Vocabulary History
History
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General
100

Use of hand work and machines on a large scale to meet supply and demand.

What is "Manufacturing"

100

Stone Age, Bronze Age, Iron Age

What are the three "Early Epochs" of manufacturing?

100

An agency of the United States federal government whose mission is to protect human and environmental health.

What is the "EPA?"

100

a founding father of artificial intelligence and of modern cognitive science and the lead scientist at Bletchly Park. 

Who was "Alan Turing?"

200

The resulting alloy from smelting copper and tin.

What is Bronze

200

Agriculture became the prevailing method of food acquisition and thusly humanity began to "put down roots" so to speak.

What was the result of the stone age epoch?

200

use or expend carelessly, extravagantly, or to no purpose.

What is "Waste" in terms of Manufacturing?

200
A german encryption device used to code coordinated military movements during the second World War.

What is "The Enigma Machine?"

300

This element can be found in many ways including raw ore. When forged or smelted it makes a resilient and workable metal.

What is Iron?

300

This famous sword came about during the last of the early epochs of manufacturing.

What is Ulfberht?

300

The use of technology and human resources to balance and benefit humanity, the economy, and the environment.

What is the "Sustainable Development Model?"

300

the name given to a set of three artifacts which were found together in Iran: a ceramic pot, a tube of copper, and a rod of iron. 

What is the Baghdad Battery?

400

The first recorded steam engine.

What is the Aeolipile?

400

1765 was the year that marked the beginning of this revolution.

What is "The Industrial Revolution"

400

A material (such as flammable or poisonous material) that would be a danger to life or to the environment if released without precautions.

What is "Hazmat?"

400

This has been the single greatest factor in human advancement throughout our history.

What is conflict and violence?

500

Used to beat the enigma machine a German code machine.

What is the "Turning Machine?"

500

Michael Faraday, Nikola Tesla, and Thomas Edison.

Who are the "Fathers of Electricity?"

500

a cost or benefit caused by a producer that is not financially incurred or received by that producer.

What is an "Externality"?

500

This invention kickstarted the first industrial revolution.

What is the "Steam Engine?"

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