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Who Invented Email?

Who Invented Email?

The history of email began with Ray Tomlinson in 1971. The program was created while he was working for the US government, specifically ARPANET (the future Internet). Tomlinson’s Work Tomlinson was working for the United States Defense Department in 1968. He was a computer engineer at...
Who Invented the Potato Clock?

Who Invented the Potato...

In these environmentally-conscious times, everyone’s been looking towards developing alternative sources of energy, from solar power to geothermal energy. On a much smaller scale, it has been proven that energy can also be drawn from the most unlikely of sources: a potato. The Potato...
Who Invented the Slinky?

Who Invented the Slinky...

Slinky refers to a toy that is made from a helical spring that can reform itself with the help of the gravitational force. The toy is very famous in different countries because it has unique properties such as it stretches like an ordinary rubber band. Aside from being a toy, the...
Who Invented Pi?

Who Invented Pi?

Based on historical facts about pi, the Egyptians were the first to discover and use it. The Great Pyramid measured 1760 cubits with a height of 280 cubits. The equation 1760/280 is equal 2 x pi. Note that this is archaeological evidence; there are no specific Egyptian texts that...
Who Invented the Water Closet?

Who Invented the Water ...

Probably one of the most important inventions for all times, the water closet was first thought to be a brainchild of the British. And one name had stood out the most when it came to who invented the water closet. Thomas Crapper Thomas Crapper was a plumber in London in the 19th century....
Who Invented the Hot Dog?

Who Invented the Hot Do...

A hot dog is a soft moist sausage known for its even flavor and texture. Common types of hot dogs are smoked, cured, and fully cooked. People often enjoy it with onion, ketchup, mustard, on a hot dog bun. Hot dogs are sold just about anywhere where there are people around. You can find...
Who Invented the Electric Guitar?

Who Invented the Electr...

Definitely one of the most popular musical instruments today, the electric guitar is widely used by bands and musicians worldwide. It produces an easily distinguishable sound that greatly adds to the overall appeal of any given song. Artists like Santana, Avril Lavigne and Lenny Kravitz...
Who Invented the Whoopee Cushion?

Who Invented the Whoope...

Having fun is very easy especially when there are many practical joke devices available such as the whoopee cushion. Also called Razzberry Cushion and poo-poo cushion, this item creates a funny noise that resembles human flatulence or raspberry. You can easily bring this device to any...
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