Monday, January 14, 2008

Lost Aussie Inventions - The Black Box

One of my other aims, on this blog, is to highlight the many ( and there have been, and continue to be, many) Aussie inventions that have been ignored, deemed immaterial, laughed at or simply lost in political power plays that have done , not only the inventor and invention a great disservice, but Australia as well.

Love him or hate him, An Onymous Lefty has uploaded an old history thesis dealing with the Black Box flight recorder HERE.

It is dated and has its flaws but he has had access to items not readily available on public record as his grandfather was involved in engineering the design.

It's an interesting read, reminding us of our pool of talented inventors we did, and still have, in Australia but some of whom have to look overseas for support and production due to the various aforementioned reasons that still hinder our country today.


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