Humanity knew long ago it would run short of punkahwallahs, manual fan operators usually born and bred in Pakistan and surrounding regions. Why this happened no one is sure but it’s theorized that they found other stuff to do. So leave it to the 18th Century gadabout, Benjamin Franklin, and others named Tesla, Edison, Steimetz and The Witchita Lineman who learned to create and harness the electric particle. And while standing on the shoulders of these giants, inventors such as Westinghouse, Dyson, Honeywell, Lasko, and Bengoo patented, mass produced and sold the electric fan as we know it today. While The Lord gives us the wind for free …
Psalm 135:7 He causes the vapors to ascend from the ends of the earth; Who makes lightnings for the rain, Who brings forth the wind from His treasuries.
… by manipulating hot and cold temperatures to rub up against one another, he has seen fit to give His favorite creation the wisdom of the alternating current. By this, mankind need not suffer through the dog days of summer, or wait for the heat of an oil furnace to slowly rise and toast its tootsies. Wind, controlled by men, can cool you down while on the beach or warm you up while driving your snowplow. One day this smallish sized electric fan will give comfort to a needy hot person.
Psalm 19:6 Its rising is from one end of the heavens, And its circuit to the other end of them; And there is nothing hidden from its heat.