The Science Museum in London conducted a survey of 50,000 people in which they were asked to, of all scientific inventions in history that have been developed throughout history, chose which considered more important. 10,000 people chose the X-ray machine as the most important technological invention, leaving it first. Now step to enunciators Top10 list, but in the end want to see if the view Matt Ridley is met here. Ridley argues that many of the scientific inventions in history have not been made by scientists but by businessmen or men of business savvy. But now the list (and then…
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