You are going to take a journey in a Time Machine. Inscribed on the side are the

You are going to take a journey in a Time Machine. Inscribed on the side are the letters MDLS, which stand for McClellan, Dorn, Lloyd, and Silva. When you climb inside you see that there are only eight settings: Greece, Alexandria, China, Islam, “The Enduring East,” “The Middle Kingdom,” “The New World,” and “Indus, Ganges, and Beyond.” Which one do you select and why? Who do you meet and what do you talk about? What scientific development from this era do you seek out to see for yourself? Why was this scientific development important to the culture of this time period? You will also research scholarly sources in the APUS library to learn more about the time and place you have selected. What did this source teach you that did not appear in our readings?
NO WEBSITES ARE ALLOWED IN THIS PAPER. You can ONLY use our course readings and scholarly sources in the APUS library. All work must be cited in proper format.
Paper Outline (Use Subheadings for Parts A, B, and C):
Title Page
Part A: Location Selection Answer
Part B: Individual Selection Answer
Part C: Scientific Development Answer
Length: 250 to 500 words (not including title page or bibliography).
Format: APA, MLA, or Chicago Manual of Style.
Paper Requirements:
Cite the readings for the week, indicating how they informed your answer.
Cite ONE scholarly source from peer reviewed journals or books found in the APUS library. What is a secondary source? “A secondary source interprets and analyzes primary sources. These sources are one or more steps removed from the event.” Web sites are not approved research for this assignment. There is to be NO USE OF WEBSITES in your answer under any circumstances. Scholarly and peer reviewed research only. Click here to learn what makes a source “scholarly”: Click here for how you find peer reviewed or scholarly sources:
Include a bibliography.

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