Industrial Revolution Notes from National Geographic The Concise History of Science and Invention
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Notes from National Geographic The Concise History of Science and Invention
The industrial revolution made technological advances
Trains, combines, and other machines used for farming, cutting down trees, and digging were made and used steam to power
Steam was water heated by coal, which was carbon when burned turned into greenhouse gas
Factory systems and factories themselves sprout all over the place, and generate waste which was often dumped into rivers and streams
Many advances in medicine such as anesthetic, and studies of the human body led to larger population which ended up with more natural resources being used and more waste produced
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