Thank an Inventor
THANK AN INVENTOR - AAPI MONTH: Dr. Ted Fujita kept very detailed notes in his professional and private life. His curiosity about, well, everything, led him to draw conclusions no one else had seen before. Among his observations was the fact that not all tornadoes are the same and, after studying them for years, he created a six-point scale to measure their intensity, known as the Fujita Scale.
Source: PBS AAPI Pioneers
THANK AN INVENTOR - WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH: While working as a weaver, Tabitha Babbitt watched people struggling to cut wood with a pit saw, which required two users and only cut in one direction. Determined to help, she attached a circular blade to her spinning wheel and invented the much more efficient circular saw.
📖 source: USA TODAY