Surprising Connection Between Donald Trump And Nikola Tesla
An unlikely bond that no one could have predicted.
One, a businessman accused of racism and sexism who is now America’s new president elect. And the other, a Serbian inventor, most famous for his futurists contributions to the electricity system.
But new reports have shown that the two have a lot more in common than we ever would have thought.
Allow me to take you back to 1943 and set the scene.
A few weeks after Tesla died, his documents and belongings were examined by FBI agents and Donald Trump’s own uncle, John G. Trump.
John Trump lived his life as an accomplished M.I.T. Professor of Engineering, helping to design X-ray machines for cancer patients, as well as conducting radar research work for the army.
Trump proceeded to dismiss all of the findings from Tesla’s examined papers, claiming that they “did not include new, sound, workable principles or methods for realising such results.” This conclusion by the President’s uncle did not sit well with many people during the next 73 years. But the government have never concluded that any of Tesla’s discoveries that he was working on just before he died were in those last examined papers.
The papers were partially been released but remain incredibly difficult to track down.
Some speculations were made that details of the “death ray’ invention could have been in those papers that Trump dismissed as “nothing new”. The death ray was a theoretical electromagnetic weapon, which the military announced that they needed, if such a thing existed.
Trump recalled to the Times of when his uncle “would tell me many years ago about the power of weapons someday, that the destructive force of these weapons would be so massive, that it’s going to be a scary world.” Which some saw as expected talk from someone entrusted by the government to look into game-changing weaponry.
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