Throughout human history, many things were made that have changed our lives drastically. We call these things inventions. But which one of them are the most important ones? The following inventions are the very important ones.
Before the invention of the wheel, people had difficulties for transportation. Traveling and transporting goods and things were not so easy and it took too much time for people to move around. After the invention of the wheel, everything was touched by its presences; like agriculture to other trading systems.
The printing press
When the printing press was invented it was a door for humanity to share knowledge and information.
We all know when Alexander Graham Bell first invented the telephone how everything was going to change dramatically. The way of communication was totally changed and the business world became revolutionized.
The light bulb
After Bell, Thomas Edison was the next person who revolutionized our lives with inventing the first light bulb. From then on the world came out of the darkness and had longer nights by having lights instead of using candles.
In 1928, the Scottish scientist Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin by accident and brought something very important to the world of medicine and health. By discovering penicillin, the biggest antibiotic was born and the rest is known.
Without them, human population would increase drastically and since their presence, the rate of growth population has been decreased.
The invention of our era and age. We are all familiar with the internet and the effect it has on lives. It really needs no introduction: The global system of interconnected computer networks known as the Internet is used by millions of people worldwide. Countless people helped develop it, but the person most often credited with its invention is the computer scientist Lawrence Roberts. In the 1960s, a team of computer scientists working for the U.S. Defense Department's ARPA (Advanced Research Projects Agency) built a communications network to connect the computers in the agency, called ARPANET. It used a method of data transmission called "packet switching" which Roberts, a member of the team, developed based on prior work of other computer scientists. ARPANET was the predecessor of the Internet.
Although there are much more of inventions that changed our lives, like the airplane, trains, nails and etc. but these were the most important ones that changed our world in a way that no other things could. Hope we have other outstanding inventions for future.