How Industrial Revolution Made Life Easier

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How Industrial Revolution Made Life Easier

It would just be unbearable to think that life would be better without the Industrial Revolution. All the inventions that were invented back then are used all the time. The three inventions which are the camera, the light bulb and the locomotive have greatly changed society. Without the light bulb, you couldn't see at night, you wouldn't be able to take pictures of anything for memories if the camera wasn't invented and without the train there would be one less easier way to travel. Without the light bulb, you couldn't see at night. Thomas Edison invented the light bulb mainly to make it for home use. The light bulb was made to create light that would last for a long time and that could be used anywhere. In today's society, people use the bulbs in their homes to light up their whole house including their fridge. It just makes it easier to see anywhere whenever it's the daytime or night time. "Edison's eventual achievement was inventing not just an incandescent electric light, but also an electric lighting system that contained all the elements necessary to make the incandescent light practical, safe, and economical." Before it was created, human beings had to use fire and now you're able to just turn the light switch on and you automatically have whatever lighted. You wouldn't be able to take pictures of anything for memories if the camera wasn't invented. Louis Daguerre invented the first camera just to capture things for memory. The camera was invented to capture a picture of anything you wanted to save as a memory. In today's world, people use the camera during many special occasions to remember that specific day. It helps a lot because so many people can enjoy or see what an occasion was like even if they weren't there by looking at the pictures. "The daguerreotype, aptly called a ‘mirror with a memory', was an amazing development, and one cannot but marvel at the intricacy of the...
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