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This video covers the rivalry between Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla, two of the most important inventors in the field of electricity. Edison is considered the more famous of the two, but Tesla is said to have had a more innovative approach. The video covers their battle to control the power of electricity, which eventually led to Tesla's victory.

  • 00:00:00 In this video, Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla are compared in terms of their achievements in the field of electricity. Edison is considered to be the more famous of the two, but Tesla is said to have had a more innovative approach. Eventually, the two inventors will face off in a battle to control the power of electricity.
  • 00:05:00 In the early 1800s, two geniuses, Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla, competed to create the best system for generating electricity. Edison's direct current (DC) system relied on huge, expensive generators, while Tesla's alternating current (AC) system used much smaller, more efficient machines. However, only Tesla was able to conceive of a rotating machine that used AC to generate electricity, which he patented in 1884. For the next few decades, Tesla struggled to make his invention commercially viable, but eventually succeeded. His machines are now commonplace in modern homes.
  • 00:10:00 In this video, Edison and Tesla are compared in terms of their accomplishments in the field of electricity. Edison is credited with developing the concept of alternating current, while Tesla is considered the father of electric power transmission. However, Tesla's latest invention, the Tesla coil, will soon have to be tested in the United States and, more importantly, in Europe, where the famous scientist, Thomas Edison, is currently based. If Tesla is to prove his idea, he must first win the trust of Edison, who is widely known for his accomplishments in the field of electricity.
  • 00:15:00 In the 1800s, two great minds in the field of electricity were Nikola Tesla and Thomas Edison. While both men had their own strengths and weaknesses, Tesla believed that his alternating current (AC) system was superior to Edison's direct current (DC). However, due to the high voltage levels and lack of understanding of AC at the time, AC appeared to be more dangerous. However, Tesla was convinced of AC's superiority and continued to work on improving DC systems. When he found that AC shortened the magnetic fields of generators, he realized that he could triple generator production with his invention. Meanwhile, Edison was busy trying to patent his direct current system and fight Tesla in court. When the war for the future of electricity began, it was clear that Tesla was the better inventor. He designed a plant that could generate electricity 100 times more powerfully than Edison's current system. You can count on him to deliver.
  • 00:20:00 In this video, Edison is compared to Tesla in terms of their ideas and work. Tesla is noted for his ideas in electric power, and his demonstration of an electric motor controlled by alternating current was a success. Edison, on the other hand, is known for his contributions to the electric light bulb and other devices. Despite this, he is reluctant to abandon direct current, believing it will be replaced by alternating current in the future. Five years of investment by various individuals will prove him wrong.
  • 00:25:00 In this video, Edison is challenged by an unknown genius, Nicolas Tesla. However, in order to break Edison's monopoly on electricity, he must prove that alternating current can do more than just light up the world - it can also power machines. The horse-and-buggy era is coming to an end, as Tesla's alternating current motor enables almost any machine to be operated with electricity. Westinghouse, one of the richest men in the United States, sees electricity as this untapped market and makes a fortune investing in it. Despite the advantages of alternating current, there is still one big obstacle - the high voltage required to send electricity great distances and power large machines. Tesla solves this problem with his transformer, which allows current to be lowered to 110 volts for home use, eliminating the need for high-voltage electrical systems. This innovation makes alternating current not only possible, but assured.
  • 00:30:00 Edison is trying to build an empire by using direct current, but his biggest weakness is his ability to change his thinking as the industry changes and the market changes. This would make it difficult for unbelievers to prove that he was wrong. Edison solved the problem by investing a lot of money and his reputation. To test his point, his team decided to go negative. Edison's management team joined him and told him that they were ready to carry out a campaign against alternating current, which has such a high risk that they're willing to take it. They do experiments with dogs to prove to the public that AC is dangerous. Edison then recommends the state of New York adopt a new way to execute criminals by using high voltage electricity. Edison's rival recommends a system Edison developed called the electric chair. With 1,000 volts through him, the convicted William Blair is killed, but it's not an instantaneous death. It turns out to be a very horrific execution, which serves Edison's purposes because that's what he wants people to see. He wants to show how AC is Death's Electric current. Better they would have killed him with a hatchet.
  • 00:35:00 In this video, Thomas Edison and Nicola Tesla face off in a battle for energy supremacy. Edison's direct current (DC) system is pitted against Tesla's alternating current (AC) system. The battle is important for the alternate current (AC) trend, as wars over electricity are about to reach their most important stage. Simply, this is brilliant - you know that it's dangerous, it's not been approved or tested, it's uncontrollable. Thomas Edison struggles to defend his direct current system against Nikola Tesla and his sponsor, Westinghouse Electric. The final confrontation will take place at one of North America's main sources of electricity, the Niagara Falls cataracts. Edison's company, Electric Company of the Niagara Falls, seeks to exploit the nearly 6,000400 cubic feet of water flowing through the cataracts each second to generate electricity equivalent to over one million tons of coal per year. Tesla's proposal wins the day, and Edison is forced to concede from behind the barriers of his empire. Tesla's proposed system, however, may have come too late - Westinghouse may have already paid Tesla's licensing fees, and the company is not crushing itself.
  • 00:40:00 In this video, legal battles between Edison and Tesla take a toll on Westinghouse Electric, which is on the brink of bankruptcy. To save the company, Edison decides to give up millions of dollars in payments he is owed for patents. This decision costs him his fortune, but it is a mental illness that he will die from in the present day. His rival, Thomas Edison, receives more than 1,000 patents in his career, more than any other inventor. However, losing the war against Tesla could be the most damaging event of his career. In the battle for electricity, one sees Edison in his human side and allows his ego to take control. Edison believed himself to be a bit of a wizard, loved being hailed as a genius publicly, and enjoyed the idea of losing an important battle in the electricity industry. The current generation of electricians owes a debt to Tesla for his inventions, which led to the widespread use of alternating current. This program includes dramatizations inspired by history, which have been altered for dramatic purposes.

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