The Problem of Increasing Human Energy by Nikola Tesla

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In this classic exposition, Nikola Tesla, famed inventor and scientist, turns his attention to "The Problem of Increasing Human Energy." More explicitly, Tesla is referring to the scientific challenges that face the continued survival and proliferation of the human race. A classic and fascinating treatise, Tesla's "The Problem of Increasing Human Energy" approaches the challenges to the human race from a physical science perspective.
 

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SAMANTHA HUNT is the author of two novels, including The Invention of Everything—about an imagined period in Tesla's life—which was shortlisted for the Orange Prize. She lives in Tivoli, New York.NIKOLA TESLA (1856–1943) was born in Smiljan (modern-day Croatia). He emigrated to America in his youth and became a naturalized citizen in 1891. Tesla lived out the last ten years of his life at the Hotel New Yorker in solitude. He died in debt despite his numerous contributions and patents.
 
Published September 29, 2013 by Digireads.com. 69 pages
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