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The World Wide Web was actually invented by British and Belgian scientists at CERN (The European Organization for Nuclear Research) in Switzerland. Zeros were first used in calculations in India even though they were first used as placeholders by the Egyptians. Buttons were invented in the Indus Valley Civilization in what is now Pakistan. The first documented use of toilet paper dates back to 6th century China. Speedometers were invented by a Croatian. High fructose corn syrup was invented in Japan and USB flash drives were invented in Israel and more.

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Which one do you think is the weirdest? To me, the last two are pretty creepy! xD

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Who would of known that some of the greatest invetions were done by accident.

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10 weird inventions that made millions.

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