Innovation of Frankenstein

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Not all inventions turn out great. Take your time working on it and decide if it is worth it. I’m not saying don’t try but just think it through.There have been countless inventors that have spent their lives working on inventions that turned out to be useless. Get other people’s opinions and recommendations on it. Having many different point of views will help prefect the innovation. Make sure before you start your innovation, spend a lot of time brain storming about it. Pretend it is like a high school project. If you rush it, you’ll get a bad grade. The best inventions take several years to prefect. The more thought you put into it, the more effort it will show.

Look at Frankenstein here. He spent years working on the creature, but look how ugly it turned out. He put in his mind and soul into making the creature, but he eventually hated it with a passion.  Also the creature ended up haunting him till Frankenstein eventually died, so make sure you think your idea out before you end up regretting it. Life is too short to waste.

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One thought on “Innovation of Frankenstein

  1. Thanks for the tip. Of late, I’ve been researching innovations for ideas to start my own invention, and I thought it was clever that you referenced Frankenstein in your blog of innovations-of-today. I think the creature is a great example of a revolutionary invention that was too powerful for its own good. Inventions can definitely affect other people’s lives and violate the boundaries of justice; the devastating atomic bomb, Thomas Midgley’s inventions of CFCs and TEL, the guilotine..respectively. Inventions should never destroy lives. Thanks again.

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