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Celebration of the 150th anniversary of the birth of Nikola Tesla in the year 2006 is worldwide
Nikola Tesla's name and his legacy is a symbol of peace, scientific progress and brotherhood between all nations and religions around the world.
Nikola Tesla's legacy is a factor of peace between various people of the Balkans and people of the previous Austro-Hungarian Empire, where Tesla was born, studied and worked.
Proposal to name the International Belgrade Airport- "Nikola Tesla Airport"
"Nikola Tesla Year 2006" proclaimed by UNESCO and Serbian and Croatian Government
Proposal for "Nikola Tesla Day", July 10th, through the United Nations made by Tesla Memorial Society of New York and Tesla Forum from Australia.
The Archive of the Nikola Tesla Museum in Belgrade, named by UNESCO, "Memory of the World".
Nikola Tesla's Letter to the American Red Cross announcing he had received an extraterrestrial communication (by Prof. James Corum)
1. Harvard (Physics Dept.)
2. Yale (EE Dept.)
3. Princeton (EE Dept.)
4. MIT (EE Dept.)
5. Cal Tech (Physics Dept.)
6. U. Michigan (EE Dept.)
7. U. Wisconsin (Physics Dept.)
8. U. Maryland (Physics Dept.)
9. U. Illinois (EE. Dept.)
10. Purdue U. (EE. Dept.)
11. U. Pennsylvania (Physics Dept.)
12. Georgia Tech (EE Dept.)
13. Cornell U. (Physics Dept.)
14. Michigan State U. (Physics Dept.)
15. Johns Hopkins U. (Physics Dept.)
16. Penn State U. (Physics Dept.)
17. Duke U. (EE Dept.)
18. Carnegie Mellon U. (EE Robotics Dept.)
Above: Tesla's actual hand written letter to the American Red
Cross, courtesy of
To the American Red Cross, New York City.
The retrospect is glorious, the prospect inspiring: Much might be said of both. But one idea dominates my mind. This - my best, my dearest - is for your noble cause.