In 1895, a German physicist named Wilhelm Rontgen made a discovery that changed the medical industry forever. Due to this amazing discovery, the inner workings of the human body could be visible without surgery. Indeed, we are talking about the X-Ray. In the midst of studying the effects of passing electrical current through … Continue reading The X-ray: History and Homage
Hello friends, this will be my final post of the year. Sunday night I was hit with the notion to stay offline for the majority of the week. After last night, I understand why I was given such a notion… but we’ll get to that in just a few. It’s unbelievable how fast this … Continue reading Christmas 2020: A Year, A Nation, A World in The Balance
Each year I see debate about this topic. As it only seems to be growing, here’s my spare change… Continue reading Is It Wrong for Christians to Have A Christmas Tree?
As Christmas approaches ever so quickly, I find myself lost in the thoughts that seem to have gathered together like lumps of coal in wretched stocking labeled 2020. For this, I decided to start writing and let the words lead the post. I’m not sure if this will work. Lets find out together. I’m … Continue reading O’ Christmas Trees(Plural)
Continuing along with the series in which we highlight great men and their contributions to civilization, we must delve into the area of fuels and their crude precursors. While in Derbyshire, England, James Young, a Scottish chemist, stumbled upon black oil creeping out from the roof of a colliery in 1847. He began experimenting with … Continue reading Great Scotsmen: James Young & David Livingstone
Let us honor several men who lifted means of farming and the “working of the land” to heights that swiftly led us to where we are today. One gentleman who did much to revolutionize one of the most primitive tools of agriculture was a young fellow born in Berwickshire, Scotland named James Small, who … Continue reading Hand To The Plow, A Look Back: James Small, Joseph Foljambe, & John Deere
I’m taking the time to highlight great men and the inventions/innovations made possible by peoples of European descent. I believe that some remembrance is due as we move into a time of history alteration and erasure. Most of the content written will be gathered and compiled from encyclopedias and other various books on inventors … Continue reading Western Christian Civilization: Iron & Shropshire, England