While many of his theories were incorrect, this book set the basis of exploration by scientists later into the human conscious.
Theory of Relativity Published
This publication ushered in a new paradigm of physics and understanding of how the universe works.
First Road Signs
Pavlov Conducts His Experiment on Conditioning
John Watson Conducts the Little Albert Experiments
Passage of Women's Right to Vote in U.S.
The "Monster" Study
Electroshock Therapy First Used
These experiments added higher understanding of the nature of human morality and obedience.
Roe v. Wade
Stanford Prison Experiment
Facebook is Launched
February 1, 2004
Facebook is now one of the most popular social networking sites in the world and has been more successful than any social networking site in targeting all demographics and age groups because of its accessibility.
Austrian-American Karl Landsteiner Describes Blood Compatibility And Rejection
Insulin Is First Used
Insulin is used to treat diabetics and has sustained the lives of many suffering from this condition. Without it, diabetes could have prevented many people from contributing to society.
First Vaccine for Whooping Cough
First Vaccine for Tuberculosis
Penicillin First Used
First Chemotherapy Efforts
Watson and Crick Discover the Double Helix DNA Model
This discovery allowed the structure and organization of DNA to finally be understood, setting the groundwork for genetics studies in the future.
First Organ Transplant
First Birth Control Pill
First Test Tube Baby is Born
July 25, 1978
Stem Cells Discovered
First Mammal Cloned
Human Genome Final Draft Completed
June 26, 2000
This ended the fifteen year project of the human genome being mapped. It consisted of about 23,000 genes that were mapped, tracing the origin of specific traits in humans.
First Partial Facial Transplant
Non-Medical Technological Evolution
Wireless Radio Signaling
Assembly Line Used to Produce Cars
The beginning of the assembly line marked an increase in industrialization and efficiency in producing goods.
First Hybrid Vehicle
First Air Conditioner
First Manned Aircraft (Wright Brothers)
Study of Radioactivity
First Use of Aerial Bombardment
First Liquid-Fueled Rocket
Radio Remote Control
First Traffic Light
First Non-Silent Film
First Color Television
Frequency Modulation (FM radiowaves)
This contributed greatly to the way WWII was fought and how communication is transmitted even nowadays.
Discovery of Nuclear Reactivity
First Atomic Bomb Test Detonation
Random Access Memory
First Video Game (Radar Tennis)
First Commercial Airliner
This is very important for the transportation of goods and industrialization.
First Communications Satellite
First Neutron Star Spotted
The Cellphone affects how we communicate more than any other tool in the last 100 years. We can use it to manage businesses, school careers, and social lives.