11 technologies that changed the world
LCD TVs and Facebook might be important parts of our lives today, but how much do they matter compared with these inventions that transformed society?
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For well over 75% of these inventions...."Electricity",,,, discovery, harnessing and usage. WAS the greatest invention of all time....NOTHING ELSE even comes close.
Surprised they missed that..only in a passing portion, in discussing Edison's light bulb.
There are several other important rechnologies that have changed the world -
1. Rifle/ Guns - The Europeans were able to conquer the Asia, Africa and America.
2. Air crafts
3. Automobiles/ locomotives
5. Cell phones
And of course, textiles and soap that we take for granted.
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