Who Invented Electricity?

Who Invented Electricit...

A study of the history of electricity makes it clear that no single scientist or inventor is responsible for its invention. No single person learned how to use it. Rather it was the culmination of the works of various researchers spanning several years. Earliest Mention of Electrical Use...
Who Invented the Cassette Player?

Who Invented the Casset...

Who invented the cassette player? Can you guess? You probably know that before the emergence of VCDs and CDs, people listened to cassettes with their favorite songs recorded in them. But, sadly, during that time not much was actually said about the real person who invented the cassette...
Who Invented the Color Television?

Who Invented the Color ...

Early Traces of Color Television Well, early traces points to a German patent that was garnered in 1904. This was said to contain the first recorded proposal written for a color television. In 1928, Charles Jenkins receives the license for the first television station issued by the...
Who Invented the Fire Alarm?

Who Invented the Fire A...

The use of a fire alarm is far and wide. It is known to be a good device for detecting fire and some of the atmospheric changes in the air such as the sudden presence of smoke. Most businesses and also households use this to their advantage. With all these things, you probably think that...
Who Invented Plastic?

Who Invented Plastic?

Introduction Plastic is a general word describing synthetic or partly synthetic materials or objects. Plastic comes from a Greek word meaning “can be molded.” It refers to the ability to be molded during manufacture into a different shape. Hence the word “plasticity.” Invention of...
Who Invented the Machine Gun?

Who Invented the Machin...

The development and history of the machine is complex, but the fact is that Hiram Maxim was the first one to invent and use a machine gun that was self powered. The American inventor showed off his work to the British Army in 1885. He had invented it a year earlier in 1884. The Early...
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