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    By 1870 he was known as a first class inventor and companies would request jobs. His biggest client was Western Bell. His most famous invention was the light bulb. It allowed users to have access to an on demand light source anywhere electricity was present. After his break through invention he essentially through all his eggs in one basket and opened Edison Lighting Companies, which later became known as General Electric. Even though his main focus was his electric

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    In today's high-pace society, technology is a way of life, which is why we humans tend to want the next best product out there. However, when it comes to mp3 players there is a vast selection, but the one that really stands out is the Ipod by Apple. This is because it is light weight and it can hold a large amount of songs depending on how big the storage is, and on Apple's latest model there is video capability. So not only does it have music but you could watch videos too. What would be even

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    school, government officers help govern the whole country, and lawyers work in the court for the justice. How about inventors? What do the inventors do? Inventors usually do the invention for human being’s better lives even though they have to face with failures and challenge during the way to success. In their process of invention, a process about engineering and product development, they use their creative minds trying to solve the problem people meet with everyday; although they may be fail to solve

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    Sir Rich Arkwright and the Water Frame Invention Sir Rich Arkwright was born on December 23, 1732 at Preston in the county of Lancaster. His first profession was a barber in Bolron-le-moors in 1760. Soon afterward he traveled throught the country buying human hair. At that time he had a valuable chemical secret for dying the hair to make wigs out of. Arkwright's hair was commented to be the finest hair in the country. In 1761, Richard Arkwright married Margaret Biggins, and this marriage

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    Many inventors have left their mark on society. One inventor, in particular, is commonly found at the top of the list of the greatest inventors in world history. He has influenced and impacted many facets of our lives. His inventions laid the foundation of many industries and products which still exist today. Thomas Alva Edison, born in Ohio in 1847, obtained his first patent at the age of 21. The last patent in his name was granted two years after his death, in 1933. In between, he registered 1

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    not last very long and they were very expensive. Finally in 1879, Thomas Edison made a bamboo filament (the part of the bulb that actually makes the light) that was able to last 1,200 hours. Lighting has changed over the years but some of the new inventions still were made in the 1800’s. Glassblower Heinrich Geissler and physician Julius Plücker discovered that they could make light by removing almost all of the air from a long glass tube and by passing an electrical current through it. They called

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    freely--and how the space inside organisms and matter is charted, perceived, and manipulated. Williams's preoccupation with actual space in the material world is paralleled by his formal experimentations with the placement of words on the page. "Without invention nothing is well spaced" (P 50), Williams writes at the beginning of "Sunday in the Park," raising the question, what does "well spaced" mean for Williams? How can the world and how can poetry be well spaced? The aim of this paper is to look at the

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    First I want to say that I was a little hesitant in choosing this book. The saying that “you can’t judge a book by its cover” certainly holds true for this book. When seeing the size of the book, I thought that there was no way I would be able to read this book in ten days. The cover shows what I thought was a hot air balloon. The first connection I made with the book were from the images on the cover. I visualized images of Wizard of Oz before I even opened to the first page. As I read the book

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    advance that would be called “free lunch.”2 Francis Bacon actually thought that there were two separate types of invention, one that could have been made any time in history and one that had to happened at

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    Ancient Chinese Contributions

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    In our everyday life we see the goods from China. In fact, Chinese people gave been making useful products from the feudal periods. Their inventions were really innovative and useful, despite that, people use these products even nowadays. What is probably the most interesting: a lot of products were unknown in Western world (Europe) for a long time. During the feudal period Chinese developed their own technique for planting crops. They decided to plant their crops in rows, what allowed them to grow

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