THEY LAUGHED AT GALILEO: How the Great Inventors Proved Their Critics Wrong
From wireless technology to the computer and from hula hoops to interplanetary travel, each of these inventions was rejected, resisted, and ridiculed in its day. Here Jack offers a humorous account of great inventors and their critics who predicted failure.
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