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Tesla

Tesla 051713
Saturday June 8, 2013 / 8:00pm
Tesla
2 tickets
General Admission
80 St. Mark's Place
New York, NY 10003

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The play was awful, the directing was like one of a primary school play, the videos were terrible and, most importantly, the story of Nikola Tesla, great inventor, recognized by the scientific community (Tesla for example is the unit measure of the magnetic field) was told in a stupid way, you cannot blame and ridicule every one else to make Tesla look like only a poor victim. I think that the director needs to study better the whole story under different points of view and recognize the efforts of all the scientists that contributed to make our world amazing. ( P.S. Marconi was bilingual because is mother was from Ireland and he made the same researches Tesla did in the same years, like many others: Hertz, in 1881, proved the existence of the electromagnetic waves predicted by Maxwell in 1861) . Newton said: "If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants", we do not have to forget that science is always improving because we are not alone, we need each other. The only decent thing was some of the acting, but I'm sorry for the actors because they accepted to be part of this farce.