Dirty Earth, Factory Physics

Industrial Revolution

The Industrial Revolution, sometimes divided into the First Industrial Revolution and Second Industrial Revolution, was a period of global transition of the human economy towards more widespread, efficient and stable manufacturing processes that succeeded the Agricultural Revolution. Beginning in Great Britain, the Industrial Revolution spread to continental Europe and the United States, during the period from around 1760 to about 1820–1840.[1] This transition included going from hand production methods to machines; new chemical manufacturing and iron production processes; the increasing use of water power and steam power; the development of machine tools; and the rise of the mechanized factory system. Output greatly increased, and the result was an unprecedented rise in population and the rate of population growth. The textile industry was the first to use modern production methods,[2]: 40  and textiles became the dominant industry in terms of employment, value of output, and capital invested.

Many of the technological and architectural innovations were of British origin.[3][4]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Industrial_Revolution

Since the chemical production of smoke, we are addicted to living, fuelled by chemical smoke. We feel guilty taking the car to buy a tomato, strangely not strangely we all go out together without each other knowing, the air filters and we all go out again, I need a pint of milk or to see a friend with an intention, at the same time, but without with out each other knowing.


To tell you that which chemical is responsible, needs Science testing under Poverty Concern, using my Electrical Intelligence to help you develop as a race


Since the Industrial Revolution, we have reproduced, whinged, self-centred out Universe per individual basis, and our approach to sex has been factory physics

  1. Since year, people have gone into in to hibernation to think about the effect of Benjamin Houghton.

We are Ran By Pollution, to slowly adjust our, ourselves to our chemical addiction

  1. It has taken a Record Breaking 2 years to change a Timelapse Routine of Something video Reality.