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  1. 1. Technology and Science from1767 until the present<br />Technology and science from 1767 until the present of the people on the Thais’ lands<br />
  2. 2. Technology and Science from1767 until the present<br />Thais’ Lands<br />
  3. 3. Technology and Science from1767 until the present<br />Background – This Year on Earth in 1767<br />The Burmese invasion reaches the Siamese capital of Ayutthaya, razing it. This effectively divided the Kingdom of Siam.<br />North Carolina woodsman Daniel Boone goes through the Cumberland Gap and reaches Kentucky - in defiance of a decree from King George III. He discovers a rich hunting ground, contested by several &apos;Indian&apos; tribes. <br />American Whalers venture into the Antarctic for the first time, and begin to commercially exploit it. <br />Jean Jacques Rousseau settles in England.<br />The first known competition of the winter sport biathlon takes place in Norway <br />The final volume of The Life and Opinions of TristramShandy by Laurence Sterne is published. <br />Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart completes his first true opera, Apollo et Hyacinthus. <br />
  4. 4. What happened from <br />1767 until now in the <br />Thais’ lands?<br />Technology and Science from1767 until the present<br />
  5. 5. The people on Thai lands went from armies where around 10% of the soldiers had rifles and shooting wooden cannon balls in 1767 to being accused and sanctioned by the US Department of State in February 8th, 1994 for the Imposition of Chemical and Biological Weapons Proliferation.<br />Rice farming on Thai lands utilized water buffaloes to plow, hand casting and sickle harvesting in 1767. Whereas today, modern machinery might be used to plow, hand casting is still preferred for even rows of casting and modern machines might be used to harvest the paddies.<br />Transportation has gone from walking to boats, elephants, horses then bicycles, automobiles, mass transportation and air flight.<br />Musical Instruments were cast of bronze and made from wood in the past, the bronze is gone but the wood is still here utilizing modern techniques to manufacture them.<br />Technology and Science from1767 until the present<br />
  6. 6. Technology and Science from1767 until the present<br />
  7. 7. Technology and Science from1767 until the present<br />
  8. 8. Technology and Science from1767 until the present<br />
  9. 9. Technology and Science from1767 until the present<br />
  10. 10. Technology and Science from1767 until the present<br />The traditional costume of a Rattanakosin girl from a well-to-do family.<br />The traditional costume of a Bangkok girl influenced by the west.<br />
  11. 11. Technology and Science from1767 until the present<br />What two factors have been common and <br />most influential when it comes to <br />technology and science in the Thais’ lands <br />since 1767 until the present? <br />
  12. 12. Technology and Science from1767 until the present<br />
  13. 13. Technology and Science from1767 until the present<br />The Chakri Dynasty (and Taksin)<br />SomdetPhrachaoTaksinMaharaj(Taksin, The Great) bestowed 1981 by Thai cabinet. <br />สมเด็จพระเจ้าตากสินมหาราช or สมเด็จพระเจ้ากรุงธนบุรี (28 December 1768 - 10 April 1782)<br />Buddha YodfaChulalok the Great(Rama I)พระบาทสมเด็จพระพุทธยอดฟ้าจุฬาโลกมหาราช (6 April 1782 - 7 September 1809) <br />Buddha LoetlaNabhalai(Rama II)พระบาทสมเด็จพระพุทธเลิศหล้านภาลัย (7 September 1809 - 21 July 1824) <br />Nangklao(Rama III)พระบาทสมเด็จพระนั่งเกล้าเจ้าอยู่หัว (21 July 1824 - 2 April 1851) <br />Mongkut(Rama IV)พระบาทสมเด็จพระจอมเกล้าเจ้าอยู่หัว (3 April 1851 - 1 October 1868) <br />Chulalongkorn the Great(Rama V)พระบาทสมเด็จพระจุลจอมเกล้าเจ้าอยู่หัว &quot;พระปิยมหาราช&quot; (2 October 1868 - 23 October 1910) <br />Vajiravudh(Rama VI)พระบาทสมเด็จพระมงกุฎเกล้าเจ้าอยู่หัว (23 October 1910 - 26 November 1925) <br />Prajadhipok(Rama VII)พระบาทสมเด็จพระปกเกล้าเจ้าอยู่หัว (26 November 1925 - 2 March 1935) <br />AnandaMahidol(Rama VIII)พระบาทสมเด็จพระเจ้าอยู่หัวอานันทมหิดล (2 March 1935 - 9 June 1946) <br />BhumibolAdulyadej the Great(Rama IX)พระบาทสมเด็จพระเจ้าอยู่หัวภูมิพลอดุลยเดชมหาราช (9 June 1946 - Present) <br />
  14. 14. Technology and Science from1767 until the present<br />And the other most significant influence on technology and science in the Thais’ lands was…… <br />
