Some stuff whites have brought to this world!

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    Some stuff whites have brought to this world!


    Incomplete list of scientific, technical and technological accomplishments of the white race (1-150):

    1. Thales of Miletus, Thales theorem (~ 580 BC), Greek
    2. Anaximander of Miletus, First map of the world (~ 570 BC), Greek
    3. Pythagoras of Samos, Pythagorean theorem (~ 540 BC), Greek
    4. Hippocrates of Cos, Hippocratic oath, foundations of modern medicine (~ 420 BC), Greek
    5. Euclid of Alexandria, Euclidean geometry (~ 300 BC), Greek
    6. Herophilos, Anatomy (~ 295 BC), Greek
    7. Philo of Byzantium, Water wheel (~ 240 BC), Greek
    8. Eratosthenes of Cyrene, Geography (latitude and longitude), earth circumference (~ 235 BC), Greek
    9. Archimedes of Syracuse, Hydrostatics, statics, math calculations, pi (~ 220 BC), Greek
    10. Apollonius of Perga, Normals, ellipse, parabola, hyperbola (~ 200 BC), Greek
    11. Hipparchus, Trigonometry (~ 150 BC), Greek
    12. Claudius Ptolemy, Ptolemaic geocentric model of the universe (~ 140), Greek Roman
    13. Isidore of Miletus, Stereometry, architecture (vaulting) (~ 532), Byzantine
    14. Johannes Gutenberg, Modern printing press (1450), German
    15. Luca Pacioli, Foundations of accounting (1494), Italian
    16. Nicolaus Copernicus, Heliocentric model of solar system (1543), Polish German
    17. Tycho Brahe, Supernova (astronomy) (1572), Dane
    18. Aloysius Lilius, Gregorian calendar (1577), Italian
    19. Hans Lippershey, Telesope (1608), German Dutch
    20. Johannes Kepler, Laws of planetary motion (1609), German
    21. Galileo Galilei, Modern astronomy (1610), Italian
    22. John Napier, Logarithm (1614), Scottish
    23. Faust Vrancic, Parachute (1617), Croatian Italian
    24. William Oughtred, Slide rule (1622), English
    25. Rene Descartes, Analytic geometry (1637), French
    26. Evangelista Torricelli, Mercury barometer (1643), Italian
    27. Blaise Pascal, Probability theory, Pascal's triangle (1653), French
    28. Robert Boyle, Boyle's law (physics) (1662), English Irish
    29. Christiaan Huygens, Wave theory of light, pendulum theory, centrifugal force (1678), Dutch
    30. Denis Papin, Pressure cooker (1679), French
    31. Gottfried Leibnitz, Calculus (1684), German
    32. Isaac Newton, Laws of physics (1687), English
    33. Daniel Bernoulli, Bernoulli's equation (fluid dynamics) (1738), Dutch Swiss
    34. Benjamin Franklin, Conservation of charge principle, lightning rod, bifocals (1747), English American
    35. Leonhard Euler, Mathematical function, Euler's equations & number, etc. (1757), Swiss
    36. John Bird, Sextant (1757), English
    37. Henry Cavendish, Hydrogen (1766), British
    38. Daniel Rutherford, Nitrogen (1772), Scottish
    39. James Watt, Commercial steam engine (1776), Scottish
    40. Claude de Jouffroy, Steamboat (1776), French
    41. Jacques Charles, Charles's law (physics) (1780), French
    42. Pierre-Simon Laplace, Laplace equation, transformation, coefficients (1785), French
    43. Charles-Augustin de Coulomb, Coulomb's law (electricity) (1785), French
    44. Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier, Law of conservation of mass (1789), French
    45. Eli Whitney, Cotton gin (1793), American
    46. Carl Friedrich Gauss, Fundamental theorem of algebra (1799), German
    47. Alessandro Volta, Electric battery (1800), Italian
    48. John Dalton, Atomic theory (1803), English
    49. Richard Trevithick, Steam locomotive (1804), British
    50. Humphry Davy, Sodium, potassium, calcium (1807), British
    51. Amadeo Avogadro, Avogadro's Law (chemistry) (1811), Italian
    52. Andre-Marie Ampere et al, Electromagnetism (1820), French
    53. George Stephenson, Railway (1820), English
    54. Nicolas Sadi Carnot, Carnot heat cycle (thermodynamics) (1824), French
    55. Augustin-Louis Cauchy, Complex function theory (1825), French
