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Margaret Cheney
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"...one of your splendid mathematicians." p. 80

"'useful fact'" p. 80

"Envious journalists and critical scientists were not to be the only sources of Tesla's travail. Occultists seemed attracted to him." p.112

"Sensitivity was not one of the hallmarks of the Gilded Age." p. 114

"He only succeeded in being cruel." p. 144

"By actual testing, said the report, he 'has really accomplished wireless communication over reasonably large distances...'" p. 144 [see footnote #7]

"Conceiving of robots as having many uses besides war, he believed their greatest role would lie in service to humanity." p.168

"Yet Tesla has only recently been so much as recognized for having pioneered the field." p. 169

"Why fasten the disturbances of Mr. Tesla's instrument on Mars? Are there no comets that will serve the purpose?" p. 191

"Thrilled and awestruck, he could only sit and listen." p. 190

"The most probable explanation of what he had heard was radio waves from...

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