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The Tesla commemorative plaque at Hotel New Yorker, erected July 10, 2001, by the Tesla Memorial Society of New York and Hotel New Yorker. Tesla died Jan. 7, 1943, in room 3327 on the 33rd floor of the hotel.

The Tesla commemorative plaque at Hotel New Yorker, erected July by the Tesla Memorial Society of New York and Hotel New Yorker. in room 3327 on the floor of the hotel.

The Woodpecker Signal - "You can induce virtually any affect that a chemical can cause in a living system with a um an external primarily extremely low frequency magnetic field."

The Woodpecker Signal - "You can induce virtually any affect that a chemical can cause in a living system with a um an external primarily extremely low frequency magnetic field.

HowStuffWorks "10 Reasons Why Tesla Is a Scientific God"

10 Reasons Why Tesla Is a Scientific God

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Tesla Frankenstein

Tesla Frankenstein

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Nikola Tesla (1856-1943)  Achievements: Invented the alternating-current generator that provides light and electricity, the transformer through which it is sent, and even the high voltage coil used in television sets.  Nikola was the ultimate mad scientist, meaning he was both slightly insane and terrifyingly smart. He held 700 patents at the time of his death yet he passed away penniless and in major debt. He once melted one of his assistants' hands by overloading it with X-rays.

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