Matthew Rankin’s surreal, synesthesic short film The Tesla World Light is finally free for all to see. Let us hope Nikola Tesla’s utopian hope for free energy isn’t far behind.
When I first learned that Matthew Rankin was crafting a surreal short about Nikola Tesla, I knew I soon would be picking his fertile brain about free energy, bird love, and why dystopians are marching to the sixth mass extinction.
The National Film Board of Canada is responsible for some of the finest animation the world has ever seen. It has also created world-changing documentaries exploring and analyzing how and why our world changes as it does, for better and worse.
a contract to replace a so-called natural gas nightmare we can see from a space
It was just a matter of time before Tesla Motors and SolarCity synergized.
Because they’re too comfortable setting their sights too low.
“We’re basically sold out.”
Happy Earth Day!
The sun keeps shining on the U.S solar panel installation leader.
From China’s EV vending machines to California’s autonomous EVs from Google.
Musk’s future industries understand convergence as a first principle.
Did I mention that Silevo is locally sourced down the street from SunPower in California?
Solar stocks are astronomically higher than they were years ago. And so is your investment portfolio, if you have been brave enough to throw some skin into the game.
In the last year, SolarCity’s common stock has gone supernova, from the $10s to the $70s at the speed of light.
AC/DC evidently can just get along, long after Thomas Edison and Nikolai Tesla’s bitter war.
Tesla Motors, SolarCity and more are already helping save us all from a cli-fi apocalypse.
“Tesla’s true story is more surreal than any fictional account I’ve seen of him.”
The smart, sharp Beaton casts a much wider cultural dragnet in her otherwise unassuming art, one which snatches up literary, historical and scientific icons without mercy.