Learning to construct a "Time Machine" is an endeavor that may be something worth knowing how to accomplish.  If by chance, one is interested in understanding the construct that we were born into, it will be essential to participate in this thread, and, this engagement can help to gain the kind of insight that will be needed.  One elementary tool that has to be developed is the ability to better understand history. Start with the so-called revolutionary war of The British North American Colonies. The First thing to do is to ask yourself, what do I know about this event and where did I acquire the information from.


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I see U Adisa!  I Guarantee that you will have a story to tell your Gran that will have her standing tall to face the world.


I'm trying to piece it all together!  I do not yet fully have the complete picture but definitely notice some connections.  Makes me think of the popular song I heard over and over again down in Disney, "It's a small world."  Also pretty interesting that both Whipple and Hall both had Prince as a first name.     

The benefit from putting puzzles together, piece by piece, is more than what words have the ability to convey.


This information is an important piece of the puzzle>

Always ask the question: what were the people who are relative to me, doing, at this time, and then let the question evolve. <This data will provide information that will establish a firm foundation to stand upon so that one might see American and World History with some degree of clarity.

This is good data to help in the creation of our Time Machine>The Louvre Pyramid is a large glass and metal pyramid designed by architect I.M. Pei, surrounded by three smaller pyramids, in the main courtyard of the Louvre Palace in Paris. The large pyramid serves as the main entrance to the Louvre Museum. Completed in 1989, it has become a landmark of the city of Paris. The pyramid and the underground lobby beneath it were created because of a series of problems with the Louvre's original main entrance, which could no longer handle the enormous number of visitors on an everyday basis.


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