StoryboardThat Scientific Revolution

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A thing for Mr. Wilson's class.

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  • William Harvey
  • Therefore, based on all my research, the flow of blood is continuous.
  • What makes an apple fall down?
  • Isaac Newton
  • Gather Data to Test Predictions
  • Francis Bacon
  • Develop General Theories
  • Refine/alter/expand/reject hypothesis
  • Develop Testable Predictions
  • Make Observations
  • The scientific method will be used to characterize natural science.
  • Formulate Hypotheses
  • Think of Interesting Questions
  • William Harvey was the first man that discovered that the flow of blood is continuous, and that it flows in one direction. He found that arteries and veins form a complete circuit that connected to the heart as well. This idea changed the way that we thought about the entire body. It helped greatly in the medical field and opened up new discoveries for us to make, such as being able to know to cut off circulation before certain surgeries.
  • Johannes Kepler
  • With evidence, I have been able to determine the sun is at the center, not the Earth.
  • Isaac Newton was the pioneer of gravity. He stated that all physical objects have a force of attraction between them. Besides establishing the law of gravity, he also invented the three laws of motion. His discoveries in physics increased our knowledge by a long shot. His concepts are still used today in physics classes all around the world. As for Europe, people had begun to see the universe as a "beautifully designed machine."
  • Major Inventions
  • Please pretend it's a micropscope. It's the best I could do.
  • The scientific method was first developed by a man named Francis Bacon. In reality, Bacon did not really discover anything; however, his manner of making use of deductive reasoning was what made him known. When faced with something new, he decided to hypothesize, experiment, and speculate about his subject before going over his data. Bacon had also believed that religion should be kept separate from science, which would be followed by others soon after.
  • Major Inventions Part 2 (wow)
  • The temperature can be told at any time of day using a thermometer.
  • For years upon years, thousands of people believed that the Earth was the center of the universe. Among others like Copernicus, Johannes Kepler sought to prove this theory wrong, and argued that the Sun was the center. This theory was known as the Heliocentric theory. Kepler created the three laws of planetary motion, which included the fact that planets move in an ellipse.
  • The microscope was first created by Dutch lens makers sometime in the late 1500's. This revolutionary tool has aided us in many ways. With it we can see bacteria, cells, and other microscopic organisms normally unseen by the naked eye, allowing us to see life never seen before. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek would make his own powerful microscopes later in the 1600's.
  • With a microscope, you are able to see even the tiniest life forms!
  • The thermometer is another one of many revolutionary tools constructed during this time. Although it is not certain, Galileo most likely invented the first thermometer. However, a more accurate thermometer was made by Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit in the early 1700's. Thanks to the thermometer, we are able to determine near exact temperature and even predict the weather.
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