In this video clip you can see Jekar bijli free hundi ta fer ki huna si aa dekho.Nikola Tesla in his laboratory at 46 & 48 East Houston Street, New York City, a few blocks south of Washington Square. He is shown holding a gas-filled, phosphor-coated, wireless light bulb that he developed to replace the inefficient Edison incandescent lamp. The lamp is 250 candlepower, providing the total illumination for a two-second exposure. It is a type of lamp which we refer to today as a fluorescent lamp. Circa mid-1896.
This light is the result of continuous efforts since my early experimental demonstrations before scientific societies here and abroad. In order to make it suitable for commercial use, I had to overcome great difficulties.The light offers, besides, many specific advantages, not the least of which is found in its hygienic properties. It is, I believe, the closest approach to daylight which has yet been reached from any artificial source.Dekho eh video te share kro.