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Electricity is a wonderful phenomenon that powers our lives and our gadgets. It’s truly shocking how much we take it for granted. This magical force was first discovered by Benjamin Franklin when he flew his kite during a thunderstorm and got a shocking surprise.

Electricity travels at the speed of light, which is much faster than your grandma on a mobility scooter. It’s a powerful force that can light up a room, power a GPS device, and even make your hair stand on end. Although, we don’t suggest you try that last one unless you’re going for the mad scientist look.

Electricity is also responsible for some fantastic inventions, like the toaster, the electric toothbrush, and of course, the electric chair. Though I wouldn’t recommend using the electric chair to make toast or brush your teeth, unless you’re some kind of sick freak.

The electricity industry has come a long way since its humble beginnings. Gone are the days of having to rub two sticks together to create a spark. Now, we have incredible power plants that can produce enough electricity to power entire cities.

Of course, with great power comes great responsibility. We have to make sure we use electricity wisely or risk short-circuiting the whole system. We can’t have everyone using their hair dryers at the same time or the world might just spark out.

So, the next time you flick a light switch or plug in your phone charger, take a moment to appreciate the incredible power of electricity. It’s the gift that keeps on giving, as long as you don’t forget to pay your electricity bill.