"We are a technological people, creatures inseparably linked to their utilization of what we term technology, as if it is our own evolutionary adaptation to utilize it as such; instead of claws or fur, electro-conductive organs or sensor-spines, we have alloys and synthesized compounds, the sword and the jacket, medicine and marvelous adaptations of our own design. The question to be posited here is this; what is it that we term technology?"

-- Morgan Skordian

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Debra Bellamy, Rugged Arms and Rosy Cheeks: The Working Women of World War II

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