Tag Archives: history

Book Review: The Map That Changed the World Will Lead You Astray

A review of Simon Winchester’s The Map That Changed the World

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Hyperbole vs Hypotenuse – Did the Greeks Really “Not” Develop Trigonometry?

The Telegraph – Greeks Get Rekt’ **DISS TRACK**

The Janitor Who Cleaned Up an Ice Age Mess

The Ice Age theory of climate change had been melting for some time, so this janitor mopped it all up with a new theory.

Medicine Ball

When America abandoned its lepers, a young black woman came in like a wrecking Ball to the rescue.

Time to Rock

The Word of the Lord reveals the Earth to be 6000 years old. Lord Kelvin said it’s a couple of millions old. Inspector Holmes finds out.

Stargazing with Edwin Hubble and Nicolas Catpernicus

Cats were and continue to be important for humans to think outside the box, for the inside is always occupied by them.

Yasui Kono in the Age of Ryosai Kenbo

Despite not being seenĀ as warriors, women in the Meiji era had their own battles to fight, almost always with a handicap. This was especially true to those who wanted better education.

Marjory Stephenson’s Major Stepping Stones

When the world closed its doors on Marjory Stephenson, she went micro and built her own.

Faraday’s Two Lucky Days

Michael Faraday: twice rejected; twice lucky – one lifetime of greatness.

The Time Hutton Turned the Heat On

How deep time was discovered underneath ancientĀ rocks.