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  • Ultimate Engine Of Economic Growth
    516 words
    The ultimate engine of economic growth is new technology. According to economists, the growth of output per capita is a fairly recent phenomenon. This can be attributed to all the new technology people have discovered in the past few centuries, causing output growth to surge and accelerate faster than ever before in history. The result of all these ingenious, innovative inventions has been a total revolution in the way people live their lives. After examining the multitude of invention descripti...
  • Telephone
    726 words
    The unleashed power of the atom has changed everything except the way we think Technology has developed and changed so much over the past century. Each day new things are being developed, and new things are released to the buyers market. Who would ever thought wed be able to talk live with someone who lives on the other side of the world. Its truly amazing all the luxury's we have, and its amazing how one those these inventions has the capability to change the world in a very drastic way... Coul...
  • Uses For His Inventions
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    Inventions There have been many inventions that came about in the Industrial Revolution that have shaped our lives. Some have changed very little and are still used today, while others have been "starting blocks" for many more inventions. With the following inventions I have given a brief summary, history, and how the invention affected industry at the time. Telephone - The telephone is a "communication instrument designed to transmit speech and other sounds to a distant point by means of electr...
  • Television The Invention
    440 words
    Television (1920s) The invention that swept the world and changed leisure habits for countless millions was pioneered by Scottish-born electrical engineer John Logie Baird. It had been realised for some time that light could be converted into electrical impulses, making it possible to transmit such impulses over a distance and then reconvert them into light. Motor Car (Late 19th Century) With television, the car is probably the most widely used and most useful of all leisure-inspired inventions....
  • Invention Of The Telephone
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    The well known telephone is one of the biggest inventions that have impacted our daily lives. As well, many innovations have been created because of the telephone that are included in our everyday lifestyles. The telephone was invented by Alexander Graham Bell on March, 10 1876. Bell was 29 years old and he had been trying to create the telephone from 1872-1876. Finally, he found the perfect idea and the success with the telephone came from a direct attempt to improve the telegraph. The telephon...
  • Volta Prize
    248 words
    Alexander Graham Bell was a great man. He invented Many things. He was born March 3, 1847 in Edinburg, Scotland. He came to Canada in 1870, then to the U.S. in 1871. Alex became an U.S. citizen in 1882. In the U.S. he taught deaf-mutes. In 1872 he founded his own school in Boston, Massachusetts. It was for deaf-mutes. The school became part of Boston University. Bell was appointed professor of vocal physiology. Alex came up with the idea for the telephone while working on a multiple telegraph. H...

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