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Most important invention made in Poland


Rafal_1981  
10 Mar 2009 /  #31
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aeroscope
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nagra
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delta_wing
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_laser
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polish_mine_detector

to name a few..I don't know which one is the most important.
Help me to choose! ;-D
Polonius3 994 | 12,367  
14 Mar 2009 /  #32
-- Petroleum indsutry: Ignacy £ukasiewicz developed first oil well and paraffin-oil lamp in Poland's Krosno area.
-- Reverse Polish notation: the principle at the basis of the pocket calculator.
-- Cracking the enigma code saved countless Allied lives in WW2 (3 Polish mathematicians).
z_darius 14 | 3,965  
18 Jul 2009 /  #33
I just invented a computerized cat fur brush.

Materials used:

1.8 GHz AMD Athlon processor
Cherry wood
Carnauba wax
Superglue

The cat seems to like it. It's effective and and pretty fast - it operates at 1.8 GHz after all.

I think this will revolutionize the pet grooming industry.









Bzibzioh  
18 Jul 2009 /  #34
What about Esperanto and that - what his name? - Ludwik Zamenhoff or something. Not much in use but still first effort in international language.
PolishNutjob 1 | 74  
19 Jul 2009 /  #35
The clothes dryer and the automatic change dispenser.
Eurola 4 | 1,902  
19 Jul 2009 /  #36
I just invented a computerized cat fur brush.

Love it! I can see the cat does too. Adorable!
You need to be in the almighty and powerful wikipedia now. :)
adrian11224 7 | 41  
19 Jul 2009 /  #37
You guys know what Poles invented ?? THe most AMAZING SONGS THAT I WILL INVENT!!!! I AM SOO GOOD.. YOU GUYS ARE BEAT... ALL those Great rappers in Poland.. props.. nuy their albums... but the ghetto / hood / ulicy are just the same here in NYC

I live it all and I write it all my songs will be greater than all because the USA is greater than all be sure your ready for em thought because the patriotism you sill derive from my music WILL make you beyond belief strong.

I know my purpose in my life and its to lead. Pilsudski is my idol but I must overthrow and overdue his accomplishments over him. Don't yall see???.. that power that makes you want to scream out if your passion.. work for it work.. towards it... its your people that CAN one day live in utopia and LIVE togeather in one PLACE IN PEACE.

If it can be IMAGINED it can be done.

Please remember my name I want to be remembered one day as a famous thinker. My name is SamuraiPollack search it on youtube..

Pozdrowienia of Coney Island NY

oh yeah plus im pretty sure Poles invented the way of screweing in a lightbulbs by using three people.

did you hear this one ?

Two Poles are carrying a two by four through their work building.Suddenly the manager comes out of nowhere and asks why are both of you Poles carrying this light and easy to carry two by four in a pair ??/ The worker in front says because the third worker is out sick today.
Totem Pole - | 4  
19 Jul 2009 /  #38
krysia
sand-paper toilet paper

I't is still better than "see through swiss cheese holes style toilet paper"

hot girls

My grand grand father told me in secret that it was not an invention, it was an accident ;)

Modern oil lanp, Rad, Polon, and Cracking the Enigma

Agree
osiol 55 | 3,921  
19 Jul 2009 /  #39
a wheel

A wheel? Just one wheel? Is the unicycle a Polish invention?
philipdd - | 1  
25 Aug 2009 /  #40
OMG! you forgot the most important of all...

Enigma Machine

Then england bought the blue prints and just altered it a bit...so it's definitly thanks to polish people
Harry  
25 Aug 2009 /  #41
Enigma Machine

Then england bought the blue prints and just altered it a bit...so it's definitly thanks to polish people

Idiot.
gozared - | 1  
28 Aug 2009 /  #42
Philipdd altered the history, but Polish reference to enigma is true.

Enigma was a major problem for the alliance intelligence department; therefore they put a lot of effort to break Nazi’s coded messages. And that were the Polish code breakers who first deciphered Enigma coded messages, and designed a fully operational copy of the original enigma. What in the end shortened the WW2 itself.

British claim that they first deciphered enigma, but they never refer to Polish blueprints they got their hands on before deciphering anything – history can be altered so easily…

To not stay in this gloomy WW2 topic I’ll humbly inform You about more up-to-date Polish creation. Polish scientists had a great influence on the development of the blue laser, now commonly used in BluRay disc readers. Idea itself was Japanese, but it was the Polish scientists who improved the technology enough to allow the construction of efficient blue laser, and in the end The PS3 console :)
1jola 14 | 1,879  
28 Aug 2009 /  #43
No, no, the Poles invented the Enigma and then cracked the code. We are very clever people.
Jay24 12 | 64  
28 Aug 2009 /  #44
the automatic change dispenser

Which I'm sure would get all moody, request the correct change and then spit the same change back at you.
SeanBM 35 | 5,806  
30 Aug 2009 /  #46
Esperanto

Esperanto was developed in the late 1870s and early 1880s by Dr. Ludovic Lazarus Zamenhof, a Jewish ophthalmologist from Bialystok, at the time part of the Russian Empire.

Wiki
yehudi 1 | 433  
31 Aug 2009 /  #47
Esperanto was a nice idea but turned out to be a pretty useless invention, didn't it.
I'd vote for gefilte fish.
Marcus Cygy 1 | 4  
7 Sep 2009 /  #48
Didn't know about some of these things. Interesting stuff.
szczeciniak 4 | 92  
12 Sep 2009 /  #49
there was a program on discovery channel
with who invented what.
one of the question was: who invented boomerang?
well i should know that qustion!! right!! australian aborigines!!
to my surprise i was wrong! it was fund to be used in poland long before aborigines
but they did not say that it was invented in poland.

ha, how aboute that!!!!!
krysia 23 | 3,058  
12 Sep 2009 /  #50
Esperanto

My father wrote a book about it, was popular at first, he had orders from around the world. Now we got boxes of them sitting in the basement
Harry  
12 Sep 2009 /  #51
Should have gone down the print on demand route! Not that PoD is particularly wonderful. I'll certainly never be getting into self-publishing.

But to try to be helpful: does he have a website? A halfway decent website would probably shift a fair few copies. There are also quite a few books about Esperanto on ebay, why not try listing ten copies there with a buy it now price of ten bucks? If they go well, you can up the price a bit. The only thing worse than books going unread is books going unread when you've paid for them!
Juche 9 | 292  
12 Sep 2009 /  #52
Most important polish invention

those slippers you used to have to put on when entering museums
aphrodisiac 11 | 2,437  
12 Sep 2009 /  #53
ha, ha, so true!!!!!!!
Those things are dangerous

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