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Secret files about Nikola Tesla, first time in public ! If you ever wanted to know why we dont have free electricity in 21st century, this is your opportunity ! Go to: www.fbi-about-tesla.blogspot.com
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Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe » The History of Wardenclyffe

Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe » The History of Wardenclyffe | Nikola Tesla FBI files | Scoop.it
This is the tower that Nikolai Tesla built to provide free energy to the world: http://t.co/sv3yxKJmDB
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Visionary Inventor Tesla's Lab Bought, Will Become Museum | Huff Post

Visionary Inventor Tesla's Lab Bought, Will Become Museum | Huff Post | Nikola Tesla FBI files | Scoop.it

A New York community group that raised $1.3 million in a six-week online fundraising effort has purchased a laboratory once used by visionary scientist Nikola Tesla.

 

"We're feeling very excited and gratified that we've reached this milestone," said Jane Alcorn, president of the Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe, on New York's Long Island. Her group announced last week that it had finalized the purchase of the Tesla lab and property for $850,000.

 

Tesla was a rival of Thomas Edison who imagined a world of free electricity. He conducted experiments in the early 20th century at his laboratory in Shoreham, about 65 miles east of New York City.

 

Volunteers have struggled for nearly two decades to raise money to acquire the property with limited success.

 

Their effort got a jolt of support last summer from Seattle cartoonist Matthew Inman, a Tesla fan who started promoting a fundraising effort on his website, theoatmeal.com.

 

Within six weeks, they had raised more than $1.3 million from 33,000 donors in the U.S. and 108 countries.

 

Tesla abandoned the lab in 1917. For many years it was a photo chemical processing plant; in 1993, officials determined that the property's groundwater had been polluted with cadmium and silver. A remediation effort overseen by state environmental regulators was completed last year.

 

Alcorn said that the purchase of the property was a key first step but noted much work needs to be done before the group can realize its goal: "to create a fitting memorial to Tesla and a science center to benefit the entire world."

 

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Monument to Nikola Tesla will be put on Long Island - InSerbia News

Monument to Nikola Tesla will be put on Long Island - InSerbia News | Nikola Tesla FBI files | Scoop.it
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“We are certain that Tesla's Wardenclyffe Tower, which was pulled down in 1917, will be erected next to the laboratory,” Vlajkovic said.
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