Advantages and Drawbacks of the Industrial Revolution in the British Society

The industrial revolution in Britain led to many exceptional inventions. One of the good things about the industrial revolution was, that they figured out how to melt more iron more quickly and more efficient than before, which led to the creation of a mass of machinery created in the years following.

Those machines made it possible to produce more Iron, from which they could construct iron bridges, and soon to be followed train-tracks made out of pure iron. Because of this discovery, both the poor and the rich could travel throughout the country for a rather small amount of money, throughout the country, faster than they could by carriage or by foot.

Though because the need for more coal rose, they needed more to dig out the coal from the mines, which made room for a whole lot of more workers, which got more people out of the gutter and into a more civilized community. The demand on workers grew, and got more into work, even children.

The problem with coal-digging is, that the men got worn down quicker than normal, which decreased their time on the market as workers, which drew them to the gutter from where they came. Even the work times were off scale, the miners could mine for up to twelve hours a day with no breaks not even a break so they could go and have a meal.

So most miners had lunch packs with them, and when there was time, they would eat some of their lunch pack. Not only did the adults work overtime, and wore themselves out, but even children worked in the mines. Little boys and girls sat in vents all the day, to open doors and open ventilation for the workers.

Hour by hour opening vents and doors, without anything to do or play with, this resulted in that they got dumber with time. The positive side of these situations was that the workers started to gather, in Unions. So that they could get fair work times, better wages, breaks and the children should be out of the mines for some hours, not just to sit in there.

The Unions had humongous effects on the British Community. If one member of the Union did not follow in line, the union was known for dropping gunpowder down the chimneys of the ones who did not follow the pack, to give them a lesson, so that they or no one else would choose to step out of line. Following with the Unions, demands came, and with the demands, laws came into place.

Plenty of important laws came into the parliament, such as the children was obliged to go to school at least 2 hours every day, except Sundays. And with the schooling came the second law for the children, they were not allowed to work more than 9 hours a day, which was indeed an important change in the life of a child. And the third and last rule about working conditions for children was, that no child of the age 9 or lower, was allowed to work by the law, because children needed time to grow, learn and get the caring that they needed to become civilized citizens of Britain.

With time, the cities expanded because of the farmers were moving to town, instead of working on their farms, because there were much more work to be done in the cities, though the big city dream, decided to cheat almost every one of the peasants. The wages were horrible, the work times were just as horrible as the wages. But of course, they sold everything so they couldn’t just go back to being peasants. But as mentioned earlier the Unions tried to fix the wages and work times.

By the time the cities grew, sewage systems came to place, the idea was that every house in every town and city should have drains running into bigger sewages, instead of just buckets to be emptied. The Sewage was an idea out of proportion, it benefited more than they could’ve imagined, and even many years after, with regular maintenance the sewage system kept running, making sure that no one ever had a clogged up drain.

Because of all of these changes, the economy of Britain went over the roof. Britain was the place where everything came from, they had a monopoly on textiles, machinery and almost everything else. So everyone bought wares off of Britain. But the flipside of the coin was of course, they focused so much on the towns and cities that the production of edibles went down, which forced them to buy edibles off of other countries willing to sell their wares to them.

With time, doctors lost patients by the numbers, and they couldn’t figure out what was causing the deaths and infections after operations. Though one man, Sir Alexander Fleming, a Scotsman researched the bacteria Staphylococcus aureus, he observed that the type of mold, Penicillium notatum, annihilated the bacteria, which proved his theory of that something in the Penicillium notatum, were antibacterial. And from that, Penicillin was invented by the time of the 1940s.

Doctors even became aware of the danger in bacteria’s on their hands whilst doing surgery, which made them wash their hands in antiseptic fluids or just soap, which made the death count go down by many. The doctors even became aware of the wonderful medicine, anesthetic. Anesthetics made it possible for the doctors to operate without inducing too much pain to the patient, by using the anesthetics.

Task b: Make nouns from these verbs: * To reverberate / reverberation * To interfere / interfere * To expand / expansion * To derive / derivation * To reconcile / reconcile * To represent / represent * To shrink / shrink * To imagine / imagination * To contract / contract Make nouns from these adjectives: * Universal / universe * Immense /Immersion * Observable / Observable * Dense / Dense * Original /Original * Lucid / Lucid * Equivalent / Equivalent * Distant / Distant Make adjectives from these nouns: * Singularity / Singular * Explosion / explode * Conclusion / conclude * Existence / Exist * Comfort / Comfortable * Creation / create * Progression / progress * Extent / Extended

Task c: The male race is on the brink of extinction. He’s too weak, shows research, which is why he throughout natural evolution is being removed. The one and only is the woman.

Let this on the 101 year anniversary for the Women’s international day become clear: The woman is the strongest of the sexes. And with the time, the only one. The good news is, that it takes a long time. 10 million years, according to Steen Kølvraa, a professor and consultant In clinical genetics from the Clinical Genetics department at Vejle Hospital. But the road is known. The Evolution did already start millions of years ago when the man was created by a mistake because there happened a mutation of the two chromosomes; the living being was made of by that time.

The Y-chromosome that mutated slowly evolved away from the X-Chromosome, and that was, by far not a good idea. Because it started as a nice and big Y-chromosome, with just as many genes as the X-chromosome it mutated from. Ever since it’s been going the wrong way. Whilst the Y-chromosome still stands tall with 2000 genes, the Y-chromosome only stands with 15-17 genes back. That is why the man is a dying race. And the reason why the woman have to go back to the start, and start over, all over.