The White European Caucasian people should be extremely proud of the inventions they have created, some of which have changed the world. For example, the next time you are behind the wheel of your car, remember this a European invention. Next time you get on a plane to go on holiday, another European invention.
A vast majority of scientific discoveries, inventions, and technologies which have changed and benefited the world population can be attributed to our people. There is a promising future ahead ready to continue benefiting the world if we can stop our genocide in time.
White Europeans Inventions
Europe. Oldest Writing in the World
(Produced by March of the Titans)
Europe. Nebra Sky Disk
Europe. The Antikythera Mechanism has been called the world's OLDEST computer and now a group of researchers say, it was used to predict the future.
Europe. The Viking Sword
Wind Powered Sawmill
Fun fact: the Dutch invented and developed the crankshaft to turn circular motion into vertical motion for wind-powered sawmills to work. Turn that principle around and you've got an engine!
George Westinghouse disliked (((bankers))) and took good care of his employees. God bless this man he never let the evilness of jews controle him if only their was more bad goyim like him the world would be a beautiful place
My great grandfather and George Westinghouse were good friends. He and four other men helped Westinghouse build the first air brake, my great grandfather being the machinist involved.
If you follow through on this time in history, the same thing happened back then. JP Morgan, the largest private banker of his time, forced Westinghouse to transfer all of Teslas patents to him under threat of lawsuits that were sure to bankrupt Westinghouse if he didn't comply.
Britain. Swanton Pacific Railroad owned by Cal Poly University, featuring Pacifics built by Louis MacDermot for the 1915 Panama Pacific Exposition in San Francisco, CA. Now residing in Swanton, CA on the former ranch of Al Smith, proprietor of Orchard Supply Hardware.
Britain. What an incredible sight in the 21st Century To commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the the end of the First World War and to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Great Dorset Steam Fair. A special WW1 Convoy was organised to run from the Tank museum at Bovington to Tarrant Hinton at the Show Ground. This film covers the the convoys journey from Bovington to Blandford Forum.
Impressions of steam locomotives, wood sawing, pulling, music playing, stationary steam engines, steam cars, steam buses short: a somkey thing.
Impressions of steam locomotives, wood sawing, pulling, music playing, stationary steam engines, steam cars and steam buses
United States. In honor of the 150th Anniversary of the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad we produced a new segment on a reenactment we filmed back in 2003. This segment along with may others will be coming out on PBS this June in our new special, "150 Years on the Right Track."
Links About Modern Invention
The Wrights flew in December 1903. They flew the next year and the next year in Ohio. They then flew in 1908 in France demonstrating full control and development. They had an aircraft that worked from the start; and refining essentially the same design they repeated the achievement again and again. They could prove their capability at will; as with a real scientific accomplishment.
Wings: The Giants - flying boats series, episode 4
During WWII my father, a Navy Pharmacist's Mate (3), was at the Oakland Naval Hospital in California. The Martin Mars seaplanes were used to carry the worst of the wounded from places like Iwo Jima home to America. The Mars seaplanes landed on San Francisco Bay and docked at the Alameda Naval Air Station. My father met the seaplane with his "fleet" of six $1800 Packard ambulances, each of which could carry 4 stretcher cases. Dad would go aboard the seaplane and talk to the nurse who traveled with the wounded. He would learn who the "worst of the worst" were and they would go in the ambulance with the softest springs. The ambulances would then crawl six miles up to the hospital, sometimes as slow as ten miles an hour (to avoid jostling the patients). All this he described in letters home to my mother (I wasn't born yet), who fortunately saved everything.
The story of the Boeing B-29 Superfortress and how the Soviets stole it. This video is dedicated to my friend, Pat Huey who taught me how to fly. He flew the B-29 "Fifi". Rest in Peace my dear friend.
German European Inventions
Creature Technology is the world’s top animatronics company that makes giant dinosaurs, bears, gorillas, and whatever else museums and amusement parks.
Image courtesy of the National Youth Front