The Radiator

Wilhelm Maybach, a designer in 1897, Germany, design a radiator Continue reading

A Fish Breeding Technique Developed by the Germans

In 1933 a german by the name of Jacobi, a Naturalist, collected live trout and kept them in artificial ponds. Continue reading

International trade fairs still held annually

Fairs of Germany’s medieval cities which include those of Leipzig, begun in 1229; Frankfurt am Main, in 1240 (and perhaps as early as 1050); and Cologne, in 1360, all still hold annually international trade fairs. Continue reading

Einkorn Domestication, Southwest Asia

Einkorn is described as a one grained form of wheat. Continue reading

Invention of the Paper Clip

No not the darn paperclip in Microsoft’s Windows that asks if it can help, Im talking about the good old paper clip. Continue reading

The Theory that Light has particles…

On December 4, 1900, Max Karl Ernst Ludwig Planck theorized that light radiates not as waves (as Isaac Newton claimed), but that light was made of particles or packets called quanta. Continue reading

Laparoscopic Surgery

in 1901, with Tubes outfitted with surgical instruments and lenses, Georg Kelling a surgeon from Dresden, Germany preformed Laparoscopic Surgery in a dogs abdomen through a small incision. Continue reading

First Nobel Prize in Physics

Nobel Prize in Physics in 1901 Continue reading