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Nikola Tesla

Nikola Tesla had photographic memory, and was able to use creative visualization with an uncanny and practical intensity. He describes in his autobiography how he was able to visualize a particular apparatus and was then able to actually test run the apparatus, disassemble it and check for proper action and wear! During the manufacturing phase of his inventions, he would work with all blueprints and specifications in his head. The invention invariably assembled together without redesign and worked perfectly. Tesla slept one to 2 hours a day and worked continuously on his inventions and theories without benefit of ordinary relaxation or vacations. He could judge the dimension of an object to a hundredth of an inch and perform difficult computations in his head without benefit of slide rule or mathematical tables. Far from an ivory tower intellectual, he was very much aware of the issues in the world around him, made it a point to render his ideas accessable to the general public by frequent contributions to the popular press, and to his field by numerous lectures and scientific papers. Adapted from: Sumeria.

Nikola Tesla's electrical adventures. By Harry L. Goldman.
Short biography. By Compton's Encyclopaedia.
Weird Science. Excellent resource.
Great pages on Tesla. By Bogdan R. Kosanovic.

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