Peter Goldmark invented the LP record.
Well, not exactly. Goldmark, a Hungarian Jew, led the team at Columbia that started to develop the LP in 1941. However, the first 33⅓ rpm record was created by RCA in 1931, but it didn't exactly catch on. When Goldmark's version was unveiled in 1948, it became the general standard. So Goldmark invented the LP record... technically?
Peter Goldmark invented color television.
Well, not exactly. Goldmark, a Hungarian Jew, created field-sequential color technology in 1940. CBS started to experiment with it. However, Goldmark's invention didn't catch on. Less than a year later, RCA and NBC created its own solution, which became the general standard. So Goldmark invented color television... technically?
Peter Goldmark invented the LP record OR color television: one or the other, but not both?