Today, he shows why Nikola Tesla's most ambitious idea could soon become a reality.
He stood a striking 6 feet 2 inches tall, quite unusual for his time.
Known for possessing a photographic memory and being capable of memorizing entire books, Nikola Tesla is remembered for transformational inventions such as the induction motor, electrical power distribution, fluorescent lights, wireless communications, and remote control of mechanical devices.
But of all of Tesla's inventions, there was one that never saw the light of day. It was a revolutionary idea that had the potential to reshape our world in profound ways.
It was also an idea that was more than a century ahead of its time. But now, Tesla's unfinished masterpiece is on the verge of becoming a reality.
Let me explain…
Tesla Meets J.P. Morgan
In March 1901, Tesla received a $150,000 investment (approximately $4.1 million in today's dollars) from one J. Pierpont Morgan (yes, that J.P. Morgan) in exchange for 51% of any wireless patents that might be produced from experiments at a place called Wardenclyffe.