The forum “Culture by mail” was held tonight at the Postal-Telegraph-Telephone Museum (PTT Museum) in Belgrade, on the occasion of the 165th anniversary of the birth of the Serbian scientist Nikola Tesla.
The lecture “Nikola Tesla and the Principle of Harmony in Serbian Culture” was given by Dr. Predrag Milosavljevic, assistant professor at the Faculty of Teacher Education in Belgrade, whose most important scientific papers include a paper on the geometric-proportional basis of Tesla’s research results from Colorado Springs.
Milosavljevic said that this lecture deals with the attitude of Serbian scientists towards the principle of harmony and Tesla himself, who, as he stated, pointed out in 1919 that his approach and the apparatus on which he based his technologies were based on the principle of unity and harmony.
“We wanted to show the continuity of Serbian scientists observing the world of creation through the principle of harmony. Through quotations and their explanations, we will show how the scientists who inherited the principle of harmony presented the idea of organizing life,” he stressed.
Marko Jelic from PTT Serbia said that this is the first event in the museum since the beginning of the corona virus pandemic, in which 54 forums dedicated to Nikola Tesla have been organized so far.
“We believe that this forum will announce other forums, given that people are eager for various events, new information and jubilee celebrations,” he said.
The PTT Museum has recently been open to visitors during the weekend, during working hours on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays from 10 am to 6 pm, and on Thursdays and Saturdays from 12 noon to 8 pm.
Video material from the event can be downloaded at this link.