I noticed something fascinating in preparation for my start on my side page @the_historical_domain.
In history, we research specific points that show either the state of the times or a changing of them. If we explore early history we see constant advancements. The Greeks were proactive in the philosophy and humanity department while places like Rome played an intergal role in advancing technology with amazing minds like Leonardo Da Vinci. But in my broader research torwards modern day history, I noticed a dip in advance. Specifically in America. America, at the time when Napoleon was conquering Europa, was a beacon of progress. The world took notice to that. But then the industrial revolution hit. Now, I know there were many advancements during the industrial revolution but hear me out. During the age of industry it seems working conditions were worse than they had ever been in history. I am not the only one to notice this, the people who lived at the time did too. I suggest (if you haven't already) you read The Jungle which speaks about the horrors of the meat packing industry when meat was unregulated and unchecked. What came out of this observation? Nothing. I just think it's interesting. This straight incline suddenly dropping. What do you all think?