In Search of Nikola TeslaBook - 1998
Nikola Tesla was a 19th-century American inventor, a contemporary and rival of Thomas Edison. He sold the rights of his invention of the modern induction motor to Westinghouse for one million dollars, cash. Yet he died a recluse, claiming a revolutionary discovery: an inexhaustible source of energy, whose power could be transmitted around the world without loss.
Publisher: Bath : Ashgrove Press, 1998, c1983
Characteristics: 143 p. ; 22 cm