Technology through History
That Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone is relatively without debate, however the where of it, that is a question apparently very much in question. Do you know?
This hub will analyze the advances in technology, and how they are being integrated into the educational system. It will also look at the effects this technology will have on the system as a whole.
The role and contribution of the steel industry in the United States and how it lead to economic growth and technological spillover.
Originally written for Air Power theory course given at the University of Nebraska at Omaha in December 2009. This gives the RC-135 story based upon fact rather than fiction.
Thomas Alva Edison's greatest achievement was not the incandescent light bulb, the phonograph, cement, or even an electric generator.. Edison's greatest achievement was the innovative process he used in his inventions....
Where are we going, and how did we get here? These are the two most important questions we can ask ourselves as a species, and here are some speculative answers based on today's best evidence.
This book is based on the real life drama that unfolded into heroin addiction, gambling, and drug trafficking among night club hostesses in Los Angeles and Las Vegas in the 1950s.
Carbon dating and other resources reveal how old the Egyptian pyramids really are. This suggests the pyramids were built long before the height of the ancient Egyptian civilization. Were the ancient Egyptians in essence...
The lowly pressing iron, like no other household utensil throughout history, has brought the latest advances of technology to the hands of everyday people. All the latest developments of metals, materials, improved...
How broadband internet changed the history of communication. A timeline for the history of communication starts at the hearth and broadband internet is our present point on the communication timeline
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