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    Imagination Essay

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    Since the first sign of the human civilization until now, human had invented many great inventions to support their daily lives. The invention of the human become more modern and complex day by day, at the time period before Common Era, human used cave as houses, and manipulated rocks to be their weapons to hunt, thus, at that time, rock was one of the very important thing to the human civilization. Human, then, knew how to create fire and use it to cook food. As time moved on, human finally reach

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    was born on February 11, 1847 in Milan, Ohio. He was one or even the greatest inventor ever in history. His inventions changed how the world used them leading to many other incredible inventions. Without Edison, we would never be at the point the world is at right now. No one will ever be as successful at inventing as he did. Edison had over 1,000 patents for his multiple inventions, and many places and people helped him along his journey to accomplish this. Edison's most famous and most likely

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    History of Nail Polish

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    you go in the world today, you see women with nails that are painted in so many different colors and designs. Nail polish dates back to the 1920’s when the first modern day nail varnish was invented by the Charles Revson Company. This particular invention has impacted the cosmetics market for women, because every women who wants to be stylish and express themselves in a fun way, buys nail polish. Nail varnishes have many components to make it both safe and user friendly. Some of the chemical components

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    Technology is a Benefit to Our Society

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    on them. “Halfway Technology” is the name given to procedures, such as transplants, that prevent deaths of patients from the failure of certain organs of their bodies. However, the most important level is “Effective Technology” which consists of inventions used to help manage, eliminate or detect certain types of diseases before they have a chance to progress to higher levels within patients’ bodies. All these gadgets show that technology can be used as a benefit to humankind, only when used for the

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    Changing Communication

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    Communication has changed drastically, but how? There are many answers to this question. From the first inventions of communication that people had to pay money for to today’s new and advanced methods of communication that no one has to pay money for. Technology has improved the way we communicate. Everyday, our society is becoming more and more advanced, and more ways for people to communicate are being made possible. In today’s society. Communication is changing more and more every single

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    explains that the invention of the first plastic helmet happened in 1939, and that helmets were required in that same year. This caused a huge shift in the evolution of football equipment because this helped reduce the risk of injury greatly. Clark also mentions that before the plastic helmet was invented, players used helmets made of leather. These injury prone helmets caused the plastic helmet to be later invented. The article from the Bleacher Report says that the invention of the vinyl pads in

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    What type of technology was used before the invention like phones? For several years before technology, we used Morse code. Samuel Morse is an American contributor to the invention of a telegraph system, co-inventor of Morse code and a successful painter. He helped changed people's lives around the world. Samuel F. B. Morse should be recognized in the Hall of Fame because of his life changing inventions. Samuel Morse was very accomplished in his areas of work ethics. Morse should belong in the Hall

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    Electricity

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    Babbage have all contributed to the advancement of electricity, and all of their advancements have supplied society in many ways. Benjamin Franklin was a brilliant scientist who invented many useful things. Although throughout his experiments and inventions, he was curious about one special thing. "He was so curious in fact that his experiments toward electricity took up over four years of his life, and devoured over one half of his of profits of his printing business" (Fleming 4). After many trials

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    Cultural Evolution

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    sophisticated hunting are found; for example the spear thrower, the fully barbed harpoon, and the flint master tools that were used to make all the hunting tools. Cultural evolution took shape because man had the flexibility of mind to recognize inventions and to turn them into community property. The Ice Ages forced man to depend less on plants and more on animals, also the ice changed the strategy in which man hunted. Instead of stalking single animals, the better alternative was to follow herds

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    with the grief he feels over the loss of his father. Oscar’s solution is to create two types of inventions. The first type of invention would help him remember his father and to mimic his father’s voice. The second type would modify the world, such as a building that would go up-and-down instead of an elevator. This is Oscar’s way of coping with the loss of his father. However, by imagining these inventions, he is actually replaying and retelling the story over in his head, which leads him to act strangely

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