Listen to professor of psychology, Marc Jeffrey Seifer who will discuss his book, "Wizard, the Life and Times of Nikola Tesla" which details the life and inventions of scientific genius Nikola Tesla. Marc Seifer is also a past editor of MetaScience: A New Age Journal on Consciousness, he has been featured in The New York Times, Scientific American, Publishers Weekly, MIT's Technology Review, Who’s Who in the World, The Economist and The Washington Post and has appeared on The History Channel and PBS. With over 70 publications, Seifer is internationally recognized as an expert on the inventor Nikola Tesla. His acclaimed biography "Wizard, the Life and Times of Nikola Tesla" now in it's 15th printing, has been described as the definitive look into the life and inventions of Nikola Tesla. Professor Seifer began to compile a chronology of the life of Nikola Tesla. His goal was threefold: to verify which inventions should actually be credited to Tesla; to find out why Tesla’s name disappeared from the history books; and to find out precisely why Tesla’s great wireless enterprise, Wardenclyffe, funded by J. P. Morgan from 1901–1906, failed. His research enabled him to establish that Tesla was indeed the primary inventor behind the clean energy and renewable hydroelectric power system, remote control, robotics and wireless communication. Tesla is also the inventor of fluorescent lighting, particle beam weapons and what became the Osprey helicopter/airplane.