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    Are mistakes key to discoveries yes, because always in human history great inventions have always been discovered by accident. For example, one day a man named Percy spencer had helped change our kitchens forever when he brought a piece of chocolate into a factory and dropped it onto the floor, and after it melted he had discovered how to make an invention that would change the world and help make cooking easier therefore he had made a company that would help him make a device that would mimic the

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    Thomas Edison is well known for being one of the greatest inventors in American history, but does he deserve the credibility history gives him? Edison was a great inventor, according to the history books, but most of his patents were improved versions of currently existing ones. While some of his inventions were new ideas, most of them were discovered and created through his Research and Development facility, which was founded to work on current technology and improve it. Although Edison was genius

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    and air conditioning units were now in homes. Also in 1910 many suburban homes were wired with new electrical gadgets. This included vacuum cleaners and washing machines. In 1919 the first pop up toaster was invented. It was thought to be the greatest invention of the modern age at the time

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    I think the Steam Engine, created by James Watt was indeed the greatest invention in the industrial revolution. Throughout the Industrial Revolution, everything was changing and growing. Factories, which are large buildings to keep and run machines in an industry became a thing and coal mining took a lift. As early as 1705, coal miners were using steam powered pumps to remove water from deep mine shafts. But, unfortunately it was making things extremely expensive to run. James Watt thought about

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    Culture is the learned values, beliefs, and rules of conduct that are shared to some extent by the members of a society that govern their behavior with one another. It is the greatest human invention, it is the ultimate definition of what, where, and how we call a place our home. In this essay I will discuss the characteristics, process, and elements within culture, as well as an in-depth look into the different categories and the topic of race within culture. A few basic components of culture

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    Computer is the greatest invention, which be applied in many ways fields such as mechanical, electronics, robotics etc. Computers serve to help people and make their life easier and their activity more productive, but there has appeared a problem of the computer addiction or dependency, especially among the young people. Computers are convenient devices that many of us use daily. They have become an integral part of our lives, allowing us to work from home, stay in contact with friends and family

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    capture images without cutting skin. In daily lives, people are facing many challenges about mental and physical. Many scientists invention many machines to help the people to live well. Medical science is the best accomplishment in the world to assist people and live well. As well, Professor Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen first discovered X-rays in 1895. After his invention day by day radiology has become improved. Then, in every decade it spreads it’s various kinds machines such as ultrasound machines

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    China. China has a great shelf of many different inventions they have done since the ancient times, and on the present days. China is known for their most famous inventions such as fireworks, gun powder, the compass, papermaking, and printing. The Chinese also have some great inventions in the electronics category. There inventions have been increasing really rapidly, that we are falling behind and do not really know any of their recent inventions. Well, first of all China is currently and has always

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    Medieval Armor, Greatest Invention in European History When someone thinks of a knight, what do they picture? They may picture someone in iron clad with a giant sword and shield on his trusty steed. However, it was not always this way. Medieval armor is what knights used in the Middle Ages. The Middle Ages, also known as the Medieval Era, lasted from the 5th to 15th century. During this time, there was an arms race going on which was snowballing and becoming more intricate. The 15th century was

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    Scientist and inventors thought the history were trying to come up with new ideas and machines or to improve the existing ones. America as one of the leaders in this and many other fields gave us some of the most important technological inventions. Comparing these inventions among each other and saying which one is more or less significant is impossible since every single one is benefiting us with something different. 1867 Christopher Scholes invents the first practical and modern typewriter that was

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