The suitably incredible business letterhead of Nikola Tesla, circa 1900. Inventions featured, clockwise from top-left: Oscillation Transformer, Telautomaton (wireless, remote-controlled devices; pictured is a remotely-operated boat, showcased in 1898), Steam & Gas Turbine, Induction Motor. Centre: Wardenclyffe Tower (never completed).
Nikola Tesla bizarre experiments are still insightful today. Tesla saw that time was different outside our world. The physicist witnessed time as it really was in a universal sense. He saw time equally accessible
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Goliath: Nikola Tesla. Illustrated by Keith Thompson
Office of The Mayor, Twin Peaks | Submitted by C. Burns The letterhead of Dwayne Milford, Mayor of Twin Peaks. Letters written on this stationery were once sent to members of the Official Twin Peaks...
Letterhead used by the Star Trek creator in 1977, two years prior to the release of Star Trek: The Motion Picture. Production began in ‘75. Previously featured: Roddenberry’s 1967 letterhead. Gene Roddenberry, 1977 | Source