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The Nuclear Tourist

Average: 4.1 (7 votes)
In the brutal confines of The Facility, the most brilliant minds in history are resurrected and cloned. Isolated and approaching breaking point, at just seventeen Dane is one of their rising stars. Sent to Chernobyl to investigate a series of inexplicable deaths, linked only by the presence of a rare nuclear isotope, an accident propels Dane into the past. For the first time Dane experiences friendship and belonging. Can he find a way back to his own time? Should he sacrifice his freedom in order to save the world from the terror lurking in the depths of Reactor Four?
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The Tesla Resistance

Average: 5 (2 votes)
Tesla’s inventions have rewritten history. Just how much has been rewritten, Elina and Tipp Cavalier are about to find out. On the run from an unknown force, the Cavalier children find themselves, once again, in over their heads. Can the past be rewritten? Is the future etched in stone? Time will tell. This is the exciting sequel to The Tesla Connection, which found brother and sister Tipp and Elina Cavalier hurled back in time, after inadvertently switching on a machine of Nikola Tesla’s making. But time travel has consequences...
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The Tesla Connection

Average: 3.5 (2 votes)
Nikola Tesla is one of the world’s most amazing inventors that most people haven’t heard of. Elina Cavalier and her brother Tipp certainly hadn’t. Not until they found one of Tesla’s machines in the basement of their great-grandfather’s island mansion. They and the world are about to find out just how important one of Tesla’s inventions really is... it’s about time. A great family adventure full of mystery, intrigue, science and history. The story takes place in New York and spans the generations of the Cavalier family. It follows the adventures through the eyes of Elina and Tipp, a ten and... continue reading »

Wizard: The Life and Times of Nikola Tesla

Average: 3.4 (13 votes)
Nikola Tesla (1856-1943), credited as the inspiration for radio, robots, and even radar, has been called the patron saint of modern electricity. Based on original material and previously unavailable documents, Wizard is the definitive biography of the man considered by many to be the founding father of modern electrical technology. Born in a Croatian village, Tesla was educated at the Polytechnic School in Graz, Austria, and the University of Prague before he emigrated to the United States in 1884. Among Tesla's creations were the channeling of alternating current, fluorescent and neon... continue reading »

The Truth About Tesla: The Myth of the Lone Genius in the History of Innovation

Average: 3.8 (30 votes)
Everything you think you know about Nikola Tesla is wrong. Nikola Tesla was one of the greatest electrical inventors who ever lived. For years, the engineering genius was relegated to relative obscurity, his contributions to humanity (we are told) obscured by a number of nineteenth-century inventors and industrialists who took credit for his work or stole his patents outright. In recent years, the historical record has been "corrected" and Tesla has been restored to his rightful place among historical luminaries like Thomas Edison, George Westinghouse, and Gugliemo Marconi. Most biographies... continue reading »
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Tesla's Signal

Average: 3.8 (13 votes)
The Serbian-American scientist Nikola Tesla (1856-1943) is the developer of the alternating current electrical system which the world has used for over 100 years. Thus, he can rightly be called “the father of the industrial age.” And yet until recently, his name was virtually invisible. When I first learned his story, it seemed so incredible that I said “this is a science fiction story that practically writes itself!” Tesla's Signal is a work of fiction. While the first few chapters are loosely based on real events in Tesla's life, my portrayal of Tesla's thoughts, character and unusual... continue reading »
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Tesla: Inventor of the Electrical Age

Average: 3.7 (20 votes)
Nikola Tesla was a major contributor to the electrical revolution that transformed daily life at the turn of the twentieth century. His inventions, patents, and theoretical work formed the basis of modern AC electricity, and contributed to the development of radio and television. Like his competitor Thomas Edison, Tesla was one of America's first celebrity scientists, enjoying the company of New York high society and dazzling the likes of Mark Twain with his electrical demonstrations. An astute self-promoter and gifted showman, he cultivated a public image of the eccentric genius. Even at the... continue reading »
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Tesla's Wonderful World of Electricity

Average: 3.7 (12 votes)
The catalog of the exhibition Tesla's Wonderful World of Electricity which commemorated the 150th anniversary of Nikola Tesla's birth.
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Nikola Tesla: Memorandum Book On The Occasion of His 80th Birthday

Average: 3.6 (8 votes)
A collection of articles and letters related to Tesla and his 80th birthday. Articles in Serbian, French, German, Russian and English with several photographs.
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The Unresolved Patents of Nikola Tesla: The Inventions That Tesla Did Not Protect

Average: 4.1 (20 votes)
The book “The Unresolved Patents of Nikola Tesla” is a logical successor to the work “ The Patents of Nikola Tesla - Towards the Definite Catalog ” by Snezana Sarboh M.Sc, published in 2006 by the Nikola Tesla Museum as two separate editions in Serbian and English. The publication's subtitle - Towards the Definite Catalog - clearly suggests the need for additional research of patent documentation, which would provide further insight into the lifetime's work of this ingenious scientist, engineer and inventor. This new edition is a result of comprehensive expert research carried out by patent... continue reading »