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BBC - Inventions That Changed The World Gun (2004) DVDRip XviD
25 October 2011

BBC - Inventions That Changed The World Gun (2004) DVDRip XviD

BBC - Inventions That Changed The World Gun (2004) DVDRip XviD
English | 46 Min | 608 x 384 | XviD - 1068Kbps | 25.000fps | MP3 - 128Kbps | 400 MB
Genre: Documentary

Jeremy Clarkson hosts Inventions That Changed The World, a new series which tells the stories behind some of the most significant inventions which have helped shape the world we live in today. Our daily lives are governed by inventions. From what we wear to the food we eat and our methods of travel – it’s all been invented or significantly altered by inventions. But sometimes an invention comes along that doesn’t just change the way we do things but changes the world. Inventions That Changed The World examines not only how and why life altering inventions got off the ground in the first place, but also how they created a domino effect spawning other essential inventions in their wake. Beginning with the gun, Jeremy reveals that successful attempts to create ever more lethal weapons have not only shaped the world but led directly or indirectly to all of the following: the industrial revolution, the production line, cowboy films, street lighting, the car exhaust pipe and the development of trauma medicine.
Ancient Engineers' Inventions: Precursors of the Present (History of Mechanism and Machine Science)
26 August 2010

Ancient Engineers' Inventions: Precursors of the Present (History of Mechanism and Machine Science)
Ancient Engineers' Inventions: Precursors of the Present (History of Mechanism and Machine Science)
Springer 2009 | 340 | ISBN: 904812252X | PDF | 6 Mb
This book describes inventions and designs of ancient engineers that are the precursors of the present. The ages mainly range from 300 B.C. to 1600 A.D. with some exceptions from before and after this period. As for the very ancient ones, the book describes inventions (documented by archaeological finds mainly from Pompei, Ercolano and Stabia) that generally are very little known and sometimes not known at all. Some inventions are in the military field. This is because (unfortunately) many inventions and technological innovations have been conceived starting from military applications. The book is divided into five parts. The first four parts pertain to definite fields and present inventions generally conceived up to the late Roman Empire. Inventions that are representative of the engineering genius of the ancients and that may be considered as milestones, each in their respective field. The fifth part refers to fields of engineering (such as textiles and automation) in which important innovations were conceived also in more recent centuries. For each of the inventions presented, even the ancient ones of many centuries past, the authors provide three elements of research and reference: Written documents (the classics) Iconic references (coins, bas-reliefs, etc.) Archaeological findings. The target groups of the book are students and scholars with interest on History of Mechanical Engineering in Antiquity and Archaelogy. ...
Inventions That Changed the World
5 June 2011

Inventions That Changed the World

Inventions That Changed the World

Publisher: Chartwell Books | ISBN: 0785822291 | edition 2007 | PDF | 65 pages | 20 mb

More than 250 inventions are described in chronological order, from stone tools to DVDs, from gunpowder to the atom bomb, from the wheel to the worldwide web, including: the names and backgrounds of their inventors, the problems the inventors were trying to solve, the significance of the inventions to their contemporaries, the ways in which inventions have changed the world in which we live.
BBC - Inventions That Changed The World : History of The Computer (2004) DVDRip XviD
25 October 2011

BBC - Inventions That Changed The World : History of The Computer (2004) DVDRip XviD

BBC - Inventions That Changed The World : History of The Computer (2004) DVDRip XviD
English | 46 Min | 608 x 384 | XviD - 1074Kbps | 25.000fps | MP3 - 128Kbps | 400 MB
Genre: Documentary

Inventions That Changed The World examines not only how and why life altering inventions got off the ground in the first place, but also how they created a domino effect spawning other essential inventions in their wake.the computer, without which we couldn’t fly planes, drive cars or even run our dishwashers.
BBC - Inventions That Changed The World : History of Jet (2004) DVDRip
25 October 2011

