Nikola Tesla, the Serbian-American scientist was a brilliant and eccentric genius whose inventions enabled modern-day power and mass communication systems.
He has an electric car company and a rock band named after him. Legendary rock musician David Bowie even played the bizarre scientist in the 2006 movie “The Prestige.” Tesla had hundreds of patents registered in his name – yet he never won a Nobel Prize for his lifelong work with electricity. Great discoveries he made over his lifetime, particularly in the late 1800s, are the basis for much of our modern lifestyle.
Back in 1895 Tesla made his first discovery that time and space could be influenced by magnetic fields. This founding made him accomplish a number of experiments with radio frequencies and power transmissions through atmosphere, giving birth to such travel project as Philadelphia Project.
Long before the project was in the making, Tesla was doing a lot of research into time, space and the possibilities of time travel and his research was yielding amazing results. Using these magnetic fields, Tesla discovered that the time and space barrier could be violated or accessed by creating a door that could lead to a different time.
Scientist was truly fascinated with idea of time travelling but he had full awareness that this concept can bring about serious consequences and prove catastrophic should it fall in the wrong hands.
His first experiment took place in March 1895. According to witness statements they found Tesla at a small coffee shop, looking quite shaken and disturbed. His assistant claimed that he apparently had just taken 3.5 million volts through his body. Crazy scientists was almost killed by voltage on the spot but his assistant plugged out the machine and prevented it from taking his life. Tesla knew risk-taking potentially benefits possible success and in spite of danger he made a revolutionary discovery. He claimed he he found himself in a totally different time and space window, he could see past, present and future at the same time while staying in magnetic field. As he was totally paralysed by high voltage Tesla couldn’t move or do anything until the moment the machine was unplugged.
Perhaps the reasoning for Tesla nearly dying from experimenting is that humans are not meant to alter any forms of time and that accepting reality for what it is is the best option.
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