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Charles Cros

Nineteenth-century French poet, humor article writer, and inventor. His poetry selections consist of Plainte, La Eyesight du Grand Canal des Deux Mers, as well as the posthumously-published Le Collier de griffes. He released poems in Renaissance litteraire et artistique, a journal that also presented the task of Verlaine and Mallarme. He believed, predicated on the light emitted from your planets, that existence been around on Mars and Venus. He wished to invent an enormous mirror that could allow conversation with extraterrestrials; nevertheless, the French authorities refused to invest in this task. He was created Emile-Hortensius-Charles Cros, near Carcassonne, France, and he passed away at age group forty-four in Paris. He developed the original idea for any phonograph. Before he could build a model, nevertheless, American inventor Thomas Alva Edison built the same gadget (both men developed their identical suggestions independently).

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