In Schenck v. United States (1919), the Supreme Court invented the famous “clear and present danger” test to determine when a state could constitutionally limit an individual’s free speech rights under the First Amendment. The paraphrase “yelling fire in movie theatre” was a result of the unanimous opinion written by Justice Oliver Holmes.
Greek philosopher Socrates, in 399 BC, was persecuted for an early argument promoting free speech.
Occupational therapy techniques date back to 100 BC, when a Greek physician named Asclepiades used OT techniques to treat mental illness.
Spider webs were used as bandages in ancient Greece and Rome.
From the late 19th century, American doctors started having an office on their real estate. It was not attached to their house. They usually treated and operated on their patients in their office only.
In Indus Valley Civilization, houses were built from bricks. The houses were two to three stories high.
After 8000 BC, people in Jericho, the Middle East started making sun-dried bricks. They used the bricks to build their houses.
The Knap of Howar is the oldest building in the world. Its location is in the country of Orkney. It dates back to 3600 BCE.
In ancient times, humans used animal skin and bones to build their tents.
Marie Curie was not her real name.