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Airplanes Impact on Society

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Transcript of Airplanes Impact on Society

Airplanes Impact on Society
Positive/Negative Impact
-Powered flying vehicles with wings
-First working airplane invented by the Wright brothers (Orville and Wilbur) in 1903

Positive Impact #1
Safe Travel:
-safer than cars
-Small number of deaths involving planes than any other type of transportation




Positive Impact #2
Quick and Easy Travel:
-Brings lots of people in a short amount of time
-No traffic
-Very fast (go from 80mph to 200mph)







Positive Impact #3
Expands Economy:
-Brings people from all different counties bringing more tourists
-Fast trading
-Faster mail travel
Airplanes
Weapon of War:
positive:
Keeping many out of danger when bombing
Negative:
Putting others being bombed in lots of danger
Future for Airplanes

-More gas efficient
-Different power fuels being used
-Solar powered
-Faster
-More commonly used/less exspensive
-Personal airplanes
Citations
"airplane."BritannicaSchool.EncyclopediaBritannica,inc.,2013.web.10Dec.2013.
Freedman, Russell, Wilbur Wright, and Orville Wright. The Wright Brothers: How They Invented the Airplane. New York: Holiday House, 1991. Print.
Inventions & Inventors. Danbury, CT: Grolier Educational, 2000. Print.
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