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Saturday, 15 December 2018

0673  Greek fire was invented by Kallinikos of Heliopolis  Click To Send On Whatsapp

0724  liang Ling-Can invents the first fully mechanical clock  Click To Send On Whatsapp

0800  gunpowder in China  Click To Send On Whatsapp

0852  parachute was invented by Armen Firman  Click To Send On Whatsapp

0900  Horse collar in Europe  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1041  movable type printing press was invented by Bi Sheng  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1280  Eyeglasses  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1350  Suspension bridges in Peru  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1450  alphabetic, movable type printing press was invented by Johann Gutenberg  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1450  Johannes Gutenberg pioneers the modern printing press, using rearrangeable metal letters called movable type  Click To Send On Whatsapp

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1470  the first parachute is sketched on paper by an unknown inventor.  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1492  Nrnberg Terrestrial Globe by German mapmaker Martin Behaim  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1500  ball bearing was invented by Leonardo Da Vinci together with flying machines, including a helicopter, the first mechanical calculator and one of the first programmable robots  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1510  pocket watch was invented by Peter Henlein  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1530  gerardus Mercator helps to revolutionize navigation with better mapmaking.  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1540  ether was invented by Valerius Cordus  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1576  Ironclad warship was invented by Oda Nobunaga  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1581  Pendulum was invented by Galileo Galilei  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1590  a Dutch spectacle maker named Zacharias Janssen makes the first compound microscope.  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1593  thermometer was invented by Galileo Galilei  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1600  william Gilbert publishes his great book De Magnete describing how Earth behaves like a giant magnet. It's the beginning of the scientific study of magnetism.  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1608  Telescope was invented by Hans Lippershey  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1609  Microscope was invented by Galileo Galilei  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1620  slide rule was invented by William Oughtred  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1623  Mechanical calculator  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1642  adding machine was invented by Blaise Pascal  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1642  Adding machine  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1643  barometer was invented by Evangelista Torricelli  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1643  galileo's pupil Evangelista Torricelli builds the first mercury barometer for measuring air pressure.  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1645  vacuum pump was invented by Otto von Guericke  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1650  Christiaan Huygens develops the pendulum clock (using Galileo's earlier discovery that a swinging pendulum can be used to keep time)  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1657  pendulum clock was invented by Christiaan Huygens  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1671  gottfried Leibniz is known as one of the founding fathers of calculus  Click To Send On Whatsapp

1679  Pressure cooker was invented by Denis Papin  Click To Send On Whatsapp

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