Nikola Tesla Style – Video

Tesla: The Wizard of ElectricityWho says Nikola Tesla isn’t cool. (Actually, no one says that)

One of the wonders of Facebook and YouTube is the ability to connect with other people that have the same interests as you do. One Facebook group is called Tesla’s Ambassadors, and I am proud to say that I am a member. Its founder is, not surprisingly, Niko Tesla, and the group has over 7000 members worldwide.

In addition to all the other great information about Nikola Tesla, this video has been getting a lot of attention. Called “Nikola Tesla Style,” it is a rap video written and performed by Benjamin Yi. The video was mixed by Niko Tesla for Tesla’s Ambassadors on FB.

To quote Monty Python – And now for something completely different…enjoy!

More information on Tesla’s Ambassadors can be found on the Facebook page (click on the name). The group is “here to honour and respect the achievements of the great genius Nikola Tesla. Over time his legacy to us has remained intact and ever more important. Nikola Tesla was so far ahead of his time, that not even scientists today can understand all of his work.”

Tesla’s story is so fascinating that I wrote a book about him. More on Tesla: The Wizard of Electricity.

Thanks to Niko Tesla, Tesla’s Ambassadors, and all others who are helping to bring the Nikola Tesla name to present and future generations.

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7 thoughts on “Nikola Tesla Style – Video

  1. Very cool! This is better than Gangnam Style! A great way to introduce Tesla to the younger generation. 🙂

  2. This is Awesome 🙂 I’m one of the admin on the Tesla Ambassadors group found on Facebook 🙂 Thanks for sharing the knowledge 🙂

    • You’re welcome, Camie. I had such a great time writing the book on Tesla. I’m a huge fan.

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