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* 4004 BC: According to the Ussher chronology, created by James Ussher based on the Old Testament of the Bible, this is when the universe is created at nightfall preceding October 23.
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4004 and BC
The Ussher chronology of the 1650s had calculated creation at 4004 BC, but by the 1780s geologists assumed a much older world.
He was a prolific scholar, who most famously published a chronology that purported to establish the time and date of the creation as the night preceding Sunday, 23 October 4004 BC, according to the proleptic Julian calendar.
In this work, he calculated the date of the Creation to have been nightfall preceding 23 October 4004 BC.
Proposed calculations of the date of creation using the Masoretic from the 10th century to the 18th century include: Marianus Scotus ( 4192 BC ), Maimonides ( 4058 BC ), Henri Spondanus ( 4051 BC ), Benedict Pereira ( 4021 BC ), Louis Cappel ( 4005 BC ), James Ussher ( 4004 BC ), Augustin Calmet ( 4002 BC ), Isaac Newton ( 4000 BC ), Johannes Kepler ( April 27, 3977 BC ) on his book Mysterium, Petavius ( 3984 BC ), Theodore Bibliander ( 3980 BC ), Christen Sørensen Longomontanus ( 3966 BC ), Melanchthon ( 3964 BC ), Martin Luther ( 3961 BC ), John Lightfoot ( 3960 BC ), Cornelius Cornelii a Lapide ( 3951 BC ) Joseph Justus Scaliger ( 3949 BC ), Christoph Helvig ( 3947 BC ), Gerardus Mercator ( 3928 BC ), Matthieu Brouard ( 3927 BC ), Benito Arias Montano ( 3849 BC ), Andreas Helwig ( 3836 BC ), David Gans ( 3761 BC ), Gershom ben Judah ( 3754 BC )
4004 and According
According to Dr. Larry Lasher of Ames Research Center, the Pioneer team did evaluate the 4004, but decided it was too new at the time to include in any of the Pioneer projects.
According to Bishop Ussher's 17th century chronology, the antediluvian period lasted for 1648 years, from creation at 4004 BC and the flood at 2348 BC.
( According to Williams's calculations, the Aquarian decan of the Age of Aquarius will arrive in about 3284, lasting until about 4004 ).
4004 and Ussher
Ussher deduced that the first day of creation began at nightfall preceding Sunday, October 23, 4004 BC, in the proleptic Julian calendar, near the autumnal equinox.
" Why the World Was Created in 4004 BC: Archbishop Ussher and Biblical Chronology ", Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester 67: 575 – 608
4004 and chronology
Among the Masoretic creation estimates or calculations for the date of creation only Archbishop Ussher's specific chronology dating the creation to 4004 BC became the most accepted and popular, mainly because this specific date was attached to the King James Bible.
It was in the pages of the Scofield Reference Bible that many Christians first encountered Archbishop James Ussher's calculation of the date of Creation as 4004 BC ; and through discussion of Scofield's notes, which advocated the " gap theory ," fundamentalists began a serious internal debate about the nature and chronology of creation.
When MacEnery reported to the British Association the discovery of flint tools below the stalagmites on the cave floor, his work was derided as contrary to Bishop James Ussher's Biblical chronology dating the Creation to 4004 BC.
), in which he dated the Creation of the world to the year 11, 013 BC and the Flood to 4990 BC, in contradiction to Bishop James Ussher's famous chronology, which placed creation at 4004 BC and the Flood at 2349 BC.
4004 and created
n the seventeenth century, in his great work, Dr. John Lightfoot, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge, and one of the most eminent Hebrew scholars of his time, declared, as the result of his most profound and exhaustive study of the Scriptures, that " heaven and earth, centre and circumference, were created all together, in the same instant, and clouds full of water ," and that " this work took place and man was created by the Trinity on October 23, 4004 B. C., at nine of the clock in the morning.
The F-14 Tomcat's Central Air Data Computer ( or F14 CADC ) was created a year before the 4004, but its existence was classified by the United States Navy until 1997.
