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Video: How Nikola Tesla Got JP Morgan's Money To Buy His Long Island Laboratory

Nikola Tesla was a visionary who, in addition to inventing alternating current—the basis for modern day electricity—also imagined robots, radio, radar, remote control, transmitting messages and images wirelessly and much more. But he died alone at the New Yorker Hotel, in debt after missed opportunities, trying to fund his expensive Long Island laboratory and increasingly outlandish ideas.
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