Answer the following set of questions in 1-2 Pages, Word document format (12 font: double spaced). When you have completed the exercise, please submit the document to the “Critical Engagement Exercise 2” dropbox (under the “Assessment” tab on the dashboard above) no later than 8 AM on Monday, February 1.
How did Science and Technology change the United States during the late 19th and early 20th Centuries? How did it change how people lived? How did it change now how people were ruled? Was such rapid advancement a good thing for America overall?
Now: This time… I want each of you to try this without referring to “I”, “ME”, “MY”, “WE”, “YOU”, or “US”, … and without using contractions.
How did science and technology change the United States during the late 19th and early 20th
centuries? How did it change how people lived? How did it change how people were ruled?
Was such rapid advancement a good thing for America overall?
The changes in Science and technology during the late 19th and the early 20th centuries resulted in
a faster development in the country. Darwin’s theory of the Origin of Species, the discovery of
microscopic organisms causing diseases by Louis Pasteur, the proof of electromagnetic waves
shown by James Clerk Maxwell and Heinrich Hertz, the discovery of radioactivity by Henri
Becquerel and the discovery of radium by Marie Curie and Pierre Curie brought many changes
in the world of science and technology (Lambert, n.d.).