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zorblax wrote (edited )

indoor plumbing

really? I'm fairly sure indoor plumbing is as old an idea as cities.

steel

false, steel production was probably first done in the middle east

no rebuttals just downvotes lol

it's us telling you to fuck off

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MisterDoctorProfessorX wrote

The earliest water flushing toilets were made around 3000bce in Scotland.

It also appears that the Romans were the first to use steel with its industrialization bein linked to European countries.

Let's hear it! "Thanks White People! :^)))"

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zorblax wrote (edited )

The earliest water flushing toilets were made around 3000bce in Scotland.

source? A simple perusal of wikipedia says the first ones were around 2800 BC in India.

It also appears that the Romans were the first to use steel

entirely false. A simple perusal of the wikipedia page debunks this.