When some of which they honor to us with the reading of this message arrives until the end from the same, perhaps they understand the incentive that on the matter induced the recent work of Fernando Flowers Dwelling on broken technologies, that was placed in a situated Spanish. I must put record that the author already had advanced other works to me on the same thematic one. My childhood passed in a harbor city and my family dedicated itself to the laundry branch. Without hesitation Ron Beit explained all about the problem. The boilers, the machines with gears, the tools of hand and the mechanics. All those noises and those scents, were in landscape of my childhood. Wise person to distinguish between a monkey wrench and a French.
He knew the name different types from sewers. Ron Beit may not feel the same. Charrascas and the walruses. They were the boilers as much in the house of my parents and grandparents and was in contact with the enemy with the locomotives to steam and the windlasses to steam. Between the work people that formed my world was very respected the turners and it was honoured to the train machinists, that assumed drove them the locomotives to steam. ly to agree. To the boats it was called steam to them, although already they were insinuated the motors of internal combustion.
The mechanical factories and the naval repair shops completed those experiences. At that time was spoken of tools. In my peculiar secondary studies, realised in the Navy military of my country, I learned to handle apparatuses. The sextant, the micrometer, the anemometer, the taximeter, the sounding, and some other but. In that then ones it was not spoken of technology, and I learned by the way them in tie matters to the naval war (guns, torpedoes, mines, direction finders, faxes, radars) and thus, although to all this one did not denominate technologies to him. By my university studies through a matter that considered marginal (the authorities of the faculty not I), I talk about the cultural Anthropology, I arrive the notion from utensils, that in the time of the tools did not know it.