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Written in 1900 by Nikola Tesla, this book gives great ideas on automation, agriculture, energy, and increasing human output to improve the human condition.

Public Domain (P)2017 Ryan Jarvis

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Wish my brain was bigger so I could better understand more of the concepts discussed.

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boring

textbook,dry,couldn't finish,found it as fun as watching paint dry and grass grow. Which is sad because Tesla is a fascinating subject. But this one really could have been presented better

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  • Laura
  • BETHEL PARK, PA, US
  • 10-31-17

Narrative

The narrator was just reading the book. It made it so boring. Hope to return this one

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  • chris
  • 08-09-17

Didn't need the opinion of the reader

I have read everything of Tesla's i can get my hands on and the book here was great, but it has a terrible sjw afterword that tells us we have to give up the fruits of our labour to others who don't contribute (socialism) which spoils the reading to be honest.