What were the effects of the invention of basketball?
the invention of basketball has had a profound effect for those wise enough to exploit it's marketability basketball has made America famouse since it was created by a man who was asked by olympic athlets to make a indoor sport that was non contact and they could play that was very energetic.
In 1892, women's basketball was introduced at Smith College in Massachusetts. The invention of basketball is credited to James Naismith, a Canadian coach, in 1891, who wrote the first rulebook for the sport. Senda Berenson, a teacher at Smith, modified the rules for women and taught basketball classes.
Inventions of World War 1 The Invention of the Machine Gun The Invention of the Armored Tank The Invention of the Biplane The Invention of the Self Loading Rifle The Invention of the Flamethrower The Invention of Chemical Warfare The Invention of Tracer Bullets The Invention of the Hydrophone The Invention of the Aircraft Carrier The Invention of the UAV The Invention of Moist Towelettes (lol)
Before the invention of the microscope the people believed that the diseases were caused by spiritual effects. In medieval times the people believed more in the church than in science. After the invention of the microscope, people took a step back and look what has caused the diseases to occur. We would not be living the way we do now, because more and more diseases would occur and it would be the same Bubonic Plague…
The only thing that Einstein did that would have directly affected everyday people's lives was his electromagnetic refrigerator invention with no moving parts (thus needing no seals that might leak the toxic and/or flammable refrigerants of the time). However the invention of nontoxic and nonflammable Freons by Dupont made Einstein's invention irrelevant. Everything else that Einstein did only had effects on the science of Physics at its extreme edges.
the invention of the steam engine in 1705 brought in a new source of power. the steam engine used fire to heatb water and produce steam.that why they invented a steam driven boat which allow people to send good quickly over river and canals. It increased the speed of trains. It revolutionised transportation