Nicolaus Copernicus - Jodi Truong
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Our new child, Nicolaus Copernicus.
He was born today on February 19, 1473.
By the time he was an adolescent, he was an orphan.
They wouldn't have lived long anyways.
Aristotle and Ptolemy said that Earth is the center of the universe, but is that really true?
I wrote a book in 1543 called "On the Revolution of the Celestial Spheres".
Shout out to Aristotle and Ptolemy - Earth moves and the stars and sundon't. Get your facts straight!
Copernicus died later that year without his theory being too popular amongst people.
Later in 1687, Isaac Newton helped confirm the idea.
The law of Universal Gravitation is true!
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