Revolutions in technology By: vitaliy mishuk

Past: The industrial revolution


A revolution in farming methods led to a sharp increase in the population, and many people moving from country to the city looking for work.
Coal was founded and with the coal they made a steam engine to increase in the speed of products made and shipped
Britain had money to build a community and more people moved into britain

Technological developments

New machines used to spin and weave cloth were houses in factories that allowed the workers to produce goods at a much higher rate than before
a new understanding of coal power helped inventors create the stream engine and a new type of iron that was cheap and dependable

Present: the digital revolution

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