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“The Pocket Watch: The Wearable Clock” By: Tayler Anderson, Virginia Tech 2018 Frequently, people think of time as a valuable element in society. Time keeps track of the progress of existence and events. It serves importance to have a … Continue reading
Overtime throughout history, the need to always move was at the forefront of Americans minds. Americans built wagons, steamboats, and railroads without knowing the impact that it would make for public transportation for generations to come. When wagons were first … Continue reading
In the medieval times, horses were used for speed and mobility during battles. It was often hard, however, to control the horse while defending with a spear or a sword in the other hand. Then came the emergence of the … Continue reading
The Alphabet by Micheal N. Geselowitz from “The Ancient Mediterranean” discusses the creation and evolution of symbols that we now call the Alphabet. From the earliest existence of civilization, cuneiform was one of the only forms of writing language that individuals would … Continue reading
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