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According to the Webster's dictionary, the term 'Evolution' denotes a process in which something passes by degrees to a different stage. Biologically, it is defined as the derivation of the species from living organisms, from others already in existence, through a process more or less gradual and continuous. Philosophically speaking, evolution is a hypothesis that attempts to explain all phenomena by successive transformations of a solitary original entity. Man has undergone evolution since the dawn of Human Civilization and so have the tools and machines used by him. Necessity for automation…mehr

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According to the Webster's dictionary, the term 'Evolution' denotes a process in which something passes by degrees to a different stage. Biologically, it is defined as the derivation of the species from living organisms, from others already in existence, through a process more or less gradual and continuous. Philosophically speaking, evolution is a hypothesis that attempts to explain all phenomena by successive transformations of a solitary original entity. Man has undergone evolution since the dawn of Human Civilization and so have the tools and machines used by him. Necessity for automation and performing repetitive tasks has always stimulated the human mind to develop newer and better tools and machines. This gradual and staged progression in tools qualifies for the use of the term 'evolution'. The study of phylogeny of these instruments would be termed as 'Evolution of Instrumentation'.
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Ameer, Faisal
Dr. Faisal Ameer - Degree of MCh in Plastic Surgery presented to theChatrapati Sahuji Maharaj Medical University, (Upgraded King George's Medical College), Lucknow, India.