esecallum wrote:As you all know already that Blacks and Asians races are at the bottom of the heap when it comes to technological advancement and scientific understanding,the reason being that since necessity is the mother of all invention,therefore since the trees used to have free fruit hanging on it there is is no need to advance but just sit on your hands and devour the free food ,hence explaining why Asians and Blacks are always behind since they breed in a warm temperate climate with free food as the planet is round and the temperature is always higher in the tropical regions.
But what have they done for me lately?
- Inventions of necessity early on, bravo. Inventions inspired and refined with help from whitey and purchased (which made it successful) by whitey. Shall I break out the stats on whitey's ownership and understanding of computers and technology which is the market in which such inventions are deemed successful? I'm too busy working right now but I can if it will help. Yes, every race has contributed something, just look at "PLUGS". Today's kids are running around with holes in their ears and noses thanks to the tribesmen of the Earth. Thanks guys!
Yes, inventions of necessity... necessity being exactly what you've said makes whites better inventors.
You can keep saying you aren't being racist, but it isn't going to wash because it is patently obvious that you are
If necessity is the reason why
whites are "better" inventors, then why should I believe Asian inventions of necessity like the wheel
are somehow not worth mentioning. For that matter, how can you even pretend that some of the biggest and most important inventions in history were not
invented by whites? Where would society be without the wheel, irrigation canals and written language? Hello? Hypodermic needles? Satellites? You'd give all that and more a sarcastic "bravo" because it's too far in the past? I don't think so. More likely because they were invented by non-whites, and therefor do not fit into your stupid and offensive little theory.
Just realized you're two different posters I quoted.
Funny enough, you both sound the same to me...