Tuesday, September 27, 2022

The Birth of Airmail: On May 15th 1918 the Army Air Corps Began Carrying...

The Army had been detailed to help the Post Office with an experimental project to inaugurate airmail in America. This was the first regular...

Pioneers of the Sky – Amy Johnson and Charles Lindbergh

An American aircraft designer, Glen Curtiss, had already built a machine to attempt the first trans-atlantic flight, when the outbreak of World War One...

Hidden History: The Suppression of Proof (UFO’s)

As Americans we have mistakenly prided ourselves on having a free press as guaranteed under our Constitutional rights. This is what we were taught...

Who Invented the Traffic Light?: William Potts of Detroit

Despite widespread credit to Garret Morgan for a 1923 patent, traffic lights very closely resembling modern lights were in use in Detroit three years...

Jacques Piccard and Don Walsh: Journey to the Bottom of the Ocean

On January 23, 1960 Jacques Piccard and Don Walsh pulled off a feat so great people who have tried to break their record eventually...

Nickolaus Otto: Invented an efficient internal combustion engine

Although little known, Nickolaus Otto is an inventor we should remember every time we get into our cars. Before there was Karl Benz or Henry...

The Steam Engine: A Revolutionary Power Source

Although various steam motion devices had been known since the time of Hero of Alexandria. This new invention would replace horses with horsepower. When James...

Maglev: Long science fiction, maglev trains are becoming reality

First conceived around 1907, Mag-lev did not become a practical reality until 1984. But, the age of the mag-lev rail is coming soon. As a...

SWATH Technology: A new way to build boats

Small Water-plane Area Twin Hull boats and ships may be the watercraft of the future. By submerging two pods or pontoons below the water’s...

Who Invented the Elevator? American Inventor Elisha Graves Otis and before

Like is so often true, the answer depends upon your point of view. If looking for the first documented device that could do the...