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    Posted 3 years ago

    Bensallright
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    Bought this a few years back hope its worth the 2 dollars I spent for it back then ,,,,
    and the some

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    1. Bensallright Bensallright, 3 years ago
      http://energy.gov/articles/top-11-things-you-didnt-know-about-nikola-tesla
    2. Bensallright Bensallright, 3 years ago
      thank's brunswick
    3. buckethead, 3 years ago
      -Tesla Rules -
      Tesla's inventions are the backbone of modern power and communication systems.
    4. buckethead, 3 years ago
      When Einstein was asked how it felt to be the smartest man alive, he replied, "I don't know - you'll have to ask Nikola Tesla."
    5. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 3 years ago
      Thomas Edison's hero !
    6. Recordmantime, 12 months ago
      Thomas Edison' was a patten thief ... just like Franklin..
      Edison was propelled by furious rage coming from the fact that Tesla had once been Edison's employee but left because Edison didn't understand Tesla's alternating current experiments. In fact, the reason Tesla left was because Edison had promised him $50,000 but reneged on the deal. To get him back, Tesla harnessed Niagara Falls to produce alternating current, proving he had the superior electricity. Alternating current is now standard in American homes today and is never involved in accidental elephant deaths.

      In addition to all this dickery, Edison also had film technicians steal copies of the groundbreaking film Le Voyage dans la lune. Edison distributed the bootlegs for a tidy profit, while the revolutionary director was left bankrupt, with no way to return his significant investments. It takes a lot to look like a jerk by Hollywood standards, but Edison definitely fit the bill...lol

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