The Steampunk Computers of the 1800s
99932 The Steampunk Computers of the 1800s

The Steampunk Computers of the 1800s




Head to https://shopify.com/scishow for a 14-day free trial. Find out more about Shopify Balance: https://shopify.com/balance The code cracking machines of the 1940’s are often referred to as the first computers, but they could not have been developed without the intricate machines that predated them by almost a hundred years, but were forgotten about for a century. Thumbnail Image modified from: Science Museum London / Science and Society Picture Library Hosted By: Hank Green
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