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STATE OF MICHIGAN COURT OF APPEALS
THOMSON REUTERS INC., Plaintiff-Appellant, v DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY, Defendant-Appellee.
UNPUBLISHED May 13, 2014
No. 313825 Court of Claims LC No. 11-000091-MT
Before: OWENS, P.J., and MURRAY and RIORDAN, JJ. PER CURIAM. Plaintiff, Thomson Reuters, Inc., appeals as of right the Court of Claims' order affirming an assessment of a tax deficiency for the use of prewritten computer software in Michigan. We reverse. I. FACTUAL BACKGROUND Plaintiff, a Texas corporation, sold numerous information products during the period in question, including CD-ROM computer software and online-research products and tools. At issue in this case is one such product, Checkpoint, which is an online tax and accounting research program that provides subscribers access to a wide collection of information. Subscribers of Checkpoint are able to search and retrieve multiple up-to-date sources, browse compiled information regarding a particular topic, and go to links between sources. Checkpoint ...
The Atomic Model
Atomic Theory Timeline
The atomic model has changed over time.
For over two centuries, scientists have created different models of the atom.
As scientists have learned more and more about atoms, the atomic model has changed.
Atomic Theory Timeline
Here is a timeline of some of the major ideas.
But First, Democritus!
Democritus was a Greek philosopher (470-380 B.C.) who is the father of modern atomic thought.
He proposed that matter could NOT be divided into smaller pieces forever.
He claimed that matter was made of small, hard particles that he called "atomos"
John Dalton - 1808
John Dalton created the very first atomic theory.
Dalton was an English school teacher who performed many experiments on atoms.
Dalton viewed atoms as tiny, solid balls. His atomic theory had 4 statements.
1. Atoms are tiny, invisible particles.
2. Atoms of one element are all the same.
3. Atoms of different elements are different.