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  • 10 July 1856 Croatia - 7 January 1943 U.S.A.
  •  Discovered the rotating magnetic field  İdea of ​trying to produce the alternative current engine  İn Europe couldn’t succeed, so moved to America in age of 28  The goal of the acquaintance with Thomas Edison
  •  Dispute with Edison  Thereupon Tesla has opened a lab a few blocks away from the Edison's office  Has designed many project in this laboratory  In May 1888, introduced the alternative current engine to the world.
  •  George Westinghouse paid for patent of alternating current $ 1 million  Tesla had the opportunity to work more comfortable with this way
  •  Tesla's achievements enabled making Niagara Falls hydroelectric him in 1896
  •  Gave the first examples of neon and fluorescent lighting.  Had caught the first X-ray photographs
  •  During his work with laboratory, Tesla Coil, lit up wireless light bulb in the hands of Tesla
  •  He discovered it at the age of 75  This is a man-made lightning and can struck aircraft flying in the sky
  •  Tesla was penniless because emphasis of the work trade  $ 935 dollars in unpaid taxes owed ​and the debt and loans, he trying to stand.
  • executives paid Tesla’s most of hotel and meals until his death  İn addition, the government of Yugoslavia until his death drew on a nominal amount was paid.  Tesla died on January 7, 1948 at age of 87.  Westinghouse