Einstein100102's Blog

All public blogs written by JetPunk user Einstein100102.
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Keyboards are some of the most famous and most recognizable musical instruments. In this article, I will talk about Pianos, Harpsichords, and Pipe Organs.

The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists recently showed the world that we are 100 seconds to midnight. Midnight means doomsday. Midnight means the end of the human race.

Day 6, Antigua & Barbuda

Antigua & Barbuda is a country in the Carribean. Today, I will be explaining the History and Geography of Antigua & Barbuda.

New Blogs On Weekdays

Hello everyone! A week from now is the beginning of the Lunar New Year. I decided to make an article about Lunar New Year/Chinese New Year.

Day 5, Angola

Angola is a country in Middle Africa. Today, I will be explaining the History and Geography of Angola.

New Blogs when I don't procrastinate.

The 5000th blog draft!

Day 4, Andorra

Andorra is a country in Southern Europe. Today, I will be explaining the History and Geography of Andorra.

New Blogs On Weekdays

Day 3, Algeria

Algeria is a country in Northern Africa. Today, I will be explaining the History and Geography of Algeria.

New Blogs On Weekdays

Day 2, Albania

Albania is a country in Southern Europe. Today, I will be explaining the History and Geography of Albania.

New Blogs On Weekdays

Google Chrome is the world's most used web browser. I am sure that most people reading this have used Chrome before or are using it right now. Here are a few cool things you can do to Chrome to customize it.

Today is the first day of December. December is the month that might just have the most holidays in the year. Today, I will explain about four holidays: Christmas, Yule, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa.

Today, the Fourth Thursday of November, is the 400th Thanksgiving, here in the United States. But in Canada, Thanksgiving is the Second Monday of October. Last year, I talked about some fun facts about Thanksgiving. This year, I will go more in depth about the history of Thanksgiving in multiple countries.

Day 1, Afghanistan

Afghanistan is a country in Southern Asia. Today, I will be explaining the History and Geography of Afghanistan.

The 20th Century

In this series, I explore events that happened during the 20th century. I will be exploring topics ranging from the World Wars to the Cold War, from the Great Depression to the Fall of communism. This is the sixth of this series. This is about the Cold War

Yay I got to one year

During the COVID-19 Pandemic, there have been many hate crimes committed against Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders (the AAPI community). But this isn't new. The history of discrimination against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders is as old as the United States itself. Today, I will be explaining the history of discrimination against the AAPI community.

Maps. They come in all sorts of sizes and shapes. But there is no perfect map. The earth is a spheroid. That means that it is almost a perfect sphere, but not quite. There are mountains and valleys, plateaus and hills. That means that there is no way to perfectly project a 3D spheroid onto a 2D map. That's where Map Projections come in. Cartographers have come up with many different ways to map the world. Toeay, I will be showing some of them.

During this pandemic that we are currently in, we have used our devices way too much. The only two ways to access programs, games, and websites are either to use an app or a web browser. The vast majority of us use web browsers. Today, I will be exploring the different web browsers, covering Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Opera.

The Titanic was a gigantic ship that was once the largest in the world. With a capacity of 2,000 passengers and crew, it took more than three years to build. But after all that building, it only took three hours for it to hit an iceberg and sink. That said, there may have been more factors in the Titanic's demise. In this article, I will be exploring the building, voyage, and sinking of the Titanic.

Borders. They separate one nation, country, territory, or region from another. But do you think these can exist in the ocean? Find out in this blog post!

Happy Thanksgiving!
Today, November 26, marks the 399th anniversary of the first Thanksgiving (In the United States). This holiday has a great impact on the average American. But there are some small hidden facts that not many people know about. So today, I have a special Thanksgiving Day article that reveals truths about one of the most celebrated holidays in America.


The 20th Century In this series, I explore events that happened during the 20th century. I will be exploring topics ranging from the World Wars to the Cold War, from the Great Depression to the Fall of communism. This is the fifth of this series. This is about WWII in Asia and the Pacific.
Happy Columbus/Indeginious People's Day!

Today, October 12, marks the 528th anniversary of Christopher Columbus arriving in the Americas. For good and for bad, he changed the world that we live in. So today, I have compiled a special Columbus/Indigenous Day article for one of the biggest questions in history.


The 20th Century

In this series, I explore events that happened during the 20th century. I will be exploring topics ranging from the World Wars to the Cold War, from the Great Depression to the Fall of communism. This is the fourth of this series. This is about WWII in Europe.

The 20th Century

In this series, I explore events that happened during the 20th century. I will be exploring topics ranging from the World Wars to the Cold War, from the Great Depression to the Fall of communism. This is the third of this series. This is about the lead-up to WWII.

The 20th Century In this series, I explore events that happened during the 20th century. I will be exploring topics ranging from the World Wars to the Cold War, from the Great Depression to the Fall of communism. This is the second of this series. This is about the Great Depression.

The 20th Century

In this series, I explore events that happened during the 20th century. I will be exploring topics ranging from the World Wars to the Cold War, from the Great Depression to the fall of communism. This is the first of this series. This is about World War One and the treaties signed in the Paris Peace Conference (1919-1920).

Explaining the Decolonization of the world

What is the coastline paradox?

What is free association?

In this blog, I will be explaining the geography, history, and politics of Taiwan.

According to the United Nations, there are 193 countries in the world. However, the Countries of the World says that there are 196 countries. Other sites say things from 194 to 205. Today, I will be explaining how many countries there are in the world.