BBC - Inventions That Changed The World : History of Jet (2004) DVDRip

BBC - Inventions That Changed The World : History of Jet (2004) DVDRip
English | 46 Min | 608 x 384 | XviD - 1061Kbps | 25.000fps | MP3 - 128Kbps | 400 MB
Genre: Documentary

Inventions That Changed The World examines not only how and why life altering inventions got off the ground in the first place, but also how they created a domino effect spawning other essential inventions in their wake.
the jet which plays a key part in our weather, mass tourism and outbreaks like SARS.
Inventions and Inventors ( 2 Vol. Set)
27 March 2010

Inventions and Inventors ( 2 Vol. Set)
Roger Smith "Inventions and Inventors ( 2 Vol. Set)"
Salem Press | 2002 | ISBN:1587650169 | PDF | 640 pages | 9 MB

This 2 Volume easy-to-use set focuses on 20th century inventions and inventors that have had impact on the world we live in. It is a popular addition to the Magill's Choice series and examines 195 of the most significant inventions of the 20th century. Mmore than half the articles include biographical sidebars on the people behind the inventions. The overall selection of topics has an appealing eclectic quality. A broad range of inventions is covered, from brownie cameras and the Sony Walkman to electrocardiograms and modern computers.
Accidental Inventions DVDrip
25 August 2011

Accidental Inventions DVDrip
Accidental Inventions DVDrip
English | AVI | XVID 2407 kbps 29.970 fps | 512 x 384 | MP3 128 kbps 48 KHz Stereo | 696 MB
Genre: elearning

Overview: Accidental Inventions examines the stories behind few extraordinary inventions, using historical photographs, 3D graphics, and interviews with professors and professionals from the FBI to the U.S. Air Force.
Accidental Inventions will delight and entertain as it explores these and other inventions, teaching us that sometimes the greatest keys to success are curiosity and an open mind.
BBC - Inventions That Changed The World - HDTV MPG (5 series)
28 February 2011

BBC - Inventions That Changed The World - HDTV MPG (5 series)
BBC - Inventions That Changed The World - HDTV MPG (5 series)
English | MPG | MPEG 1389 kbps 25 fps | 352 x 288 | MP2 22 kbps 44 KHz Stereo | 2.8 GB
Genre: Documentary
A five part BBC 2 TV documentary series, presented by Jeremy Clarkson, that took a look at some of the inventions that have helped to shape the modern world.
Episode 1 - The Gun
Episode 2 - The Computer
Episode 3 - Jet
Episode 4 - Telephone
Episode 5 - Television
BBC - Inventions That Changed The World : The History of The Television (2004) DVDRip XviD
25 October 2011

BBC - Inventions That Changed The World : The History of The Television (2004) DVDRip XviD

BBC - Inventions That Changed The World : The History of The Television (2004) DVDRip XviD
English | 46 Min | 608 x 384 | XviD - 1061Kbps | 25.000fps | MP3 - 128Kbps | 400 MB
Genre: Documentary

the television which was invented by two men with wildly different visions: John Logie Baird, a Scotsman, and a 14-year old American Mormon, Philo T Farnsworth, both died unrewarded but their invention, Jeremy reveals, helped win the Battle of Britain.
Throughout the series Jeremy gives his own passionate and witty take on some of the inventions and inventors that he believes have helped change the course of history.
1001 Inventions.Muslim heritage in our world
24 February 2013

1001 Inventions.Muslim heritage in our world


1001 Inventions: Muslim Heritage in Our World
(2nd Edition) Format: pdf | 50 MB | Date: 2011-02-08


This product is easily accessible and exciting to use, even for students with limited knowledge of Islam or history. A golden age of civilization (600-1600 CE) will unfold itself throughout the book, revealing how innovative medieval Muslims were in fields as diverse as medicine and mechanics, cartography and chemistry, education and engineering, architecture and astronomy. It also provides insight to pioneers who have helped create our new world. The project aims to rebuff unhealthy opinions and establish the true value of the scientific and technological advances made by Muslims. The end result is a truly inspiring project that encourages students to dream, discover, and reach for further heights of education and advancement.