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Ch.17A Technology (Pgs.1263-1284) the Virtue of Strength

 


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Chapter 17A. Technology  

 Rhyming Rhythm Riddle Brain Education Mind Stimulation

 

Man walks over, Man walks under. 

 In time of war he burns asunder…

What is it… ? What is the Smallest Bridge in the World... ?  

 

 Answers in the back of the The EIV Bible… Pg.1546

 

 

 

History Technology Fact August 20, 2010 

 The Voyager 2 spacecraft was launched August 20, 1977. Voyager 2 continues to return data about the outer planets and solar and interstellar winds. The craft has traveled billions of miles through the planets toward interstellar space and is now some 8 billion miles from the sun. "Traveling at the speed of light," NASA says, "a signal from the ground takes about 12.8 hours to reach the spacecraft." 

 

 

 

“Excellence is the unlimited ability to improve the quality of what you have to offer.” ~ Rick Pitino quote

 

 

The Virtue of Strength is capable of exerting great force. Strength is perseverance being steadfast and persistent. You commit to your goals and overcome obstacles, no matter how long it takes. When you persevere, you don’t give up…you keep going. Like a strong ship in a storm, you don’t become battered or blown off course. You just ride the waves. Strength is the or a Virtue of Protection.

 

 

 








 

Ch.17A Technology (Pgs.1263 -1284) the Virtue of Strength


 

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Chapter 17A. Technology   

 Pictures and names of inventors who belong in this category and what they invented. 

 For Example:

 

1).Thomas Edison-LightBulb 

2.)Henry Ford-Model T Ford 

3) Charles Seeberger-1990 Modern Escalator 

4.) Henry Brearly-Stainless Steel 1916 

5.) John Larson-Lie Detector 1921 

6.) John Logie Baird-Mechanical Television 1925 

7.) Ives Mc Gaffney-Patented the first Vacuum Cleaner 1869 

 

 

 

 

XVII (A.)Technology 

 (Pgs.1263 – 1284) The Virtue of Strength 

 & 

 XVII (B.)  Mathematics

 (Pgs.1285 – 1300) The Virtue of Simplicity 

 &

XVII (C.) Physics 

 (Pgs. 1301 – 1315) The Virtue of Courtesy

& 

 XVII (D.) Chemistry 

 (Pgs. 1316 – 1328) The Virtue of Self-Discipline

 

 

 

Technology is a way that man can organize the universe in nature where man doesn’t have to experience it.” The Art of Communication is to inform about the cutting edge & possibilities of technology while educating the public on many aspects and purposes of technology. 

 

 

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 Excellence is a process that should occupy all our days.

-By Ted W. Engstrom