Roger Bacon Sponge Project
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Roger Bacon was born to a wealthy English family in 1220.
In 1240, at the age of 20, Bacon goes to study philosophy at the University of Oxford.
After he graduated, he was invited to teach at the University of Paris. He taught his students about Aristotle.
Some years later, Bacon was studying light rays and such, which ultimately led him to discover eyeglasses.
Eventually, Bacon realized his sacred Aristotle was actually wrong, and he came up with 4 central reasons why they were wrong. This method is still used today.
Even hundreds of years after his death, Roger Bacon's ideas, such as the Scientific Method.
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