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STS 101 Chapter 13 The Tools of Destruction
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Use of Technology It remains an open question whether man's ability to produce new technologies has been put to more constructive tasks than destructive ones, as some of the tools of war show more ingenuity than many of the technologies to improve life.
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War = Technology? The earliest technological innovations,
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Unformatted text preview: particularly ones pertaining to metal-working, were from the outset put to military purposes as, first, bronze and, then, iron were used to make military weapons. New metals were not the only source of technological innovation: superior bows were produced by laminating with natural products, including sinew and horn....
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