All the most important human inventions of all time

All of the most important human inventions of all time that humans have invented by trial and error. In general, a rather interesting chronology of events, what is behind what, we read it deeply and gain knowledge)

600, 000 BC Fire-starting device

50, 000 BC Oil lamp

30, 000 BC Bow and Arrow - Africa

20, 000 BC Needle

13, 000 BC Harpoon - France

10.000 BC Fishing Net - Mediterranean

7.500 BC Boat - Eastern Mediterranean

4.000 BC Cosmetics - Egypt

4.000 BC Iron Ax - Mesopotamia

3.500 BC Jewelry - Mesopotamia

3.500 BC Plow - Mesopotamia

3.500 BC Cuneiform - Mesopotamia

3.200 Wheel - Mesopotamia

3.200 BC Ink - Egypt

3.000 BC Fishing hook - Scandinavia

3.000 BC Sword - Mesopotamia

About 3000 BC Skiing - Scandinavia

2.560 BC Great Pyramids of Giza, Egypt

2180 BC Tunnel under the Euphrates River - Babylon

2.000 BC Chariot - Mesopotamia

2.000 BC Ball - Egypt

2.000 BC Double Hole Button - Scotland

1, 500 BC Glass bottle - Egypt and Greece

1, 500 BC Wooden spoon - Greece and Egypt

1, 500 BC Scissors - China

1.350 BC Shower - Greece

About 1.300 BC First lunar calendar - Chang dynasty

1, 200 BC Bell - China

800 - 700 BC Iron Saw - Greece

700 BC First coin - Lydia, Southwest Asia

690 BC Aqueduct - Assyria

570 BC Hanging Gardens of Babylon - Nebuchadnezzar II

550 - 510 BC Geographic map - Greece

Around 550 BC Temple of Artemis, one of the seven wonders of the world - Ephesus, Turkey

Around 500 BC Chess - India

500 BC Carpet - China

400 BC Catapult - Greece

480 BC Panton Bridge - Persia

460 - 337 BC Hippocrates - Greek physician, nicknamed "the father of modern medicine"

Around 435 BC Statue of Zeus, one of the seven wonders of the world - Phidias, antique sculptor

352 BC Mausoleum in Halicarnassus, one of the seven chades of the world - Asia Minor, erected for the Mausoleum, king of Keria

300 BC Pharos lighthouse, one of the seven wonders of the world - Alexandria, Egypt

282 BC Colossus of Rhodes, one of the 7 wonders of the world, a giant statue of the Greek sun god Helios

100 BC Glassblowing - Phenicia in the Roman Empire

85 BC Water mill - China

AD 25 - 220 Saddle - China

1st century AD Shovel - Rome

1st century AD Central heating system - Roman Empire

2nd century AD First Atlas - Claudius Ptolemy, Egypt

500 Year Wooden Rake - Europe

650 Year Notes - Greece

683 Year Zero - Cambodia

650 year Windmill - Persia

950 Gunpowder - China

1090 Magnetic Compass - China and Arabia

1180 Ship's rudder - Arabia

1200 year Lupa - Robert Grossetest, English priest

1250 - 1300 Longbow - Wales, UK

1280 Cannon - China

13th century Paper money - China

14th Century Inventions:

Around 1400 Mirror - Venice, Italy

1450 Anemometer (instrument for measuring wind speed) - Leon Alberti Battista, Italian painter and architect

1455 Printing Press - Johannes Gutenberg, German printer

1450s Golf - Scotland

1462 Fernao Gemes - crossed the equator

Inventions of the 15th century:

15th century First parachute was drawn by Leonardo Da Vinci

15th century playing cards, France

Circa 15th century Piggy Bank - UK

Year 1500 Chemise - Europe

1543 Nicolaus Copernicus - Polish astronomer, creator of the theory of the heliocentric system

Mid 16th century Violin - Lombardy

1590 Microscope - Dutch opticians, Hans Janssen and his son Zachariah

1596 Toilet Bowl - John Harington, England

Inventions of the 16th century:

