'Nikola Tesla stands as a synthetic genius, a self-made superman, the greatest invention of the greatest inventor of all times. But when we consider Tesla as a human being, apart from his charming and captivating social manners, it is hard to imagine a worse nightmare than a world inhabited entirely by geniuses'.
- From the book; PRODIGAL GENIUS; THE LIFE OF NIKOLA TESLA - INVENTOR EXTRAORDINARY, from author John J. O'Neill
The great NIKOLA TESLA. (there are only 4 links above)
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- (Steve Schneider is a film/theatre critic for the ORLANDO WEEKLY - www.orlandoweekly.com. He now does critiquing work in New York as well as Florida. He has been voted 'Best' Critic and journalist in Orlando, Florida. Here is his critique of my work..........)
"Having witnessed his work firsthand, I suspect James D. Watkins may be a genius of some shape or magnitude. Just try to forget that that endorsement comes from a guy who voted for Mondale and DuKakis, gave 'Death to Smoochy' four stars and genuinely preferred New Coke. An old-school impresario in the mold of Ziegfeld or Welles-albeit one spared the crippling handicaps of funding or common sense......" "When I am gone, they will love me"- quote from Orson Welles right before he died and who also directed what many consider the greatest film ever'CITIZEN KANE'.