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  • Greates contribution was combining the sciences of electricity, magnetism, and optics into one model
  • Spontaneous generation – life is generated from non-living materialsTheory struck at the very foundation of the emerging theory of evolution
  • How could a goo God design and sustain a world filled with pain and suffering?God had little or nothing to do with the creation or maintaining of this world…death of his 10 year old daughter seemed to prove itExcluded God and the Bible as a reliable source of information
  • Unlike the steam engine that received its power from outside the engineHenry Ford made the car an essential part of mobility in American and around the world
  • Tele (far) and graphein (to write)Demands could be made and responses could be sent in the heat of the moment. Not all the consequences were positive
  • Tele (far) with phone (voice)
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    • 1. Progress in Science and Technology
    • 2. James Maxwell • Scottish • Regarded as scientific genius • Made contributions to the fields of physics and astronomy • Albert Einstein built on the foundations laid by Maxwell
    • 3. James Maxwell
    • 4. Louis Pasteur • French • Made important discoveries that prevented diseases • Proved that spontaneous generation is a myth
    • 5. Louis Pasteur
    • 6. • Pasteurization – heating a liquid to slow the development of disease-causing microbes
    • 7. Charles Darwin • His theory assumed a natural explanation for man’s origins • Believed that all living things came from a single life form
    • 8. Charles Darwin
    • 9. TECHNOLOGY
    • 10. Railroad • Britain developed the first known railway system in the world • Transcontinental Railroad was finished in the US in 1869
    • 11. Steamship • Steamships replaced sail-driven ships and traveled across the ocean
    • 12. Internal Combustion Engine • Produced its power inside the engine • Powered by gasoline or diesel • Europeans developed the first automobiles
    • 13. Flight • Wilbur and Orville Wright built the first successful airplane • First flight was on December 17, 1903
    • 14. Telegraph • Send messages over wire lines using a code developed by Samuel Morse. • Cable was laid across the Atlantic Ocean so could now send messages around the world
    • 15. Samuel Morse
    • 16. Telephone • Alexander Graham Bell was the first to patent it.

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