not sure eathier bengem Franklin or William penn
So many things became possible. The ability to see at night was a major event. For thousands of years night was considered a dangerous time because people couldn't see where they were going and dangers hid in the shadows. Street lights, signs on stores lit, night baseball games, homes lit, movies began, and people could move around at night. Stores could be opened later and restraurants could stay open. Factories with longer hours and the threat of things blowing up because of the gas that had been used for light was gone.
President Lincoln was assassinated at Ford's Theater in Washington D.C. He was shot by John Wilkes Booth and died later that night across the street in a boarding house.
Benjamin Harrison was the President when the White House first got electricity.Reportedly, he and his wife were afraid they would get a shock if they touched the light switches. A servant had to turn off the lights at night.
To help see at night
Street Lights stay on in the night as they have a light detection unit on the top, if the sensor falls under shadow it turns on.
yes in fact there mostly attracted to blue or black lights at night look at the street lights closely and you can see the moths, they mostly come out at night.
it depends what you look for if you look for a planet you might want to head to a field on a cloudless night with no street lights
He improved it so it could burn brightly all night long.
The Mourning Dove (Not "Morning" as people have mistaken), commonly sleep during the night time. However, in urban areas with a lot of street lights, it is not uncommon to see the occasional Mourning Dove during their mating season out at night as the street lights cause them to believe it's actually day time.
yes, but it's tricky. you need to search through the menu until you find the night lights option.
Friday night lights
Benjamin Franklin led the fight for street lights in Philadelphia in the late 1600s to make the city safer at night.