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It is difficult to indicate other invention that would turn to be more vital for the present technical level of our civilisation, than the invention of airplane. After all, due to airplane for example the trip between Europe and other continents shortens from the level of several months to the level of several hours. It is also airplane that allows supply fat e.g. ill people to hospitals, medicine to ill people, while letters and parcels to healthy ones. But in spite of its significance, before airplane managed to enter permanently the pool of technical accomplishments of our civilisation, it needed to be independently invented in three different countries by people who mutually did NOT know about existence of other such inventors. This web page explains that the reason for such its fate was the lack of required level of morality in communities in which inventors of airplane were acting.

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