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The Most Important Invention

The most important inventions are –

1. Spectacles with curved glass – Salvino Armado from Italy in the year 1285

2. Printing Press – Caxton from Germany in the year 1450

3. Watch – Peter Henlein from Germany in the year 1500

4. Microscope – Z. Jansen from Netherlands in the year 1590

5. Telescope – Galiles from Italy in the year 1609

6. Barometer – E. Torricelli from Italy in the year 1643

7. Air Pump – Von Guerick from Germany in the year 1650

8. Clock and Pendulum – G. Huygens from Netherlands  in the year 1656

9. Blast Furnace – Abraham and Darby from United Kingdom in the year 1700

10. Mercury Thermometer – G. D. Fahrenheit from Germany in the year 1714

11. Steam Engine – James Watt from Scotland in the year 1765

12. Spinning Jenny – J. Hargreaves from England in the year 1767

13. Watch ( Self winding ) -Lewis Recordon from England in the year 1780

14. Baloon – Montgolfier brothers from France in the year 1783

15. Parachute – F. Blanchard from France in the year 1785

16. Cotton Gin – Eli Whitney from U. S. A in the year 1793

17. Ball Bearing – Vanghan from Britain in the year 1794

18. Locomotive – R. Trevithick from England in the year 1801

19. Steamboat – Robert Fulton from U. S. A in the year 1803

20. Safety Lamp – Sir H. Davy from England in the year 1816

21. Stethoscope – Laennec from France in the year 1819

22. Railroad – G. Stephenson from England in the year 1825

23. Electro – Magnet – W. Sturgeon from England in the year 1825

24. Camera ( Photographic ) – Joseph Nippce from France 1826

25. Match Friction – John Walker from England in the year 1827

26. Electric Generator – Michael Faraday from England in the year 1831

27. Telegraph – Samuel Morse from U. S. A in the year 1832

28. Refrigeration ( Mechanical ) – Parkins from U. S. A  in the year 1834

29. Reaper – C. McCormich from U. S. A in the year 1834

30. Revolver – Colt from U. S. A in the year 1835

31. Photography ( Black and White ) – Louis Daguerre from France in the year

1837

32. Kalidoscope – David brewster from England in the year 1837

33. Rubber ( Vulcanized form ) – G. Goodyear from U. S. A in the year 1849

34. Bicycle – Macmillan from Scotland in the year 1842

35. Cinemascope – Aspdin from England in the year 1845

36. Safety pin – Walter hunt from U. S. A in the year 1849

37. Gyroscope – l. Foucalt from France in the year 1852

38. Gas Stove – Robert Bunsen from Germany in the year 1855

39. Converter – Sir H. Bessemer from Germany in the year 1856

40. Elevator – E. G. Otis from U. S. A in the year 1857

41. Spectroscope – Bunsen from Germany in the year 1859

42. Dynamo – Picinotti from Italy in the year 1860

43. Machine Gun – R. J. Gatting from U. S. A in the year 1861

44. Torpedo – Whitehead from England in the year 1866

45. Dynamite – Alfred Nobel from Sweden in the year 1866

46. Sewing Machine – Elias Howe from U. S. A in the year 1866

47. Typewriter – C. Sholes from U. S. A in the year 1868

48. Air Brake ( Rails ) – G. Westinghouse from U. S. A in the year 1868

49. Plastic ( Celluloid ) – John W. Hyatt from U. S. A in the year 1869

50. Celluloid – John W. Hyatt from U. S. A in the year 1870

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