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Beatrice Cooper and Nikola Tesla collaborated on The Tesla Station for many years before its grand unveiling in 1916. The facility represented a revolutionary leap in energy production, harnessing the Earth’s magnetic energy to generate electrical currents. Famed for its viewing gallery encircling the main floor, Cooper sought to create a structure as breathtaking as nature itself.

After her brother’s death in World War I, Cooper left Katadesis, insisting her name be removed from the building. She declared she “had witnessed man’s intentions and could not be part of it.” Little is known about her life following this departure. In tribute to her contributions, Tesla inscribed a dedication honouring her as one of the 20th century’s greatest minds. Subsequently, he resumed work at his laboratory in Wardenclyffe Tower, Long Island.

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