Electricity - the glue of the Fourth Industrial Revolution - the Awesome World of Things
Electricity is typically used to refer to electric power, although electricity occurs naturally. Electric power sparked the Second Industrial revolution mainly due to the work of Nikola Tesla, a naturalized American from Serbia. His ground breaking work in making alternating current motors allowed the use of long distance electric power distribution. Tesla died in obscurity with limited finical resources in a hotel in New York.
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