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The Inventions, Researches and Writings of Nikola Tesla
30 September 2010

The Inventions, Researches and Writings of Nikola Tesla

The Inventions, Researches and Writings of Nikola Tesla
Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, LLC; Facsimile of 1894 ed edition | ISBN : 1564597113 | April 1, 1996 | 509 pages | PDF | 36.4MB

This is a very detailed technical writing of Tesla's major inventions, and it was published in 1894 by Electrical Engineer Magazine. If you want to really dig into the essence of Tesla's inventions this is an good source. So is "The Complete Patents of Nikola Tesla" ISBN 1-56619-266-8 published 1994. The number of contributions he made to technology is incredible! This man was truly amazing and probably the greatest genius of all time. It's too bad he was such an eccentric and failed to share more of his work with his peers. Had this happened our world would probably be far more advanced technologically. But the works he did share drastically changed the world for the better. He is finally beginning to get the credit he is due. If he could have appropriately financed his endeavors, there is no telling what might have transpired.
Tesla - Master Of Lightning
31 August 2010

Tesla - Master Of Lightning

Tesla - Master Of Lightning

Avi | Documentary | 115 min | 700 mb


This documentary presents the story of Nikola Tesla, the great scientist, visionary, and inventor who gave the world alternating current electricity, as well as being the father of radio. The film tells the story of this man's astonishing genius, his visions and inventions. Tesla's own scientific and autobiographical writings, as well as archival photographs and reenactments are used to tell the story. Tesla was born in the village of Smiljan near the town of Gospic', Austrian Empire, (today's Croatia). He was an ethnic Serb subject of the Austrian Empire and later became an American citizen. Working first with Edison, the two inventors fell out over Edison's insistence on using direct current. Tesla took his alternating current vision to Westinghouse. His New York address was renowned for the bolts of lightning emanating from it, as Tesla worked to unlock the secrets of energy and electricity. His quest took him to Colorado. The film follows Tesla's exploits and eccentricities, which made him a darling of the press. Included is the well-known and touching story of his devotion to a certain white pigeon. Largely forgotten today in spite of the great debt the modern world owes him, the film pays tribute to this overlooked genius.
Tesla : The Lost Inventions
6 November 2010

Tesla : The Lost Inventions
Tesla : The Lost Inventions
136 pages | Dec 12, 1987 |ISBN: 0970961820| PDF | 8 Mb

The suppressed inventions of Nikola Tesla in clear English and 42 illustrations: disk turbine, Tesla coil,high-frequency lighting, magnifying transmitter, wireless power, free-energy receiver..
Condensed Intro to Tesla Transformers by Eric Dollard
21 October 2010

Condensed Intro to Tesla Transformers by Eric Dollard

Condensed Intro to Tesla Transformers by Eric Dollard
English | Publisher: Borderland Sciences (1986) | ASIN: B00073CKZS | 40 pages | PDF | 23.15 MB


This book describes how to build a Tesla Transformer, which is much different than a Tesla Coil in operation, as a Tesla Transformer will produce "watt-less voltage", a purely electrostatic phenomena, which Tesla was utilizing to transmit power wirelessly.
Tesla - The Best Of Tesla (2001)
13 February 2011

Tesla - The Best Of Tesla (2001)
Tesla - The Best Of Tesla (2001)
Rock | Mp3 | 320 kbps | 149 MB
Phenomenon - The Lost Archives: The Missing Secrets of Nikola Tesla (1998) DVDRip
9 January 2011

Phenomenon - The Lost Archives: The Missing Secrets of Nikola Tesla (1998) DVDRip
Phenomenon - The Lost Archives: The Missing Secrets of Nikola Tesla (1998) DVDRip
Language: English
00:46:25 | 720x480 | DivX5 - 937Kbps | 29.970fps | MP3 - 192Kbps | 379MB
Genre: Documentary

