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Nikola Tesla 1850: "Tesla Coil" electrical resonant transformer Micheal Faraday 1791: "electrolysis" direct electric current (DC current) James Maxwell 1831: Magnetic field Marie Curie 1807: radio activity Issac Newton 1642: Astronomy Albert Einstein 1879: space/time theory James Watson & Francis Crick 1928/1916: DNA Neils Bohr 1885: Atomic model Charles Darwin 1809: Evolution

Glass half full? Glass half empty? #optimist #pessimist #full #empty #inspiration #funny #witty #quote

"The first documented appearance of the word "nerd" is as the name of a creature in Dr. Seuss's book If I Ran the Zoo (1950), in which the narrator Gerald McGrew claims that he would collect "a Nerkle, a Nerd, and a Seersucker too" for his imaginary zoo... By the early 1960s, usage of the term had spread throughout the United States, and even as far as Scotland. At some point, the word took on connotations of bookishness and social ineptitude..." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nerd

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10 Geek Furniture Designs

Geek Clock. I was thinking about making stickers for elevator panels and a clock like this just a couple ays ago. lol

For those of you who aren't keen on the death ray, keep this in mind: He started working on it, feared its destructive capabilities, and destroyed the entire project.