Who Created Electricity?


The English scientist called Michael Faraday was the first person to create electricity when he created the electric dynamo. This invention opened the door to the new era of electricity and a few decades later, in 1879, Thomas Alva Edison invented the light bulb.
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Electricity was not invented by 1 person; its modern use is the result of works of inventors, scientists & researchers. It was discovered by Benjamin Franklin.
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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.
While popular belief would be that Benjamin Franklin first discovered or created electricity, there are other facts that show that this is not quite true. The creation of electricity has actually been dated back to the Ancient Greeks close to two thousand years ago when they found that rubbing fur on amber caused and electric reaction.
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