Summary of Nikola Tesla's TERRIFYING Prediction Has Just Been Revealed In Old Documents

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In this video, the focus is on Nikola Tesla and his predictions for the future of technology. In particular, it is noted that he predicted the global transmission of images, music, and video via wireless technology. While Tesla was not always successful in his endeavors, it is clear that his inventions have had a profound impact on the world.

  • 00:00:00 In this video, Serbian inventor Nicola Tesla is discussed, with particular focus on his predictions for the future of technology. One of these is the idea that one day wireless technology will allow the global transmission of images, music, and video.
  • 00:05:00 In 1898, Nikola Tesla showed off a remote-controlled boat that amazed onlookers with its new technology of harnessing wireless communication. His ideas for a power-free internet and electric cars were met with skepticism at the time, but are now being realized in modern technology.
  • 00:10:00 In 1884, Nikola Tesla left his job at the Edison Machine Works in New York City to start his own electric company. Despite Edison's efforts to discredit and malign him, Tesla's alternating current technology continued to win over the public, culminating in the first all-electric fare at the Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893. Tesla paid Westinghouse sixty thousand dollars for the rights to his AC patents, and Westinghouse employed him as a consultant for two thousand dollars per month.
  • 00:15:00 In 1895, Tesla's laboratory was destroyed in a fire, which led to a period of financial and professional decline. In 1901, Marconi used Tesla's patents to transmit the first transatlantic radio message, which helped to usher in a new era. However, in 1904, the U.S. patent office abruptly changed its mind and gave Marconi a patent instead, leading to Tesla's financial and professional decline. Tesla lost Ward and Cliff Tower to foreclosure in 1905 and eventually lost his life in debt. His last words were to his mother, expressing his sadness and worry about her health.
  • 00:20:00 Nikola Tesla's stunning prediction that electricity could be transferred without wires has been revealed in old documents. Although he was unlucky at times, the actual reason for his death is quite different: Tesla was not a capitalist, and this decision contributed to his misfortune. Tesla's inventions have powered the modern world, and he is responsible for the way the modern society runs.

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