Blogger | Posted | Science-Technology
Voltaic batteries could well have tagged along by 1750, and engines, generators and broadcasts could have thrived 50 years sooner.
Maybe they had no Becquerel finding the radioactivity of pitchblende, so nuclear bombs were not created in the twentieth century.
Koch may have kicked the bucket the first occasion when he refined Bacillus anthracis, Pasteur may have gotten rabies, and the inadvertent disclosure of penicillin by Fleming probably won't have happened in the 1928, deferring the approach of anti-microbials.
Maybe autos would have three wheels rather than four, and the front lamp would swivel as the controlling wheel was turned.