How Was Electricity Invented?

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Electricity was invented or rather discovered through an experiment by Benjamin Franklin. Electricity is not an invention but it has been present within and among us since the world began. It was just a matter of unlocking it. You can find more information here: http://www.ushistory.org/franklin/info/inventions.htm
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Electricity was first studied by the philosopher Thales of Miletus around 600 B.C.
The term electricity was coined by English scientist William Gilbert around 1600, who made pioneering discoveries in electrical and magnetic phenomena.
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