Do you mean if no one invented the specific explosive named dynamite, or if no one invented explosives at all? If no one would have invented dynamite, but there was still nitroglycerin available, mining would have been more dangerous than it now is for a longer time. Nitroglycerin isn't stable; it explodes if you just carry it roughly. A lot more miners would have died, and mining would have been something done only by prisoners. If there never would have been any explosives, wars would have to be fought with archers, catapults and boiling oil. The lack of explosives wouldn't have stopped wars--there were wars long before there were explosives.
Anything is possible, but, this mechanics make it highly unlikely anyone would attempt it. <><><><> Actually, to some extent, gunpowder and dynamite overlap. Dynamite was originally made by using an inert material to soak up and hold nitroglycerin. Modern smokeless gunpowder is usually a mix of 2 explosives- nitrocellulose and nitroglycerin, and a filler material. Incidentally, from about 1880 to 1900, the US used a type of cannon called a Dynamite Gun. It fired a shell filled with dynamite or similar explosive, using compressed air to drive the shell.
Thinking about dynamite breaking a diamond is a little like trying to kill a fly with an atomic bomb. Since diamond is the hardest natural mineral known, and diamond can contain flaws, the diamond could crack, if its internal flaws are directly exposed to the blow or burst.
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The patent is available through Google's patent search at the link below.
Alfred Nobel made his fortune primarily on dynamite and a few other explosives.Dynamite was a big deal at the time, as it made explosives much safer. The alternatives were black powder, which is much weaker, and pure nitroglycerin, which has a tendency to explode unpredictably whenever it feels like it.Nobel's invention was mixing nitroglycerin with sawdust, making dynamite, it then becomes quite shock resistant and doesn't explode before you want it to.Alfred Nobel invented, patented and produced the dynamite, making him a combined inventor, businessman and industrialist.
Nobel found that when nitroglycerin was incorporated in an absorbent inert substance like kieselguhr (diatomaceous earth) it became safer and more convenient to handle. He patented this mixture in 1867 as 'dynamite'.
Alfred Nobel invented dynamite, and was thought his invention would help millions. After his brother died, the media got the wrong idea and thought he had died, so they published his life story on the front cover of a newspaper.He had a rare second chance at life, after reading about what people thought of him.He decided he would try his hardest and change the world, so he started the Nobel prizes so important inventions wouldn't go unrecognised.Hope it helped you;)
He wanted to be just like his dad. I think.
Eight years prior to his death, on 13 April 1888, Alfred Nobel read an obituary to himself. Although it was his brother Ludwig who had actually died, the obituary described Alfred Nobel's own achievements, believing it was he who had died. The obituary condemned Nobel for inventing dynamite, an explosive which caused the deaths of so many. It is said that this experience led Nobel to choose to leave a better legacy to the world after his death. Nobel regretted that his invention was used for such destructive purposes and methods (and made people have such a negative impression of him), that he willed that after his death, he would leave a much better legacy than during his life. So, he set up an award system, now called the Nobel Prize, so that when people do things that are extraordinarily beneficial to humans or who perform great actions to serve the human race and the world, that the most outstanding person would be awarded the prize. The prizes are given to "those who, during the preceding year, shall have conferred the greatest benefit to mankind." The prize is awarded every December 10th, in Stockholm, commemorating when Nobel died (to the date) and where he was born. Nobel died on 10 December 1896 at the age of 63.
Alfred Nobel feared death as he grew older and feared greatly of being buried alive. He also didn't like the idea of being buried. He wrote letters to his brother saying that he didn't want his body buried, but burned with specific acids and the correct amounts of them.
Stockholm, Sweden. Alfred Nobel was a swedish munitions magnate who commercially perfected Dynamite and other explosives- and had evidentally a guilty conscience, hence the Peace Prizes. another angle-off on the Scrooge theory that charity impulses are set in motion by guilt- more or less like (parking Tickets_ I don"t buy this entirely as it rules out pure charity acts, like Love your Neighbor, where there are no sanctions to dodge or expiate.
