The Greeks are often looked at and studied in relation to their methods of civilization. Ancient Greeks, however, are also known for their rather amazing technological advancements.Greeks In Antiquity...
Every school child is imbued with a history of the American Revolution that glorifies the great accomplishments, political, military and social, of the famous founding fathers. We learn that George Wa...
This past New Years holiday weekend, I had planned on the ritual television viewing of endless college and professional football games with my son. He is home for Christmas break from university, and ...
A regular and repeated argument in commercial circles is the one that debates the order of importance between the factory floor producing the product and the sales team ensuring that it finds its plac...
Inventions had their blossoms and dry times, however a human being will always strive to get, find or innovate new phenomena and use them for people future development. Starting from the invention...
Albert Einstein's famous "Theory of Relativity" (e = mc2) is as familiar to many millions of people as a popular modern commercial limerick for a soft drink or a jingle for a candy bar. Even though ve...
Taking inventions from concept to reality can be difficult. In fact, it's quite confusing. I've been down that path several times myself, and without help simple matters become daunting. Twenty yea...
Richard Trevithick was born at Redruth in Cornwall on the 13th April 1771, the fifth child and only son of the manager of the Wheal Chance copper mine near Cambourne. Richard attended the local villag...
Recently I visited a new car dealership, something millions of people in the United States do every month. Several weeks later I visited the Florida State Department of Motor Vehicles for a bit of lic...
I am going to relate this true story out of a sense of frustration. Hopefully, my experience, and disappointment at seeing a wonderful opportunity torched by sloppiness, will enlighten others to maxim...