Now for those of you not familiar with Nickola Tesla, of which I am one, he brings to us a number of important developments in the 21st century. And a classic example of a well meaning inventor/artist/creator who died a poor and lonely man.
Just to fill you in, here are some of the things we can accredit to Nickola Tesla:
- The AC motor
- Modern electric supply grid
A brilliant man, Tesla worked through a method of visualisation.
As opposed to ‘trial and error’, Tesla conceived all his inventions mentally, and consigned the designs to paper, the drawing board then to be built.
Together with Westinghouse, they built the worlds first Hydro-plant in Niagara Falls CA.
The museum is small. There is a demonstration and video which through about half an hour with some hands on jiggery pokery, high voltages and van dem clarke balls, illustrates some of Tesla’s inventions.
Tesla invented a radio controlled boat. When demonstrated, onlookers were so astounded, they were convinced he was controlling it with the power of his mind.
Low frequency weapons
He also discovered low frequency weapons, often only heard about amongst kooks and conspiracy theorists.
These are used by governments to invisibly attack dissidents and foreigners alike using a certain frequency band to produce ill effects in targets.
He also developed something called the death ray.
That’s right, not an invention of B-movies, it really exists and Tesla invented it.
He intended to solve word conflict.
Nobody was interested.
Perhaps the most famous is Tesla’s invention of Radio transmission.
Patented, yet later taken and adapted by Marconi for which he received the Nobel prize.
Tesla was a great man who illustrates to us the importance of lawyers.
And, if you think people are out to get you, they generally are.
Much of Serbia’s population, up to 85%, follows the Orthodox religion, which is why Slobo was successful in stirring up hate against the other minorities.
A new experience
I have never attended an Orthodox service before, but it was something to behold.
The priests actually sing the service. Not a word is spoken.
It made me want to go again.
Dedicated to Nikole Pisca, this small park garden and water feature plays host to local bands, PA’s and whatnots.
A mobile phone company were using it when I went past.
This is a view from the square of Nikole Pisca facing toward the houses of parliament.
Located next to the houses of parliament, when I visit, St. Marks has a wedding party in attendance.
I am surprised by the number of reasonable looking Serbian women.
Comfort in Cash
Obviously they don’t have the same problems with comfort eating as we do in the UK.
east vs west
The church of St. Marks with it’s domed spires is a mish mash of east and western influence. I was lucky, the wedding had moved all the pews giving an impression of floor space.
I could move around to get the right pictures.