My Inventions and Other Works

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(4.7 stars; 37 reviews)

Between February and October 1919, Nikola Tesla submitted many articles to the magazine Electrical Experimenter. The most famous of these works is a six part series titled My Inventions, which is an autobiographical account of Nikola Tesla's life and his most celebrated discoveries. This work has been compiled and republished as a stand-alone book several times under different names, but has been a cause of some controversy due to some versions deviating from the original text without explanation. This LibriVox project returns to the original text and expands upon it through the addition of Nikola Tesla's own supplementary articles as they were published in 1919. (Summary by Kane Mercer) (5 hr 44 min)


what a gem

(5 stars)

aside from knowing he's a genius did not know much about him

great inventor ever lived.

(5 stars)

nicola tesla, great inventor, I like this book.

(5 stars)

top I indicate it for all kind of public

Fantastic insight especially when he speaks of the creative proc

(4.5 stars)

totally fascinating book especially chapter 4 highly recommended

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(5 stars)

the first genius of earth