For over 20 years I have been part of a great group of board members, staff and volunteers who are working to create the Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe.
The Tesla Science Center is located on a 16-acre site in Shoreham, New York, which contains the last remaining laboratory of Nikola Tesla and the remains of his 187' transmitting tower. Tesla is responsible for giving the world inventions that have improved our everyday life. These include the AC electrical distribution system we use today, Tesla coil, speedometer, neon and fluorescent lighting, remote control, radio, x-rays, Tesla car motor, wireless communications, and the hydroelectric power plant at Niagara Falls to name a few. The site was designated a Town of Brookhaven Historic site in 2014 and on the New York State Register of historic Places in June 2018 and then placed on the National Register of Historic Places in July 2018. Since 2013, I have worked with hundreds of volunteers to improve the site and maintain the buildings until major demolition, preservation and construction projects begin in 2020. The current Thank You Tesla fund raising campaign will allow us to continue and expand our Work into 2020. So please join me in supporting the establishment of the Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe.