When we were young we listened to jovial stories about princes and princesses falling in love and getting married. We were taught that we only have one true love out there and that this person who is always the opposite gender completes us. As we grow older many of us seek to fulfill this romantic ideal. In fact, some of us even carry around a mental idea of what our soulmates will look like, sound like, and behave like. Perhaps I was simply projecting my own disowned anima my divine masculine energy outwards? Instead, I fell in love with a logical, brawny, emotionally balanced man of Peruvian descent — a perfect fit for me!
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After a hiatus when it was only accessible via the Internet Archive, the Black Invention Myths website is now hosted by Counter-Currents. Such beliefs usually originate in books or articles about black history. Since many of the authors have little interest in the history of technology outside of advertising black contributions to it, their stories tend to be fraught with misunderstandings, wishful thinking, or fanciful embellishments with no historical basis. Unfortunately, some of the errors and exaggerations have acquired an illusion of credibility by repetition in mainstream outlets, especially during Black History Month see examples for the traffic light and ironing board. When myths go unchallenged for too long, they begin to eclipse the truth. Thus I decided to put some records straight. Although this page does not cover every dubious invention claim floating around out there, it should at least serve as a warning never to take any such claim for granted.
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Perhaps you've heard the claims: Were it not for the genius and energy of African-American inventors, we might find ourselves in a world without traffic lights, peanut butter, blood banks, light bulb filaments, and a vast number of other things we now take for granted but could hardly imagine life without. Such beliefs usually originate in books or articles about black history. Since many of the authors have little interest in the history of technology outside of advertising black contributions to it, their stories tend to be fraught with misunderstandings, wishful thinking, or fanciful embellishments with no historical basis.
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