Great inventions of your nation

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Dahlis, Feb 25, 2007.

  1. #26 CitroenSM, Feb 25, 2007
    Last edited by a moderator: Apr 25, 2016
    You seriouslly need to go back to school!
    "Whats the 5 most important inventions done in your country (in your opinion"

    Five, you know the number of fingers you have on your hand.

    Edit : and btw most of them are'nt even Canadian inventions. <A BORDER="0" HREF=""><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/tongue.gif"></A>
  2. there's a debate about the paper clip.
  3. Electricity is older than Australia.
  4. Sweden

    1. Dynamite
    2. Paper money (the bank note)
    3. Pacemaker
    4. celsius thermometer
    5. Computer mouse
  5. Yes, but the efficient use of it isn't.
  6. The Leyden jar arguably started a paradigm shift. That's a big big big biggie for you guys.
  7. poutine
    beavers lol.
  8. This post is further proof that it's one of the best.
  9. i actually have no idea what a leyden jar is.
  10. Thats like Norways 3rd biggest pride after ski sport and the cheese slicer. lol
  11. Canola is missing from the Canada list, which has had a MASSIVE impact on agriculture globally
  12. there was an american that came up with the same idea at the same time, so it's not sure wether it was the norwegian or the american <A BORDER="0" HREF=""><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/wink.gif"></A>
  13. It's an archaeic battery.
  14. Light bulb, telephone, basketball
    Edison did not invent the light bulb.
  15. there is the lusekofta aswell
  16. ah ok.

    we also invented the firebrigade btw.
  17. Liberty.
    Fake tits.
    Taco Bell.
    Barrett M82.
  18. #$%# YEAH!
  19. how are they not canadian? because a canadian didn't patent it first?
  20. Didn't China invest paper money?
  21. China invented both Paper, and Paper Money.

    European traders brought it back to Europe along the silk road.
  22. The "zoom" to boil water.
  23. Nothing is gonna top the first farking battery. Being able to store electricity for later use is the foundation of modern technology.
  24. i think what our country did with so little people is pretty amazing.

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