In 1891 a simple game was invented that changed the world.
Over time the English language has developed through three main stages; Old English, Middle English and Modern English.
How does this theory differ from traditional ideas about teaching and learning?
Benjamin Martin stipulates that no language can ever be permanently the same, but will always be in a variable and fluctuating state.
Throughout time, the basketball uniform has changed dramatically, featuring such trends as lengthening and shortening hemlines, improved footwear for play and adding accessories for flair.
Simply put, the difference between weather and climate is time.
Weight becomes an even bigger factor when trying to get a spaceship somewhere as far away as Mars, land there, and come back again.
This summer's bushfires were unprecedented and horrific, but fire isn't new in Australia.
Justin Zobel examines how the computer has changed over 60 years to become what it is today.
Perhaps the most enduring source of conflict within the Bitcoin community derives from incompatible visions of what Bitcoin is and should become.