For Knowledge OR Strength OR Information: bad tesla quotes are maddening

For Knowledge OR Strength OR Information: Nothing really close. With that, I’ve concluded my search. Anything further abstracted from the OP pseudo quote is not worth my time to conclude: THE QUOTE ABOVE IS MADE UP. Yes, I could use other sources, but this is likely the best source to bother with before coffee.

Line 6: But he finds ample compensation in the pleasing exercises of his powers and in the knowledge of being one of that exceptionally privileged class without whom the race would have long ago perished in the bitter struggle against pitiless elements.
Line 56: These daily lessons were intended to strengthen memory and reason and especially to develop the critical sense, and were undoubtedly very beneficial.
Line 87: Then I instinctively commenced to make excursions beyond the limits of the small world of which I had knowledge, and I saw new scenes.
Line 88: These were at first very blurred and indistinct, and would flit away when I tried to concentrate my attention upon them, but by and by I succeeded in fixing them; they gained in strength and distinctness and finally assumed the concreteness of real things.
Line 158: I had neither courage or strength to form a firm resolve.
Line 199: The pressure of occupation and the incessant stream of impressions pouring into our consciousness thru all the gateways of knowledge make modern existence hazardous in many ways.
Line 289: I am ambidextrous now but then I was lefthanded and had comparatively little strength in my right arm.
Line 358: My knowledge of the mechanism was nil and I knew next to nothing of air pressure, but instinctively I felt for the suction hose in the water and found that it had collapsed.
Line 420: Tho this knowledge came gradually it gave me a painful shock.
Line 463: The vision was clear enough but the knowledge of principles was very limited.
Line 464: In one of my inventions I proposed to convey letters and packages across the seas, thru a submarine tube, in spherical containers of sufficient strength to resist the hydraulic pressure.
Line 479: I had acquired the knowledge of a number of languages and waded thru the books of several libraries, picking up information more or less useful.
Line 510: It is a perpetual motion scheme, an impossible idea.” But instinct is something which transcends knowledge.
Line 547: Can anyone believe that so hopeless a physical wreck could ever be transformed into a man of astonishing strength and tenacity, able to work thirty-eight years almost without a day’s interruption, and find himself still strong and fresh in body and mind? Such is my case.
Line 587: The knowledge and practical experience I gained in the course of this work was most valuable and the employment gave me ample opportunities for the exercise of my inventive faculties.
Line 612: On account of my knowledge of the German language and past experience, I was entrusted with the difficult task of straightening out matters and early in 1883 I went to Strassburg on that mission.
Line 708: In 1856 Lord Kelvin had exposed the theory of the condenser discharge, but no practical application of that important knowledge was made.
Line 983: It is thus able to exert, independently, its colossal strength and moral force to the benefit of all, more judiciously and effectively, than as member of a league.
Line 1024: I was unable to understand the tremendous weight of the painful knowledge I received in advance, and wrote a letter to Sir William Crookes while still under the domination of these impressions and in poor bodily health.
Line 1072: But there are, to my best knowledge, no instrumentalities in existence today with which such an object could be accomplished in a precise manner.

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