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George Carlin says “electricity is just organized lightening” or we can say that electricity always existed it was not invented instead it was discovered. It has become a very important part of today’s life. Most of the things and appliances we use run on electricity.

The credit of discovery of electricity is however given to Benjamin Franklin by his experiment of kite in a thunderstorm. Earlier it has passed through many experiments by different scientists.

Source http://www.letusfindout.com/when-was-electricity-invented/

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