Rated: E · Short Story · History · #2290758
the Adventure of Time Travel
|Once upon a time, there was a young man named Thomas who lived in colonial America. He was fascinated by science and technology, and spent much of his free time reading books on the subject. One day, while browsing the shelves of a local bookstore, he came across a book written by a man named Benjamin Franklin.|
Intrigued, Thomas began to read the book and was immediately captivated by the author's witty and insightful writing. He learned about Franklin's experiments with electricity, and how he had discovered that lightning was a form of electricity.
As he read on, Thomas discovered that Franklin was not just a brilliant scientist, but also a man of many talents. He was a successful businessman, a diplomat, and a political activist.
Inspired by Franklin's life and work, Thomas decided that he wanted to meet the man in person. He made a long and treacherous journey to Philadelphia, where Franklin lived, and finally met him in person.
Franklin was pleased to meet the young man and was impressed by his passion for science. The two struck up a friendship, and Franklin took Thomas under his wing, showing him the ropes of science and business.
Years went by, and Thomas became a successful scientist and entrepreneur in his own right. But he never forgot the lessons he learned from his friend, Benjamin Franklin, and he always looked up to him as a mentor and role model.
Years later, after Franklin had passed away, Thomas wrote a book about his life and work, sharing the story of the brilliant and multifaceted man who had inspired him so much. The book was a hit, and Thomas became known as one of Franklin's greatest admirers and biographers.