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The rivalry between Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla was one of the most important in history, as it shaped the way we use electricity today. Tesla's ideas eventually won out, but at a cost to Edison who mental disorder caused him to lose out on jobs and opportunities. Tesla lived a full life, dying in 1943.

  • 00:00:00 In the 1800s, two inventors, Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla, faced off in a battle for the control of electricity. Edison, the more well-known of the two, is credited with many inventions, such as the light bulb and the phonograph, but his most famous creation is probably the electric light. Tesla, on the other hand, is best known for his work on electricity and magnetism, and he is also credited with developing the Tesla coil, a device used to produce high-voltage electricity. The video tells the story of this rivalry, and of the challenges Edison faced in trying to develop an affordable and reliable source of electricity that could replace gas lamps. Ultimately, Tesla was successful in developing a working electric lamp, but it was only the beginning of his journey. He still had to build an entire industry around it, and he was not the only one who had to face these challenges. Edison, too, was successful in some areas, but ultimately he failed in his quest to create a truly safe and affordable electric light. Though the two men accomplished a great deal in their careers, their rivalry is remembered most for its innovation in the field of electricity.
  • 00:05:00 In the 1800s, Thomas Edison was one of the most influential people in the world when it came to technological advances in the field of electricity. However, there was one man who was even more influential, Nikola Tesla. Tesla had a vision of a future in which electricity would be ubiquitous and easier to manage. His invention, the Tesla coil, was the first machine to produce alternating current, which is now known as the standard form of electricity. In this video, we learn about Tesla's life and his incredible invention.
  • 00:10:00 In this video, Tesla discusses his recent invention, the alternating current (AC) power supply, and how it compared to Edison's direct current (DC) system. Tesla also discusses his plans to travel to the United States to present his idea to Edison, and how he needs to win Edison's trust first. Edison is a very experienced and successful inventor, and Tesla is sure that his AC system is better than Edison's current system. However, Edison is very skilled at fixing broken generators, and Tesla believes that adding a fourth circuit to a generator, which he did successfully, would make it much easier for people to use. Edison is also very innovative, and Tesla admires that about him. Tesla's electric company, Tesla Electric, is growing rapidly and is now providing electricity to major American businesses. Edison's system, however, has limitations; only 800 meters of wire can carry electricity from a generator to an end user, and Tesla believes that his alternating current system can travel much further.
  • 00:15:00 In this video, Tesla discusses the advantages and disadvantages of alternating current vs. direct current. He argues that alternating current is more dangerous, but he is still convinced that his system is superior. Edison's assistant gives some suggestions for Tesla to improve his alternating current system, which Tesla takes seriously. The war for the future of energy is about to begin, and Tesla is one of the most brilliant minds involved. He has designed a generator that can produce 800 meters of electricity at a cost of only $1000. Edison's old employee, Nicolas Tesla, believes that direct current is the future of energy and he leaves Edison's lab to try to prove it. Tesla finds work as an experimental electrician, but is forced to find employment elsewhere when Edison's electrician's job market dries up. He eventually finds a job installing electric cables underground for Edison Electric Light Company. Tesla's ideas about alternating current are soon obsolete, and his system is eventually replaced with Edison's direct current. However, Tesla's ideas about electricity are still relevant today.
  • 00:20:00 This video discusses the brilliant minds of Tesla and Edison, with particular focus on Tesla's idea of alternating current (AC). While excavating a trench, one of the people who realizes the idea is the superintendent of the project. He says you should come see me, a banker, who has invested and developed a series of companies for Tesla. This is an opportunity unique in his life, but simply explaining the alternating current (AC) circuit to investors will not be enough. Tesla must show them exactly what he can do with this power. This is not conversion; this is making full use of the available voltage. Information inverters and brushes or small pieces that break will be more important than ever. What is more important, though, is Tesla's infection - this is one of the character traits that really makes him stand out. It was really fantastic to be able to demonstrate simple demonstrations for people to see the possibilities of technology he was working on, with fields like magnetism in alternating current (AC). The future of electricity is to show people the rotary field motor analogy - just like a motor, controlled by electricity, is analogous to a vision he had about this current. AC is heading towards becoming a reality, and Edison's electric empire is about to face its biggest
  • 00:25:00 In this video, Tesla describes his invention, the electrical motor, which is much more efficient than the steam engine. He also talks about George Westinghouse, who was one of the wealthiest men in the United States, and his interest in electric power. Westinghouse eventually bought Tesla's patents, and the two men collaborated on a new transformer that would allow the electric current to be lowered to safe levels for household use. However, one of the main obstacles to widespread use of the electric motor was Edison's insistence on using direct current. The electric motor is a powerful tool, but it requires high voltage to work properly. The electric motor is also important for powering machines that are used widely, such as elevators and air conditioners. However, even with these advantages, Edison's electric motor will eventually be replaced by the electric motor based on Tesla's transformer.
  • 00:30:00 In this video, Thomas Edison's strategies for defeating Tesla are discussed. Edison's team believes that the alternating current (AC) is lethal, as you know it is, has been proven, and is uncontrollable. They decide to go negative with the campaign and show that the AC system is more dangerous than Tesla's current system. They do experiments with dogs and make demonstrations for the newspapers and public. Edison eventually comes to the conclusion that AC is dangerous and recommend a new system, DC, to the state of New York. Tesla, knowing this, counters with a public victory in proving that AC is more efficient than direct current (DC). With this victory in hand, Westinghouse needs a bigger victory to prove the superiority of AC over DC. The final battle for electric power will take place at one of America's natural sources of electricity, the Niagara Falls.
  • 00:35:00 In this video, Tesla vs. Edison, the Niagara Electric Company tries to find a way to use nearly 6,400 cubic feet of water flowing through the cataracts every second and generate electricity equivalent to more than a million tons of coal per year. Edison meets with his board of directors to present his plan to generate electricity from the cataracts directly. However, his board members are not impressed and decide to eliminate Edison from all future actions. Tesla presents his proposal to Westinghouse Electric, who wins the battle. Edison is forced to observe the battle for Niagara from the sidelines while Tesla presents the proposal of Westinghouse Electric. Tesla's proposal is ultimately accepted and Westinghouse Electric avoids bankruptcy by giving up millions of dollars in licensing fees to which it is entitled.
  • 00:40:00 This video tells the story of Thomas Edison's rivalry with Nikola Tesla, and how Tesla's ideas eventually won out. Edison's obsessions cost him in terms of his personal fortune, and he suffered from a mental disorder in the present day called obsessive-compulsive disorder. At the time, however, it was known as 'craving', and was not understood well. This caused him to lose out on jobs during his peak years, and he will likely spend the last years of his life in a hotel in New York City. Tesla, on the other hand, lived a full life despite his rivalry with Edison. He died in 1943, still technically undefeated in the battle of electric currents.

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