REVIVE WARDENCLYFFE!!!
Last year the folks at the Tesla Science Center, with the help of The Oatmeal, successfully funded an indiegogo campaign to save the last remaining property on earth that was once a laboratory for Nikola Tesla: Wardenclyffe (the site where he was developing the broadcast energy tower). They have now secured the property to preserve for future generations as a monument to the amazing accomplishments of Nikola Tesla. But there is a LOT of work to be done.
In honor of Tesla’s 157th birthday (on July 10th) they have launched a new fundraising effort to raise money in order to restore Wardenclyffe to its former glory.
Please click on this link and donate to the TSC… Every little bit helps (as the previous campaign showed) and you are helping preserve Nikola Tesla’s legacy for generations to come!

REVIVE WARDENCLYFFE!!!

Last year the folks at the Tesla Science Center, with the help of The Oatmeal, successfully funded an indiegogo campaign to save the last remaining property on earth that was once a laboratory for Nikola Tesla: Wardenclyffe (the site where he was developing the broadcast energy tower). They have now secured the property to preserve for future generations as a monument to the amazing accomplishments of Nikola Tesla. But there is a LOT of work to be done.

In honor of Tesla’s 157th birthday (on July 10th) they have launched a new fundraising effort to raise money in order to restore Wardenclyffe to its former glory.

Please click on this link and donate to the TSC… Every little bit helps (as the previous campaign showed) and you are helping preserve Nikola Tesla’s legacy for generations to come!

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