1608 Telescope - Hans Lippershey, Netherlands

1609 Galileo Galilei - Italian astronomer, constructed a telescope and discovered spots on the sun

1609 Newspaper - Julius Sonne, Germany

1614 Logarithmic Table - John Napier, Scottish mathematician

1622 Counting Machine - Wilhelm Schickard, Germany

1624 Submarine - Cornelius van Drebbel, Dutch inventor who served the British

1630 Obstetric Forceps - Peter Cheyberlen, English physician

1635 Tie - Croatia

1637 Umbrella - France

1656 Pendulum Clock - Christian Huygens, Dutch scientist

1698 Steam Boiler - Thomas Severy, English Engineer

1670 Megaphone - Samuel Morland, English engineer

1670 Champagne - Dom Perignon, French monk

1675 Pocket Watch - Christian Huygens, Dutch physicist, mathematician and astronomer

1687 Isaac Newton - English physicist, formulated the law of universal gravitation

1690 - 1700 Clarinet - Johann Krristopher Denner, Germany

Inventions of the 17th century:

1700 Lock and key

1714 Mercury thermometer - Gabriel D. Fahrenheit, German physicist

1718 Machine Gun - James Puckle, England

1720 Royal - Bartolomeo Cristofori, Italy

1731 Octant - John Hudley - (England) and Thomas Godfrey (USA)

1731 Sextant - John Headley, England

1735 Sea Boat - John Harrison, England

1736 Anders Celsius - Swedish astronomer, developed a centigrade thermometer

1752 Eraser - "Magellan", Portugal

1752 Lightning Rod - Benjamin Franklin, inventor and statesman

1760 Roller Skates - Joseph Merlin, Belgian musician

Sandwich 1762 - John Montague, 4th Earl of Sandwich, English aristocrat

1767 Puzzle - John Spilsbury, English teacher

1770 Porcelain Teeth - Alexis Duchateau, French pharmacist

1779 First Foundry Bridge - Bridge over the River Severn, UK1

1783 Louis Lenorant - first person to parachute jump, France

1783 Balloon - brothers Joseph and Etienne Montgolfier, French inventors

1784 Bifocal Lenses - Benjamin Franklin, inventor and statesman

1791 Theodolite, portable goniometer - Jesse Ramsden

1792 Ambulance - Dominique Larrey, French surgeon

Inventions of the 18th century:

Around 1800 Barometer - Luke Howard, Founder of Modern Meteorology, UK

1800 The first source of chemical current (volt pillar) - Alessandro Volta, Italian physicist

1803 Steam Engine - Richard Trevithick, English Engineer

1807 Gas Lantern - National Lighting and Heating Company, UK

1811 Food Canning - Nicholas Appert, France

1814 Chalkboard - James Pillans, Scottish teacher

1815 Miner's Lantern - Humphrey Davey, English chemist

1816 Stethoscope - Rene Laeneck, French physicist

1818 Revolver - Artemis Wheeler and Elisha Cooler, American Inventors

1819 Diving Suit - Augustus Siebe, German Mesanic

1819 Chocolate - Francois-Louis Cayet, Switzerland

1821 Electric Engine - Michael Faraday, English physicist and chemist

1823 Crying Dolls - Johann Maelsel, Belgium

1823 Rubberized Cloth - Charles Macintosh, Scottish Chemist

1825 Aluminum - Hans Oersted, Danish physicist

1827 Matches - John Walker, English chemist and pharmacist

1829 Tractor - "Case Company"

1829 Accordion - Cyrilus Demian, Austria

1830 Lawn Mower - Edwin Bird Budding, England

1831 Dynamo and Transformer - Michael Faraday, English physicist and chemist

1837 Telegraph - William Cook and Charles Wheatstone, Boitan inventors

1838 Harvester - John Heskoll and Hiram Moore, USA

1838 - 1842 Charles Wilkes - American explorer of the Antarctic coast

1839 Bicycle - Carcpatrick Macmillan, Scotland

1839 Steam Press - James Nesmith, England

1839 Rubber Vulcanization Process - Charles Nelson Gudier, American Inventor

Postage stamp 1840 - James Chalmer, Scottish publicist

1841 Saxophone - Anthony Sachs, Belgium Saxophone - Adolph Sachs (1814, 06 November - 1894, 07 February), Belgium

1844 Morse code - Samuel Morse, American artist and inventor

1844 Anasthesia - Horace Wells, American dentist

1846 Sewing Machine - Elias Howe, American inventor

1847 Aneroid Barometer - Lucien Vidi, France

1849 - 1896 Years of life of Otto Lilienthal - German engineer - the first aeronaut

1849 Charles Rowley (UK) Safety pin - Walter Hunt (USA) and

1850 Acoustic Guitar - Antonio de Torres

1852 Post Box - Guernsey, UK

1854 Paraffin Lamp - Abraham Gesner (USA) and James Young (England)

1854 Elevator - Eli Otis, American inventor

1854 Watermill - Isle of Man, UK

1856 - 1943 Nikola Tesla - Croatian American, electrician and inventor in the field of radio engineering

