About Fingerprints

The use of fingerprints to identify people began when two men who looked nearly identical, with the same name, arrived at the same prison. They had never even met! Backhause, Tyler; Backhause, Tyler. 1,000 Random Facts Everyone Should Know: A collection of random facts useful for the bar trivia night, get-together or as conversation starter. (p. 19). Kindle Edition. It happened in 1904 at Leavenworth … Continue reading About Fingerprints

From Stone To Metal

Last week on Trivia Saturday I told you a little about the Stone Age. This one is about the transition from stone to metal. Around 8,000 BCE people started making simple cold-hammered tools from copper and gold. With that accomplishment, the 3.2 million-year-old Stone Age ended, FINALLY 🧐 It would be another 4,500 years before the first form of writing was invented, but metal tools … Continue reading From Stone To Metal