Cultured Pearls, an Invention of Kokichi Mikimoto

In 1988, Kokichi Mikimoto, a Japanese business man implanted semiglobular mother-of-pearl beads in to Pearl Oysters. Continue reading

Beans Grown Since Ancient Times

Bean, Bean, The Musical Fruit, the more you eat, the more you…

All around the world, beans grown since ancient times. Continue reading

Nobel Prize for Peace

Nobel Prize for Peace in 1901

Nobel Prize split equally between both Jean-Henri Dunant and Frederic Passy. Continue reading

International Dentistry association was founded in Paris, France

In Paris, France, at the 3rd International Dentistry Conference, the International Dentistry Federation (Federation Dentaire Internationale) was founded. Continue reading

Map of Antarctica now in HD

Up until fall of 1997, the Antarctica maps had been very featureless, let alone, no one new what exactly was under that thick ice that covered it all. Continue reading

10 year old boy wins Gold at the Olympic Games

At the Paris, France Olympic Games a 10 year old boy was substituted for an adult in the Coxswain position due to his lighter weight. Continue reading

Nobel Prize for Literature

Nobel Prize for Literature in 1901

René François Armand Prudhomme was a French poet and essayist. Continue reading

Dental Implants by Mayans

The earliest examples of dental implant operations using non organic materials implanted in to the jawbone was circa 600 CE. Continue reading

First Prime Minister of Australia

Once Australia became part of the commonwealth, Edmund Barton, leader of the Australian federal movement became Prime Minister in 1900 and served until 1903. Continue reading

Robot airplane takes off from Canada on a 26 hour non stop flight…

That’s right on August 21st, 1998, a robotic airplane (Aerosonde) nicknamed “Laima” landed at Benbecula Military Range on an island of South Uist, in Outer Hebrides, Scotland. Continue reading