Prime 5 innovations from Israel (Tech examine)


This week noticed prime minister Modi’s go to to Israel and within the course of, making historical past by changing into the primary Indian prime minister to …



  1. Pua Khein-Seng (Chinese: 潘健成; born 29 June 1974), claims to be one of the inventors of the USB flash drive. In an interview with Malaysian newspaper The Star, the CEO of Phison Electronics Corp based in Taiwan claims to have incorporated the world's first single chip USB flash drive. He is regarded as "father of pendrive" in Malaysia.[1] Raised in Sekinchan, Selangor, Malaysia,[2] Pua received his undergraduate education in electrical control engineering at the National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan and has since then resided in Taiwan.[3]

  2. Fact check :
    The flash memory uses floating-gate MOSFETs (floating-gate metal–oxide–semiconductor field-effect transistors) , the MOSFET was invented by Egyptian engineer Mohamed M. Atalla and Korean engineer Dawon Kahng at Bell Labs in 1959 , then later in 1984 the japanese scientist Fujio Masuoka, while working for Toshiba, proposed a new type of floating-gate MOSFET that allowed entire sections of memory to be erased quickly and easily, the name "flash" was suggested by Masuoka's colleague, Shōji Ariizumi, because the erasure process of the memory contents reminded him of the flash of a camera. Israel DID NOT invent it at all.

    So what was the israeli contribution ? an Israeli company were granted a US patent on November 14, 2000, titled "Architecture for a [USB]-based Flash Disk" , and even this patent is disputed between a Singaporean company and a Chinese company.

  3. The origins of these fundamental ideas and objects — the basis of everything from the bicycle to musical scales — are the focus of "1001 Inventions," a book celebrating "the forgotten" history of 1,000 years of Muslim heritage."1001 Inventions" is now an exhibition at London's Science Museum. Hassani hopes the exhibition will highlight the contributions of non-Western cultures — like the Muslim empire that once covered Spain and Portugal, Southern Italy and stretched as far as parts of China — to present day civilisation…….Israel never existed prior to 1948

  4. Prof. Yehuda Hiss, the director of the Institute of Forensic Medicine at Abu Kabir was under police investigation in 2002 for removing organs from deceased persons without familial consent. He was dismissed by the Health Ministry for a while until Hiss agreed to a plea bargain. He admitted to being involved in the removal of body parts from 125 bodies and was reprimanded for this.

    The stories about Palestinian Intifada dead arriving home with organs removed began soon after the outbreak of the Intifada in 1987. Palestinian pathologist Dr Hatem Abu Ghazaleh said there were many credible reports about this.
    Roughly at the same time there was a flurry of news about successful transplants. It scared many people. And now we have the revelations about an organ trafficking network with brokers in the USA, Turkey, Brazil and South Africa. The don of the whole operation is one Ilan Peri in Israel. Whether it is a matter of perception or fact, the question of organ theft should be addressed.


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