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There are actually multiple people who warrant credit for the invention of the Kevlar bulletproof vest. The DuPont corporation developed Kevlar material. Richard Armellino marketed a Kevlar vest called the K-15 in 1975 and Richard Davis the first all Kevlar vest in 1976.
Credit to this invention usually goes to Lawrence Livermore Lab's Samuel Cohen in 1958. The ERW was tested in 1963. Development was halted by President Carter in 1978 and restarted by President Reagan in 1981. Some weapons were retired in 1992 by President George Bush. The last warhead was dismantled in 2003.
Though history books continue to give Guglielmo Marconi credit for the invention of radio, Tesla's lectures on wireless broadcasting precede Marconi's radio patents by some three years. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on the matter in Tesla's favor, and struck down Marconi's patent claim, in 1943.
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The Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA) defines the reasons that are unacceptable for denying credit including the following: * Race * Color * Religion * National Origin * Sex * Marital Status * Age * Public Assistance Status * Age (must be over 18) Some acceptable reasons for denying credit include the following: * Poor credit history/score * Income is too low to service loan (after required spend) * Too many recent inquiries for credit * Debt load is already too high to acknowledge risk * Not enough of a credit history * etc.
It is not known exactly who invented the wash board. There are some indications of its use being around as early as 1797. Despite this, the washboard was not patented until 1833 in the state of New York by Stephen Rust. Rust typically gets the credit for the invention.
Did Robert Jarvik get credit for his invention???Yes, in fact, a lot of people think Robert Jarvik got too much credit. He was actually working with a partner, but Jarvik did most of the inventing. Robert Jarvik is known worldwide, and saves lives with his inventions worldwide. Robert Jarvik did get credit for his invention of the artificial heart.
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