Free eBook Computers (Great Inventions) download
by Anne Fitzpatrick
Author: Anne Fitzpatrick
Publisher: Smart Apple Media (August 1, 2003)
Category: Math Science
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An introduction to the ideas and technical developments that produced today's computers. Includes a "hands on" activity.
Computers are one of humanity’s greatest inventions without a doubt. The compact computers we use today are a result of inventions like the transistors and integrated circuits. The first mechanical computer was invented by Charles Babbage. But it was vastly different from what we have now. It used moving parts to do the computations and weighed tons. The compact computers we use today are a result of inventions like the transistors and integrated circuits
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Fire gave us warmth, protection, and led to a host of other key inventions and skills like cooking. 20. PERSONAL COMPUTER - invented in the 1970s, personal computers greatly expanded human capabilities. The ability to cook helped us get the nutrients to support our expanding brains, giving us an indisputable advantage over other primates. 2. WHEEL - the wheel was invented by Mesopotamians around 3500 . to be used in the creation of pottery.
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Download to your computer. Grade 4-8-Platt organizes his introductions to inventors and inventions around "eureka moments" when scientific breakthroughs occurred. The author's 29 examples include such familiar stories as Eli Whitney and the cotton gin and Edward Jenner and the smallpox vaccination.
A great mind, no doubt, and had he the focus to concentrate on any single idea long enough to bring it into reality, he might well have proven to have been one of the greatest inventors in history. Among his many creations were the lightning rod-a device which saved countless homes and lives from lightning induced fires, the glass armonica (a glass instrument, not to be confused with the metal harmonica), the Franklin stove, bifocal glasses, a carriage odometer and even the flexible urinary catheter (ouch).
The invention of the airplane was no exception. Although many people who heard about the first powered flight on December 17, 1903 were excited and impressed, others reacted with peals of laughter. The idea of flying an aircraft was repulsive to some people.