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Ben Franklin was a scientist and an American revolutionist for the colonies. He was also an embssator in France for the colonies to get help for the Revolutionary War. He was one of America's founding father's.
Ben was the one who found out about lighting being electricity. He suspected that lighting was an electic current in nature. He found out by tying a key to a kite and have lighting shock it. He found lighting was electricity, He also found out it was powerful and dangerous. That is why he made a way to protect people, buildings, and ships. It was the lighting rod. Although electricity was a hobby to Franklin he made many important contributions to it.
Leonardo da Vinci was a scientist and an artist. He was the most famous man in the rennisance. He worked in Firenze (Florence) and Milan. He was rival's with Micheal Angelo.
He studied the scientific fields. He studied plant growth, stratification of rocks, the flow of water,and action of lights. He went from studying surface to structure. He was famous for finding the perfect shape of the human body. Leonardo made something so man could fly, it didn't work.He made weapons for the Duke of Milan's army, he designed the first tank but never used it.
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