Nikola Tesla was a genius and a man ahead of his time. He not only managed to change the world with revolutionary inventions like the radio (although it emerged simultaneously in several different countries) or alternating current, but their imagination allowed him ahead of his time predicting the creation of TV or wireless phones.
But he did not stay there, because as has discovered the technologist Matthew Schroyer delving into its patents, inventor, engineer and physicist Serbian also described the current combat drones. He spoke of them as machines or boats that could be remotely controlled, and sow peace in the world thanks to its destructive power. Continue Reading