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Marvels of Scientific Invention

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Marvels of Scientific Invention by Thomas W. Corbin is a fascinating exploration of some of the most groundbreaking inventions in history. The author provides detailed descriptions and explanations of various inventions, from the steam engine to the telephone to the internet, highlighting the ingenuity and creativity of the inventors behind them.

Corbin does an excellent job of breaking down complex scientific concepts into easily understandable language, making this book accessible to readers of all backgrounds. The stories of how these inventions came to be are both informative and inspiring, showing the power of human innovation and determination.

Overall, Marvels of Scientific Invention is a well-written and engaging book that sheds light on the incredible technological advancements that have shaped our world. I highly recommend it to anyone interested in the history of science and technology.

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This is a chronicle of the 19 most interesting inventions of the early 20th century. Some of the inventions are still in use and of considerable impact today, while others are examples of the strong belief in progress prevalent at the time would probably be frowned upon today. In this way, the author's account of how ice was made at the time will still be very interesting for readers today, but an account of how dynamite was going to be used in farming may be seen as humorous to the contemporary reader. The subjects are as varied as science herself is, and any reader and listener should find a subject matching his or her own taste. - Summary by Carolin

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