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Artur Fischer ♦ German inventor, his most famous invention is the grey "S Plug" (Split-)Wallplug made from plastic materials (Polyamide) and is available in various shapes and sizes since 1958 (see dowel). He held over 1100 patents and overtook Thomas Alva Edison, who held 1093 patents. Fischer also held 5867 trade rights and invented fischertechnik.

Artur Fischer ♦ German inventor, his most famous invention is the grey "S Plug" (Split-)Wallplug made from plastic materials (Polyamide) and is available in various shapes and sizes since 1958 (see dowel). He held over 1100 patents and overtook Thomas Alva Edison, who held 1093 patents. Fischer also held 5867 trade rights and invented fischertechnik.

Image description: In 1817, Karl Drais, a young inventor in Baden, Germany, designed and built a two-wheeled, wooden vehicle that was straddled and propelled by walking swiftly. Drais called it the laufmaschine or “running machine.”  By 1818, the draisine craze reached the United States, but the high cost of the vehicle, combined with its lack of practical value, made it little more than an expensive toy. The two-wheeled vehicle would not become sustained until pedals were added in the l

In Karl Drais, a young inventor in Baden, Germany, designed and built a two-wheeled, wooden vehicle that was straddled and propelled by walking swiftly. Drais called it the laufmaschine or “running machine.

El invento el primer aparato volador. Que lamentablemente no funciono. Pero de ahí se inventaron los aviones de ahora.

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Leonardo da Vinci’s plans for an ornithopter, a flying machine kept aloft by the beating of its wings;

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#Original copy Nov. 28, 1814 The Times of London, printed using the first mass automatic printing: a steam-press (Invented by two Germans, Koenig & Bauer).     #thetimes #london #todayinhistory #press #print #history #printing #printer #technology #industrialrevolution #england #steam #newspaper #news #media #germany #deutschland #inventions #inventors #mass #read #culture #times #uk

#Original copy Nov. 28, 1814 The Times of London, printed using the first mass automatic printing: a steam-press (Invented by two Germans, Koenig & Bauer). #thetimes #london #todayinhistory #press #print #history #printing #printer #technology #industrialrevolution #england #steam #newspaper #news #media #germany #deutschland #inventions #inventors #mass #read #culture #times #uk

Emile Berliner | Biography for Kids (Scheduled via TrafficWonker.com)

Emile Berliner or Emil Berliner (May 1851 – August was a German-born American inventor. He is best known for developing the disc record gramophone (phonograph in American English).

Beulah Henry (1887-1973) would be famous. Though she had a role in over 100 inventions—the can opener, inflatable doll, hair curlers, the vacuum ice cream freezer, and the “protograph” (a primitive photocopying machine) —she only has 49 US patents.

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Beulah Henry Though she had a role in over 100 inventions—the can opener, inflatable doll, hair curlers, the vacuum ice cream freezer, and the “protograph” (a primitive photocopying machine) —she only has 49 US patents.

"Hedy Lamarr is said to have tipped the balance of WWII. She was the co-inventor of an early form of wireless communication. Her invention allowed shortwave radio communication on the battle field. She gave the invention, for no compensation, to the US Government. The Germans did not yet have this capability."

Hollywood leading lady Hedy Lamarr is said to have tipped the balance of WWII. The co-inventor of an early wireless form of communication; her invention allowed short-wave radio communications on the field.

The rather creepy 19th-century machine that spoke with a human voice

The rather creepy 19th-century machine that spoke with a human voice

Euphonia Speaking Machine “ German inventor Joseph Faber’s Talking Machine, known as “Euphonia,” was able to speak sentences in a human if monotone voice. It is “… a speech synthesizer. By pumping air.

Rudolf Christian Karl Diesel, born March 18, 1858, was a German inventor and mechanical engineer, famous for the invention of the Diesel engine

Rudolf Christian Karl Diesel, born March was a German inventor and mechanical engineer, famous for the invention of the Diesel engine. For all you Diesel-punks!

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The the world's first freely programmable computer, designed by German engineer Konrad Zuse

Ernst Werner Siemens, von Siemens since 1888, (13 December 1816 – 6 December 1892) was a German inventor and industrialist. Siemens' name has been adopted as the SI unit of electrical conductance, the siemens. He was also the founder of the electrical and telecommunications company Siemens.

Ernst Werner Siemens – was a German inventor and industrialist. Siemens’s name has been adopted as the SI unit of electrical conductance, the siemens. He was also the founder of the electrical and telecommunications company Siemens.

Johannes Gutenberg was the man who introduced "Printing" to Europe. He started the "Printing Movement" upon his introduction to movable type printing and is widely known to be the most important invention in the second millennium.   His many inventions include the invention of a process for mass-producing movable type, the use of oil-based ink for printing books, adjustable molds, mechanical movable type, etc.

Johann Gutenberg invented a printing press that put the Bible in the hands of everyday people. Thank God for creating Johann Gutenberg!

World’s First Motorcycle (1885) – Daimler’s riding car    The First Motorcycle was designed and built by the German inventors Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach in Bad Cannstatt (Stuttgart) in 1885. It was essentially a motorised bicycle, although the inventors called their invention the Reitwagen (“riding car”). It was also the first petroleum-powered vehicle.

World’s First Motorcycle (1885)

The World’s First Motorcycle was designed and built by the German inventors Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach in Bad Cannstatt (Stuttgart) in It was essentially a motorised bicycle.

'What if I told you that this drug was once called a “wonder drug,” by its inventor, and doctors? Well it was.  In 1897, Heinrich Dreser of the German pharmaceutical company, Bayer, who had just that same year invented aspirin, came up with the drug we know today as Heroin.'

Gorgeous Vintage Advertisements for Heroin, Cannabis and Cocaine

Antique Bayer Heroin Bottle - By heroin, which was often advertised as a cough suppressant, could only legally be obtained in the US with a prescription. Heroin was banned for medicinal use in the US in

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