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In surroundings in danger medical rules, thoughts, and methodologies in environmental technological know-how are explored and defined.
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Early in that century Thomas Newcomen introduced the steam engine. In 1769 James Watt modified Newcomen’s design, making an engine that was much more powerful and efficient. The steam engine was first used to force water into mines, allowing metals to be extracted more quickly. Greater supplies of metal made it possible to build more machines, and coal provided an inexpensive fuel to run them. Watt’s steam engine was soon modified for use in factories. Before long, citizens of Europe, the United States, and other nations were able to purchase a wide variety of products and tools that simplified their lives.