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Desde o ano passado, vimos implantando um novo sistema de Cadastro, totalmente automatizado. Cristiane Capaverde Nunes 3. Pictures Through the Air – Part Two. Who was really the first to invent television? Enviar por e-mail BlogThis! A story about a young boy who had a wonderful idea.
Rigby was the home of Philo Farnsworth. Philo was 16 years old. He was very shy and didn’t talk much to anyone. But one of his teachers, Justin Tolman, knew that there was something different about him. I felt that I would never know another boy line him.
He began to study science with the first-year class. After a few days, he appeared in the fourth-year class also. Philo studied very hard. Soon he knew everything that the fourth-year class was learning. Then he read all the science books in the school library. He seemed to understand everything that he read.
One day after school, Tolman found Philo in the schoolroom working at the blackboard. Philo had covered the blackboard with drawings. You are the only person who can understand what Tests have done.
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The United States had fewer than 30 radio stations. But in a boy of 16 showed his teacher drawings for television! In the school library Philo had read twste story of a man who had worked on an idea for television. But the man had not succeeded in sending pictures through the air. Philo was sure that his own idea was better and that he would succeed where the other man had failed. Tolman was not so sure. He asked Philo many questions about the drawings. Philo could tests all his teacher’s questions.
He could give all the facts and figures. Ad the end of that school year, the Farnsworth family left the little town of Rigby. Many important businessmen came into the office where he worked. One of these was George Everson, a businessman from San Francisco. Like Tolman, Everson soon became interested in Philo.
The shy, hard-working boy was not like other office boys whom Everson had known. One evening Everson asked Philo to have dinner with him. At dinner Philo began to talk about his idea for television. Everson was not much interested in the invention at first. He listened only because he wanted to be kind to the boy.
Farnsworth’s TV set Many years later Everson wrote a book about interesting people he had known. In the book, he told about that evening with Philo. As Farnsworth talked, he seemed to change, Everson wrote. His eyes lighted up, and he was not shy at all. He talked freely about his invention and about what he wanted to do with it. As he talked, he became a different person. At anpaad end of the evening, Everson was more interested than ever in Philo.
He was also interested in Philo’s idea for television. A few days later, he took Philo to San Francisco. There Everson brought together a number of importan businessmen, and Philo told them about his invention. Philo was only 20 years old.
But now he could stop working as an office boy. He could work on his idea for television. He would have the chance to try it out. And perhaps he would succeed in sending pictures through the air. Letter to Cadern But first he must write a letter and send drawings of his invention to the United States Government in Washington, D. He must ask for a patent on the invention. The person who first has the idea for a new intention and makes drawings of it is given a patent.
Then no other person can own the same idea or sell it.
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Only the United States Patent Office can say who is first with a new invention. So Philo sent his drawings to Washington and wrote a letter asking for the patent rights on television. Recebo, frequentemente, perguntas do tipo: Uma pessoa deseja preparar um bolo, e, para isto, separa os ingredientes e os coloca sobre uma mesa.
Suponhamos que suco de laranja seja um dos ingredientes do bolo.
Dessa forma, esse aluno conclui que todas as salas de aula da escola foram pintadas de azul. Podemos ilustrar o argumento indutivo como o funil invertido da figura a seguir.
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She didn’t know that buying a present for her sister would change a man’s life. Ao seu lado sentou-se um homem. Se eu estivesse mais disposta, lhe diria o que penso de gente folgada Quando restava apenas um biscoito, ela pensou: Ela estava bufando de raiva. Ela se sentiu muito envergonhada.
Ela se esquecera de haver guardado seu pacote de biscoitos dentro da bolsa. O homem havia dividido os biscoitos dele sem se sentir indignado, nervoso ou revoltado por isso, enquanto ela ficou transtornada, pensando estar dividindo os dela com ele. Vladimir Kosmich Zworykin