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Zen Pencils by Gavin Aung Than for December 03, 2018

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    Brass Orchid Premium Member 12 months ago

    And he brings toys to all the children of the world, all at once and wherever they may be.

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    Willywise52 Premium Member 12 months ago

    Fascinating.

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    Vet Premium Member 12 months ago

    His greatest gift. Alternating Current. Power to the masses.

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    PoodleGroomer  12 months ago

    His greatest gift: 3 phases.

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    Scoutmaster77  12 months ago

    He was a genius, but, unfortunately, he died penniless for failing to protect his ideas. His arrogant personality didn’t help.

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    gigagrouch  11 months ago

    Behold!

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    bscruffy  11 months ago

    I’m inspired by lives of heroism and genius, but its hard to think of following in Telsa’s footsteps.Telsa did die penniless, but I don’t think he died unhappy or with any regrets.

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    ralphhenry  11 months ago

    Tesla was right about AC over DC in power transmission. I think Edison must have not been as smart since he didn’t figure this out. I think in general Edison learned a lot from experimentation and Tesla figured it out with physics; maybe this is why Edison was so stuck on DC.

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    DaveQuinn  11 months ago

    Edison got most of the credit for Tesla’s work. Edison stole a lot of them, and patented them before Tesla could. Edison got credit for work he never did.. Edison was a genius tho, but not as much as he was given credit for.

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