Hello there, well after some poetic and story blogs its time for the scientists inside to make way for his words,
This post is a tribute to a great scientist, entrepreneur, investor, industrialist.
Its 18th October. Death anniversary of legendary inventor Thomas Alva Edison.
My role model ( haha i have many in every field).
Started working to sell newspapers at age of 12.
Struggle all through his life to achieve whatever he had in front of his name today.
1093 US patents.
2332 worldwide patents.
Founder Owener of General Electric.
Well his all success and glory u can find it on web but what made a small poor child to a greatest inventor of world?
I heard a small story about it.
Hope you like it,
One day Thomas Edison came home
and gave a paper to his mother. He
told her, “My teacher gave this paper
to me and told me to only give it to
His mother’s eyes were tearful as
she read the letter out loud to her
“Your son is a genius. This
school is too small for him and
doesn’t have enough good teachers
for training him. Please teach him
After many, many years, after
Edison’s mother died and he was
now one of the greatest inventors of
the century, one day he was looking
through old family things. Suddenly
he saw a folded paper in the corner
of a drawer in a desk. He took it and
opened it up. On the paper was
written: Your son is addled [mentally
ill]. We won’t let him come to school
Edison cried for hours and then he
wrote in his diary: “Thomas Alva
Edison was an addled child that, by a
hero mother, became the genius of