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  1. Jul 24, 2010 #1
    I am a student of all things mechanical and electrical. I love to build things. Anything and everything. More than anything, though, I love electricity. I love everything about it. I would like to continue a lot of Tesla's research in my lifetime, actually. I am currently on my way to a degree in Electrical Engineering. I want a career dealing with high level technology every day, preferably designing or building things (realistic version of Tony Stark....I know, don't laugh). Maybe designing and building cars like the Tesla Roadster (just an idea, I'm up for anything really)? I'm just wondering where I should go to start this. I just need some nudge in the right direction.
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