June 15, 2020
For educational institutions
⟶ Updated 30 Oct 2017 ⟶
List of edits
Long distance calling is now made available in the US thanks to loading coils being implemented along towers.
First solar panel made, consisting of copper coils and an insulated box. It was named a solar collector.
The first tv, a televisor, was created by John Logie Baird. This changed our lives forever, allowing us to see things out of our home.
The first form of glass-like plastic is created. Being the predecessor of Plexiglas, this material was used for car windows and other products seeing that it was very durable.
The first computer was created by John Mauchly and John Presper Eckert in late World War II. It weighed 30 tons and had over 6,000 switches. It was called the ENIAC (Electronic Numeric Integrator and Computer.)
Various forms of silicones were invented. They are chemically combined substances with carbon groups holding them together. They were used for sealants and lubricants.
The US launches its first satellite. Explorer 1 studied the radiation zones within Earth's magnetic field.
Acrylic Paint is invented, giving us a smarter alternative to regular paint. It drys quickly, chips less, and also blisters less.
Various rare Earth materials were discovered, allowing us to make our computers and operating systems faster and stronger. They provide faster faster hard drives, brighter light bulbs and larger storage systems.
The WWW is created (World Wide Web.) This allows everyone who has an internet connection to view and share their own ideas. The WWW also helps students learn, professors teach, and innovators to come up with new ideas.
About & Feedback