When Was the Lightning Rod Invented?

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A lightning rod is a wire mounted on top of buildings to protect it from lightning. It was invented by Benjamin Franklin in June 1652 in Philadelphia.
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It is credited to Benjamin Franklin in 1749 as a practical invention. Earth material has attracted lightenning as a rod for millions of years.
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