  15. 15. Technology and Science from1767 until the present<br />Western Civilization<br />
  16. 16. Technology and Science from1767 until the present<br />Current Technology and Science keeps on going and going…….<br /> About 24 percent of the population of Thailand is classified as undernourished by the World Bank. This means they do not receive adequate nutrition in their diet. Almost all of the population (94 percent) has adequate access to sanitation. Of children under the age of five, about one-quarter are underweight, and nearly 22 percent are stunted (short for their age).<br />Despite malnourishment, Thailand is the world&apos;s largest rice exporter, accounting for over 22 percent of all agricultural exports by value in 1997. It also provides about 95 percent of the world&apos;s cassava (tapioca) exports. The government, however, has initiated large-scale irrigation projects, introduced higher-yielding varieties of rice, and encouraged mountain villagers to grow coffee, apples, strawberries, and other crops in an effort to increase exports and compete in the global market.<br />
  17. 17. Technology and Science from1767 until the present<br />Current Technology and Science keeps on going and going…….<br />The Siam Cement Public Company Limited <br />Key Dates: <br />1913: King Rama VI sponsors founding of Siam Cement in order to reduce the country&apos;s reliance on imported cement. <br />1915: Production begins with a capacity of 20,000 tons. <br />1938: The company begins producing roofing tiles in its first extension beyond cement. <br />1948: The company builds Thailand&apos;s first steel plant and begins producing iron and steel. <br />1952: The CPAC concrete products group is created. <br />1962: The company forms a distribution operation, the Construction Materials Marketing Company, later renamed Siam Cement Trading. <br />1976: The company invests in Siam Kraft Co., in its first diversification effort. <br />1983: A license to produce high-density polyethylene marks company&apos;s first entry into the petrochemicals market. <br />1990: The first of a series of reorganizations, into four core businesses, is implemented. <br />1998: The company announces plans to sell off noncore holdings. <br />2001: After sell-off fails, the company is restructured into six core businesses and two holding companies. <br />2003: Siam Cement creates a new Building Products division. <br />
  18. 18. Technology and Science from1767 until the present<br />Current Technology and Science keeps on going and going…….<br />Aquatic Animals and Plants - Kasetsart University&apos;s database of information on the native fish and corals of Thailand. <br />Doi Tung Development Project - Sustainable development project initiated by HRH Princess Srinagarindra of Thailand. <br />Energy Policy & Planning Office - Ministry of Energy, Bangkok, Thailand. <br />National Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology - Biotec. center of Thailand. <br />National Metal and Materials Technology Center - Design and manufacturing of metals,ceramics and polymers. <br />National Science and Technology Development Agency - Established to be the main driving force for rapid science and technology development in Thailand. <br />NECTEC - Responsible for the development of information technology in Thailand. <br />Royal Project Thailand - List of projects commissioned by His Majesty. Includes pictures and details. <br />Thailand Development Research Institute (TDRI) - Independent policy research institute in Thailand. <br />
  19. 19. Technology and Science from1767 until the present<br /> Annotated Bibliography<br /> Mr. Paul Skeffington 5/2 September 1, 2009 for SO103 Professor Dr. Frank Gold <br /> <br /> Wyatt, D. K. (2003). The Early Bangkok Empire, 1767-1851. In second edition, Thailand A <br /> Short History (pp. 122-165) . Chiang Mai, TH: Yale University Press<br /> <br /> The now deceased author, former Department Chairman at Cornell University Department of History for 33 years, used data from his personal library collection of over 15,000 Southeast Asia volumes, personal data accumulated from his numerous trips to Southeast Asia and relied heavily on various scholars to bring together a chronologically cohesive look at the current area known today as Thailand. His terse book looks at the lands from 40,000 BCE until the present and is jam packed full of carefully researched facts pertaining to how Thailand came to be the Thailand we all see today. I’ve used data found in chapter 6, The Early Bangkok Empire, 1767-1853, to chapter 11, Fresh Starts, 1976-2002 to help me get an understanding of technology and science from 1767 up to the present.