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on Jan 3, 2017

Tesla is overrated.

on Jan 13, 2017

Kevin,

Tesla overrated? Nonsense!

When asked how it felt to be the smartest man alive, Albert Einstein replied, "I don't know, you will have to ask Nikola Tesla."

on Jan 20, 2017

Before you make comments like this, you should probably read up on him. There is a reason why Elon Musk named his company Tesla Motors.

on Jan 3, 2017

I disagree with Kevin Wells. Actually, Tesla is underrated. He did things that we still cannot duplicate today. Let's see Kevin do half the things Tesla accomplished and then get back about how Tesla is overrated. Kevin, what have you invented that changed the world?

on Jan 3, 2017

So, he had some hang ups. So what, a lot of the worlds geniuses did. Tesla was the greatest inventor of all times. He gave the world Alternating Current when he joined forces with George Westinghouse beating out Edison.

on Jan 12, 2017

agreed!

on Jan 13, 2017

"Tesla is overrated"?

The man's electrical theory and inventions literally changed the world. When you have accomplished the same, then you can say he is overrated.

on Jan 19, 2017

We are waiting for a new Tesla to change the principles of our lives.

on Jan 20, 2017

Kevin's a troll who accomplished nada but start a great defense of a truly enlightened individual

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