Which of the following statements would best serve as an introduction to the passage? A. The assumption that the knowledge incorporated in technological developments must be derived from science ignores the many non-scientific decisions made by technologists. B. Analytical thought is no longer a vital component in the success of technological development. C. As knowledge of technology has increased, the tendency has been to lose sight of the important role played by scientific thought in making decisions about form, arrangement, and texture. D. A movement in engineering colleges toward a technician's degree reflects a demand for graduates who have the nonverbal reasoning ability that was once common among engineers. E. A technologist thinking about a machine, reasoning through the successive steps in a dynamic process, can actually turn the machine over mentally.