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It’s hard to imagine a world without the work of George Washington Carver and his efforts in developing peanut butter and peanut butter-related products. It’s even harder to think of a world without the work of Henry Sampson, who invented the gamma-electric cell and ushered in the cell-phone age.

But the Pin Points Theatre will try to make you forget both tonight during its production of “1001 Black Inventions.”