Newspaper representation of Tesla’s theoretical invention, the thought camera, which would photograph thoughts. Circa 1933.
This is in the “personal life” section of Tesla’s Wikipedia page:
In an interview with Arthur Brisbane, a newspaper editor for The World, Tesla said that he did not believe in telepathy, stating, “Suppose I made up my mind to murder you,” he said, “In a second you would know it. Now, isn’t that wonderful? By what process does the mind get at all this?” In the same interview, Tesla said that he believed that all fundamental laws could be reduced to one.