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   Nikola Tesla
    <blockquote class="text-center"><em> “If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.”</em> </blockquote> 
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 <h2 class="text-center"> The Inventors Life<h2>
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                          <li>Born July 10, 1856 <strong>"Child of Light"</strong></li> <li> <strong>1862</strong>. Tesla enrolled Primary school in Smiljan </li>
                          <li><strong>1863</strong>. Elder brother Dane dies and Tesla moves to Gospic to continue his education</li>
                          <li><strong>1870</Strong>. Tesla leaves primary school in Gospic</li>
                          <li><strong>1873</strong>. He graduates from real school (grammar school) at Rakovac near Karlovac </li>
                          <li><strong>1874</strong>. He contracted cholera </li>
                          <li><strong>1875-78</strong>. Tesla studies at Graz Polytechnic Institute </li> 
                          <li><strong>1879</strong>. After his father’s death, Tesla stops with his studies and works in Maribor for some time </li>
                          <li><strong>1880</strong>. He moves to Prague and studies Physics and Mathematics at Karl University </li>
                          <li><strong>1881</strong>. Tesla begins the career of an engineer in Budapest </li>
                          <li><strong>1882</strong>. He goes to work for Edison’s Continental Company in Paris. Soon afterwards, his work takes him to Strasbourg </li>
                          <li><strong>1884</strong>. Tesla leaves for America and gets a job in Edison’s company </li>
                          <li><strong>1885</strong>. He leaves Edison and founds his first company (“Tesla’s electrical light”) </li>
                          <li><strong>1889</strong>. He visits the World exhibition in Paris and also visits his birthplace </li>
                          <li><strong>1892</strong>. Tesla holds lectures in London and Paris. He breaks off his tour due to his mother’s illness followed by death. He visits his birthplace for the second and last time. He visits Zagreb, Varazdin, Budapest, Belgrade and Vienna</li>
                          <li><strong>1893</strong>. The Serbian Royal Academy of Sciences announces Tesla’s appointment for its corresponding member </li>
                          <li><strong>1894</strong>. The first book on Tesla and his inventions was published in New York (Thomas Komerford Martin) and in Belgrade (Djordje Stanojevic) </li>
                          <li><strong>1895</strong>. The fire which broke out in Tesla’s laboratory in New York destroyed all his apparatus, instruments, documentation, plans etc. </li>
                          <li><strong>1899</strong>. He moves to Colorado Springs, where he performs his experiments with high-frequency high-voltage currents </li>
                          <li><strong>1900</strong>. Tesla returns to New York and builds a laboratory and aerial on Long Island for the World radio station (1900-1905) </li>
                          <li><strong>1905</strong>. Stops with the construction of the Long Island complex and turns to research work in the field of mechanical engineering, and 1929-1935 he works on production and processing of sulfur, iron and copper </li>
                          <li><strong>1936</strong>. Tesla is badly injured in a car accident in New York. He never completely recovered from the obtained injuries to the end of his life </li>
                          <li><strong>1943</strong>. Nikola Tesla died (7 January) in the New York hotel called “The New Yorker”. His funeral took place on 12 January. </li>   
                          <li><a href="" target="_blank"> The source is this amazing site!</li></a>
   <p class="text-center"><strong>If you like Nikola Tesla as much as I do click on this to learn more about his life and inventions. </strong> </p>
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         Coolest guy ever!


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