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Happy Birthday To The U.S. Patent System!

The very first U.S. Patent Law, the Patent Act of 1790, was signed into law by President George Washington on April 10, 1790. If any of you were thoughtful enough to buy your favorite Patent Attorney a present to celebrate the day, Thank You!

On this day, in 1869, Dimitri Mendeleev first published the Periodic Table of the Elements

Israeli Scientists Claim That They Will Have A Cure For Cancer Within A Year

Amazing story out of Israel. We can only hope they can succeed!!! Read more here.

Today should be a day of celebration for coffee lovers.

On this day in 1865, the patent issued on the first coffee percolator !!!   coffee

Happy birthday!

Happy birthday to an inventor that has brought much joy into the world.... Milton Hershey!

In 1975, a Cat Co-Authored a Physics Paper

Yes.... there really was once an article published in a peer review Physics journal, co-authored by ... a cat !!!!  Read about it here

August 13, 1889

So, were it not for the invention of William Gray, Adam Levine and Maroone 5 would not have had anything to sing about! On this day in 1889, the first payphone patent was granted!Screen Shot 2018-08-13 at 9.42.49 AM (002)

July 31, 1790

On this day in 1790 the very first U.S. Patent is granted! Signed by George Washington, the first U.S. patent was issued to Samuel Hopkins for the process of making potash. Learn more here

Great invention!

Let's hope she has a lifetime of inventions ahead of her! Learn about this 12 year old engineer's invention here

The moon landing was a disaster....almost

Tranquility base here.... the Eagle has landed! July 20, 1969. BUT.... what is lost is that if were not for Neil Armstrong's skill, the landing would have been a disaster! The landing site was filled with rocks that very likely would have damaged the lander. Armstrong manually flew and landed with almost no fuel remaining. Watch a brief story here