interesting facts about Thomas Edison

American inventor Thomas Edison was 1 of the best inventors of all time. Between the time period of 1868 and his death in 1931, He created more then 1,000 inventions that dramatically modified how individual worked and lived. The popular inventions of Thomas Edison are electric light, the motion picture camera and record player. Mostly people thought Thomas Edison was genius, and he was once quoted as saying, “Genius is 1 percent inspiration and 99 percent perspiration.”

Thomas Edison sits with a phonograph, an early record player. Johnson Edison designed the first phonograph in the late 1870s.

Thomas Edison sits with a phonograph

American inventor Thomas Edison, right, makes a motion-picture camera with the help of George Eastman. He is founder of Eastman Kodak Company. Thomas Edison, with his William K. L. Dickson, invented the motion-picture (video camera) camera.

Thomas Edison makes his own science laboratory when he was only 10 years old. This science laboratory was built in basement of Thomas Edison own home.

Thomas Edison was partially deaf. He developed this problem in his childhood days.

Thomas Edison invented battery in 1910, which used an alkaline electrolyte.

American inventor Thomas Edison had five dots tattooed in his left forearm. No one knew what the dots meant.

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