# What chronology is described in this excerpt?

The section describes a timeline in which "the Pope follows to invest in the bicycle industry's steps."

It starts with the arrival of the first bicycles in Paris, where they are sold by the thousand. Then comes the time when the Pope begins to invest: he is said to have invested \$5,000 in one company and \$8,000 in another.

Finally, there is the time when the bicycle becomes popular everywhere: it is said that children ask for bikes instead of toys at Christmas time.

The section ends with a quote from a magazine article about the history of the bicycle: "Thus did the humble bike rise from being an object of ridicule to becoming a necessary part of our daily lives."

This section is about the history of the bicycle from its invention in 1868 until around 1890 when it became available to the public.

It starts with the story of Michael Faraday who invented a working model of the bicycle that used magnetic forces to lift the rider off the ground. It was a huge success with the public and inspired many people to invent their own versions of the bicycle.

## What does "timeline" mean in history?

Timelines are used to show the important events in history. They help us understand how recent history is related to earlier events. You can learn about timelines in school courses, from books, movies, and television shows.

In art, a timeline is a graphic representation of an event's place on a scale of time. The term may also be applied to a similar visual representation of other types of sequence, such as that of music notes or science experiments. Film critics use the term to describe the sequential order in which scenes appear in a movie.

A timeline is also called an historiogram or an epigram. These terms are usually used when the purpose is more abstract than what appears in this example.

## Who wrote the order of time?

Rovelli, Carlo Time's Order/Mu @llif.berkeley.edu/time.

Time's order is determined by quantum mechanics. At any given moment, a clock's oscillator contains a certain wave function that can be divided into two parts: a particle part and a wave part. The particle part describes the behavior of the clock's ticker, while the wave part describes the vibration of the clock's casing. Since quantum physics requires that these two aspects of reality exist simultaneously, it follows that at any given moment there are both a ticking clock and its casing vibrating simultaneously. It is our consciousness that separates these two events, giving them either simultaneity or retroactivity.

It should be noted that this interpretation of time does not imply that time itself has particles or waves. It means only that our consciousness divides up what would otherwise be one single event into separate moments in time.

## How would you use chronology in a sentence?

1. I'm not sure about the order of events. 2. It is critical to determine the timeline of occurrences. 3. She provided him with a detailed timeline of her brief connection. 4. A timeline of his life and works is included in the book.

## What is a chronological text structure to signal the sequence of time?

The writers use the phrase "chronological order" to describe how events occur in chronological order. It is also known as a sequence or temporal order. As a result, italicized words show the sequence of time in the preceding paragraph, and a chronological text structure is utilized to express the sequence of time through words or dates.

##### Janet Reynolds

Janet Reynolds started out her career as an elementary school teacher in the United States before deciding to pursue her PhD in molecular biology at one of the most prestigious universities in Europe. After finishing her degree, Janet worked as a postdoc at one of the top laboratories in Europe before returning to teaching after five years abroad.

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