Civilization and Science Started in The Nile Valley of Ancient Egypt by Black African People

Black people were the first inventors of recorded history.  Ancient Egypt is where civilization started on the planet earth.  The ancient Egyptians were Black African people.  African-Americans who currently live in the United Sates are the descendants of the ancient Egyptians.  Egypt is located in North Africa and is the birthplace of science, philosophy, mathematics, architecture, engineering, religion, astronomy and astrology.  The most famous Black inventor in ancient times was Imhotep.  Imhotep built and designed the first pyramid called the Step Pyramid of Djoser.  He was the first architect in all of history. 

 Not only was he the first architect but he was the first physician.  Imhotep invented the Stethoscope. Imhotep was the first multi-genius in history.  Black African people living in the Nile Valley were the first mathematicians.  The mathematical symbol of Pi or Pi=3.14 was used in the computation and the construction of the pyramids built in Egypt. Black African people were the ones who designed and built the Great Pyramids of Giza.  The Great Pyramids of Giza are today one of the seven wonders of the world.  Elements 4 Nature is recognizing Black inventors of ancient times and Black inventors of modern times.  As you will see on our Black Inventors web page, even the collective enslavement of Black African people could not stop us from making inventions in modern times. 

Black Inventors of Ancient Times

From Ancient Times, Black Scientist shaped the world with their wonderful inventions.

Egyptian Tombs and Temples

These Large temples and tombs were constructed using high level Mathematics formulas.

Imhotep: First Multi-Genius

Imhotep was a Black African man:  Physician and Architect who designed the first Pyramid in Egypt.

George Washington Carver

Created over 300 products from the peanut and recreated the scared Egyptian Blue color paint.

Ancient Black African Scientist Discoveries: Mathematical Papyri

The Great Pyramids of Giza were built in ancient Egypt around 2,258 BC. The mathematical symbol "Pi" (Pi=3.14) was used in the design and construction of the Great Pyramids of Giza. Pi is defined as the mathematical ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter. Pi was documented in some of Egypt's papyri as early as 1850 BC. Pi is also recorded in the Rhind Mathematics Papyrus dated in 1650 BC. The ancient Black Egyptians used another high-level math theorem called the Egyptian Right Angle Theorem. The Egyptian Right Angle Theorem is recorded in the Berlin Papyrus dated back in 1350 BC. However Pythagoras, the Greek mathematician is given credit for the right angle theorem by those who suppress Black African people's accomplishments. The Egyptian Right Angle Theorem was used for hundreds of years before Pythagoras (570-495 BC) was born.

   Name  Date
  Subject  Museum
Lahun Mathematical Papyrus1825 BCVolume Computations, given the height and diameter University college London England
 Egyptian Moscow Papyri
1820 BC
 Integral Calculus
 Pushkin Museum Moscow Russia
Rhind
Mathematics
Papyrus
1650
BC
   Egyptian
Mathematics 
British
Museum
England
    Egyptian
Mathematical Roll
1650
BC
   Additions of   Fractions
 British
Museum
England
Berlin
Papyrus
1350
BC 
 
Right Angle Theorem


Egyptian
Museum
of Berlin
Germany

Ancient Black African Scientist Discoveries: Medical Text Papyri

The Philosophical concept of medicine can be best seen in eight different papyri produced by the ancient Black Egyptians. Obviously, theses names are hypocritical. All bear names and titles of "Westerners" who had nothing whatsoever to do with these writings either except as the illegal possessor of these books caused by the colonial ravaging of ancient Egypt and other High-Cultures of Black African people in the Nile Valley. Starting from the time of the Hyksos/Shepherd Kings of Beduina invasion and the conquest of Egypt's Delta Region ca. 1675 BC to the present. 

Note: This information obtained from Dr. Yosef Ben-Jochannan's Book: Abu SimBel to Ghizeh

Name
  Date
Purpose
Kahum
Medical
Papyrus
1700
BCE
A compendium formation about women's diseases and pregnancies
Edwin Smith
Papyrus
1600
 BCE
A comparative surgical text, and anatomical inquiry. It especially deals with the spinal column  
  Ebers
Medical
Papyrus
1550
BCE
The most extensive of all and the most collective number of different authors and sources dealing with internal medicine and pregnancy
Hearst
Medical
Papyrus
 1550
BCE
An XVIIIth Dynasty masterpiece of specialized medical practices and practitioners in rural areas
Erman
Medical
Papyrus
1550
BCE
Medicine mostly related to childbirth and pediatrics 
 London
Medical
Papyrus
 1350
BCE
An XVIIIth Dynasty theoretical document mixing medicine, magic and religion, etc. with special references to philosophical ideas, etc. Prayers are common sources of power  
Berlin
Medical
Papyrus
1350
BCE
An XIXth Dynasty reflection of most of the teachings presented in the Hearst and Ebers papyrus;particularly adapted to pregnancy determination and possibility of fertility  
 Chester
Beatty
Medical
Papyrus
1350
BCE
Deals with the medical writings of Tet, or Neter-hotep, the Chief Physician of his era, diagnostic medicine     

The History of Modern Scientific Discoveries

All of the modern scientific laws and theories discovered by European scientists was done after the invasion and colonization of the African continent. The colonization of Africa began around 1415, when the Portuguese invaded and conquered the port city of Ceuta in North Africa. Why are the majority of European advance scientific discoveries took place after the invasion and colonization of the African continent by Europeans? The answer is because most if not all of these advance scientific laws and theories were stolen from the Africa continent by European scientists. The first European countries to invade and start colonizing certain parts of the African continent  started with Portugal in 1415 followed by Spain in 1496, France in 1500 and Great Britain in 1604.  This was also the start of the African Slave trade from the 15th through the 19th centuries.  Where well over over 250 million Black African people lost their lives in what turn out to be the greatest atrocity done to any group of people in all of recorded history. 

     Name  DateDiscovery
Country
 Copernicus
1543
Solar System 
    Poland
    Kepler
 1619
Kepler's Laws improved the model of Copernicus
   Germany 
    Galileo
1630
 Telescope/Microscope
Improved on Kepler's and Copernicus models
    Italy
Gottfried
Leibniz
1684
    Calculus
  Germany
Isaac
Newton
 1687
   Laws of Motion
    F=MA
    England
Nicolas
Carnot
1824     ThermodynamicsFrench
Military
Engineer
    Dimitri
Mendeleev
1869   Periodic Table    Russia
Albert
 Einstein
1915    Theory of RelativityGermany







The Berlin Conference Destabilized the African Continent

The Berlin Conference was conducted in 1884. The Berlin Conference is where 14 major western countries decided to colonized the interior of Africa by dividing up the land among each other. The whole of Africa was divided into 50 countries. At the time of the conference that was held in Germany, 80% of the African continent remained under traditional and local control. These Europeans nations exploited the Black African people and took control of Africa's rich natural resources. 

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France Turkey Germany
Spain Portugal Denmark
Italy Netherlands Sweden - Norway
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