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            <h1 class="text-center "> <span class="fa fa-bolt" aria-hidden="true"></span> Nikola Tesla</h1>
            <h2 class="text-center">The light of world</h2>
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            A multiple exposure picture (one of 68 images created by Century Magazine photographer Dickenson Alley) of Tesla sitting in his Colorado Springs laboratory with his "magnifying transmitter" generating millions of volts. The 7-metre (23 ft) long arcs were not part of the normal operation, but only produced for effect by rapidly cycling the power switch.
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            <h3>Here's a time line of Tesla life</h3>
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                <li><b>1856</b> Nikola Tesla Is Born.</li>
                <li><b>1875</b> Tesla Enrolls At Austrian Polytechnic.</li>
                <li><b>1882</b> Nikola Tesla begins working for Continental Edison Company.</li>
                <li><b>1882</b> Tesla Identifies Magnetic Induction Field Principle.</li>
                <li><b>1884</b> Tesla arrives in the United States, and works with Edison Machine Works on Manhattan's Lower East Side.</li>
                <li><b>1988</b> Tesla Delivers Lecture: A New System of Alternating Current Motors and Transformers.</li>
                <li><b>1891</b> Nikola Tesla Patents the Tesla Coil and becomes a citizen of the United States.</li>
                <li><b>1893</b> Nikola Tesla and George Westinghouse power the World's Columbian Exposition.</li>
                <li><b>1899</b> Tesla moves to research facility in Colorado Springs.</li>
                <li><b>1901</b> Construction begins on Tesla's Wardenclyffe Tower.</li>
                <li><b>1913</b> Tesla patents bladeless turbine.</li>
                <li><b>1915</b> Tesla and Edison ignored by Nobel Prize committee and he files lawsuit against Gugliermo Marconi.</li>
                <li><b>1934</b> The New York Times publicizes Nikola Tesla's particle Beam research.</li>
                <li><b>1943</b> Nikola Tesla dies.</li>
      
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        <h3>View more information in <a href="hhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nikola_Tesla" target="_blanck">Wikipedia</a></h3>
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