ENMA LECTURE NOTES

ENMA LECTURE NOTES - E NMA LECTURE NOTES Fi ring of clay...

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ENMA LECTURE NOTES Firing of clay Clay was a transformational process Realization that a material could be changed for the better Allowed for storage grains in particular (output from agriculture) Aided in development of cities and transformation from hunger- gatherer to agricultural existence Occurred in middle east region used of stone and then clay vessels for storage Excess grain output from farming allowed for growth of cities and trade The scientific method: The scientific method is the process by which scientists construct a representation of the world Considered a work in progress that is never finished and it is a collective process Scientists understand that cultural personal views and the current state of knowledge will influence the representation that is constructed The scientific method attempts to minimize these influences Collective because the representation or theory needs to be tested as new information and knowledge becomes available
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