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Posts Tagged ‘Robert Sterling Clark’

1936

John Maynard Keynes publishes The General Theory of Economics. So-called “Macroeconomics” is born. The Olympic Games are held in Berlin. African American track and field star Jesse Owens wins gold medals. A UFO crashed near the city of Freiburg, according to some sources. It is said that the UFO was retrieved, and that German scientists attempted to understand the UFO’s […]

1908

The Tunguska meteorite. A mysterious fireball exploded over Tunguska in Siberia, creating shock waves felt miles away and setting 1,200 acres on fire. In 1927, Russian scientists first visit the sight of the blast. They find no meteorite fragments. Robert Sterling Clark – still in the Army – undertakes an ambitious expedition to a remote area of […]

1905

Albert Einstein’s “Theory of Special Relativity.” See, “Elektrodynamik Bewegter Korper,” 17 Annalen der Physik, pp. 891-921. (1905). Robert Sterling Clark – still in the Army – travels to the West Indies to begin preparations for an ambitious undertaking: an expedition to a remote area of northern China. The beginning of the 20th century saw eugenicists questioning the health […]

1903

The US Dept of Commerce and Labor is established. Thomas Edison produces the first ‘western’The Great Train Robbery.’ Henry Ford founds Ford Motors. Robert Sterling Clark – still in the Army – returns to Peking China. Yale Divinity School set up a program of schools and hospitals in China. Mao Zedong was among the staff. During the intrigues of […]

1889

Robert Sterling Clark, heir to the Singer Fortune, graduated from Yale University’s Sheffield Scientific School with a degree in engineering. He then entered the United States Army, which sent him to Manila and also to China. Related Articles:18321700