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A historical experiment. In 1934, the Chrysler corporation of the United States first adopted a streamlined body design. In 1937, German design genius fernand porsche began designing cars resembling the beetle. Not only did the beetle crawl on the ground, but it also flew in the air, and its physical resistance was small. Dr Porsche maximized the merits of the beetle's appearance, making "vw" cars the representative work of streamlined cars at the time. The "golden age" of the beatles was the "golden age" of the car from the 1930s to the late 1940s. The importance of gasoline was not recognized in the 19th century, when it was used in a great deal of kerosene. The oil refining then relied on simple distillation processes to separate the different components of the oil from the boiling point. The boiling point of the kerosene component is higher, and the use of safety when lighting lamps becomes the main product of crude oil refining, while gasoline and other components are often burned as fuel. By the mid - to late 19th century, the successful use of gasoline engines in 1886, in 1886, the gasoline engine was successfully used as a driving force, thus the importance of gasoline increased. But using distillation, only 20% of the gasoline can be extracted from crude oil. In 1911, the standard oil company have solved the problem of low gasoline yield, by William burton and Robert hamm forest thermal cracking process of the invention, the heavy quality heating gas oil cracking of light gasoline fractions, such as to overall improve the gasoline yield, thermal cracking process in 1913 won the patent license in the United States. The subsequent catalytic cracking process has further improved the gasoline yield and octane value. Inherent flaws in accounting earnings That does not stop Mr Draghi from warning that inflation is still being affected by a sluggish wage growth, which is now much slower than the "post-recession recovery". previously warned: "positions are too crowded to cause some pain."