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Inventions and discoveries in our life presented by Nelly Ceciui, at the ETRC

Inventions and discoveries in our life presented by Nelly Ceciui, at the ETRC

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  • 1. Inventions & Discoveries that Have Changed People’s Life
    Nelly Chechuy
  • 2. All our discoveries today are based on the ideas of men who lived before us; and without their groundwork, modern inventions would have been impossible.
  • 3. FAMOUS INVENTORS
  • 4. Albert Einstein
  • 5. Theory of Relativity
  • 6. Thomas Edison
  • 7. Light Bulbs
  • 8. Isaac Newton
  • 9. Laws of Motion
    Newtons Telescope
  • 10. Levi Strauss
  • 11. Jeans
  • 12. James Naismith
  • 13. Basketball
  • 14. Nathaniel Wyeth
  • 15. The plastic soda bottle
  • 16. Elisha Otis
  • 17. Otis elevator
  • 18. Orville & Wilbur Wright
  • 19.
  • 20. Alexander Graham Bell
  • 21. Telephone
  • 22. Cell Phone Culture
    Since its invention in the second half of the nineteenth century, the telephone has become part of the everyday lives of billions of people around the world. - at least in richer countries.
    In the twentieth century cellular phones start to replace the fixed phones.
  • 23. Cell Phone Culture
    Cell phones have become associated with qualities of mobility and portability and became an example ‘digital technology’ or ‘new media’
  • 24.
  • 25.
  • 26. CHINDOGU
    THE ART OF SILLY & USELESS INVENTIONS
  • 27. ‘Chindogu' is the Japanese word meaning the art of useless idea.
    A Chindogu cannot be for real use.
    A Chindogu must exist.
    Chindogu are tools for every day life.
    Chindogu are not for sale.
    Chindogu cannot be patented.
  • 28. The noodle eater’s hair guard
  • 29. DUSTER SLEEPERS
  • 30. FOOD COOLER
  • 31. Back Scratcher's T-Shirt.The solution to infernal itching
  • 32. Portable officeFinally the essential accessory of the businessman's uniform, the neck tie, is of practical use.
  • 33. Personal rain saver
  • 34. Hay Fever Hat
  • 35. Portable Zebra Crossing
  • 36. Solar powered lighter
  • 37. “We progress when we
    think more and better.”
    -Plato
  • 38. NOW IT’S YOUR TURN!

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