1. Henry Ford – Mass Production of Automobiles:
Henry Ford created the assembly line, something that factories use to this day to speed up the process of crafting something and also invented and produced in heavy volume automobiles to the common American household. Without the ability of creating these vehicles in a fast amount of time, they would have been much more expensive, making them even more of luxury items that the average American wouldn’t be able to afford, but because he came up with a solution to that problem, now cars are all over the world and used in every day life. They are essential to many people’s lives and are and will always be useful. Having the ability to mass produce something makes the item more inexpensive, still gives many jobs to people, and allows many people to have the right amount of money to be able to afford a vehicle.
2. Write Brothers – Aviation:
Aviation is something that has changed the world of trading as we know it. Someone over in Guam can buy goods from Indonesia because they have been exported through air travel that all started from the Write Brothers experimenting and study towards what will and won’t work in the field of aviation. Trade helps to find more buyers across the world who are willing to buy a mass produced product, that is inexpensive so it can be bought by more common waged people and families instead of the tiny amount of the population that can afford high-class luxuries. Aviation keeps trade worldwide and spreads mass production to an even greater range and higher height.
3. Thomas Edison – Light Bulb
Thomas Edison’s invention of the light bulb is one of the greatest inventions of the 20th century because it changed everything about the way we see and gave electricity a whole new world for people to utilize and expand with. Light bulbs give us light (obviously) when people use to have to see by the flame of a candle. Flipping on a switch is so much easier, and safer than the candlelight....
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