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what has not been invented by europeans?

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    hi, i am trying to write a paper on the massive scientific and technological achievements of the european peoples, including those in the diaspora in america, and it quickly becomes clear that virtually everything that has been invented is by those of european descent.

    surely something has been invented by others? i ask this because i want to write a balanced paper.
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    "i ask this because i want to write a balanced paper"

    No you dont, its because you are losing an arument on another tread :facepalm:
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    (Original post by lancelot)
    "i ask this because i want to write a balanced paper"

    No you dont, its because you are losing an arument on another tread :facepalm:

    sorry. i am lost here.
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    (Original post by lulubel)
    hi, i am trying to write a paper on the massive scientific and technological achievements of the european peoples, including those in the diaspora in america, and it quickly becomes clear that virtually everything that has been invented is by those of european descent.

    surely something has been invented by others? i ask this because i want to write a balanced paper.
    Chemistry. Jābir ibn Hayyān (Geber), a Persian
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    Google it.
    If you can't be bothered, the numbers we use today are actually Arabic. Sorry, Indian.
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    (Original post by crazycake93)
    Chemistry. Jābir ibn Hayyān (Geber), a Persian

    sorry, no one invented chemistry.

    its always existed in some form.

    the great advancements have come from the europeans in the past few centuries though.
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    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=what+has+not+be...d+by+europeans
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    (Original post by Mm_Minty)
    Google it.
    If you can't be bothered, the numbers we use today are actually Arabic.
    Indian actually, adopted by the arabic system.



    (Original post by lulubel)
    sorry, no one invented chemistry.

    its always existed in some form.

    the great advancements have come from the europeans in the past few centuries though.
    To post a list of all such inventions would be too big to fit on this thread. And to educate someone of such, with such a glaringly obvious lack of education as yourself could take years.
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    China
    India
    Japan
    Islam

    Was that so hard?
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    (Original post by lancelot)
    Indian actually, adopted by the arabic system.





    To post a list of all such inventions would be too big to fit on this thread. And to educate someone of such, with such a glaringly obvious lack of education as yourself could take years.

    so please give me the names of the most influential chemists in the past 500 years.
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    Your inability to research yourself explains perfectly your inability to put forward a well considered argument.

    Do it yourself. You might learn something.
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    Pokémon. :moon:
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    Sushi.
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    ok, so i am struggling on this one. who invented the computer. i will start with the computer because everyone on here is using one.

    was it charles babbage? or alan turing? ( both europeans )
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    I know something the Europeans didn't invent.

    Those neck rings that some tribes put around their necks to make their necks longer so they can say "hey I have a well long neck."



    Check mate.
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    Why blad, is you doin yor homewk n ****?

    try for starters -
    maths
    medical proceedures
    pharmacology
    husbandry of livestock
    farming
    the wheel
    paper
    wheelbarrows
    printing press
    bridges
    suspension bridges
    milling
    football
    forensic entomology
    surgery
    laser surgery
    clocks
    colour dying
    ceramics
    archaeology
    the USB port
    Youtube
    Facebook
    the numeric system
    cooking
    banknotes
    horse riding
    language
    the calender
    algebra
    irrigation
    most principles of mechanical engineering
    law and judicial proceedure
    glass-making
    mining
    cotton
    weaving
    mettalurgy
    smelting
    gunpowder
    principle of a uniform currency
    brick construction
    books
    soap
    ink
    university
    beer
    spectacles
    ship building
    naval navigation
    geometry
    map writing
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    (Original post by lulubel)
    hi, i am trying to write a paper on the massive scientific and technological achievements of the european peoples, including those in the diaspora in america, and it quickly becomes clear that virtually everything that has been invented is by those of european descent.

    surely something has been invented by others? i ask this because i want to write a balanced paper.
    Hmmmm, the wheel, writing, law, money, irrigation, maths, soap and civilisation in general amongst many other things.

    Look up the Sumerians, they were are awesome race, who, unfortunately, went extinct long ago.
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    The most important invention of all: chocolate.
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    Rotary Clothes Line, Australia
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    (Original post by Indo-Chinese Food)
    Why blad, is you doin yor homewk n ****?

    try for starters -
    maths
    medical proceedures
    pharmacology
    husbandry of livestock
    farming
    the wheel
    paper
    clocks
    the calender
    algebra
    irrigation
    most principles of mechanical engineering
    law and judicial proceedure
    glass-making
    mining
    cotton
    weaving
    mettalurgy
    smelting
    gunpowder
    principle of a uniform currency
    brick construction
    books
    soap
    ink
    university
    beer
    spectacles
    ship building
    naval navigation
    geometry
    map writing


    sorry, none of this stuff is inventions they have always existed in all socities.

    all socities built ships, had alcohol, had learning centres, washed, built stone houses etc etc

    i am talking about very specific inventions that can be traced to one people. like computer. mobile phones. spaceflight. etc.
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