Most Important Inventions
Posted on October 26, 2013 at 11:55 am by and

My grandpa’s most important invention during his lifetime is the computer and the smart phone.

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My other grandpa wrote his answer in an email to my mom, “The most significant invention created in my lifetime was the heart-lung machine, which enabled surgeons to perform open-heart surgery, and without which I would have probably died 15 or more years ago. So, you see, it’s the most important invention TO ME. You might explain that the heart-lung machine circulates the blood throughout your body during surgery, while the surgeons perform the heart operation. You will recall that I had my procedure June 10, 1992.”

Marielle Carving Francinaldo's Ear
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What do you think is the most important invention that has happened during your life?



Comments so far:

  1. Link Here | November 4, 2013,

    WOW! I really like how they changed the I-phone into a pool. I also liked how they used a bit of chewing gum as a diving board. Its very creative. Keep posting those great blogs because I like reading them.

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    Caleb E

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