Weeksbury, KY (PRWEB) September 16, 2010
DiscoverMyInventions.com has recently launched a new series of pages detailing various inventions and how they affect modern life, and historical inventors. The new series also deals with the psychology behind how and why an inventor is driven to create. One of the recent articles focuses primarily on Leonardo da Vinci, a polymath of the 15th and 16th centuries. The article discusses his art, of which well known examples are the Last Supper and the Mona Lisa, and lesser known contributions that Leonardo made to society. For example, the article talks about Leonardo’s studies of the flight of birds, and his rudimentary designs for flying machines, which were later developed by other inventors. Another article on the site talks about an idea the site author has for a medical device that would be multi-purpose and revolutionary. While not providing extensive details, the article conveys rich enthusiasm, and includes a request for serious inquiry and investors. A final article talks about the way farming technology has advanced since the early 18th century. It contrasts the toil of early farming with the managerial style that is more common today. The article details many machines that have made farming easier and more efficient from the seed drill to tractors to automatic milking machines.
DiscoverMyInventions.com was launched in July of 2010, and is a great source of information about inventors, inventions, and the general history of creativity. The site also intersperses its more academic articles with more sublime offerings that explore, for example, the simple beauty of nature. The site is designed and maintained by WebsiteBusiness.com