If you really mean "Undertakers" as in 'people who provide burial services', the most memorable would probably be the good people who brought the world all those famous Egyptian mummies. If you mean "entrepreneurs" as in businessmen, a few who had quite an impact on the history of their country were the people behind the East India Companies of the Dutch Republic and of England; people like Alexander Graham Bell, Carnegie, Ford and Vanderbilt in the USA; Alfred Krupp who was a major force in the rise of Adolf Hitler; and Alfred Nobel who brought the world dynamite which was a breakthrough in mining and tunneling, and who gave us the Nobel Prizes.
Feels Like Dynamite was created on 2010-05-10.
Alfred NobelAlfred Nobel was born on October 21, 1833 in Stockholm, Sweden. In 1842, when Alfred was nine years old, his mother (Andrietta Ahlsell) and brothers (Robert and Ludvig) moved to St. Petersburg, Russia to join Alfred's father (Immanuel), who had moved there five years earlier. The following year, Alfred's younger brother, Emil, was born.Immanuel Nobel, an architect, builder, and inventor, opened a machineshop in St. Petersburg and was soon very successful with contracts from the Russian government to build defense weapons.Because of his father's success, Alfred was tutored at home until the age of 16. Yet, many consider Alfred Nobel a mostly self-educated man. Besides being a trained chemist, Alfred was an avid reader of literature and was fluent in English, German, French, Swedish, and Russian.Alfred also spent two years traveling. He spent much of this time working in a laboratory in Paris, but also traveled to the United States. Upon his return, Alfred worked in his father's factory. He worked there until his father went bankrupt in 1859.Alfred soon began experimenting with nitroglycerine, creating his first explosions in early summer 1862. In only a year (October 1863), Alfred received a Swedish patent for his percussion detonator - the "Nobel lighter."Having moved back to Sweden to help his father with an invention, Alfred established a small factory at Helenborg near Stockholm to manufacture nitroglycerine. Unfortunately, nitroglycerine is a very difficult and dangerous material to handle. In 1864, Alfred's factory blew up - killing several people, including Alfred's younger brother, Emil.The explosion did not slow down Alfred, and within only a month, he organized other factories to manufacture nitroglycerine.In 1867, Alfred invented a new and safer-to-handle explosive - dynamite.Though Alfred became famous for his invention of dynamite, many people did not intimately know Alfred Nobel. He was a quiet man who did not like a lot of pretense or show. He had very few friends and never married.And though he recognized the destructive power of dynamite, Alfred believed it was a harbinger of peace. Alfred told Bertha von Suttner, an advocate for world peace,My factories may make an end of war sooner than your congresses. The day when two army corps can annihilate each other in one second, all civilized nations, it is to be hoped, will recoil from war and discharge their troops.*Unfortunately, Alfred did not see peace in his time. Alfred Nobel, chemist and inventor, died alone on December 10, 1896 after suffering a cerebral hemorrhage.After several funeral services were held and Alfred Nobel's body was cremated, the will was opened. Everyone was shocked.The WillAlfred Nobel had written several wills during his lifetime, but the last one was dated November 27, 1895 - a little over a year before he died.Nobel's last will left approximately 94 percent of his worth to the establishment of five prizes (physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, literature, and peace) to "those who, during the preceding year, shall have conferred the greatest benefit on mankind."Though Nobel had proposed a very grandiose plan for the prizes in his will, there were a great many problems with the will.Relatives of Alfred Nobel were so shocked that many wanted the will contested.The format of the will had formal defects which could have caused the will to be contested in France.It was unclear which country Alfred had his legal residence. He was a Swedish citizen until age nine, but after that he had lived in Russia, France, and Italy without becoming a citizen. Nobel had been making plans for a final home for himself in Sweden when he died. The location of residency would determine what country's laws would govern the will and the estate. If determined to be France, the will could have been contested and French taxes would have been taken.Because Nobel had wanted the Norwegian Storting (parliament) to choose the peace prize winner, many charged Nobel with a lack of patriotism.The "fund" that was to implement the prizes did not yet exist and would have to be created.The organizations that Nobel named in his will to award the prizes had not been asked to take on these duties prior to Nobel's death. Also, there was no plan to compensate these organizations for their work on the prizes.The will did not state what should be done if no prize winners for a year were found.
the nobal prize was established because msr nobal invented gun powder and he had had 2 much money and he dident now wat 2 do about it so he invented the nobal prize wich is a prize for scentists