John Clark wrote:
> Rudolf Diesel's engine would work fit with everything you said pretty well,
> if you count suicide as a natural cause of death. Most don't.
Diesel is a good guess except that not every one would
know what it is. Perhaps half the population in the western
world today would call a Deisel a motor or an engine.
Rubiks cube is a great guess, altho I think Rubik is
What I had in mind has an extropian angle of sorts,
for this inventor in the 19th century was in a very tradition
bound area and must have spent some time wondering how
things could be made better.
Further clues: It is not food nor has it anything
to do with preparation of food. It is not clothing
nor anything to do with clothing, so no Levis. spike
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