Table of inventions: p. 210-220.
|Series||Past and present, studies in the history of civilization, v. 7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||240 p. illus.|
|Number of Pages||240|
The people of the Solar System have broken the light-speed barrier, and exploration ships are going out in all directions, manned by - you guessed it! - Men, Martians, and Machines (Robots). This set of linked stories describes a part of the epic voyage of the Marathon, powered by the Flettner Drive, seeking new worlds for humanity to spread onto/5. Men, Machines, and Modern Times, though ultimately concerned with a positive alternative to an Orwellian , offers an entertaining series of historical accounts taken from the nineteenth century to highlight a main theme: the nature of technological change, the fission brought about in society by such change, and society's reaction to that change/5. Men, Machines, and Modern Times View Citation; summary. An engaging look at how we have learned to live with innovation and new technologies through history. People have had trouble adapting to new technology ever since (perhaps) the inventor of the wheel had to explain that a wheelbarrow could carry more than a person. This little book by Cited by: Get this from a library! Men, machines and history; a short history of tools and machines in relation to social progress.. [Sam Lilley].
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Mar 29, · Air power: the men, machines, and ideas that revolutionized war, from Kitty Hawk to Gulf War II User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. This ambitious centenary history of global air power ranges from the Wright Brothers' discovery of the "helicoidal twist" (wing-warping) to the use of laser-guided ordnance during the second Gulf War 4/5(1). Feb 28, · The book i read, Ordinary Men, by Christopher R. Browning. I must start by ssaying that this book was extremely distrubing. The atrocities the police comitten are descired in graphic detail. These men did not start out as killing machines. Just regular civilians from the urban area, in a way transformed into mass murders, "killing machines"/5. Oct 05, · How the American Women Codebreakers of WWII Helped Win the War A new book documents the triumphs and challenges of more than 10, women who worked behind the scenes of wartime intelligence. Men, machines and history by Samuel Liley, , Cobbett Press edition, in EnglishPages: