Also, in the latter half of the nineteenth century, the light bulb was invented. Note that in 50 years, three of the world’s most influential inventions arose; the internal combustion engine, the light bulb, and the telephone. Shortly after that, in the 1920s, scientists came up with a life-saving drug called penicillin. It saved millions of people from death and is still used today in the medical field.
Professionals point out that the most recent, and perhaps most significant invention of all time is a relatively recent technology called the Internet.
So many new things are yet to come. We are now on the verge of DNA sequencing that can allow longer lifespans. Who knows what the future will bring. So from all of us at TotesNewsworthy dream on.