The world inventions: The history and the case of the lightning conductor!

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The lightning conductor was invented by Benjamin Franklin in the United States. In what later became the United States, the pointed lightning rod conductor, also called a lightning attractor or Franklin rod, was invented by Benjamin Franklin in 1752 as part of his groundbreaking exploration of electricity.

When it is being lightning, and there is an open height, you should use a ligtning conductor on the top of the buidling in such case that there will be protection for everybody when there is lightning in the nature. We should live as safe as we can at earth, and we need protection when it is lightning, because humans do not know where the lightning is coming from time to time. But this can lead to failures of destroying lives, and one should have protection of lives So, lightning can affect whether we have the life or not, and we should not die too early, but we should live long and be old in the different societies.

Benjamin Franklin was an American journalist, author, philanthropist, scientist, inventor and diplomat among many other things. He was also one of the leaders behind the American Revolution. We remember Benjamin Franklin for his experiments with electricity. And electricity is fundamental today, and we should use it to create energy in different locations, and to get light in light bulbs and light fixtures. We should think much about it, and the associations should be precisely, and we should also have all the associations that is possible when we are examining something. The brain should include diversity, and we should think of many things in life, at earth and in the universe. Otherwise, the researchers in the study programs and the employees do not think properly enough about has happened, and how we can understand the things that we are examining!

The lightning conductor should be used to protect against potential damages from lightning strikes, and therefore it should be used to restrict the damages. The electric charge from lightning strikes the rod and the charge is conducted harmlessly into the ground. This protects houses from burning down and people from electrocution. And we should use sciences and explanations to examine why ligthning is coming, and why it happens, and how it happens. We should make problems that can give us Nobel Prizes. The theory of sciences is always about what, how, where, when, why, and which implications it has.

We cannot make opinions that go across all the beliefs in the sciences. Sciences and the literature should be used, and we should think properly in relation to what we know of all types of knowledges. We must refuse to be in environments where we are attacked, and brand personality of persons is always important, and we cannot live our lives by using things in the leadership that we cannot agree within. Then we get divisions and denunciations, and the people responsible for these things should be brought to justice, and the disagreements and the legal disputes should be in accordance with the legal constitution.

The lightning conductor should be used on buildings and on facilities. And we should use research on every aspect on life, and on the business organizations, and we should follow our hearts and our brains to determine what should be done in life. Nobody can define your life, we should define it in our own ways, and all books on the planet should be used against our opinions, and the opinions should be good enough to be published in Public Opinion Quarterly.

So, when there is lightning in the nature, you should have done the work with installing a lightning conductor. And in such cases, you do not have to fear for your life!

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