Edison: A Life of Invention (The True Story of
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Thomas Edison was named “The Wizard of Menlo Park”. He invented the motion picture camera, founded General Electric, and registered over 1000 patents in his lifetime. Enjoy the surprising and entertaining true story of Thomas Edison and rediscover one of history’s most prolific figures…Start Reading the Incredible Story of Thomas EdisonOverviewChapter 1 – The Young EntrepreneurCovers Edison’s youth, his early business ventures in publishing and fruit and vegetable sales, his work as an telegrapher, and his improvements to the art and science of telegraphy through his early inventions.Chapter 2 – Menlo ParkEdison’s creation of his first research laboratory at Menlo Park, including his methods of research and invention, and the development of the phonograph and the incandescent light bulb.Chapter 3 – The War of the CurrentsEdison’s attempts to have direct current become the standard for electrical distribution, the technical obstacles he failed to overcome, and the emergence of alternating current as an alternative lead to Edison engaging in a personal and ultimately failing battle with George Westinghouse and Nikola Tesla.Chapter 4 – The Flickering ScreenEdison’s first wife dies, his conflicts with his son’s from his first marriage and the invention of the motion picture camera and kinetoscope lead Edison to create the motion picture industry.Chapter 5 – The Industrial GiantEdison’s failures in the mining and automotive industries lead him to allow for the commercialization of the phonograph and motion pictures as entertainment as a source of profits to offset financial losses.Chapter 6 – The Public ManEdison’s work for the US Government and his long friendship and business relationship with Henry Ford place him in the public eye, magnified by his highly publicized camping trips with Ford and Harvey Firestone.Chapter 7 – Edison’s LegacyThe continuing impact of Edison’s inventions, the development of the research and development industry, and his influence as a celebrity before and after his death.Introduction”Genius is one percent inspiration, ninety-nine percent perspiration.” – Thomas EdisonThomas Edison’s greatest contribution to society was not his inventions, but his unique process of taking existing ideas and improving upon them until they reached their most practical state. For example, despite what many think, Thomas Edison did not invent the electric light bulb. Many earlier inventors had produced incandescent bulbs, but they were useful only as demonstrations of the practicality of producing light via electricity. Edison’s patent for the electric light bulb was for an improved incandescent bulb, which made it a commercially marketable product…Buy NowRead Now: Your book will be delivered to your Kindle device or free Kindle software automatically.Money Back Guarantee: If you start reading the book and are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, simply return it to Amazon within 7 days of purchase for a full refund. Go to Your Account -> Manage Your Content and Devices -> Find the Book -> Return for Full Refund.
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