Jumat, 02 April 2010
How Invention Happen
"If only..." Inventors may begin more daydreams with these two words than any others. "If only I could fly like a bird." "If only I could build a building hundreds of feet high." Inventors don't stop at dreaming, though. They get to work.
Firs of all, Inventors think and think. When they get an idea, they write it down. They read and learn. They do experiments. Sometimes they succeed. Other times they fail. But they never give up. After all this, with a lot of patience and a little luck, a new invention may be born.