With more than a thousand patents for inventions ranging from light bulbs to cement, Thomas Edison was one of the world's most prolific tinkerers. What did Edison dream up?
Sure, you may know him best as "the apples-and-gravity guy," but Sir Isaac Newton was arguably the greatest scientist who ever lived. His accomplishments and accolades read like a modern list of fake Chuck Norris trivia facts. Let's see if you can separate outlandish Newton lies from the equally amazing truths. See more »
No one can dispute that Albert Einstein is one of history's greatest thinkers. Although he isn't really known as an inventor, his ideas formed the basis for some of the greatest inventions ever devised. Here are a few of the man's most revolutionary discoveries. See more »