<br /> <br />Gallucci, R. L. (1994). Imposition of Chemical and Biological Weapons Proliferation, <br /> Sanctions Against Entities in Thailand. Retrieved August 22, 2009, from FAS Federation of American Scientists Web Site: http://www.fas.org/spp/starwars/offdocs/940307.htm<br /> This document is Public Notice 1958 of the Department of State, Bureau of Political Military Affairs authored by the Assistant Secretary of State for Political-Military Affairs Robert L. Gallucci. This letter is the official notification of sanctions imposed on three (3) Thai companies. The section Supplementary Information stipulates the sections and sub-sections of various acts which have been violated by the companies as well as the companies in question. In addition the letter stipulates the specific sanctions, scope of the sanctions and length of sanctions imposed. The letter is dated February 27, 1994 and stipulates the sanctions effective date as February 9, 1994. This letter has a Federal Register date of March 7, 1994.<br /> The Siam Cement Public Company Limited. (2004). Retrieved August 23, 2009, from <br /> Funding Universe Web site: http://www.fundinguniverse.com/company-histories/The-Siam-Cement-Public-Company-Limited- Company-History.html<br /> Ancestry.com and MyFamily.com CEO Paul Allen co-found this website in 2004 to fill a void he noticed in networks that connect qualified entrepreneurs, angel investors and lending sources as well as provide information for entrepreneurs to obtain funding. I used this website for historical data on the Siam Cement Company.<br />
  20. 20. Technology and Science from1767 until the present<br />Rice Farming. (2003) Retrieved August 25, 2009, from Food Market Exchange Web site: <br /> http://www.foodmarketexchange.com/datacenter/product/grain/rice/detail/dc_pi_gr_rice0303_01.htm<br /> Food Market Exchange is owned and operated by, service provider of e-procurement and e-auction services, Biz Dimension Co. Ltd. of Thailand. In providing their services, Food Market Exchange offers cross-marketing information on thousands of industries to help inform private and public sector clients as the help reduce procurement costs. I used a cross-marketing topic found in the grain/rice/growing section to find specific information as to how to grow rice and more specifically, why one might still use humans to perform tasks that might appear to be easily automated.<br /> <br /> <br /> History of Thailand Maps. (2005). Retrieved August 22, 2009, from WHKMLA Histrical<br /> Atlas Web site: http://www.zum.de/whkmla/histatlas/seasia/haxthailand.html<br /> <br /> This website is an atlas of historical maps of various countries around the world. I used this website to retrieve history maps of Thailand from 1767 to the present.<br /> <br />Phongpaichit, P. & Piriyarangsan, S. (1994). Corruption & Democracy in Thailand. <br /> Bangkok: The Political Economy Centre, Faculty of Economics, Chulalongkorn University.<br /> This book, whose authors are currently in self imposed exile, is a collection of research papers with causes and cures in regard to corruption in Thailand. This in-depth book covers public record accounts of corruption in federal, municipal and local city level political corruption cases as well as goes into the backgrounds and histories of Joa Pho (Godfathers) here in Thailand. I used this book to find out specific information in regard to military technology and purchasing procedures in Thailand. <br /> <br /> Food in Thailand. (2001). Retrieved August 21, 2009, from <br /> Food by Country Web site: http://www.foodbycountry.com/Spain-to-Zimbabwe-Cumulative-Index/Thailand.html<br /> This article deals with various aspects of Thailand’s food including, Geographical setting and environment, history and food, foods of the Thais, food for religious and holiday celebrations, recipes, mealtime customs, politics, economics and nutrition. I dealt mainly with statistics of malnutrition and Thailand export data. <br />

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