Copper vs. Fiber The advantage of having fiber is obviously going to overcome the advantage of having copper. However, there are certain areas where copper will be better fit than fiber cables. Hard to believe but let’s just point out some advantages and disadvantages of each to see which will best fit where you want to put it. Fiber cabling is growing very fast due to how much more efficient it is than copper cabling.
Henry also wanted more power because he wanted Europe to know that England is a powerful country and he wanted a son because he thought that men were more powerful than women. He got more power buy being famous for marrying six wives and spiting from the church. Edward VI Edward born in 1537 was a very smart educated boy and was interested in politics and things like that (I personally don’t know why). So he decides to change the church to his liking. The first thing he did was change the prayers books into English, the he abolished the Catholic Mass and was replaced with the Holy Communion, he turned Church interiors plain and simple, he told priests to wear plain clothing, he said priests couldn’t get married, he said you couldn’t buy your way to heaven and finally traditions were banned such as Christmas.
As well as that, there was a very bad harvest in 1621 which caused widespread distress and finally there was wide support for anti-Spanish foreign policy. This meant that money was already short and James had to accept this, but he was a very extravagant king and would struggle to come to terms with not being able to have everything he wanted. Stress would have been a big factor and tension would have been big between the king and Parliament. A main reason that James felt the royal prerogative was under threat in the 1621 Parliament is because of monopolies. Monopolists such as Sir Giles Mompesson and Sir Francis Mithcell were impeached for their corrupt practices in monopolies such as licensing alehouses where many of these alehouses were illegal gambling dens or partly brothels.
49). He argues that the economies of scale that the empire create is the key to success since it needs resources to mobilise and equip military forces; the amount of military personnel is no longer the main factor due to demographic limit to the number of people that the states can put under arms (Niall, pg. 51). However, the widening U.S. deficit of troops, budget, and economic pose a potential threat for the ephemeral empire (ibid.). Moreover, Niall suggests that an empire does not have to only provide security for itself by exploiting the resources of the foreign land, but imperial rule can also provide general benefits such as increase trade, better education, and improve justice or governance, for the third parties being ruled (Niall, pg.
Source G suggests that the monasteries wrongly abused their influential power over the common folk, gaining money from the supposed religious relics they claimed to be in ownership of. Items such as ‘God’s coat, Our Lady’s smock’ and ‘part of God’s supper,’ this implies corruption because deception was being used against the ordinary worshippers. Source G also suggests that corruption was held amongst monks, telling us of their illegitimate children under their supposed life of celibacy and the holy fathers inability to life such a life ‘The Pope, considering this holy father’s weakness, has given him license to keep a whore.’ Source G is a report given by Richard Layton to Cromwell in 1535, providing Cromwell with ammunition for the Valor Ecclesiasticus. Source H is similar to Source G suggesting that there was corruption in the monasteries, stating that the monasteries live in ‘Manifest sin, vicious, carnal and abominable living.’ The source also states that such doing is on the increase ‘their vicious living shamelessly increases’ suggesting that the only way in order to stop such doings, was to dissolve the monasteries. Source H confirms the points made in Source G, suggesting corruption was at the heart of royal motives for dissolution.
He exercised his "thorough" policies there with a certain degree of brutality, using Ireland as something of a practice ground for social and military experimentation and turning the four religious groups (Irish Catholics, Catholic Old English, Protestant New English, Presbyterian Scots) in the country against each other. Originally a critic of Charles', after his appointment to his Privy Council in 1629 his relationship with him greatly improved, although there remained an element of mutual distrust (in part due to Wentorth's arrogant character). As governor of Ireland, Wentworth had a set agenda; to impose English authority on the church, the state itself, and to make a financial profit out of the country. He achieved the latter by imposing high taxes and rising customs duties, something which understandably aggravated the Irish. English control over affairs in Ireland had traditionally been weak, something that Wentworth set out to change; he built up an army to quell localised rebellions, using money raised by taxes to do so.
He believed that the indulgences were unjust because the indulgences were aimed at wealthy people who had the money to buy them while poor peasants were too poor to afford them. John Calvin believed in pre-destination, a belief that people were chosen to go to heaven or hell when they were born, and nothing can change that. He also brought reformation in the city of Geneva, restricting gambling and dancing. Martin Luther was born on November 10, 1483. He is famous for his 95 Theses, where he attacked the Catholic Church for selling indulgences and the corruption in the church.
However, the real meaning of the word technology is not well known because it is so broad. We use many different technologies in our everyday activities, such as cell phones, computers, cars, etc. These different technologies make living easier. There are different branches of technology such as information technology, medical technology, and biotechnology. Updated technologies makes the world a smaller place to live in.
He introduced this tax to the whole country and misused it by not using it for ship money. So people had to pay money to Charles when they barley had money for themselves. This caused argument because people in parliament didn’t pay and the case was taken to court but Charles’s tax was ruled legal. The most obvious reason for the civil war is power. Divine right also comes in to power.
How far was the Catholic Church in Germany ripe for reform before 1517? There are many contributing factors as to how ripe the Catholic Church was for reformation, one of these was the corruption of the Church. To the people at the time, priests were incredibly important; they had the responsibility of preventing souls from going to hell and were the only ones who could administer the sacraments which would guarantee salvation. However, usually priests would only do this in exchange for money which led the church to be riddled with abuses as the priests only seemed interested in amassing wealth rather than taking care of their parishioners spiritually. Other abuses included simony, nepotism, pluralism and absenteeism.