Sabtu, 15 Juni 2013

Inventors Ship Fire

Robert Fulton (14 November 1765 - 24 February 1815) was an engineer and inventor who is widely credited with developing the first commercially successful steamboat commercially. In 1800 he was commissioned by Napoleon Bonaparte to design the Nautilus, the first practical submarine in history.

Fulton has been interested in steamboats in 1777 when he visited William Henry of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, who earlier learned about James Watt steam machine on a visit to England. Henry then made his own engine and in 1767 he had tried to put the engine into the boat. The experiment failed because the ship sank, but interest continues.

13 Most Mysterious Animals In The World

In this world once discovered many strange creatures and mysterious intriguing not only among scientists, but also ordinary people, to see, learn, and understand it. But not infrequently, since the emergence of the creatures so rare that only a handful of people can be seen, or because it is very dangerous, these creatures end up just being a complementary literature courses or just became a legend told by word of mouth. Here are just 13 of these strange creatures and mysterious which data is picked from various sources.

Rabu, 05 Juni 2013

Roger Bacon (1214-1294) - Inventor Magnifying Glass

Magnifying glass was first discovered by Roger Bacon, he is also known as Doctor Mirabilis (Latin: "wonderful teacher"), he was an English philosopher and Franciscan friar who placed an emphasis on empiricism. She is sometimes named as one of the advocates of the modern scientific method in Europe, inspired by the works of Plato and Aristotle through Islamic scientists and scholars of Jewish predecessors: Ibnu Sina, Ibnu Rushd and Maimonides.

Kamis, 16 Mei 2013

Wizarding World of Plants (Mimbilus Mimbletonia)

"Small gray cactus in a pot, except that it was covered with what looked like boils rather than spines."

Mimbulusmimbletonia is a very rare plant. The origin of the plant is assumed to be in Assyria.

Wizarding World of Plants (Rue)

Rue (Ruta) is a genus of strongly scented evergreen subshrubs 20-60 cm tall, in the family Rutaceae, native to the Mediterranean region, Macaronesia and southwest Asia. A well-known species is the Common Rue.

Wizarding World of Plants (Mandrake)

A Mandrake, also known as Mandragora, is a plant that has a root that looks like a human (like a baby when the plant is young, but maturing as the plant grows).

Screams of Mandrake adult when excavated will kill every person who heard it, but the screams of a young Mandrake usually just going to drop someone for a few hours. Mandrake is not just like a human, but it also has a similar behavior with them.

Oldest Underwater City In The World

Archaeologists observe the ancient ruins of a submerged city off the coast of Greece which was estimated to be 5,000 years old, making it the oldest underwater city in the world today.
This summer project is the first of five years of cooperation between Greek and British researchers to investigate Pavlopetri, who never studied since it was discovered and mapped by an archaeologist and England in 1967-1968.