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"The world will long have to wait for a mind equal to Tesla's, a mind of such creative possibilities and such wealth of magination."  Armstrong

 

" Tesla's ingenious invention of polyphase system as well as his explorations of the amazing phenomenon of high frequency oscillations were the basis for developing completely new conditions for industry and radio communications, and had a profound influence upon the whole civilization. With the greatest awe one can not help wondering how Tesla could achieve such a success and exert so great an influence in the countries which at that time were most developed both in the field of science and industry, and not in the country in which he was born and in which he grew up and from where his exploring and independent spirit originated." Belgrade Museum

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