Serbian-American engineer and physicist Nikola Tesla (1856-1943) made dozens of breakthroughs in the production, transmission and application of electric power.
It is very difficult to imagine the modern world without Nikola Tesla’s inventions. He discovered alternating current, many parts and motors. He had huge goals, including getting electricity without wires. Thomas Edison, the creator of the first lamp, was Tesla’s opponent at the time. Edison’s invention was considered the pinnacle of science at the time, but it’s nothing compared to Tesla’s inventions. Recognition and fame will visit Tesla much later. For example, he did incredible things. He was lighting a lamp in his hand. Tesla’s most incredible experiments took place in his huge tower, which was constantly receiving a huge amount of electricity from lightning.