Issue Essay:-Many important discoveries or creations are accidental: it is usually while seeking the answer to one question that we come across the answer to another.

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Many important discoveries or creations are accidental: it is usually while seeking the answer to one question that we come across the answer to another.

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Discoveries or inventions always had a major impact on society. Discovery of anything leads to the development of something. The discoveries help people a lot in enhancing their knowledge spectrum. Discoveries always act as an important part for an invention because while seeking answer to one question it also provides answers of another. If someone is researching then his research not only leads to the outcome but it also provides evidences for other discoveries. If someone is doing a research then multiple times, it provides various traces of other inventions.

This thing happens multiple times that scientist get traces of other products through their research. Considering a scientist, Percy Spencer who had provided such a precious thing which is today, comes out to be one the most popular and demanding product for the kitchen, "Microwave oven". He is an American Engineer who, while working for Raytheon, walked in front of the magnetron which is a vacuum tube consisting of microwaves, and noticed that a chocolate in his pocket melted. So he had done further experiments like exploding egg etc. and finally, proved that microwaves generate an immense amount of heat and hence in 1945 he invented the first microwave oven. This accidental discovery leads to the creation of microwave ovens which is today, comes out to be one of the best selling product in the market.

These discoveries not only lead to the creation of household products but, it also leads to the discovery of various eating products like burgers, beverages etc. Considering a pharmacist, Late Mr. John Pemberton, whose accidental invention leads to one of the best soft drink in the world called "Coca Cola". Initially, he was trying to make a medicine used to cure headache for which he used two main ingredients: coca leaves and cola nuts. But while researching, his lab assistant accidentally mixed the two components with carbonated water which produced world's first soft drink Coke. In this way, his accidental mixing leads to the invention of soft drink and leads to the establishment of a brand named "Coca-Cola".

Discoveries always provide various byproducts for other researches. It is undeniable that many great discoveries or creations are accidental. Considering a great scientist Sir Isaac Newton, was a mathematician physicist, who discovered Earth’s gravity. Everyone thinks that he discovered gravity when an apple accidentally falls on his head and through which he is able to comprehend the pull in the earth. But, in reality through this accident he discovered another theory of an existing force that is required to change the speed or direction of a moving object on which he written theories. After further experimentation he wrote his theories of gravity. Most of the time discoveries or creations occur accidentally.

To sum up, discovery is nothing but an identification of something. Discovery leads to comprehend an arcane thing may be existing in the universe. So, if someone is start doing work considering repercussions then it is difficult to implement a system. Because, once the prediction is negative then it is difficult to convert it to positive. Most of the time, results changes or invention of things occurs accidentally. Most of the time, researches produce byproducts or result of other researches accidentally which always leads to the creation of another innovative thing.

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Sentence: But, in reality through this accident he discovered another theory of an existing force that is required to change the speed or direction of a moving object on which he written theories.
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