Inventor of Electric Light Bulb – Thomas Alva Edison

Thomas Alva Edison

Thomas Alva Edison

A name that is synonymous to electricity and light bulbs,  Thomas Edison was not only a genius but also the most prolific inventor ever.

A few of his grand inventions have changed the face of the world today, like sound recording and the inception of motion picture technology. Born in 1847, young Edison had spent much of his education through homeschooling method by his mother. Following after the episode where adolescent Edison worked as a telegrapher and soon got married was the first time he made an appearance in the public and introduced the newly-invented phonograph back in 1877. The invention landed much financial capital for him to later establish Menlo Park laboratory, where he grouped many inventors to collaborate together. But, the light bulb innovation belonged to his personal perseverance in perfecting the imperfect, no matter how many efforts it took. Thomas Edison may be a genius inventor, as you know it, but he always was a true optimist at heart.

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