Ferdinand Demara is known by a nickname that says a lot about his craft. He was called The Great Impostor. And he surely lives up to his name, as he is one of the most notorious identity thieves who ever lived. Using different identities stolen from different people, Demara had posted as a teacher, a zoology graduate, a doctor of applied physics, a Pennsylvania dean, both Trappist and Benedictine monks, an assistant warden at a Texas Prison, a civil engineer, a lawyer, and much, much more.
There is an unbelievable development at the Institute for Marine Mammal Studies in Mississippi. Their dolphins learn smart tricks, all thanks to one named Kelly, who revolutionized a strategy that allows the dolphins to get more food.
I would shoot a wild guess here, you probably
hate loathe Mondays, and that is totally understandable. You start working again on Mondays, and you probably have tons of stuff to do, and meetings to attend to during Mondays, so it’s okay to hate it.
But if you’re Alexander I of Yugoslavia, you’d probably hate Tuesday the most.
Mankind has always found a way to ease up things. Since time immemorial, we have always endeavored to create inventions that will help us do something quicker, better, and easier. But most of the times, these inventions come with interesting stories. That is why, in today’s article, we’ll be talking about some interesting inventors and inventions stories. (more…)