The American Car

July 4, 2012 | In: Car History

Although all across America manufacturers like Ransome Olds or Henry Ford manage to produce an important amount of automobiles, the car was considered to a luxurious object and not a necessity. The real beginning of the American modern automobile...


The Steam Engine

July 1, 2012 | In: Car History

The steam engine is an engine with an external combustion, which transforms the thermic energy of the steam into movement. But what are the principles? First, the pressurized steam is produced in a steam generator (a place with boiling water) and after...


The first car

June 28, 2012 | In: Car History

In 1887, the first Daimler car is produced. It’s not really what you expect from a car… it’s more like a wagon with a motor underneath. But, it still was the first 4 wheel+ motor vehicle in the world. The vehicle had an innovating cooling system...


Car short history

June 25, 2012 | In: Car History

Many think that the car is probably the biggest invention in history. Personally, I don’t agree, but if you stop to think a little, you can easily see that nothing happens without cars. Everyone and everything depend on cars. The first idea of a car...


Rock History

June 22, 2012 | In: Music History

Rock music is a genre specific to the second half of the 20th century and the first half of the 21st. There are two main instruments needed to play rock music: the guitar (6 string guitar and bass guitar) and drums. Rock music first appeared in the...


Hip-Hop History

June 19, 2012 | In: Music History

Hip hop is both a cultural movement as well as a music genre. It started to grow in the American suburbs in the early 70s which gave us old school rap. Kool Herc and Grandmaster Flash were two of those who created music especially for the suburb parties...


Antonio Vivaldi facts

June 16, 2012 | In: Music History

Antonio Lucio Vivaldi was born in 1678 in Venice. His father, Giovanni Battista, was a violinist in the San Marco Dome orchestra. He knew a beautiful girl while he was playing the violin and she also fell in love with him. So, Camilla Calicchio gave him a...


Short music history

June 13, 2012 | In: Music History

Music has been around since the beginning of mankind. All over the world, people sang songs of greef, sorrow, happiness, greed, and so on. Music is the most interesting method to share your feelings. It doesn’t matter if you’re singing with your...


The Vietnam War

June 11, 2012 | In: World War I

The Vietnam War occurred in present-day Vietnam. It represented an attempt of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam and the National Front of the Liberation of Vietnam to overtake the country and install a communist system. Opposing them was the Republic of...


The Third Punic war

June 9, 2012 | In: World War I

Even though Rome won The Second Punic War, the hatred for Carthage exploded even more. Romans hated them so much they wanted any Phoenician land erased from the map. This extraordinary country never ceased to amaze the Romans, by managing to get on...