    56. Nicéphore Niépce, Photography (1826), French
    57. George Simon Ohm, Ohm's law (electricity) (1827), German
    58. Jöns Jacob Berzelius, Chemical formula notation, silicon, selenium et al. (1828), Swede
    59. Michael Faraday, Faraday's law of induction, cathode rays (1831), English
    60. Paul Shilling, Electromagnetic telegraph (1832), German
    61. Samuel Colt, Revolver (1835), American
    62. William Sturgeon, Galvanometer (1836), English
    63. Nicholas Joseph Callan, Induction coil (1836), Irish
    64. Kirkpatrick Macmillan, Pedal-driven bicycle (1839), Scottish
    65. James Prescott Joule, First law of thermodynamics, Joule's law (1843), English
    66. Samuel Morse, Morse code (1844), American
    67. Gustav Kirchhoff, Kirchhoff's circuit laws (1845), German
    68. James B. Francis, Modern water turbine (1848), British American
    69. Lord Kelvin, Absolute temperature scale (1848), N. Ireland
    70. William Rankine, Steam engine theory (Rankine cycle) (1849), Scottish
    71. Rudolf Clausius, Second law of thermodynamics, entropy (1850), German
    72. Henry Bessemer, Bessemer converter (steel production) (1855), English
    73. Charles Darwin, Theory of evolution (1859), English
    74. Nikolaus Otto, 4-stroke internal combustion engine (1862), German
    75. James Clerk Maxwell, Classical electromagnetic theory (1865), Scottish
    76. Joseph Lister, Antiseptic (sterile) surgery (1865), British
    77. Alfred Nobel, Dynamite (1867), Swede
    78. Narcis Monturiol Estarriol, Combustion engine driven submarine (1867), Catalan
    79. Alexander Graham Bell, Telephone (1876), Scottish American
    80. Thomas Alva Edison, Sound recording and playing (1877), American
    81. Ernst Mach, Shock wave theory, Mach number (1877), Austrian
    82. Robert Koch, Isolated anthrax, tuberculosis, cholera germs (1877-83), German
    83. Thomas Edison et al., Motion picture camera (1878), American
    84. Joseph Stefan, Stefan's Law (thermodynamics) (1879), Slovenian Austrian
    85. Thomas Alva Edison et al., Commercially practical light bulb (1879), American
    86. Thomas Alva Edison, DC power generation & distribution system (1882), American
    87. Charles Parsons, Steam turbine (1884), British
    88. Karl Benz, Automobile (1885), German
    89. Louis Pasteur, Anthrax vaccine, rabbies vaccines, pasteurization (1885), French
    90. Nikola Tesla, AC electrical supply system, induction motor (1887), Serbian American
    91. Gustaf de Laval, Rocket engine nozzle, dairy machinery (1890), Swede
    92. Pierre Emile Ruox et al., Anti-diphteria serum (1891), French
    93. John Froelich, Gasoline powered tractor (1892), American
    94. Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen , X-rays (1895), German
    95. Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, Astronautics (1897), Russian
    96. Rudolf Diesel, Diesel engine (1897), German
    97. Marie Sklodowska-Curie, Theory of radioactivity, polonium, radium (1898), Polish French
    98. Ernest Rutherford, Nuclear physics (1899-1917), English New Zealander
    99. Max Planck, Quantum hypothesis, Planck's constant (1900), German
    100. Guglielmo Marconi, Radio (1902), Italian American
    101. Willis Haviland Carrier, Air conditioning (1902), American
    102. Orville and Wilbur Wright, Airplane (1903), American
    103. Aegidius Elling, Gas turbine (1903), Norwegian
    104. John Ambrose Fleming, Vacuum tube (Diode) (1904), English
    105. Ole Evinrude, Outboard motor (1907), Norwegian American
    106. Leo Hendrick Baekeland, Plastics (bakelite) (1907), Belgian American
    107. Paul Cornu et al., Helicopter (1907), French
    108. Heike Kamerlingh Onnes, Superconductivity, absolute zero, liquified helium (1911), Dutch
    109. Igor Sikorsky, Airliner (1914), Russian
    110. Richard Ranger et al., Fax machine (1924), American
    111. Pierre Descombey et al., Tetanus vaccine (1924), French
    112. John Logie Baird, Television (1925), Scottish
    113. Robert Goddard, Liquid-fuel rocket (1926), American
