Nikola Tesla was one of the greatest inventors of all time. He was born on 10 July 1856 in Austrian empire and was died at the age of 86. Inventor Nikola Tesla invented the radio, experimented with wireless electricity and designed a death ray. But you didn't know there are many other Tesla Inventions that didn't see the light of the day! There are 5 Nikola Tesla's lost Inventions.

Tesla's Oscillator 

In 1898, Tesla claimed that he had build and deployed a small Oscillating device, when attached to a building. The device could simulate earthquakes. After realising its destructive potential, Tesla took a hammer to disable the device. Some theorists believe that the government continues to use Tesla's research in places like ALASKA.

Death Ray

Nikola Tesla claimed to have invented a death beam which he called 'Teleforce' in 1930s. The device was capable of generating an intense target beam of energy that could easily destroyed anything approaching within 200 miles. Many people have attempted to steal his invention idea.

Free Electricity System

Tesla designed and built a Warden Clyffe Tower also known as Tesla Tower, A huge wireless transmission station, in New York​ in 1901-1902. The project was funded by JP Morgan who were planning to use it to provide communication across the world. However, Tesla had intended to use the tower to transmit message, telephony and copy images across the Atlantic to England. If his theory worked, anyone would have access to free electricity by striking a rod in the ground. JP Morgan refuse to fund the tower after realising they could not profit from free global electricity. The project was abandoned in 1906.

Flying Saucer

In 1911, Nikola Tesla told that he was working on an anti-gravity 'flying machine'. Tesla's flying saucer was powered by free energy system at a time when the motor car industry depended on oil and petroleum, his invention meet the same fate as his free energy system.

Improved Airships

​Tesla proposed that electrically powered Airships would transport passenger from New York to London in three hours, traveling eight miles above the Ground. These airships could possibly have drawn their power from the atmosphere, never needing to refuel. He stated that unmanned ship would also be possible. Today unmanned drones carry out combat missions, supersonic airplanes that fly at amazing speed. It was suspected that his airship idea was stolen by FBI including his research and invention which were in possession when he died.

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