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As published in Collier’s Weekly on February 9th, 1901, Nikola Tesla presented what he expects to accomplish and how he hopes to establish communication with the planets.
As published in Brooklyn Daily Eagle on February 9, 1902….
Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe (TSCW) announces that it is the recipient of the Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation (RDLG Foundation) Grant that will be used to help renovate Wardenclyffe, the last remaining laboratory of the renowned inventor Nikola Tesla.
TSCW 2019 Annual Report now available! Details of a remarkable….
Results are in for the Current War Battle of the Quotes between Tesla, Edison, and Westinghouse!
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As published in The Sun in January 1901, “Nikola Tesla announced yesterday another new discovery in electricity. This time it is a new law and by reason of it, Mr. Tesla asserts, a large part of technical literature will have to be rewritten.”
On this day in 1897, Nikola Tesla gave a speech at a dinner celebrating the inauguration of power service from Niagara Falls to Buffalo.
Ultra-runner Todd Aydelotte ran 70+ miles on an overnight run from NYC to Wardenclyffe
On this day in 1943, Nikola Tesla died in his room at the Hotel New Yorker.
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We just want to take this opportunity to thank our many supporters. Thousands of devoted Tesla fans stood side by side with us to help save Wardenclyffe. Thank you for the time, sweat, devotion and dollars you’ve given.
Wardenclyffe’s nomination for the National Historic Register received a record number of endorsements: over 9,500 supporters from around the world sent endorsements to the NY Division of Historic Preservation, who voted unanimously to nominate Wardenclyffe.
On June 7, 2018, the Review Board for the NY State Division of Historic Preservation voted unanimously to recommend Wardenclyffe Laboratory for nomination to the State and National Registers of Historic Places.