Seven months after an online fundraiser raised $1.4 million to save the last remaining laboratory of famed inventor Nikola Tesla, the nonprofit group that organized the drive has purchased the property to build a museum and science center.
Last year, more than 33,000 contributors from 108 countries contributed to the fund, called “Let’s Build a Goddamn Tesla Museum.” The online fundraiser was featured by the creator of the popular webcomic The Oatmeal, Matthew Inman, who encouraged his fans to donate.
Mr. Tesla, a rival of Thomas Edison and a pioneer in the use of alternating current, conducted experiments at the Wardenclyffe laboratory, built in 1901, in hopes of providing free, wireless electricity to the world.
This rescue mission is largely due to the film director of ‘Tales from Olympus’ who raised money for this mission..
Here is some news about latest developments in Tesla movies: with trailers @YouTube et al. I can’t ignore the feeling that this film (“Tower to The People”) will tell the story of Tesla’s vision of wireless transmission of energy, and the utterly uninteresting Tesla FBI case, again. To transpose Tesla’s magnificent, century-old vision into today’s world would have been a greater challenge to meet. Another film is in the pipeline, too: “Tesla- Ruler of the World”, produced by Vladimir Rajcic, with Nicolas Cage as Edison and, of course, Christian Bale as Tesla.
In the meantime:
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Guitar and backing vocals by Christophe Nicot
Violin by Bernard Goyder
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Those interested in the history of Psychedelic Medical history will be pleased to hear this interview with Albert Hoffman, the man who ‘re’discovered LSD.
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