Tesla, Man Out of Time - Study Guide Chapter 11, To Mars; Chapter 12, Robots Summary & Analysis

Margaret Cheney
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This section covers Chapters 11 and 12. Chapter 11 focuses upon Tesla's next sequence of adventures. It begins when Westinghouse and Adams fund the continuance of Tesla's experiments.

Soon after the repairs from the fire have been completed, Tesla focuses on Mars. This neighbor planet is the next away from the sun when compared to our earth. Instead of the bounty of life, it is cold and probably lifeless due to the distance from the sun. Tesla believed it to be possible to establish communication with the planet Mars. He also believed that Mars might be inhabited by other life forms. He felt this was "statistically probable."

The author endeavors to clearly describe another facet of Tesla's inventive work. This has to do with the transmission of power. Tesla has made a few radical observations. In one case, Tesla claimed...

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