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Nikola Tesla was an engineer/scientist known for designing the alternating-current (AC) electric system, which is the dominant electrical system used across the world today.
His world power system (a means of broadcasting electrical energy without wires globally) was never completed. This was one of Nikola Tesla's attempts to provide free energy to the world. Tesla strived to develop accessible inexhaustible, free energy.
Why did Nikola Tesla not have the opportunity to finish his work?
Why was he not funded to complete the free energy system?
Is this because of the financial games in our corporate landscape?
Actress/inventor Hedy Lamarr. was well-known for her film roles. But it is her technical mind that is her greatest legacy, Billionaire/ visionary Howard Hughes, provided her with equipment to run experiments in her trailer during filming. In this scientific environment, Lamar found her true calling. “Inventions are easy for me to do... I don’t have to work on ideas, they come naturally.”
The patent she filed aimed to protect the wartime invention for radio communications to ‘hop’ from one frequency to another, so Allied torpedoes couldn’t be blocked.
Lamarr never saw a cent from the multi-billion-dollar industry her idea paved the way for, though the U.S. military has publicly acknowledged her patent and contribution to technology. Lamarr's work as an inventor was barely publicized nor was, she ever credited for her work with her innovations.
Why was Lamarr's contribution that helped to develop WIFI and GPS not recognized?
Why were her modifications in the aircraft industry not recognized? Which played a major role in the aircraft today.
Poincaré had an especially interesting view of scientific induction. Laws, he said, are not direct generalizations of experience; they aren’t mere summaries of the points on the graph.
In his research on the three-body problem, Poincaré became the first person to discover a chaotic deterministic system.
Poincare’s research proved that the problem of determinism and the problem of predictability are distinct problems.
Scientists and philosophers were interested in the physics of relativity and quantum mechanics, but Poincaré worked with classical mechanics. Also, the behavior of a chaotic deterministic system can be described only using a numerical solution whose complexity is staggering.
Why was Poincare’s research neglected and underestimated?
Why did they take his ideas of electro magnetism seriously? And why was his chaos theory rejected?