Gold. It usually makes us think of jewellery and currency, but gold is also needed to make components in TVs, computers and space satellites not to mention lifesaving medical equipment. All of the worlds mined gold would fit in a 21 metre cube. People have been mining for gold for 7,000 years
The History of Computing in the History of Technology
The History of Computing in the History of Technology Michael S. Mahoney Program in History of Science Princeton University, Princeton, NJ (Annals of the History of Computing 10(1988), 113125)After surveying the current state of the literature in the history of computing, this
CHAPTER 11 APPLICATIONS OF ORE MICROSCOPY IN MINERAL
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Mammoth tankers and bulk carriers transport commodities (oil, coal, iron ore) across the seas to consumers in other countries. Most of the electronic goods and clothes we see in stores have also spent three to four weeks boxed up in a container. Global container traffic is like the global economys