Scientific Revolution

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  • William Harvey
  • Come this way for your check up!
  • Thank you!
  • Isaac Newton
  • How did that apple fall to the ground?
  • Francis Bacon
  • Science is fascinating!
  • William Harvey was very fascinated with how the human body works. Harvey was the first person to know how our blood circulates.If Harvey never knew how the blood circulated in our body, doctors wouldn't know what to do when people got sick.
  • Johannes Kepler
  • Look at all the stars!
  • Isaac Newton discovered gravity by seeing an apple fall to the ground. When he saw this, he called the force "gravity". Knowing what gravity is important because in order to have satellites working, we need to know how gravity functions.
  • Major inventions (Antonie Van)
  • Look at the particles and bacteria!
  • Francis Bacon was fascinated by science and became a philosopher. He did experiments to prove that science is used for almost everything. Without Bacon, we wouldn't be able to know certain things that involved scientific research.
  • Major Inventions (Daniel Gabriel)
  • Where is the thermometer?
  • Johannes Kepler is known for being a German astronomer. In invented a new telescope. Astronomy and discovering new things is something Kepler worked hard on; without his help on knowing this, we wouldn't know so much about space.
  • Antonie Van was the person who designed his own microscope around the mid 1600s. He was the first person ever to see bacteria. Microscopes are important today because they make smaller objects appear bigger.
  • Although people aren't sure who made the first ever thermometer, Galileo was probably the first person to invent it. But Daniel Gabriel made it more accurate. Thermometers today are used to learn about a certain temperature.
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