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  • Gowlett, John, "Ascent to Civilization", McGraw-Hill, Inc., 1992. ISBN 0-07-544312-0
  • Platt, Richard, "Eureka!: Great Inventions and How They Happened", 2003.

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  6. Paper - one of the most important inventions of the last two millennia
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  9. Ahmad Y Hassan, Alcohol and the Distillation of Wine in Arabic Sources.
  10. Otto Mayr (1970). The Origins of Feedback Control, MIT Press.
  11. Teun Koetsier (2001). "On the prehistory of programmable machines: musical automata, looms, calculators", Mechanism and Machine theory 36, p. 590-591.
  12. Dr. Kasem Ajram (1992). Miracle of Islamic Science, Appendix B. Knowledge House Publishers. ISBN 0-911119-43-4.
  13. The invention of cosmetics. 1001 Inventions.
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  17. ओ'कॉनर, जॉन; रॉबर्टसन, एडमण्ड, "Abu Mahmud Hamid ibn al-Khidr Al-Khujandi", मैक्ट्यूटर हिस्ट्री ऑफ़ मैथेमैटिक्स, युनिवर्सिटी ऑफ़ सैंट एण्ड्रूज़, http://www-history.mcs.st-andrews.ac.uk/Biographies/Al-Khujandi.html .
  18. Ronald Watkins. Unknown Seas, p. 15.
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  20. Fielding H. Garrison, History of Medicine:
    "The Saracens themselves were the originators not only of algebra, chemistry, and geology, but of many of the so-called improvements or refinements of civilization, such as street lamps, window-panes, firework, stringed instruments, cultivated fruits, perfumes, spices, etc..."
  21. Piero Ariotti (Winter, 1968). "Galileo on the Isochrony of the Pendulum", Isis 59 (4), p. 414.
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  27. Khwarizm, Foundation for Science Technology and Civilisation.
  28. Robert E. Hall (1973). "Al-Khazini", Dictionary of Scientific Biography, Vol. VII, p. 346.
  29. Marshall Clagett (1961). The Science of Mechanics in the Middle Ages, p. 64. University of Wisconsin Press.
  30. Nicholas J. Wade, Stanley Finger (2001), "The eye as an optical instrument: from camera obscura to Helmholtz's perspective", Perception 30 (10), p. 1157-1177.
  31. Dr. A. Zahoor (1997). Al-Zarqali (Arzachel), University of Indonesia.
  32. Ahmad Y Hassan, Flywheel Effect for a Saqiya.
  33. Islam, Knowledge, and Science. University of Southern California.
  34. Linear astrolabe, Encyclopædia Britannica.
  35. Abdel Aziz al-Jaraki (2007), When Ridhwan al-Sa’ati Anteceded Big Ben by More than Six Centuries, Foundation for Science Technology and Civilisation.
  36. Georges Ifrah (2001). The Universal History of Computing: From the Abacus to the Quatum Computer, p. 171, Trans. E.F. Harding, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. (See [1])
  37. Ahmad Y Hassan. The Crank-Connecting Rod System in a Continuously Rotating Machine.
  38. Professor Lynn Townsend White, Jr. (cf. The Automata of Al-Jazari, Topkapi Palace Museum, Istanbul.)
  39. Ahmad Y Hassan. The Origin of the Suction Pump - Al-Jazari 1206 A.D.
  40. A 13th Century Programmable Robot. University of Sheffield.
  41. Arslan Terzioglu (2007). "The First Attempts of Flight, Automatic Machines, Submarines and Rocket Technology in Turkish History", The Turks (ed. H. C. Guzel), p. 804-810.
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  43. "SA MOTORING HISTORY - TIMELINE". Government of South Australia. http://www.history.sa.gov.au/motor/education/sa_motor_history.pdf. 
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  45. "Benefit to humanity"
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  47. [John Brockman, editor. The Greatest Inventions of the Past 2000 Years. Phoenix. 2000]
  48. David Lazarus (1995). 'Japan's Edison' Is Country's Gadget King : Japanese Inventor Holds Record for Patent. International Herald Tribune.
  49. Inventing Email