The Importance Of Knowledge On The World

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The worlds filled with thousands and thousands of mysteries. We as a race seek to find these mysteries and make them known to people. This yearning for knowledge of the unknown and the unexplainable is what cause the world to be brought into the era it is in. Some on their quest to knowledge have created books, articles, music, laws, and many other things that would change the world, socially and economically. This led to many explorations and discoveries beyond anyone’s imagination. The constant need for knowledge evolved so quickly in so little time.
The Chinese had a very beautiful view on the world, so during the age of the southern song, they went on extensive over sea trades, especially in the Indian Ocean. China was the world leader
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The passage that I read just doesn’t provide solid information on his real findings, so it makes his stories as almost to be fairy tales. The Mongol empire that he talked about infrastructure was great, they had real military tactics and is the main reason why we have most of the Chinese technology that was released to the world. I feel like they were creating a strong empire and advancing not only them but the world. We also realize that the Mongols knew some system of democracy because the throne had stayed empty for so long. That means that they waited searched out candidates and then had some sort of voting or tallying system to determine who should run the …show more content…
One of these evidences is the number amounts of how many times, he would send his ships on expeditions to and fro to make trades and connections. The Chinese were high advanced in naval technology so created ships sometimes bigger than football fields and traveled all in the Indian sea. He made very diplomatic moves and these things consisted of trading and treating the people good, this cause the countries to have be connected with him. We know that these trades’ routes existed because Zheng He was using well established trade routes to the Arabian Peninsula that had dated back to the Han

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