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Sam Adams
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Mon Sep 14 10:06:40
All the results are africans. They even changed Bells picture to make him look black.


Anti-white racism is growing exponentially.
Renzo Marquez
Member
Mon Sep 14 11:03:44
From the Tim Kennedy episode of Rogan?
Rugian
Member
Mon Sep 14 11:28:32
"africans"

I think you meant to say "Black" there. And make sure to capitalize the B, even though "white" is still supposed to be written in all lowercase.

Even our written language is now being revised to establish the supremacy of Black over white.

How much more blatant can anti-white racism get?
Paramount
Member
Mon Sep 14 11:29:09
” All the results are africans.”

Yeah, under the title ”Popular on the web”.

But the first person is Thomas Edison, and he looks white?

There are some other whites there too, but the majority is black.

But since the title says Popular on the web, then maybe the black american inventors are simply just more popular? Or maybe there are more black american inventors than white, so google is simply just displaying more blacks.
Paramount
Member
Mon Sep 14 11:32:17
If I google swedish inventors then all the results are white.

Maybe because of racism.
Wrath of Orion
Member
Mon Sep 14 11:38:08
lol, this retarded bullshit was asked and answered many times a few years back.
Wrath of Orion
Member
Mon Sep 14 11:42:47
A clue as to what's going on can be had if you simply type in "united states inventor" and see what happens. If you can't figure it out from that, well, you're probably the waste of resources I always figured you to be.
Rugian
Member
Mon Sep 14 11:45:25
WoO

We don't use "African American" any more you bigot. In current year we say "Black."
Wrath of Orion
Member
Mon Sep 14 11:47:52
Rugian calling anyone a bigot is hilariously hypocritical. Thank you, that made my day.
obaminated
Member
Mon Sep 14 11:51:43
If that made your day you must have embarrasingly low expectations
Daemon
Member
Mon Sep 14 11:53:44
Why is Einstein listed there?
The Children
Member
Mon Sep 14 11:53:50
the real surprise is that it even shows anythin at all.

when last time any american actually did anything.
its all past glory. keyword here is da past.

is all old news. so now they try 2 blind u with fantasy dreams. hypppaaalooppppp. u ready yankee?

u ready yet 4 da 22nd century? u cant even build a highspeedrail but now ur gonna fly in a tube baby. 1000 miles hour baby!

u ready?

where them tubes at, motherfukers. lets fly.
or how bout da ufo videos, ultra secret baby. ur exceptional thats why aliens chose u. they chose u negiotiate with u.

so therefore u must be da most exceptional peoples right...its just da aliens r really really reallllllyyyyy shy so they show themselves occasionally but they r shy and therefore they never actually communicate with u.

yes that must be it.

hahaha



Wrath of Orion
Member
Mon Sep 14 11:55:10
The early half of any day for me is typically filled with meetings and composing emails. So yes, very low expectations for any given day through the first half.
Rugian
Member
Mon Sep 14 12:05:55
Wrath of Orion
Member Mon Sep 14 11:47:52
Rugian calling anyone a bigot is hilarious

Our of the two major political factions in America, only one of them regularly engages in bona fide racist rhetoric against a particular group and attempts to insert race into any and every issue.

And that faction ain't the right.

I think that members of all races should be treated equally, regardless of the color of their skin. The left thinks differently. So yes, I can throw the r-word around at people who deserve it.
obaminated
Member
Mon Sep 14 12:08:35
Wow thats sorta crazy. They got ben franklin so long down that line.
Wrath of Orion
Member
Mon Sep 14 12:08:56
You can, of course, but it makes you a hypocrite.

"I think that members of all races should be treated equally"

hahahahahahaha
obaminated
Member
Mon Sep 14 12:08:57
Keep in mind ben franklin discovered fucking electricty.
Rugian
Member
Mon Sep 14 12:11:25
Tou may be laughing, but your hatred of white people shines through anyway. Please be less racist.
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Mon Sep 14 12:18:34
click the 'united states' subcategory & you'll be happy


"this retarded bullshit was asked and answered many times a few years back"

i assume that was about people who have googled "african american inventors" padding the results for anyone typing just "american inventors"
hood
Member
Mon Sep 14 12:32:39
"Keep in mind ben franklin discovered fucking electricty"

Um, no. Go home, you're retarded.
Wrath of Orion
Member
Mon Sep 14 12:36:36
'i assume that was about people who have googled "african american inventors" padding the results for anyone typing just "american inventors"'

Basically, yeah. There are probably several things going on at once, but they're all that sort of thing, not some anti-white agenda.
Sam Adams
Member
Mon Sep 14 12:52:21
Ahhhh, it might not be intentional but it is still proof of systemic anti-White racism and black supremacy.

Thats how this argument naturally goes right?
obaminated
Member
Mon Sep 14 12:52:26
Um, no, franklin discovered electricity. You can do some pointless argument. Because you have american guilt. It doesnt matter. He did it. Youve done nothing but complain like the dirty jew you are and will always be.
Nimatzo
iChihuaha
Mon Sep 14 13:49:55
Electricity is one of those things that has been known of for quite some time, since ancient times, but our understanding of it didn't really mature until 19-20th century. No one person "discovered" it and our understanding of it are the cumulative contributions of many people. The units Volt, Ampere, Ohm, Farady etc. are the names of different people.

