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Does TESLA owned by Elon Musk have any relation to Nikola Tesla or the oscillator machine?

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the company’s name is a tribute to inventor and electrical engineer Nikola Tesla. Eberhard said he wanted to build "a car manufacturer that is also a technology company", with its core technologies as "the battery, the computer software and the proprietary motor".

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tesla,_Inc.

When I first think of Tesla, I thinkof those electric tesla cannon machines you see in games/films or the non-dangerous ones that teachers show in science to make hair stand up.

 

Does the company tesla have any relation?

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I don't think so, but who knows.

Maybe Teslas are powered by tesla cannons.

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the company’s name is a tribute to inventor and electrical engineer Nikola Tesla. Eberhard said he wanted to build "a car manufacturer that is also a technology company", with its core technologies as "the battery, the computer software and the proprietary motor".

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tesla,_Inc.

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17 minutes ago, Actual_Criminal said:

When I first think of Tesla, I thinkof those electric tesla cannon machines you see in games/films

Allegedly Tesla invented such a thing but no plans for it were ever found. It was called Teleforce.

 

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non-dangerous ones that teachers show in science to make hair stand up.

This has nothing to do with Tesla, and what you described is also not a weapon. These are called Van de Graaff generators, invented by, you guessed it, Robert Van de Graaff. Tesla claimed his Teleforce invention was based on the generator.
 

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Does the company tesla have any relation?

Tesla's cars (the company) use an induction motor, which Nikola Tesla invented in 1887.

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11 hours ago, Actual_Criminal said:

 

 

Does the company tesla have any relation?

Yes: it was named after him. 

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