Serbian-American Electrical Engineer Nikola Tesla: Death, Work, Polylinguism, Wireless Electricity, Believing to Receive Transmissions from Mars, Preferring to Work With Lack of Sleep and Darkness, the Significance of 3, 6, and 9, Death Ray Invention, the Race Between Particle and Atomic Weaponry, and Tesla’s Near Death Experience

January 7, 1943, New York City, United States of America, Nikolai Tesla died of a heart attack. After graduating from post secondary, Tesla worked as an electrical engineer. Tesla helped to efficiently electrify the world, and produced work on electric railroads, fluorescent and neon light, wireless radio communications, X-ray, remote control, turbine engines, speedometer, helicopters, and torpedos. Tesla spoke 12 different languages. Tesla established that it was possible to send electricity wi...

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