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    Posted: 11 Jun 2011 at 19:08
I admire Argentinean scientists. Somehow, in such a country, in a permanent almost-developed state, they have managed to get several nobel prizes, develop inventions, send a monkey to space, made a try to develop fusion energy (unfortunatelly the German scientist they contracte was really mad), etc.

But now they have done something really cool: they have now cows genetically modified with human genes to produce human milk!  Amazing isn't? Since Crete's minotaur nobody had attempted something like that, mixing human and cow genes. LOL

http://www.euronews.net/2011/06/10/cloned-cow-produces-human-breast-milk/

Yes, I know, Chinese also developed it and anounced it this year, but Argentineans made it by themselves.




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These are some other argentinean inventions

Dactilloscopy fingerprinting system Juan Vucetich 1891
First efficient blood transfusion method Luís agote 1914
First efficient safe helicopter Raúl Pateras de Pescara 1916
First animated cartoon film Quirino Christiani 1917
Nocturnal aeronavigation system Vicente Almandos Almonacid 1925
Colectivo Ángel di Cesare and ALejandro Castelvi 1928
Surgery instruments still used today Enrique Finochietto 1930
Ballpoint pen Ladislao Biro 1940

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Here, some of the inventions. Quirino Christiani, the creator of the first animated movies.




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OP badly needs some new material.
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For one last time "countries" do not "invent" anything and the refinement of techniques and the application of developing technologies are not "inventions" but interconnected processes that have nothing to do with nationalities!  
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Here you start again, doc?
The only purpose of this thread is to show that there is a strange drive for invention in Argentina.
That's something legitimate to do, given the idea that Americans and Argentineans have about Argentina as a loser country, and an example of failure.

Another invention that was developed and spread from Argentina: the ball pen and the roller ball deodorant. Laszlo Biro, an hungarian inventor, moved to Argentina and spread this invention.

The first ball pen made in Argentina: the birome














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I trust the heading to this thread is a mistake, unless pinguin is really pessimistic about the future of inventivess in Argentina.
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Last up to this time. The more recent would be better, I guess.

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By the way, this invention has surprised me as well. It seems Argentineans had an early inventor of helicopters.




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Pateras Pescara and his technology is totally irrelevant to Argentina! Born in Buenos Aires of Italian immigrant parentage in 1890, his parents actually returned to Europe in 1901! He never set foot in Argentina ever again and he patented the "rational Helicopter" in the Spain of 1919! All of his patents were registered in France by the way... so let's forego any further efforts to resucitate the corpse of Science as a nationalist phenomenom.
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Give me a break. Try to convince Argentineans.
By the way, most of Latin American inventors made theirs careers abroad, like Santos Du mont, Pedro Paulet and others. Which is not strange at all. Even Spaniards had to make theirs careers abroad as you know, in France, like is the case of Monturiol, Ramon y Cajal and many others.

By to dispell any doubts, let's talk about another inventor that has international recognition: Juan Vucetich, inventor of fingerprinting.




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Again you ignore the principal point so as to pursue your escapades. Tell me the school Vucetich attended in Argentina that so enlightened him and try not to be too Pudd'Head Wilson about it.
 
And it is needless to say there you go again with the "invent" biz.
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Originally posted by drgonzaga drgonzaga wrote:

Again you ignore the principal point so as to pursue your escapades. Tell me the school Vucetich attended in Argentina that so enlightened him and try not to be too Pudd'Head Wilson about it.
 
 
He was a foreigner nationalized Argentinean. If you want criollo Argentineans, well, what about Francisco Avolio, inventor of the first hydropneumatic shock absorver in 1929.
 
 
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Evasive as ever and intent on plagiarizing fotolog to boot!
 
 
Two can play at this stupid game...
 
Animated version
 
Resemble anything?
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OK. Now that you put the animated figure, explain how it works, please. 
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Leave it to the imagination...and pump, hump, and bump!
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Trolling once again, doc? Get a life.
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