 out of 5

    Monica Morelli

    Very brief.

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