the world would exploder
Urine was never invented, it is a naturally occouring thing that discards the things your body doesn't need.
Since glass was invented, the scientists were able to create the microscope. If this was never invented, the scientists would never have been able to discover cells.
Yes. For example, Science analyzes the "Big Bang", the murder of specific individuals, the collisions of specific individual vehicles, the supernova of certain stars, and more. In fact, all events that are analyzed / studied are in the past, and the past will never happen again. The Universe is changed with each passing second.Yes - but only if you have evidence.
Meile is a European brand ,perhaps, it is using the centigrade scale which means 40 is hot water, quite hot.
Cotton Candy was invented in 1897 but was not introduced to the public until 1904 at the St. Louis World Fair.
It is still Cotton Candy! I know it is weird just like moose it is like that all the time never changes!
the world will never know
We cannot sea the space
It is unclear who was the first person to invent cotton candy. Four people - Thomas Patton, Josef Delarose Lascaux, John C. Wharton, and William Morrison - have all been named as the inventors of the candy. Wharton and Morrison received a patent for the cotton candy machine in 1899. They created the first electric cotton candy machine to melt and spin sugar through tiny holes using centrifugal force. After the two candy makers from Tennessee received the patent they took the invention to the St. Louis World's Fair in 1904. Patton received a separate patent in 1900 for his process of making cotton candy. He was experimenting with caramelizing sugar and forming threads using a fork. Patton used a gas-fired rotating plate to spin the cotton candy threads. He introduced the candy at Ringling Bros. Circus and it became popular with children. Around the same time, a Louisiana dentist, Lascaux, introduced cotton candy at his dental practice though he never received a patent or trademark for the confection. The early machines proved to be unreliable at times. Some simply broke and others would make loud rattling sounds. In 1949, Gold Medal Products introduced a more reliable model with a spring base. This helped to revolutionize cotton candy making. Today, cotton candy is a great treat to enjoy at a circus, amusement park or fair. Even though its beginning can be debated, it has become a favorite summertime candy. Cotton candy is very simple to make. First sugar is melted into a liquid state and then spun it in the cotton candy machine. The machine forces the liquid through tiny holes that shape and cool the liquid sugar. After it cools, the sugar becomes a solid again. The center of the machine is filled with thousands of tiny threads that are collected and served on a stick.
You would walk.
We can't talk to anyone in different places.
I Never Picked Cotton was created in 1969.
Then Pepsi would take over Coca Cola
We would be without clothes because well actually there wouldn't be alot of clothes for the entire world because we would be running low on cotton.
i like cotton candy! it would be nice to go there one day! *day.dreams*narrarator: it was a nice day in candy land and gummy bear was watching t.v. when all of a sudden.....alex (me): hello? is anybody home? *knock.knock*Gummy: whaa? >>alex: ug.. never mind! Narrarator: and she leftto be continued at! to be continued candy land?
No, Santa was never made of candy.