Build a better mousetrap, and the world will beat a path to your door - attributed to Ralph Waldo Emerson in the late nineteenth century.
James Watt did NOT invent the Steam engine; Watt perfected Newcomen's steam engine.
The first working steam engine had been patented in 1698 and by the time of Watt's birth, Newcomen engines were pumping water from mines all over the country. In around 1764, Watt was given a model Newcomen engine to repair. He realized that it was hopelessly inefficient and began to work to improve the design. He designed a separate condensing chamber for the steam engine that prevented enormous losses of steam. His first patent in 1769 covered this device and other improvements on Newcomen's engine........
28 years ago, a North Vancouver inventor perfected THE (toothpaste) tube squeezer, and no one has come anywhere near duplicating his achievement of the simplest design, cost effectiveness, and ease of assembly. It's not on the market today. Did the toothpaste manufacturer cartel buy the patent to keep the Public at bay? Paying 100% of their products that delivers only 94%. There ought to be a law written.
Two components, duplicated...... four parts assembled.
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