1856 First synthetic paint - William Perkin

1857 Toilet Paper - Joseph C. Guyetti, USA

1859 Charles Darwin - English naturalist, author of the theory of evolution

1860 Guillotine Knife - Henry Clayton

Postcard 1861 - John P. Charlton, USA

1861 Color photography - James Clerk Maxwell, Scottish physicist

1862 First Underground Road - London, UK

Drill 1863 - George Harrington, England

1866 Torpedo - Robert Whitehead

1867 Barbed Wire - Lucien Smith (USA)

1867 Baby Food - Gentry Nestlé, Swiss Chemist

1867 Dynamite - Alfred Nobel, Swedish engineer

1868 - 1874 Gustav Nachtigall - German explorer of Central Sahara

1868 Ferdinad Richtofer - German geographer, explorer of China

1868 Hydropower - Aristide Berger - French engineer

1869 Dmitry Ivanovich Mendeleev - Russian chemist, developed the periodic table of chemical elements

1860s Louis Pasteur - French chemist, developed the pasteurization process

1874 Jeans - Levi Strauss and Jacob Davis, USA

1875 One Price Selling System - Melville Stone (USA)

1876 ​​Telephone - Alexander Graham Bell, American physicist, born in Scotland

1877 Phonograph - Thomas Edison, American inventor

1879 Light Bulb - Thomas Edison. The discovery was based on a patent by the English scientist Joseph Sven

1879 Tram, Germany

1879 Soap - "Procter & Gamble"

1880 Ventilation System - Robert Boyle, British chemist and physicist

1880 Seismograph - John Milne, English scientist

1881 Trolleybus - Werner von Siemens, German electrical engineer

1882 Electric Iron - Henry W. Seeley, USA

1882 Robert Koch - German bacteriologist, discovered the causative agents of cholera and tuberculosis

1885 Internal Combustion Engine - Gottlieb Daimler, German engineer

1885 First car - Karl Benz, German mechanical engineer

1887 Rubber Tire - John Dunlop, Irish Veterinarian

1888 Gramophone - Emil Berliner, German American

1888 Fridtjof Nansen - Norwegian scientist and statesman, explored the Arctic and Greenland

1890 Hand Lantern - Conrad Hubert, Russian American

1890 Crossword - G. Airoldi, Italy

1890 - 1934 Sven Andres Hedin - Swedish explorer of Central Asia

1891 Basketball - James A. Naismith, USA

1891 Electric kettle - "Carpenter Electric Company", USA

1891 Electric Stove - Carpenter Company, USA

1892 Diesel Engine - Rudolf Diesel, German mechanical engineer

1893 Zipper - Whitcomb Judson, USA

1893 Industrial Air Filter, USA

1895 X-rays - Wilhelm Konrad Roentgen, German physicist

1895 Cinematography - the brothers Auguste and Louis Lumière, French entrepreneurs

1895 Popov Alexander Stepanovich - Russian inventor, invented radio

1899 Pneumatic Mail - Brooklyn, USA

1899 Aspirin - Felix Hoffman and Hermann Dreser, German chemists

Inventions of the 19th century:

1900 Paper clips - Johann Vaaler, Norway

1900 Speech Cinema - Leon Gaumont, France

1900 Airship - Ferdinand von Zeppelin - German airship designer

1901 Safety Razor - King Kemle Gillette, American merchant

1903 Orville and Wilbur Wright - American engineers who made the first flight in an airplane

1903 Colored crayons - "Krayola", USA

1904 Diode - John Ambrose Fleming, British electrical engineer

1906 Pianola-automatic machine - "Automatic Machinery and Tool Company", USA

1906 Fountain pen - Slavoljub Penkala, Serbian inventor

1907 Washing Machine - Alva J. Fisher

1908 Assembly Line - Henry Ford, American Engineer

1908 Geiger counter - German physicist Hans Geiger and W. Müller invented a device for detecting and measuring radioactivity

