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What invention did the most to change history?

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What invention did the most to change history?

11 Responses to “What invention did the most to change history?”

  1. 1
    Ed Hamilton says:

    The wheel

  2. 2
    Jerry Parker says:

    The transistor

  3. 3
    Chuck says:

    The gun so that we can still have wild game in Montana

  4. 4
    Hugo says:

    The use of electricity

  5. 5
    Ryan Anderson says:

    The printing press

  6. 6
    Jessica says:

    I have to agree with the printing press

  7. 7
    Bogdan says:

    The wheel

  8. 8
    Gordon H. says:

    Black powder. So we could shoot the game in montana.

  9. 9
    Amadeo Villanueva says:

    The invention of fire to cook our T-Bone steaks.

  10. 10
    HueChi Chang says:

    Light bulb exactly.

  11. 11
    shawn says:

    video games

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