01 Nov Prodigal Genius
Before the turn of the 20th century, electricity remained a mere scientific curiosity. Nikola Tesla, arguably more than anyone else, changed that. But Tesla’s pioneering research in electricity represents only a portion of the scientific and technical innovations that elevated him to science godhood.
Nikola Tesla, Prodigal Genius covers, among other topics, the story of Tesla’s inspiration for his career in engineering; shows his theories of electricity that went against the scientific establishment; explores his friendships; investigates the story of the lost Nobel Prize; and, explains Tesla’s investigation of the paranormal.
Written by the Pulitzer Prize-winning author John J. O’Neill, Nikola Tesla, Prodigal Genius details the life of one the greatest geniuses of our time.
5.5 x 8.5 in
Paperback: 9781503333017, 9789888412273
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