During the twentieth century the world has witnessed the inventions of many amazing things. Television is a great invention, but there are arguments for and against whether it is the best invention of the twentieth century.
Television was invented in the 1920s and first came to Australia in 1956. It has played an important role in communicating news. We can learn instantly about what is happening in the world because of television. Also, television has provided people with entertainment in their own homes. People in isolated areas can still feel the other part of the world because of television. For these reasons I feel that television could be considered the best invention of the twentieth century.
On the other hand, there are other inventions that could be considered better than television. Some might argue that computer should be awarded the distinction of being the best invention because computer has made life easier. Others might argue that medical inventions such as heart peacemakers are best inventions because they help to save life.
It can be seen that there are reasons for and against television being considered the best invention of the twentieth century. After looking at both sides I still believe it is the best invention.
Many people who are alive today what’s to live in a world without television. Television as we know is only about forty years old. Yet, it’s so much a part of our lives that it seems as if had it always existed.
Some people think that the years before television were a better time. They claim that families talked more and did more things together. More books were read. People used their imaginations fully. People get more outdoor exercise.
But other disagree. They claim that television is a powerful educational tool. It informs us what goes in the world, from a famine in Africa to a local politics to fashion. It helps us understand how people live, work, and struggle.
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