    114. Alexander Fleming, Penicillin (1928), Scottish
    115. Werner Heisenberg, Uncertainty principle of quantum theory (1929), German
    116. James Chadwick, Neutron (1932), English
    117. Friedrich Matthias, Tape recorder (1935), German
    118. Robert Watson-Watt, Radar (1935), Scottish
    119. Alan Turing, Computer science, artificial intelligence (1936), English
    120. Frank Whittle, Jet engine (1937), English
    121. Chester Carlson, Photocopying (1938), American
    122. John Atanasoff, Digital electronic computer (1939), Bulgarian American
    123. Austin Moore, Hip replacement surgery (1940), American
    124. Enrico Fermi, Nuclear reactor (1942), Italian American
    125. John Logie Baird, Color TV (1944), Scottish
    126. Shockley, Bardeen & Brattain, Transistor (1947), American
    127. Jose Barraquer, LASIK Surgery (1950), Spanish Colombian
    128. Edward Teller, Hydrogen bomb (1952), Hungarian American
    129. Watson & Crick, DNA structure (1953), American, English
    130. Joseph Edward Murray, Kidney transplantation surgery (1954), American
    131. Korolev & Glushko, Satellite launch (1957), Russian
    132. Joseph Licklider et al., Internet foundations (1962), American
    133. Gregg & Russell, CD, DVD (Optical disk & digital recording) (1965), American
    134. Douglas Engelbart, Computer mouse (1967), American
    135. Christiaan Barnard, Heart transplantation surgery (1967), South African
    136. Wernher von Braun et al., Moon landing (1969), German American
    137. Federico Faggin et al., Microchip (1971), Italian
    138. Hewlett Packard Team, Personal computer (1971), American
    139. Russian Engineers, Space station (1971), Russian
    140. Godfrey Hounsfield, Computerized Axial Tomography (CAT Scan) (1971), English
    141. Hartmann F. Stähelin, Cyclosporine (immunosuppressant) (1972), Swiss
    142. Martin Cooper et al., Cell (mobile) phone (1973), American
    143. Carr, Lauterbur & Mansfield, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (1973), American, English
    144. Steven Sasson, Digital camera (1975), American
    145. Steptoe & Edwards, In vitro fertilization (1977), British
    146. American Engineers, Space shuttle (1981), American
    147. Luc Montagnier et al., AIDS virus (1983), French
    148. Tim Berners-Lee, World Wide Web (1991), British
    149. Ian Wilmut, Cloning (1996), English
    150. Steve Jobs et al., i-Phone, i-Gadgets (2007), American
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    Here is many more I have put together. Is this a race that deserves to be wiped off the face of the planet? Only if you want to go back in the cave or tree. :eusa_shhh:

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    Would you include yourself somewhere on that list? Would they?
     
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    I'd include myself for sure.

    I brought 4 more whites into this world.
     
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    There's no critical thinkings on the left. Just a bunch of anti-white haters that blame whites for all the wrongs of this world.
     
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    Wow, you actually went to that page and reformatted all 150 of those names to make that nice, clean list. It would be something to be proud of if it was not so despicable.
     
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    Following invention, innovation and science is my hobby. Look at the science and technology forum to understand this. :eusa_boohoo:
     
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    lol these threads are still going
     
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    Better then bows to a rock 5 times a day and hating the west. :lol:
     
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    Why do you need to be all open about your white power on a forum? I'm white too, but I don't see that reason
     

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