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Nikola Teslas Inverted MindThe life, inspiration, secrets, and practices of the greatest inventor in history!Foreword by Franz H, BadenhorstBestselling author of Speak and be Feared is back with another hit. This one, changing the gameMore Nikola Teslas Inverted MindThe life, inspiration, secrets, and practices of the greatest inventor in history!Foreword by Franz H, BadenhorstBestselling author of Speak and be Feared is back with another hit. This one, changing the game completely.Although I am not an engineer, electrician or inventor. I am however a former student of logic and Philosophy, and I found this book intriguing. This book is a must read for anyone seeking to understand what has changed between now and the pre-industrial revolution. What has changed and how to better understand the nature of invention, the mind and logic carried by some of history’s most influential people. Nikola Tesla’s name was severely suppressed after his death and his inventions often accredited to someone else’s name, he was definitely one of the brightest minds in all of history, his name is preceded by his inventions, inventions that we all use in our daily lives, his predictions on global warming, climate change, and the coming age of Information was and still astounds all who hear his name. Julia does great work by portraying his legend in such a humble and open minded approach.Introduction by Nikola TeslaNikola Tesla was born in Croatia (then part of Austria-Hungary) on July 9, 1856, and died January 7, 1943. He was the electrical engineer who invented the AC (alternating current) induction motor, which made the universal transmission and distribution of electricity possible. Tesla began his studies in physics and mathematics at Graz Polytechnic, and then took philosophy at the University of Prague. He worked as an electrical engineer in Budapest, Hungary, and subsequently in France and Germany. In 1888 his discovery that a magnetic ﬁeld could be made to rotate if two coils at right angles are supplied with AC current 90° out of phase made possible the invention of the AC induction motor. The major advantage of this motor being its brushless operation, which many at the time believed impossible.Tesla moved to the United States in 1884, where he worked for Thomas Edison who quickly became a rival – Edison being an advocate of the inferior DC power transmission system. During this time, Tesla was commissioned with the design of the AC generators installed at Niagara Falls. George Westinghouse purchased the patents to his induction motor, and made it the basis of the Westinghouse power system which still underlies the modern electrical power industry today.He also did notable research on high-voltage electricity and wireless communication- at one point creating an earthquake which shook the ground for several miles around his New York laboratory. He also devised a system which anticipated world-wide wireless communications, fax machines, radar, radio-guided missiles and aircraft.