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He was a true visionary far ahead of his contemporaries in the field of scientific development. New York State and many other states in the USA proclaimed July 10, Tesla’s birthday- Nikola Tesla Day. Many United States Congressmen gave speeches in the House of Representatives on July 10, 1990 celebrating the 134th anniversary of scientist-inventor Nikola Tesla. Senator Levine from Michigan spoke in the US Senate on the same occasion. Tesla Wardenclyffe Project. Kickstart a Nikola Tesla docudrama. Nicola Tesla has some pretty cool connections with comics, from a starring role in Matt Fraction's Five Fists of Science to creating Atomic Robo. He also had a pretty great appearance in Dark Horse's Tarzan: Le Monstre.
The world's greatest, real-life, mad scientist was an awesome, inspiring person and probably my favorite bits of The Prestige were the parts with him as played by David Bowie. Though geeks everywhere know and appreciate Tesla and his many accomplishments, documentary TV producer Wil Cashen points out that the inventor has still never gotten his just, historical acclaim. To help correct that, Cashen has launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund the third phase of a docu-drama, Electricity: The Story and Life of Nikola Tesla. A $30 pledge gets you a digital download of the movie when it's done, but there are a lot of other rewards at other levels, so check out the site and see what appeals to you. Letterheady. Blue Heron Academy massage, medical assistant and fitness school provides healthcare career training in grand rapids michigan. Mind Mapping.
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After clearing out my inbox and racking my brain about a wrap-up post for the event, it finally occurred to me why it was that I’ve had such a hard time in finding a topic — I’m just not impressed. In fact, I’m mildly depressed by what I saw, and further to that point, I’m bothered by what it means. Let me explain — CES is supposed to be where the biggest and brightest ideas of the upcoming year in consumer electronics are shown.
Instead, there are maybe 10 or 15 things that are truly unique (and maybe 6 that you’ll care about) but there are thousands that are copycat, lowest-common-denomonator examples. So I walked out of the expo after 5 days of nearly-fruitless searching and I’m reminded as to the problems that face innovation today, as well as what we can do to change them. The issue at hand is that the problems start from a very young age. No, I’m not kidding. Why teach like this?