The Scientific Revolution

The Scientific Revolution

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  • My name is Nicolaus Copernicus. Some say that I will inspire to continue the studies in my current field, astrology, as I have discovered the foundation for this and basis of this newly recognized science (due to some support from Galileo Galilei to confirm my findings. I am the one who is known for developing the "Heliocentric Theory," or the one who denounced and challenged the Catholic Church and their dense belief of the "Geocentric Theory" (everything revolves around the sun), IN THE NAME OF SCIENCE. Just waiting for that recognition now though... in a room of empty desks...
  • IMPACT: The Heliocentric Theory was not just formulated to be useless, but it shall be utilized to increase efficiency for the future of scientific discovery.
  • 1543
  • IMPACT: I also invented the spyglasses and I am actually considered to be the Father of Observable astronomy. Because of my invention of the telescope, many artists gained inspiration from me. The telescope positively impacts the way we see outer space currently, as we would possess not a clue of what space looked like.
  • My name is Galileo Galilei. I subsequently used my newly-invented telescope to discover four of the moons circling Jupiter, to study Saturn, to observe the phases of Venus, and to study sunspots on the Sun. My observations strengthened my belief in your theory that Earth and other planets revolve around the sun
  • So, Nicolaus Copernicus, let's pat our backs for being the two must impactful men in the era of the scientific revolutio-
  • IMPACT: Because he significantly decreased the amount of disease present currently (and saved the lives of many), he inspired others to do the same, through scientific advancement and innovation.
  • AHEM not to burst your bubble Galileo Galilei, but um, your forgetting I, Louis Pasteur: the person responsible for discoveries of the principles of microbial fermentation, vaccination, and poor pasteurization in food. I have also created many vaccines myself, such as the Rabies vaccine, the Anthrax vaccine, and the Fowl Cholera vaccine, with no support or collaboration with any other scientist.
  • Yeah Galileo Galilei... you are forgetting about me, Robert Boyle a  chemist, physicist, and inventor. Also known as THE FATHER OF CHEMISTRY! I published and recorded all of my discoveries, works, and findings, unlike some people *cough cough the rest of you cough* I also created the notable Boyle's Law: an important law that the volume of a gas decreases with increasing pressure and vice versa. I managed to accomplish all of this without the support and help from another scientist. So why don't you process that for a bit Galilei.
  • IMPACT: Because of my publications of my discoveries and inventions, many people in the future may utilize that public work to build and develop more discoveries and finding to persistently finding new conclusions and findings in the name of science.
  • Surprise surprise you're forgetting me, a physicist and chemist: Marie Curie. I made several breakthrough in the scientific world. Some examples of these breakthrough is my research on radioactivity and my discovery of the elements Polonium (radioactive) and radium. I also caused the basic idea/concept of the X-Ray. I was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, the first person to win twice, and the only person to win in two fields of science. I had some support and assistance from my husband Pierre.
  • IMPACT: Because I was the first woman to receive a Nobel Prize in science, I inspired an outstanding amount of women and scientists in general  to continue making discoveries and acquire knowledge about the world of science.
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