That right your boy just dropped some knowledge on your ass. Know your history and keep it real. Or I will bust a cap your ass.
kargen
Member
Mon Sep 14 14:43:21
"the real surprise is that it even shows anythin at all.

when last time any american actually did anything.
its all past glory. keyword here is da past."

This cracked me up as The Children still brags about a 2,700 year old crumbling wall and gun powder.
hood
Member
Mon Sep 14 15:03:28
"Um, no, franklin discovered electricity"

Um, no, he really fucking didn't. We could just right to his personal history:
"Franklin started exploring the phenomenon of electricity in 1746 when he saw some of Archibald Spencer's lectures using static electricity for illustrations."

Or we could look at how the concept of electricity has been around for literally millennia, or how the word itself was coined before Franklin was born. Whichever source you prefer, Ben Franklin did not, in any way, discover electricity. Maybe you are, in a borderline neanderthal way, referencing Franklin discovering that lightning is an electric phenomena? Sure, he did that. He didn't discover electricity.
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Mon Sep 14 15:05:46
he's going off of elementary school education

which probably should be the only education given in Trumpland, that's where he stopped learning too
Paramount
Member
Mon Sep 14 15:12:18
Who discovered electricity? It is super cool but I do not know who discovered it. Does the iPhone use electricity?
Question Date: 2013-05-16
Answer 1:
A lot of people worked to develop the understanding of electricity that we have today. Humanity had to first discover electrical charge to discover electricity.

To our knowledge, the Greeks were the first to discover electrical charge. Electrical charge is static electricity, or electricity that does not move. This discovery happened over 2,600 years ago around 600 BC. The Greeks did not know they had discovered static electricity, but they observed that rubbing fossilized tree resin, or amber, with animal fur made the resin attract dried grass.

Fast forward to 2,200 years future. The year is close to 1600 AD. An English physicist named William Gilbert writes books on the attractive nature of amber and uses the Latin word "electricus" to describe it. Several years later, another Englishman is inspired by Gilbert. Thomas Browne writes many books, and in his books on physics comes up with the word electricity to describe his investigations based Gilbert's work. Among those who studied electricity was Benjamin Franklin. He is famous for his experiments with electricity, but he did not discover it.

Franklin's famous experiment in 1752 with the kite, key, and storm simply proved that lightning and tiny electric sparks were the same thing. Franklin understood this fact when a spark jumped from the key on the kite string to his wrist shortly after lightning struck his kite.

http://scienceline.ucsb.edu/getkey.php?key=4026
Rugian
Member
Mon Sep 14 15:25:17
"Does the iPhone use electricity?"

...I have no words.
Nimatzo
iChihuaha
Mon Sep 14 16:08:56
Mine runs on potato juice.
Habebe
Member
Mon Sep 14 17:36:20
http://youtu.be/Vqpqs9e7lGw

This is the sort of thing in the US that annoys people, that this rype of thing gets pushed on children. Now this is just an example and is buzzards " try to live without blavk inventions" which is all wrong.

They will take insane liberties and occasionally just make shit up like attributing the fax machine to a black lady at bell labs.

The problem with that is, it was invented before she worked there, and it was invented at Xerox, not bell.
Habebe
Member
Mon Sep 14 17:39:37
Paramount, I remember reading about a battery in ancient Iraq, not sure if that predates the greeks or not.
Habebe
Member
Mon Sep 14 17:48:56
Buzzfeed* and before someone goes and says " Thats not what schools are teaching" I didnt say they were teachung buzzfeed.
What Im saying is politics is skewing what we teach out kids.
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Mon Sep 14 19:38:30
if you cared about people learning factual info you wouldn't possibly be able to vote for Trump
habebe
Member
Mon Sep 14 20:34:17
tw, Well actually considering he has actively taken out the 1619 project ( clear politics invading teaching) I dont see those things as in contradiction.
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Mon Sep 14 21:19:25
you like the sound of "patriotic education"?
habebe
Member
Mon Sep 14 21:48:30
Admittedly, no.
hood
Member
Mon Sep 14 22:03:50
mt is suspiciously quiet.
smart dude
Member
Tue Sep 15 00:19:08
"Keep in mind ben franklin discovered fucking electricty."

Just when you think someone can't get any stupider.
Seb
Member
Tue Sep 15 04:55:03
The (non confirmed) parthian battery is of interest.
Habebe
Member
Tue Sep 15 05:00:32
Seb, Is that the name for the one in ancient Iraq I was talking about?
obaminated
Member
Tue Sep 15 07:40:37
Im not suspicipusly quiet i was just busy. Im standing by my claim.
hood
Member
Tue Sep 15 08:21:30
When you cannot even get basic facts right, it should be no wonder why nobody takes anything you say seriously.
The Children
Member
Tue Sep 15 09:02:43
we been building gigantic infrastructure since ancient times

great wall
grand canal
giant buddha

meanwhile fastforward 2000 years, u can barely build a road.

butbutbutinventurrdsss...
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