The Reason American Inventor Thomas Edison Created the Electric Chair, the Problem of Edison’s Idea for Direct Current Infrastructure, and the Public Supporting Edison’s View of the Future of Electricity

Thomas Edison invented the electric chair so he could demonstrate for the public how the danger of alternating current. Edison wanted to build an infrastructure of direct current even though direct current could only travel 1 mile before it would lose power while alternating current could carry current for hundreds of miles while only losing a little power. The majority of the public disagreed with Thomas Edison and everybody thought the future would be alternating current...

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