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Excerpt from Wizard: Nikola Tesla - The Life and Times of a Genius: Mach's experiments in Wave MechanicsSubmitted by esaruoho on March 24, 2011 - 23:16
...in retrospect, it appears obvious that Stumpf's opposition did not stop Tesla from studying Mach's experiments in wave mechanics. Born in Moravia (now the Czech Republic) in 1838, Mach graduated from the University of Vienna in 1860. By 1864 he was a full professor at Graz, and by 1867 he was head of the department of experimental physics at Prague, with four books and sixty-two articles to his credit.
Submitted by esaruoho on February 14, 2009 - 20:26
It was a startling idea—that magnetism, like electricity, flows in currents and can decompose water (TIME, Jan. 24). U.S. physicists kept politely mum. Their skeptical silence annoyed Dr. Felix Ehrenhaft of Manhattan. Recently, before the American Physical Society at Pittsburgh, he enunciated his theory again.
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