Ben Franklin Inventions

By | September 1, 2020

inventionsIf we take a moment to look back on the many inventions of Benjamin Franklin, we will see that he was a talented man of many accomplishments, skills, and interests. Mr Franklin’s scientific interest is what made him such a creative inventor. His natural curiosity about things, and the operation was trying to find a way that they work better. Was in poor vision and needed glasses to read. I got tired of constantly, so that they can and putting them back, so I decided to figure out a way to allow the glasses to see both near and far. There were two pairs of glasses in half and put half of each lens in a frame. Today, we call them bifocals.

Despite the fact that Ben is not famous BioScience study was interested in how the human body and looked for ways to help you to work better. For example, Ben’s brother, John suffered from kidney stones, and Ben wanted to help him feel better. Ben developed a flexible urinary catheter that appears to be the first produced in America.

Ben’s life during his eight routes across the Atlantic Ocean. These long journeys gave him a lot of time to learn how the ship and worked. Already in 1784, Franklin after the Chinese model of dividing the ship’s watertight compartments, so that when the leak occurred in one compartment, the water does not spread throughout the hold and sink the ship.

Everyone knows the story of Ben’s famous kite flight. Although it’s important discoveries and improvements, was not ‘guess’ power. He, however, invent the lightning rod which protected buildings and ships from lightning damage.

In colonial America, most people warmed their homes in the building on fire in the fireplace, although it is kind of dangerous and used a lot of wood. Was found that there had to be a better way. Invention of an iron furnace stove to make the people to warm their homes less dangerous and less timber. The furnace stove that he invented the Franklin stove name. Interestingly enough, Ben also established the first fire company and the first fire insurance company to ensure that people live in safety.

As the postmaster, Ben had to find the best efficient routes for mail delivery. He went out riding in his horse carriage to measure the routes and needed a way to keep track of the distance. He invented a basic odometer and put it inside the carriage.

When Franklin reached his older years, he retired from his business and public service to focus on spending his free time on reading and learning subjects. The inventor found that in his old age he had difficulty in reaching his high shelves of books. Despite the fact that there was a lot of grandchildren to help him, Franklin invented an innovative tool called a long arm to reach these hard to reach books. The long arm of a long wooden rod in the arm grasping the end.

Later, other famous inventors such as Thomas A. Edison and Alexander Graham Bell, Ben followed behind by trying to find a way that people live better. Today’s curious thinkers are kept inventing new and improved Ben traditions of how things are.