Thanks for your apt demonstration of your abject ignorance and lack of education. We can see why you are working at McD's, and you are a prime example that not all individuals are even worth the current minimum wage.<quoted text>
ALL you mentions came from Chinese man way before European "inventions " LOL
In 1885, German mechanical engineer, Karl Benz designed and built the world's first practical automobile
to be powered by an internal-combustion engine.
The first realistic proposal of spaceflight goes back to Konstantin Tsiolkovsky. His most famous work,
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priborami, or The Exploration of Cosmic Space by Means of Reaction Devices), was published in 1903, but this theoretical work was not widely influential outside of Russia.
Spaceflight became an engineering possibility with the work of Robert H. Goddard's publication in 1919 of his paper "A Method of Reaching Extreme Altitudes".
the oldest existing evidence of a very extraordinary practice, that of trephining. Neolithic skulls with disks of bone removed have been found in nearly all parts of the world. Many careful studies have been made of this procedure, particularly by the great anatomist and surgeon, Paul Broca, and M. Lucas-Championnière has covered the subject in a monograph.2 Broca suggests that the trephining was done by scratching or scraping,
but, as Lucas-Championnière holds, it was also done by a series of perforations made in a circle with flint instruments, and a round piece of skull in this way removed; traces of these drill-holes have been found.
The operation was done for epilepsy, infantile convulsions, headache, and various cerebral diseases believed to be caused by confined demons, to whom the hole gave a ready method of escape.