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Posted January 15, 2010
This is NOT Nikola Tesla's MY INVENTIONS, published in the ELECTRICAL EXPERIMENTER magazine, February-June and October, 1919 issues. It is a corrupted version of Tesla's autobiography titled THE STRANGE LIFE OF NIKOLA TESLA. The original document was published in booklet form a copy of which was found in a used bookstore in 1994, transcribed, and published on the Internet. The booklet was subsequently found to contain significant errors, omissions, revisions and also some additions that did not appear in the original 6-part serial text.
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Posted September 29, 2011
If you're reading about Nikola Tesla, you are probably already a huge fan of the brilliant man and his many inventions which revolutionized the modern world. And if you don't know about this genius inventor, then you should- you make use of his inventions every day, assuming you use electricity or radio or radar or... well, you get the point. I've never seen the actual article from the Electrical Experimenter, but this reads like other writings I've read that were written by Tesla- same tone and style. This book is essential for any fan of Tesla, since the best source is the primary source, and this is Tesla's life in his own words.
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