How Did Thomas Edison Contribute To The Invention Of The Light Bulb

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Thomas Edison is usually credited with the invention of the light bulb, but the famous inventor wasn 't the only one who contributed to the idea. According to "an Italian inventor named Alessandro Volta developed the first practical method of generalizing electricity.". Thomas Jefferson with the help of other inventors that came long before he did invented the first way to generalize electricity. Thomas Edison 's lamp became the first ever working lamp. The light bulb made a huge impact at that time and until now. The light bulb is a common use till this day. To start off, Thomas Edison was born on January 11, 1847 in Milan Ohio. Thomas Edison invented many devices that impacted the world like the phonograph and the motion picture camera,after the motion picture camerapeople began to get into acting and recording the very first movie came from this idea. Edison was homed schooled by his mother due to the fact that he wandered a lot in class it was difficult for Jefferson to stay focused in just one subject so his teacher began make fun of him, so his mother began to teach him according to Edison " my mother was the making of me; and I felt I had something to live for, someone I must not disappoint." Later…show more content…
Lastly, i believe that Thomas Edison would 've came up with the light bulb without the help from other inventors. I feel like the long lasting light bulb made a huge difference to the world and changed the world in a positive way. According to " people can work all hours of the day and night, allowed to keep hospitals running through the night and police or security services available to those who need it." Sure the oil candles and fires made a huge difference at first but they weren 't durable so it made it difficult for people those methods were also very dangerous and needed a lot of attention, it affected the medical field because it gave opportunities to those who needed work or when people needed medical
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