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Inventions which destroyed their inventors

Inventions which destroyed their inventors

A few days ago Jimi Heseldon, the owner of a powerful UK company died. He was known for the production of scooters. Jimi Heseldon was killed by falling from a cliff while driving his scooter. According to many people this is ironically true.

The famous magician Harry Houdini, who died in 1926, became a victim of his own focus. Before he went on the stage, he was asked by several students how many numbers of beats could he take, they continue to beat him but he gets no injuries.

This was enough to destroy the final appendicitis inflammation of the magician as he was suffering with appendicitis. Doctors failed to save him and he was buried in the chest, which demonstrated his famous number with tethering and later thrown into the sea.

Marie Curie - the first woman to receive the Nobel Prize, is the first scientist who has received two Nobel premiums. She is known for the discovery of radium and polonium - radioactive substances.

Throughout her adult life, Curie was constantly digging into radioactive materials, and gradually her state of health deteriorated. She had gone from this world at 66 years with aplastic anemia, which was caused by radiation.

Horace Lawson Hanli known in the nineteenth century as a legislator, lawyer and naval engineer, invented the submarine. But his invention was not safe at all - during the first test it killed five of the nine on board. In the second run they all died, including the inventor himself.

Alexander Bogdanov, who died in 1928, was the creator of the revolutionary treatment - blood transfusion. His initial idea was that the blood transfusion was a sort of elixir of youth. He passed through this procedure successfully 11 times, but the twelfth failed.

William Bullock, invented the rotary printing machine that allows you to print on endless paper tape. Bullock's leg accidentally falls into the machine, this leads to infection, gangrene and death of the creator of technical novelty.