1909 Louis Bleriot - French engineer, flew over the English Channel

1909 Robert Edwin Peary - American explorer who first reached the North Pole

1910 Alfred Wegener - German geophysicist, author of the theory of continental drift

1910 Mixer - George Smith and Fred Osius, USA

1911 Roald Amundsen - Norwegian explorer, first reached the South Pole

1912 Robert Falcon Scott - British military officer, second to reach the South Pole

1912 Reflector - Belling Co., USA

1913 Autopilot - Elmer Speery (USA)

1915 Gas Mask - Fritz Haber, German chemist

1915 Cardboard Milk Bags - Van Wormer - USA

1915 Heat-resistant glassware - "Pyrex Corning Glass Works", USA

1916 Microphone - USA

1916 Tank - William Tritton, British designer

1917 Electric Lanterns for a Christmas Tree - Albert Sadakka, Spanish American

1917 Shock Therapy - UK

1920 Fen - "Racine Universal Motor Company", USA

1921 Albert Einstein - American physicist, originally from Germany, formulated the theory of relativity

1921 Lie Detector - John A. Larsen (USA)

1921 Toaster - Charles Straight (USA)

1924 Adhesive plaster - Josephine Dixon, USA

1926 Black and White Television - John Logie Baird, Scottish Inventor

1927 Artificial Respirator - Philip Drinker, American Medical Researcher

1928 Penicillin is the first antibiotic discovered by Alexander Fleming, a Scottish bacteriologist

1928 Chewing Gum - Walter E. Diemer, USA

1929 Yo-Yo - Pedro Flores, Philippines

1930 Multi-storey car park - Paris, France 1930 Electronic clock - Penwood Numecron

1930 Sticky Tape - Richard Drew, USA

1930 Frozen Convenience Food - Clarence Bearsay, USA

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1932 Parking meter - Carlton Magee, American inventor

1932 Electric Guitar - Adolphus Rickenbacket, USA

1933 - 1935 Radar - Rudolf Kühnhold and Robert Watson-Watt

1934 Nylon Stockings - Wallace Hume Carothers, American chemist

1936 Food baskets and carts - Silvan Goldman and Fred Young, USA

1938 Photocopier - Chester Carson, American lawyer, promoted the development of xerography

1938 Ballpoint Pen - Laszlo Biro

1939 DDT - Paul Müller and Weismann - Switzerland

1940 Mobile phone - Bell Telephone Laboratories, USA

1943 Aqualung - Jacques-Yves Cousteau, French oceanographer

1946 Electronic Computer - John Presper Eckert and John Moakley, USA

1946 Microwave - Percy LeBaron Spencer, USA

1948 Turntable - CBS Corporation, USA

1949, January 10 - Release begins - Vinyl Records

Firm RCA - 45 rpm

Columbia - 33.3 rpm

1950 Remote control - "Zenith Electronic Corporation", USA

1950 Credit Card - Ralph Schneider, USA

1951 Liquid Paper - Bette Nesmith Graham, USA

1952 Rubber Gloves - UK

1954 Transistor radio - "Regency Electronics", USA

1955 Lego Construction Set - Ole Kirk Christiansen, Denmark

1956 Contact Lenses, USA

1957 Ultrasound - Professor Ian Donald, Scotland

1957 Vivian Ernest Fuchs - first crossed Antarctica

1958 Barbie Doll - Ruud Handler, USA

Hula-Hoop 1958 - Richard P. Neer and Arthur Melvin, American Inventors

1959 Microchip - Jack Kilby, USA

1959 Hovercraft - Christopher Cockerell, British engineer

1960 Laser - Theodore Maiman, American physicist

1961 Space Shuttle, USA

1961 Alan Bartlett Shepard - the first American to go into space aboard the Freedom 7 capsule

1961 Yuri Alekseevich Gagarin - Russian cosmonaut, the first man in space

1962 John Herschel Glenn Jr. - the first American to fly around the Earth

1962 Industrial robots - "Unification", USA

1963 Cassette Recorder - Phillips, The Netherlands

1964 High Speed ​​Train - Japan

1965 Virtual Reality - Ivan Slacherland, American Scientist, Computer Specialist

1968 Computer Mouse - Douglas Engelbart

1969 First people. who set foot on the moon - American astronauts Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin

1970 Artificial Heart - Robert K. Jarvik, USA

1970 Fire alarm - Pitway Corporation, USA

1971 Bulletproof Vest - Stephanie Kwolek, American chemist who invented fiber

1972 Computer Games - Nolan Bushnell, USA

1973 Wobot, the first humanoid robot - Japan

1977 Internet - Vinton Cerf, USA

1978 Personal Computer - Steven Jobs and Stefan Wozniak

1979 Music player - "Sony", Japan

1980 Rubik's Cube - Hungarian Professor Erno Rubik

1981 Camcorder - "Sony", Japan

1981 CD - Japan and the Netherlands

1983 Satellite TV - US Satellite Communication Inc., USA

1988 Airbags - Toyota, Japan

1980s Laptop - Cleve Sicklear, UK

1998 Mad Dog 2 Solar Vehicle - UK