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Nikola Tesla’s Amazing Predictions for the 21st Century

In the 1930s journalists from publications like the New York Times and Timemagazine would regularly visit Nikola Tesla at his home on the 20th floor of the Hotel Governor Clinton in Manhattan. There the elderly Tesla would regale them with stories of his early days as an inventor and often opined about what was in store for the future.

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17 of the Most Beautifully Bizarre Cars Ever Designed

THE HISTORY OF automotive design is littered with bold attempts to create vehicles so different in how they look and how they work that they render obsolete everything that’s come before. The most daring of these are usually concept cars, which aren’t limited by practicality or government regulations and can therefore allow automakers to really push the limits.

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