Matthew Inman, author of the popular Oatmeal online comic, has launched an IndieGogo campaign to turn the former Nikola Tesla property in Shoreham, Long Island, New York, — ‘Wardenclyffe‘ — into a Tesla museum. The property was previously owned by Agfa. Currently, there are two bidders for the property: the Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe, which seeks to create the aforementioned museum, and a private developer who wants to put retail and housing units on the property.
Retail units? Are you kidding me?
I blogged about this situation back in 2010, and I made my own opinion clear: I want to see a hackerspace/makerspace at Wardenclyffe. 2 years later, I still feel the same way. However, I consider the integration of makerspaces and science museums to be a forgone conclusion at this point, so I’ll just say I’d love to see a science museum (with makerspace) at Wardenclyffe.
Take a moment to check out Inman’s Indiegogo page, and please consider sponsoring.
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