Great Moments in Coffee Break History
Upon noticing the curvature in his coffee mug, Christopher Columbus wondered if the Earth was also round, and devised a plan to test out that theory.
During a coffee break with his brother, Wilbur, the caffeine in Orville Wrights drink provided the lift and inspiration he needed to invent the first airplane.
While pondering the chemical reaction of caffeine in the body during a coffee break, Marie Curie hit on an idea that led to her discoveries about radioactivity.
The very first coffee break happened when cavemen discovered fire and decided to boil water to make some coffee. (Even if they didnt exactly know what coffee was.)