How things can change if we put we put our thoughts in an apple pie order. We are the product of our events that we carry out on a daily basis. We can do great and achieve even more if we plan our events accordingly and make sure that we stay adhered to our principles till the end as long as we don’t get across the desired result. It is all about our commitment to ourselves at the end of the day.
Homosapiens are the most creative animals on the entire planet. The only animal that is civilized and is capable of thinking productively. It was the human being that invented everything that we see around us, be it anything. Whether it’s the tables from 1 to 20 or the space shuttle that made the moon accessible.
Our creativity and the fertility of the minds have helped a lot in the expansion of our comfort zone that made us come up with all these inventions and creations. Our ancestors have made our lives the easiest in all aspects through their relentless works and researches.
Today in the article I would be jotting down the top inventors of the world as a tribute to them for giving us even more important things than just the multiplication tables from 1 to 20.
Here are the top inventors from history and their contribution to the world.
Leonardo Da Vinci (1452–1519), was a multi-talented Italian artist, scientist and polymath. Da Vinci is credited for the invention of many machines and drew models that proved workable 3-500 years later which included prototype parachutes, tanks, flying machines and a lot more.
Galileo, who stayed between 1564 to 1642 is another Italian scientist who developed a powerful telescope and confirmed the fact that earth revolves around the sun along with other heavenly bodies.
Jethro Tull, stayed between 1674 to 1741 is an English agricultural entrepreneur and is credited for the invention of the seed drill and horse-drawn hoe that brought revolution in agricultural processes by improving and strengthening the efficiency of farming, ultimately leading to increased yield.
John Wilkinson is an English industrialist, famous as John ‘Iron Mad’ Wilkinson. He could be traced between 1728 and 1808 . his obsession with the iron and other metals made him manufacture and develop the use of cast iron.
Benjamin Franklin was born in 1705 and died in 1790 after making many discoveries and gave plenty of theories. Electricity and Franklin stove are his best of the discoveries and inventions. He was a polymath and a scientist along with an American statesman who influenced history to a great extent and is responsible for the development of modern America.
Charles Babbage was an English mathematician and inventor who created the first mechanical computer and aligned the entire world. he is considered to be the Father of Computers though he did not give the finishing model of the computer.
Michael Faraday (1791–1867) was an English scientist who made the conversion of electrical energy into a usable format along with the discovery of benzene. Faraday is credited for the invention of the the Bunsen burner too.
Louis Braille was a blind French inventor who developed the Braille system of reading for the blind and brought revolution in the history. He is also the inventor of musical Braille, for reading music sheets and scores.
The creativity of these men have continuously influenced the world. Even today their researches and theories are useful in making the world a better place to live.