Originally published: Denver, Colo. Sage Books, c1964, Inez Hunt & Wanetta W. Draper. Reprinted with permission. New foreword and illustrations added. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Lightning in his hand : the life story of Nikola Tesla, by Inez Hunt & Wanetta W.
They found that the truly n inventor, one of the greatest inventive scientists of all time, had performed some of his most important experiments in Colorado. Photographs were also offered, and the book has a most striking collection never before assembled. Tesla ranks with the most eccentric persons of all time. His eccentricities - his germ phobia, his passionate interest in feeding the pigeons in Bryant Park and his caring for crippled pigeons, among many oddities of personality - are inseparable from his genius. The authors have built well the full story of Tesla.
Neither Inez Hunt or Wanetta Draper pretend to be technical experts regarding electrical theory or electrical engineering. The life of Tesla is told chronologically from his early childhood in Smiljan, Croatia. The human side of this brilliant scientist and inventor unfolds poignantly and beautifully,with particular emphasis on his electrical experiments in Colorado at the beginning of the 20th century.
Lightning in His Hand is a complete biography of Tesla's life, from his birth in Croatia in 1856 to his death in New York in 1943. Very little of Tesla’s life was spent in Colorado, but Hunt and Draper make his time here the crux of their story. After an auspicious early life in Europe, Tesla came to America. He worked for a time with Thomas Edison, but their paths diverged after Edison denied Tesla a promised fifty thousand dollars for his labors. Stunned at this infidelity, Tesla joined with Edison's rival George Westinghouse in the battle of the currents, pitting Edison and his.
Lightning in His Hand: The Life Story of Nikola Tesla. 091411932X (ISBN13: 9780914119326). Overall, it really is a heartbreaking story. His family sacrificed all their savings to give him a top-notch education. The authors did a good job of portraying Tesla in a balanced way. They quote what other people said and thought of him, and why. They also did a superb job of guessing what things may have been like from Tesla's perspective.
Lightning in His Hand is a complete biography of Tesla's life, from his birth in Croatia in 1856 to his death in New York in 1943, with a special focus on Tesla’s experiments in Colorado
No collection of books about the creative genius Tesla would be complete without this excellent book. Through correspondence and interviews with many people who knew the man personally, combined with a study of the files of many journals and news media of the world, the authors brought much new material to light. Because it incorporates the use of footnotes and contains an extensive bibliography, Lightning in His Hand is a good reference tool.
Tesla came to the Pikes Peak region to conduct different experiments, primarily to fi nd a way to transmit electrical power without the use of wires. The high, dry climate was ideal for his work.
Tesla’s eccentric personality gives his life story the quality of the strangest romance. He made his first million before he was forty, yet gave up the royalties on his profitable invention as a gesture of friendship, and died almost in poverty. Purchase, Learn More. The Complete Patents of Nikola Tesla by Jim Glenn. Lists It Appears On: Ranker. Tesla Memorial Society. Lightning In His Hand, The Life Story of Nikola Tesla. Inez Hunt and Wanetta W. Draper, Tesla Memorial Society. 31. Lightning strikes: timeless lessons in creativity from the life and work of nikola tesla.
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