A mystery surrounds Nicola Tesla. His contributions, which were great in many, have descended into obscurity. Why? Nikola Tesla was a humanitarian, a US patriot, and yes an unbridled genius. Though he has often been personified as the quintessential mad scientist. Perhaps his only real misdeed was being born ahead of his time. Tesla’s idea was to be able to provide power equally to all people on Earth.
Phenomenon - The Lost Archives: The Missing Secrets of Nikola Tesla (1998) DVDRip-DMZ
17 January 2011

Phenomenon - The Lost  Archives: The Missing Secrets of Nikola Tesla (1998) DVDRip-DMZ
Phenomenon - The Lost Archives: The Missing Secrets of Nikola Tesla (1998) DVDRip-DMZ
AVI | 379.1 MiB | 720x480 | DivX 5 @ 937 Kbps | English | MP3 @ 192 Kbps - 2 channels | 46mn 25s
Genre: Documentary

A mystery surrounds Nicola Tesla. His contributions, which were great in many, have descended into obscurity. Why? Nikola Tesla was a humanitarian, a US patriot, and yes an unbridled genius. Though he has often been personified as the quintessential mad scientist. Perhaps his only real misdeed was being born ahead of his time. Tesla’s idea was to be able to provide power equally to all people on Earth.
Tesla: The lost inventions
15 September 2010

Tesla: The lost inventions

Tesla: The lost inventions
High Voltage Press | ISBN: 0970962620 | 1988 edition | PDF | 33 Pages | 15 MB

Includes 42 illustrations from Telsa's patent drawings which show the patent numbers and dates of patent application.
Ancient Engineers' Inventions: Precursors of the Present (History of Mechanism and Machine Science)
26 August 2010

Ancient Engineers' Inventions: Precursors of the Present (History of Mechanism and Machine Science)
Ancient Engineers' Inventions: Precursors of the Present (History of Mechanism and Machine Science)
Springer 2009 | 340 | ISBN: 904812252X | PDF | 6 Mb
This book describes inventions and designs of ancient engineers that are the precursors of the present. The ages mainly range from 300 B.C. to 1600 A.D. with some exceptions from before and after this period. As for the very ancient ones, the book describes inventions (documented by archaeological finds mainly from Pompei, Ercolano and Stabia) that generally are very little known and sometimes not known at all. Some inventions are in the military field. This is because (unfortunately) many inventions and technological innovations have been conceived starting from military applications. The book is divided into five parts. The first four parts pertain to definite fields and present inventions generally conceived up to the late Roman Empire. Inventions that are representative of the engineering genius of the ancients and that may be considered as milestones, each in their respective field. The fifth part refers to fields of engineering (such as textiles and automation) in which important innovations were conceived also in more recent centuries. For each of the inventions presented, even the ancient ones of many centuries past, the authors provide three elements of research and reference: Written documents (the classics) Iconic references (coins, bas-reliefs, etc.) Archaeological findings. The target groups of the book are students and scholars with interest on History of Mechanical Engineering in Antiquity and Archaelogy. ...
BBC - Inventions That Changed The World Gun (2004) DVDRip XviD
25 October 2011

BBC - Inventions That Changed The World Gun (2004) DVDRip XviD

BBC - Inventions That Changed The World Gun (2004) DVDRip XviD
English | 46 Min | 608 x 384 | XviD - 1068Kbps | 25.000fps | MP3 - 128Kbps | 400 MB
Genre: Documentary

Jeremy Clarkson hosts Inventions That Changed The World, a new series which tells the stories behind some of the most significant inventions which have helped shape the world we live in today. Our daily lives are governed by inventions. From what we wear to the food we eat and our methods of travel – it’s all been invented or significantly altered by inventions. But sometimes an invention comes along that doesn’t just change the way we do things but changes the world. Inventions That Changed The World examines not only how and why life altering inventions got off the ground in the first place, but also how they created a domino effect spawning other essential inventions in their wake. Beginning with the gun, Jeremy reveals that successful attempts to create ever more lethal weapons have not only shaped the world but led directly or indirectly to all of the following: the industrial revolution, the production line, cowboy films, street lighting, the car exhaust pipe and the development of trauma medicine.