Busicom was a Japanese company that owned the rights to the first microprocessor, the Intel 4004, which they created in partnership with Intel in 1970.
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The technology was developed by Italian physicist Federico Faggin in 1968, who later joined Intel in order to develop the very first Central Processing Unit ( CPU ) on one chip ( Intel 4004 ), for which he received the National Medal of Technology and Innovation in 2010.
The 4000 was followed by the very popular 4001 ( in 1961 ), the 4002 ( limited edition bass introduced in 1977 ), the 4008 ( an eight-string model introduced in the mid-1970s ), the 4003 ( in 1979, replacing the 4001 entirely in 1986 and still in production in 2012 ), and most recently the 4004 series.
Zilog was incorporated in California in 1974 by Federico Faggin, who left Intel after working on the 4004 and then the 8080 microprocessors.
Six months later, Seiko approached Intel expressing an interest in using the 1201 in a scientific calculator, likely after seeing the success of the simpler Intel 4004 used by Busicom in their business calculators.
Packaged in a 16-pin ceramic dual in-line package, the 4004 was the first commercially available computer processor designed and manufactured by chip maker Intel, which had previously made semiconductor memory chips.
The 4004 was built of approximately 2, 300 transistors and was followed the next year by the first ever 8-bit microprocessor, the 3, 500 transistor 8008 ( and the 4040, a revised 4004 ).
The Intel 4004 was designed by physically cutting sheets of Rubylith into thin strips to lay out the circuits to be printed, a process made obsolete by current computer graphic design capabilities.
When Federico Faggin designed the MCS-4 family, he also christened the chips with distinct names: 4001, 4002, 4003, and 4004, breaking away from the numbering scheme used by Intel at that time which would have required the names 1302, 1105, 1507, and 1202 respectively.
The 4004 included control functions for memory and I / O, which are not normally handled by the microprocessor.
On November 15, 2006, the 35th anniversary of the 4004, Intel celebrated by releasing the chip's schematics, mask works, and user manual.
On October 15, 2010, Faggin, Hoff, and Mazor were awarded the National Medal of Technology and Innovation by President Barack Obama for their pioneering work on the 4004.
This one-of-a-kind prototype was a personal present by Busicom ’ s president Mr. Yoshio Kojima to Federico Faggin for his successful leadership of the design and development of the 4004 and three other memory and I / O chips ( the MCS-4 chipset ).
* Intel 4004 Microprocessor 35th Anniversary-Live recording of presentations by Ted Hoff and Federico Faggin at the Computer History Museum for the 35th anniversary of the first microprocessor.
He moved it back to 4004 BC to take account of an error perpetrated by Dionysius Exiguus, the founder of the Anno Domini numbering system.
* The world ’ s first microprocessor ( 1971 ) was made possible by the advanced capabilities of the silicon gate technology, the Intel 4004 was a 4-bit CPU ( central processing unit ) on a single chip.
* 1974: Data Board 4680-the number is a short form of the three microprocessors supported by the bus of this system: Intel 4004, Motorola 6800 and Zilog Z80.
4004 and based
Ussher's proposed date of 4004 BC differed little from other Biblically based estimates, such as those of Jose ben Halafta ( 3761 BC ), Bede ( 3952 BC ), Ussher's near-contemporary Scaliger ( 3949 BC ), Johannes Kepler ( 3992 BC ) or Sir Isaac Newton ( c. 4000 BC ).
; FV 4004 Conway: " FV 4004 Self-propelled gun, 120 mm, L1 gun, Mk 3 " prototype based on Centurion 3 with a larger calibre 120 mm L1 gun.
MIL is historically important as the producers of one of the world's earliest microprocessors, the MIL MF7114, who's design was based on the Intel 4004.
On the left, the NEC TK 80 kit, based on Intel 8080 chip, on the centre, Busicom calculator motherboard, based on Intel 4004 chip, and on the right, the Busicom calculator, fully assembled in Ueno, Tokyo