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Sunday, May 17 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
The Nature of Nikola Tesla

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PanOrpheus presents a discussion on the always intriguing Nikola Tesla, a genius who spent his life exploring the nature of Nature. From Fire (Electricity, lightning), Air and Earth (Remote Control, the concept of the Wardenclyffe Wireless Power Transmission Tower…his patents that led to Radio…and more) and Water (The harnessing of the Niagara Falls) he contributed over 700 patents, and countless inventions that have helped to shape our modern world. We’ll explore the life and world of this fascinating man!

PanOrpheus is on the Board of Directors of the Tesla Science Foundation. Tesla or the Spirit of Tesla, has been a character in the books he has written, such as Songs and Stories from Tesla’s Tower. He has been a presenter at the Tesla Memorial Conference in NYC, and has promoted Tesla outreach events at libraries in the Greater Philadelphia area.

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Sunday May 17, 2015 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Centennial Room Embassy