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Re: 10 judges are nuts.
On Sun, 26 Feb 2017 14:05:18 -0800
Razer <g2s AT riseup.net> wrote:
> On 2017-02-26 12:18, James A. Donald wrote:
> > On 2/26/2017 5:31 PM, juan wrote:
> >> the price of commodities don't go down thanks to scumbags
> >> like rockefeller. Stop lying.
> > Almost every technological advance that is brought to the masses
> > comes from someone like Rockefeller
> I suppose you believe Edison invented the light bulb all by himself
edison didn't invent the light bulb - despite what right wing
ignorant americans believe.
> Take your individualistic BS down the road simpleton.
jd's mental vomits have nothing to do with individualism. As a
matter of fact he's a collectivistic totalitarian (like you).
> , who improved refineries, rapidly
> > reducing the price of refined fuel from thirty cents a gallon down
> > to eight cents a gallon.
> > And every technological advance is brought to the masses by someone
> > like Rockefeller.
> > For example, transistors, invented by Shockley, brought to the
> > masses by Shockley Semiconductor Laboratory. Shockley founded
> > Silicon Valley. The Traitorous Eight learned how to build
> > transistors directly from him and under him, and then, pissed off
> > by his poor interpersonal skills, went on to found Fairchild.
> > Only to have the same thing happen to them, resulting in the
> > Fairchildren and the integrated circuit and Silicon Valley.
> > Every modern electronic device everywhere comes from someone who
> > learned to build transistors at the feet of someone who learned to
> > build transistors at the feet of someone who learned to build
> > transistors at the feet of Shockley in Shockley Semiconductor
> > Laboratory.
> > Rockefeller did not invent refining, but he invented the modern type
> > oil refinery, making it large scale, efficient, and cheap. Shockley
> > did invent the junction transistor, and did invent the theory and
> > explanation of transistors. He literally wrote the book, and every
> > transistor everywhere, except for the early crystal radios, every
> > transistor that people use today, is built by people who learned
> > from people who learned from people who learned from him in personal
> > apprenticeship, the boss telling his employees how to produce the
> > goods and personally showing them how to do so with his own hands.