We tend to draw lines, even with the things that seem inseparable. In the case of technology and science, it get’s even blurrier for our dear 21st century minds. Science feels like the grand master, the roof over our head, the guide to everything out there. But to be frank, technology came first.

Francis turbine group III of the central Seira, manufactured by the Swiss company Escher Wyss & Cie. (1926)

This all depends on definitions (as always) so now I will borrow the definition made by Stephen Wilson that is “Technology is seen as “knowing how”, while science is seen as “knowing why”. Formalizing the “why”s happened quite later as language allowed us to ask question not…

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