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fires burn wood for fuel friction stuff like that XD
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they stopped using candles, kerosene, oil lamps and fire torches in the late 19th century
Animals -like horses,oxen, men, women,and mules to do the work required. Or windmills and waterfall wheels to turn machines. There were candles and oil lamps for lighting. P…ower was manually generated by men and women; they also made use of animal power of horses, camels, donkeys and elephants. Wood and coal were also used to generate power. Machines were operated by the power provided by windmills, waterfall machines, and even by crude production of solar energy.
im guessing a regular one/ im guessing a regular one/ actually, there were two things used prior to the electric blanket. first like what was previously stated a regular one, …but also on cold drafty night a heating bed warmer was used. which is an old timy frying pan filled with coals and tucked under the covers of your bed, such one is pictured in pirates of the carrabean.
what was electricity used for when it was dicovered
Before the electric drill , it was done by hand. There's a hand-cranked drill, probably still used by the Amish. My father owned one.
the meter is calibrated
The whale blubber was burned down and used to fuel candles.
Electricity changed a lot of ways things were done. Almost anything done with electricity had an earlier counterpart. Lights were kerosene or candles. Cooling was with ice. Th…ere was air conditioning in the 1800's using gas, no electricity. People wrote letters and they were carried by the post office, on horse, train and ship. Clothes were washed by hand and dried on a line outside. There were a lot of new inventions because of electricity, but all the basic needs of living were taken care of some how with manual labor or some mechanical means. Steam engines came along before electrical one did. Water wheel were used to power many things.
they burned wood for fuel
Smoke and sound.
Gas light was used before the electric light and before gas light, candles were used.
This is a safety precaution so that you don't inadvertently become the ground if you touch a hot circuit.
They'd usually hang them over a fireplace or just air dry their clothes. Even in the wettest climates, the standard way to dry clothes is on a clothesline, strung either outdo…ors or indoors.