not product. A universal difference. Look where the drive toward the "silicon fire" under our fingertips came from. It wasn't Japanese manufacturers of transistor radios and cheap toys.
And what proportion of all humanity that has ever been caught their first glimpse of a wheel attached to the chariots rampaging their village?
The best glaring example against my statement (nothing is ever absolute) is gunpowder. The Chinese used it for centuries and hadn't purposed it to violence until western Europeans showed up.
Hyperbole is a civilized substitute for profanity. Guilty as charged.
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