The Fax Machine with laser-quality print, produce faxes that are far more legible and durable than old ones made on heat sensitive paper, which soon faded and became unreadable.

When Was Fax Machine Invented?

When Was Fax Machine Invented? From the mid-19th century, inventors had been working on ways of transmitting words and images down the telegraph or the telephone wires. The German physicist Arthur Korn is generally...
Like the Greek historian Thucydides & American historian Francis Parkman, Samuel Eliot Morison writes his books from firsthand experiences.

Samuel Eliot Morison – Famous American Scholar & Historian

Like the Greek historian Thucydides and the American historian Francis Parkman, Samuel Eliot Morison writes his books as much as possible from firsthand experiences. Indirect contact with the events that he recorded in his...
Sake Dean Mahomed was born in May 1759. His association with British East India Company not only supported him to learn the English language.

Sake Dean Mahomed – First Indian to Publish a Book in English

Who was Sake Dean Mahomet? He was a soldier, a masseuse, a restaurateur, a doctor, a litterateur, an entrepreneur, a Muslim, and a Christian.  He was an extraordinary man who spiced up the life of an...
History of Chromatography term “chromatography” was coined by Mikhail Tsvet drawing on two Greek Roots: Chroma (color) & graphein (writing). 

The History of Chromatography

The History of Chromatography is very interesting to know. But the word might also be a play on the botanist’s own surname, which means ‘color’ in Russian. According to this interpretation, ‘chromatography’ would literally mean...
The obelisk of the Englishman's attentions was Cleopatra's Needle, sixty-eight feet tall It had been presented to England half a century earlier by the Egyptian ruler Muhammed Ali.

Obelisk’s – Symbols of Conquest and Mysterious Power

An Obelisk's Perilous Voyage Egypt's stone originally raised in homage to the sun have been coveted since Roman times as symbols of conquest and mysterious power. it is  Weighing an average of 150 tons,...
Johannes Hevelius published the first detailed map of the surface of the Moon in 1647. He was born on 28 Jan 1611 in Danzig a city in Poland.

Johannes Havelius – First Man Who Map the Moon

Johannes Hevelius published the first detailed map of the surface of the Moon in 1647. He was born on 28 January 1611 in Danzig (Gdansk), now a city in Poland. His German name was...
John Hays Hammond Jr. lives and works in a medieval-style castle, which he built on rocky New England coast near Gloucester, Massachusetts.

John Hays Hammond Jr. – The Father of Radio Control

An "inventor's inventor," whose hundreds of patents underlie much of our modern technology. John Hays Hammond Jr. lives and works in a medieval-style castle, which he built on the rocky New England coast near...
Bohdan Winiarski was elected president of International Court of Justice by his fourteen fellow judges on Apr 5, 1961 and judicial arm of UN.

Bohdan Winiarski – Former Polish Politician and Jurist

Bohdan Winiarski was elected president of the International Court of Justice by his fourteen fellow judges on April 5, 1961. Bohdan Winiarski of Poland will continue to preside over the judicial arm of the...
Success of aeroplane led quickly introduction of First Ever AirMail. In Vanguard 17 Feb 1911, Fred Wiseman made first official airmail flight

The First Ever Airmail Must Get Through?

The success of the aeroplane led quickly to the introduction of airmail. United States in the vanguard and on 17 February 1911, Fred Wiseman made the first official airmail flight. He was carrying three letters...
The World Takes Wing & Adventure of Flight? First intrepid aviators who lifted off in heavier than air machines the urge to fly and strenuous

The World Takes Wing – The Adventure of Flight

The World Takes Wing – The Adventure of Flight? The first intrepid aviators who lifted off in heavier than air machines were all too aware of the huge gulf between the urge to fly...
The award to the German doctor Gerhard Domagk of the Nobel Prize for Medicine and Physiology was announced in 1939.

Gerhard Domagk – Nobel Prize Winner in Physiology

The award to the German doctor Gerhard Domagk of the Nobel Prize for Medicine and Physiology was announced in 1939. That is for his discovery seven years earlier of the "antibacterial effects of Prontosil."...
How are you feeling about “Ruff” The British Brown Dog Riots of 1907? Sometimes experimenting with animals generates some strong feelings.

‘RUFF’ – The Brown Dog Riots of 1907

How are you feeling about “Ruff” The Brown Dog Riots of 1907? Sometimes experimenting with animals generates some strong feelings. And results in the occasional nutter breaking into a laboratory. But that’s nothing compared...
Earthquake of Pakistan 2005 magnitude was 7.6 which struck on October 8, 2005, and, epicenter most destruction occurred in portion of Kashmir

The Massive Earthquake of Pakistan 2005

The high inaccessible mountains of Pakistan experienced a powerful earthquake. Both the mountainous location and the political setting of the earthquake led to delays and massive transportation problems. An earthquake of magnitude 7.6 struck...
Edgar Ansel Mowrer as author, journalist, and lecturer. He was an outspoken proponent of a vigorous foreign policy on the part of the United States and its allies.

Mowrer Edgar Ansel – Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist

Regarded by many as the dean of American foreign correspondents, Edgar Ansel Mowrer as author, journalist, and lecturer. He was an outspoken proponent of a vigorous foreign policy on the part of the United...
The War of 1812 between Britain and USA erupted, mostly with shipping. Britain was restricting America’s seaborne trade with other nations.

Jumping the Gun – The War of 1812

The War of 1812 between Britain and the United States erupted over a few issues, mostly to do with shipping. The Yanks didn’t like the fact that they were occasionally impressed into the Royal...
The head of the culinary empire comprising Buitoni pasta products and Perugina chocolates and confections is Giovanni Buitoni.

The Biography of Giovanni Buitoni

The head of the culinary empire comprising Buitoni pasta products and Perugina chocolates and confections is Giovanni Buitoni. The great-grandson of Giulia Buitoni, who started a small macaroni business in San Sepolcro, Italy in...
Very interesting to know history of Falklands War of 1982. Why did Falklands war start? 649 Argentine military personal died in Falkland War.

ARGY-BARGY – Argentine’s Falklands War of 1982

It is very interesting to know the history of the Falklands War of 1982. Why did Falklands war start? In 1983 a government inquiry, the Franks Committee partly blamed the Falklands War on Margaret...
Professor Mstislav Keldysh is a distinguished Russian physicist and mathematician and a professor at the University of Moscow.

Mstislav Keldysh – Distinguished Physicist and Mathematician

Mstislav Keldysh was the elected president of the U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences on May 19, 1961. Professor Mstislav Keldysh is a distinguished physicist and mathematician and a professor at the University of Moscow. He...
A very interesting history of Fatima Shrines in Portugal. As World War I was devastating Europe, three illiterate children in a poor village

The Historical Fátima Shrines in Portugal

A very interesting history of Fatima Shrines in Portugal. As World War I was devastating Europe, three illiterate children in a poor village started experiencing multiple visions of the Virgin Mary in an isolated...
Perhaps the most popular lost treasure in the whole of Eastern Idaho at least in terms of numbers of people who know of it and have tried to find it is Kelly's Canyon Gold.

The Lost Treasure of Kelly’s Canyon, Idaho

Perhaps the most popular lost treasure in the whole of Eastern Idaho at least in terms of numbers of people who know of it and have tried to find it is Kelly's Canyon Gold....

Recent Posts