A Brief History of Entropy pt. 2 – Talk About the Revolutions

Around 1750 Europe and especially England saw the unfolding of the so-called first industrial revolution. Engineers learned how to build mechanical machines powered by steam, a thing that in the Ancient Greece was seen just as a recreational pastime. Now those steam engines were used to make clothes, turn mills and possibly to move people. … Continue reading A Brief History of Entropy pt. 2 – Talk About the Revolutions