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Which society made the most important contributions to human knowledge?

Originally published on Published Online: April 12, 2010 
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Which society made the most important contributions to human knowledge?

3 Responses to “Which society made the most important contributions to human knowledge?”

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    Jerry Parker says:

    Either the National Georgaphic Society or the British Explorer"s Club

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    Paul Leavoy says:

    The Arabian Caliphate for the broad adoption of paper and the creation of the Maktab and Madrasah.

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    James Creeden says:

    The Greeks for inventing Democracy and physics and philosophy and too many other contributions to easily list here!

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