Did the US steal Nikola Tesla’s research?

When impoverished inventor Nikola Tesla died in New York City, the U.S. government confiscated his notes. Why? Were they trying to steal his technology?

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Tesla has contributed more to electrical science than any man up to his time – Lord Kelvin, British scientist and member of the Niagara Falls Power Commission

It shows how corrupt humanity is when a guy like Tesla comes up with literally ground shattering inventions only to be rejected by those who are concerned primarily with their own wealth than the well being of mankind.

No wonder he died with the pigeons in New York as his only friends. He was too good for humans and well ahead of his time.

We  don’t think there’s a debate on whether or not his technology and ideas were stolen. The question is, what is being done with them?

What Tesla wanted to do and worked on deserves more recognition than anything!

Free energy to everyone, modern day hero.. but unlike Hollywood movies good never beats evil.

US has stolen all the scientific knowledge it has or has ever used to make anything (and that is literally anything, from computers, nukes, cars, weapons, entire space program, science in general) , so yes, they’ve stolen from Tesla as well. Tesla’s problem was he was too good of a man, and he went to a country full of parasites who just wait to find someone to suck money out of him, no respect or honor whatsoever.

See also: Unbelievable Facts About Nikola Tesla

One day the government will not be able to hold technology like this down ! There is no telling how long that will be but the day will come! Its like the cure for cancer. There would be a loss of billions of dollars in revenue from cancer treatments if “they had the cure”. There has already been numerous reports of a cure for cancer but all of a sudden they disappear as do their researchers.

Video Credit | HowStuffWorks

See also: Nikola Tesla: Maverick, Visionary & Master of Light

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