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Nikola Tesla : Master of Electricity. Nikola Tesla, a once living marvel of electromagnetics. . Nikola Tesla was born in Smiljan , Lita . On July 10, 1856. Tesla’s father Milutin Tesla, was a Orthodox Priest. Tesla’s mother Djuka Mandic was an inventor of household appliences .

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nikola tesla master of electricity

Nikola Tesla :Master of Electricity

Nikola Tesla, a once living marvel of electromagnetics.

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Nikola Tesla was born in Smiljan, Lita. On July 10, 1856. Tesla’s father Milutin Tesla, was a Orthodox Priest. Tesla’s mother DjukaMandic was an inventor of household appliences.

In 1873, Tesla studied at Realschulein Carlstadt, The Polytechnic Institute in Graz, Austria, and the University of Prague. Nikola intended to specialize in Physics and Mathematics, but soon became fascinated with electricity. Tesla then began his career as an electrical engineer with a telephone company in Budapest, in 1881.

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It was then one day, Tesla was walking with a friend in the city park when it came to Tesla, the elusive solution of rotating the magnetic field flashed through Nikola’s mind. Tesla then wrote in the sand with a stick explaining his theory to his friend.

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After building a prototype and testing, Tesla was unable to interest any wealthy investors. Nikola Tesla then joined the Continental Edison Company in Paris, France. There he had the idea of a generator that would send electrical energy along distribution lines first one way, then another way, multiple waves. Using the Polyphase Principle. (below, Actor, Jonathan Young playing Nikola Tesla in an episode of the TV show Sanctuary.)

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10 Facts about Nikola Tesla

1. In 1881, Tesla moved to Budapist, Hungary to work for the American Telephone Company.2.In 1882, Tesla moved to Paris to work for The Continental Edison Company