Ancient Discoveries: Naval Technology Ancient War Documentary

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Ancient Discoveries: Naval Technology Ancient War Documentary

This ancient war documentary is about the ancient naval technology. To explore the ancient naval warfare, we must understand that sea has been a battleground for over 5000 years. Every ancient civilization from the Egyptians to the Greeks to the Romans lived and died by their innovations in naval technology.

The strategic importance of the oceans has been vital throughout history. The need to control the sea produced a technological and tactical arms race that has created most of the breakthroughs in military technology. It is the world’s naval forces that have produced most of the innovations in warfare throughout the ages. The nation that ruled the waves, ruled the world.

This ancient war documentary examines some of the naval inventions, the ancient discoveries and the ancient technology of our distant past. In addition to that, a group of archeologists and scientists replicated their discoveries in order to understand the dynamics and the effects of these naval inventions, ancient technology and ancient technology.

This history documentary examines the following ancient naval discoveries:

Turtle Ships: In 1591 the Koreans had advance military technology to deal with Japan and China and developed a vessel known as the turtle ship. Koreans have also mastered the ability to deliver chemical gas to their enemies from their turtle ships.

High explosive grenades: Eastern Asia seems to be the home of one even more lethal super weapon.

Corvus: The Romans developed a piece of wooden military hardware that changed the course of an entire war in only a few hours. With this discovery, ancients Romans turned sea battle into land battle. Corvus was a Roman military boarding deviceused in naval warfare during the First Punic War against Carthage.

Diving and underwater assault Technology: 2500 years ago in ancient Greece there are some ancient transcripts about snorkel. In addition, there is evidence that ancient Assyrians used an underwater breathing device nearly three thousand years ago.

Ancient covert underwater attacks made by Alexander the Great that seemed he used a diving bell.

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From gadgets like the first digital watch to the classic Atari 2600 game system, there was no better time to hit up the arcade or plop down on the couch for friendly round of “Pong.”The birth of modern computing was in the 1970s. The world’s first general microprocessor — the Intel 4004, came out on Nov. 1971. The C programming language was developed early in the decade with the Unix operating system being rewritten into it in 1973. With “large-scale integration” possible for integrated circuits (microchips) rudimentary personal computers began to be produced along with pocket calculators. Notable home computers released in North America of the era are the Apple II, the TRS-80, the Commodore PET, and Atari 400/800 and the NEC PC-8001 in Japan.

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