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What do Gottlieb Daimler, Thomas A. Edison, Robert Bosch, Konrad Röntgen and many other inventors have in common with Stefan Steinmetz?

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All of these famous inventors came up with  inventions in the late 18th century that, upon closer inspection, weren’t real inventions at all. Rather, these individuals developed existing inventions with their intelligence and skills, and then reached their social breakthrough.

 

Gottlieb Daimler, for example, did not invent the automobile, but rather helped turn it into a breakthrough by giving it four wheels and modifying the engine. STEFAN STEINMETZ did not invent flour, but he invented our flour. Thanks to his innovative STEFAN STEINMETZ machine, our grain and flour achieves greater purity and harmonious whole-grain taste without sacrificing nutrients and vitamins. To be precise, STEFAN STEINMETZ reinvented flour.

He was far too ahead of his time. We now feel that his time has come. The awareness of a healthy diet is changing with an increasing global population, greater environmental pollution, and frequent food crises. One can rightly ask why grain is not exclusively purified via the STEFAN STEINMETZ process in this modern age. We are completely certain that the world will come to give him the recognition that he earned 120 years ago.

 

What do Gottlieb Daimler, Thomas A. Edison, Robert Bosch, Konrad Röntgen and many other inventors have in common with Stefan Steinmetz?

All of these famous inventors came up with  inventions in the late 18th century that, upon closer inspection, weren’t real inventions at all. Rather, these individuals developed existing inventions with their intelligence and skills, and then reached their social breakthrough.

 the world will come to give him the recognition that he earned 120 years ago.