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First text on Nov 16th 2000, 01:48:45 wrote
Matthew J. Hall about invention
Latest text on Nov 15th 2011, 11:17:45 wrote
engineer about invention
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on Nov 15th 2011, 11:17:45 wrote
engineer about invention

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Matthew J. Hall wrote on Nov 16th 2000, 01:48:45 about


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Necessity is the mother of invention.

The act of finding out or inventing; contrivance or construction of that which has not before existed; as, the invention of logarithms; the invention of the art of printing.

We invent things because they were not previously in existence. It is the very nature of the human condition that we wonder what has not been wondered before and by the power of our thoughts and the conviction of our ideas we can bring about entirely new things.

In other words, we all love to tinker, toy with ideas and just plain make stuff up.

houska wrote on Mar 3rd 2001, 00:55:05 about


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Some ask why there was a father of invention. Why not? we say everything else has a father, why not invention too?

Cliff wrote on May 14th 2002, 13:22:13 about


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many inventions are repeats of things things that have been done in the past. some other things called inventions are actually discoveries.

Sunshine wrote on Jan 7th 2002, 16:58:53 about


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The opposite of invention is group amnesia. Once useful things, which no longer have any relevance may be forgotten, even by historians and archaeologists.

typoMatic wrote on Apr 7th 2001, 01:51:26 about


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on Mar 7th 2001, 22:10:54, the old pirate wrote the following about


Voltaire poohed any argument about the existence of God. If God does not exist, he reasoned, no matter – we would still invent Him.

[escape links: Half | Smoke | President | Village | Guideline]

[[..I believe Goethe also said if God didn't exist, it would be necessary to / or / man would (have) invented Him..]]

maren wrote on May 26th 2003, 16:19:03 about


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invention is when an idea comes alive

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