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nikola tesla family photos | ... from left) Nikola Tesla's sisters: Milka, Angelina and Marica Tesla

nikola tesla family photos | ... from left) Nikola Tesla's sisters: Milka, Angelina and Marica Tesla

Tesla Invented Radio, Not Marconi! | Tesla Universe

Tesla Invented Radio, Not Marconi! | Tesla Universe

Interview with NIKOLA TESLA from "Immortality" magazine. This was carried out in his laboratory at Colorado Springs in 1899.

Interview with NIKOLA TESLA from "Immortality" magazine. This was carried out in his laboratory at Colorado Springs in 1899.

Milutin Tesla, son of Nikola and Ana Tesla, and father of the great inventor Nikola Tesla, who was named after his grandfather. Milutin was born in Lika modern day Croatia, he was a Serbian Orthodox priest for 25 years, he spoke over 8 international languages and he fathered 5 children.

Milutin Tesla, son of Nikola and Ana Tesla, and father of the great inventor Nikola Tesla, who was named after his grandfather. Milutin was born in Lika modern day Croatia, he was a Serbian Orthodox priest for 25 years, he spoke over 8 international languages and he fathered 5 children.

Interview with NIKOLA TESLA from "Immortality" magazine. This was carried out in his laboratory at Colorado Springs in 1899.

Interview with NIKOLA TESLA from "Immortality" magazine. This was carried out in his laboratory at Colorado Springs in 1899.

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Nikola Tesla.  Fascinating fact:  Tesla never slept for more than two hours a day.  Tesla got more out of the day with his limited sleep schedule. Like Da Vinci, Telsa also followed the Uberman sleep cycle and claimed to never sleep for more than two hours a day and reportedly once worked for 84 hours in a lab without any rest or sleep.

Nikola Tesla. Fascinating fact: Tesla never slept for more than two hours a day. Tesla got more out of the day with his limited sleep schedule. Like Da Vinci, Telsa also followed the Uberman sleep cycle and claimed to never sleep for more than two hours a day and reportedly once worked for 84 hours in a lab without any rest or sleep.

Carl Gustav Carus (1789-1869), Faust im Gebirge - 1821

Carl Gustav Carus (1789-1869), Faust im Gebirge - 1821

Carl Gustav Carus (Leipzig 1789 – 1869 Dresden, Germany)  View, 1818

Carl Gustav Carus (Leipzig 1789 – 1869 Dresden, Germany) View, 1818

Haus Carus in Pillnitz, 1852, Carl Gustav Carus

Haus Carus in Pillnitz, 1852, Carl Gustav Carus