What is the fundamental concept of human society? A genius like Tesla had a rational answer.
I learned that you cannot break the laws of nature. This is death. Self-preservation is the only strict law I know. There is no morality in nature, other than the need to preserve itself and its best efficiency. The social contract to not kill others is also under that title. I believe in certain human truths in the Bible, but not in revealed religion or theology. There seems to be an irreconcilable difference between science and such religion. “
– Nikola Tesla
“Tesla predicts new power source this year. ” The New York Herald Tribune, July 9, 1933.