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Martin Dickie and James Watt, Co-founders of BrewDog

Martin Dickie and James Watt, Co-founders of BrewDog

James Watt Birthday-19 Jan.1736 » eiidirect

James Watt Birthday-19 Jan.1736 » eiidirect

JAMES WATT - Scotsman James Watt helped take us from the farm to the factory and into the modern world. Though a truly awful businessman, he was the ingenious engineering power behind the industrial revolution.

JAMES WATT - Scotsman James Watt helped take us from the farm to the factory and into the modern world. Though a truly awful businessman, he was the ingenious engineering power behind the industrial revolution.

"Such shapes of unintelligible brass, or heaped himself in such a horrid mass, of tin & iron, not to be understood, and forms of unimaginable wood, to puzzle Tubal Cain & all his brood; great screws & cones & wheels of groove.  The elements of what will stand the shocks of war & wind & time; upon the table more knacks & quips there be, than I am able to catalogue in this verse of mine: A pretty bowl of wood, not full of wine, but quicksilver ...." (Shelley on assisting Reevely with Steam…

"Such shapes of unintelligible brass, or heaped himself in such a horrid mass, of tin & iron, not to be understood, and forms of unimaginable wood, to puzzle Tubal Cain & all his brood; great screws & cones & wheels of groove. The elements of what will stand the shocks of war & wind & time; upon the table more knacks & quips there be, than I am able to catalogue in this verse of mine: A pretty bowl of wood, not full of wine, but quicksilver ...." (Shelley on assisting Reevely with Steam…

Martin Dickie and James Watt, Co-founders of BrewDog

Martin Dickie and James Watt, Co-founders of BrewDog

Saatchi Art Artist Oliver James Watt; Painting, “Hope” #art

Saatchi Art Artist Oliver James Watt; Painting, “Hope” #art

Martin Dickie and James Watt, Co-founders of BrewDog. Driving a tank through Camden in north London

Martin Dickie and James Watt, Co-founders of BrewDog. Driving a tank through Camden in north London

James Watt

James Watt

France, 1825-1830, simplex, 25 cm "Soho" scales, boxwood. By1790 James Boulton and James Watt modified Coggeshall slide rules to improve their accuracy and usefulness. By 1799 their Soho slide rule helped to usher in the Industrial Revolution. It facilitated the design and manufacture of their seminal machine, the steam engine.

France, 1825-1830, simplex, 25 cm "Soho" scales, boxwood. By1790 James Boulton and James Watt modified Coggeshall slide rules to improve their accuracy and usefulness. By 1799 their Soho slide rule helped to usher in the Industrial Revolution. It facilitated the design and manufacture of their seminal machine, the steam engine.

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