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From the time you were born, until today, what is the most important scientific advance for you personally?

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From the time you were born, until today, what is the most important scientific advance for you personally?


7 Responses to “From the time you were born, until today, what is the most important scientific advance for you personally?”


  1. 1
    Mike H. says:

    the microchip

  2. 2
    Darryl MacDonald says:

    The Transister

  3. 3
    richard says:

    THE VIDEO TAPE OR DVD
    I AM A SELF THOUGHT CINEMA HISTORIAN AND COLLECTOR
    AND THIS IS A DREAM

  4. 4
    Catherine says:

    As we are immersed in a vast universe of technology, it is virtually impossible to pick only one. I agree that all of the above have made a significant and positive contribution to my quality of life. To those I would have to add three, without which my life would have been poorer. First, in line with what Richard chose, I'd have to include the CD. (Damn I hated phonograph records!) And, on a medical front, I'd have to add the birth control pill and laperoscopc surgery. I know I could think of dozens more, but I'll leave it at that.

  5. 5
    cmhicksusmc says:

    Lasik now i can see!!!

  6. 6
    Joe says:

    two-ply toilet paper!

  7. 7
    Bushman Bob says:

    The invention of an internal cardiac defibrillator.



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