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The computed axial tomography scan, or CAT scan, was developed at Tufts University in the UK by South African physicist Allan Cormack and Godfrey Hounsfield of EMI Laboratories. Their achievement secured them the 1979 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.

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I know the Chineese invented paper and even money. But could you specifie with like year, when it was invented, and pls get me wrong, there are a lot of inventions made by Chineese. I could even mention some, like black powdre. But what i asked for was some background, like name of the inventore, if there is one! like i know black powder could be hard and so couild paper, but at least some history behind it. Like leileilol at least you should have some history behind the inventions? And you as Chineese should have more knowledge then then some of us like the year and name of the inventore and why and how and such.

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Printing press (Johann Gutenberg, 1450)

Pocket watch (Peter Henlein, 1504)

Calculating machine (Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, 1671)

Blue Jeans (Levi Strauss, 1853)

Telephone (Philipp Reis, 1861)

Refrigerator (Karl von Linde, 1876)

Four-stroke internal combustion engine (Nikolaus August Otto, 1877)

Automobile engine (Karl Benz, 1879)

Automobile (Karl Benz & Otto Daimler, 1885)

Glider (Otto Lilienthal, 1891)

Diesel engine (Rudolf Diesel, 1893)

X-ray (Wilhelm Konrad Röntgen, 1895)

Computer (Konrad Zuse, 1941)

Guided missile (Wernher von Braun, 1942)

MP3 (Bernhard Grill, 1995)

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Printing press (Johann Gutenberg, 1450)

Pocket watch (Peter Henlein, 1504)

Calculating machine (Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, 1671)

Blue Jeans (Levi Strauss, 1853)

Telephone (Philipp Reis, 1861)

Refrigerator (Karl von Linde, 1876)

Four-stroke internal combustion engine (Nikolaus August Otto, 1877)

Automobile engine (Karl Benz, 1879)

Automobile (Karl Benz & Otto Daimler, 1885)

Glider (Otto Lilienthal, 1891)

Diesel engine (Rudolf Diesel, 1893)

X-ray (Wilhelm Konrad Röntgen, 1895)

Computer (Konrad Zuse, 1941)

Guided missile (Wernher von Braun, 1942)

MP3 (Bernhard Grill, 1995)

:cool::fist: take that, world! :fist::cool:

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