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To further experiment, he grabbed a fork from his kitchen, and not being very educated, he stuck it right in the outlet.
He woke up in a hospital later that day after passing out due to being shocked. He now knows that you can't put metal objects into outlets, because it is very dangerous.
While laying in the hospital bed he managed to find his favorite show about electricity. He picked up on a segment and figured out where electricity comes from.
Electricity is generated from power plants. These power plants provide us with electricity that powers our house and makes our life easier.
Miraculously, Mr. Electron recovered within hours of treatment, and he not only walks out of the room, but he flies out of the room and into the city!
His only explanation was that the electric shock from the outlet gave him super powers. He flew back home to get some rest after a long day of exploring the world looking for electricity.
These were the adventures of Mr. Electron. I hope his discoveries helped you understand more about electricity, and tune in for book 2 to find out how Mr. Electron saves a world without electricity
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