For the students, the most indispensable tool during school time is computers. Simple calculations can also be calculated, but when making a sequence of numbers and calculations that overlap, most students have to give up and rely on the magic function of the computer.
However, in the 1960s, when computers were rudimentary and could not reach the level of super computation, scientists had to do the math by themselves. They have to draw their own drawings, solve complex math equations to find the answer themselves. It seems that the word “computation” is used to refer to people, not electronic devices.
At a time when computers were not available, genius brains in the scientific community had to solve complex mathematical calculations together.
Photos of the working moments of scientists at NASA by American photographer J.R. Eyerman shooting.
These great minds laid the foundations for the advent and development of computers – the kind of electronic technology with superior computing power.
Indeed, it is only when looking at the pictures of the ancient time that it is possible to get a clear sense of the superior calculation ability and the highest logical thinking of the scientists. It is unknown if the genius minds that have more computer help, how they can develop those studies.
“My mind is trivial, so I look at the board to see how extraordinary people are“, you X.T commented.
“Looking at the numbers on the board, I found myself so stupid compared to knowledge. Thank you for creating computers and discovering interesting scientific knowledge.“, B.A comments.
“Teaching with blackboards still helps students remember better and teachers have more soul. Big universities around the world still keep this big board system. I personally find it impossible to see slides on computers. Remember a lot of knowledge when learning on the board“, Q.K shared.
“If there was a computer in the past, scientists would discover everything“shared by H.D.
“It looks cool and feels like I want to try it out, but give it up in Math “, you N.T comment.