Chapter 14 Review Intellectual/Technological

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    universe

    geocentric model
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    ag

    Tull, Turnup, Bakewell, Young
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    universe

    geocentric with mercury and venus around sun
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    Anatomy

    Invrease in knowledge of anatomy, especially blood circulation
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    universe

    heliocentric
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    universe

    elliptical orbits
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    Universe

    gravity
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    food

    POTATO
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    Newcomen

    steam pump
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    Print Culture

    Print shops and increased literacy spread many Enlightenment ideals.
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    Coffeehouses

    Became the equivalent of salons.
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    Philosophes

    They reviewed ideas.
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    Education

    Conflict whether to focus on now or the afterlife.
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    Kay

    flying shuttle
  • Hargreaves

    spinning jenny
  • arkwright

    waterframe
  • Watt

    steam enigin with B who encouraged improvements W makes steel leads to train by improving on steam pump
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    Cartwright

    power loom
  • Court

    improved puddling already happening in E rolling mill
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    Appert

    invents caned food
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    Spread of nationalism

    Print culture and writers help spread the ideals of nationalism.
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    Reading

    A mass reading public emerges.
  • George Stephenson

    Invented the locomotive
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    disease

    congo sparks need for medicine
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    zoology

    animal and human
  • George Stephenson

    Improves upon his locomotive. The new design is called the Rocket.
  • Railways

    Started in Germany and England, then spread to neighboring nations.
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    Cholera

    Struck all classes, making a demand for cleanliness, so people would be happy and not revolt.
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    steamboats

    sailed closer to land
  • Literacy

    Fewer than half of France spoke French.
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    Chemistry

    A major field during this time, including the Solway process. Combined science and technology.
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    New water and sewer systems

    They spread from urban areas to rural. They spread slowly.
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    phsycoanalysis

    freud and jung discuss dreams
  • submarine cables

    frst nervous system
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    weapons

    automatic gunss invented
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    botany

    plants smuggled and sold
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    medicine

    used to cure westerners and impress natives
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    Anthropology

    heavilly biased, museums
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    Crimean War

    First war to be covered by the media.
  • Charles Darwin

    Publishes On the Origin of Species, where he brought up the concept of natural selection.
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    Education

    University first started to admit women.
  • Jules Verne (Father of Science Fiction)

    Publishes Five Weeks in a Balloon.
  • Verne

    Publishes 20.000 Leauges Under the Sea.
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    mach

    1883 publishes the science of mechanics, science is descriptive
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    Tanks

    Introduced by Great Britain
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    Bicycles

    They appear along with bicycling clubs and races. Gave women more freedom.
  • H. G. Wells

    Publishes The Time Machine.
  • Roentgen

    discovers x-ray
  • Wells

    Publishes The Island of Dr. Morneau.
  • becquerel

    discovered energy in uranium
  • thompson

    theory of electron
  • H.G. Wells

    Publishes The War of the Worlds.
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    Energy

    Resources went from water, animals, and wind, to coal and petroleum to nuclear to water and wind again.
  • rutherford

    radiation
  • einstein

    relativity
  • my struggle

    Hitler wrote this book, detailing many views of the time period.
  • heisenberg

    uncertanty principle
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    Legos

    The development of Legos.
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    Exestenlists

    Nitche and Kirkagard and Sartre
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    Student Revolts

    Occured because of discontent over foreign policy