Hi, my name is Isaac Newton and today I'll tell you a little about me! I'm a brilliant British mathematician and scientist. I am best known since I was the one who discovered 'The Law of Motion' and also 'The Universal Gravitation'. I wrote several articles and books and I was named as one of the inventors of calculus.
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That's amazing, I'm glad you achieved cool stuff! Let me to you a little about me, also. So, my name is Galileo Galilei and I was a famed engineer, scientist, and astronomer who was fundamental in the scientific revolution during the Renaissance.
I'm well known for improving the telescope, and it resulted to the observations that supported heliocentric astronomical theory - the concept that the sun was at the center of the solar system. I was often referred to as "the father of modern science."
Sir Isaac Newton talking about his life achievements and what he also invented to Galileo. FUN FACT - He's real name was Isaac Newton. But in 1705, he was knighted by Queen Anne of England, making him Sir Isaac Newton.
I'm Nicoulaus Copernicus and I'm a Polish astronomer. At the time when there wasn't any telescopes invented yet, I thought that the planets and sun didn't revolve around the earth, but all planets revolved around the sun. The observations that I had carefully made and the mathematical proofs that I showed, became the foundation for scientists and astronomers, after me.
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You sounded very interesting with your cool and smart brain... My turn!! My name is René Descartes. I was a seventeenth century philosopher, mathematician, and writer. ...
Galileo Galilei talking about his life achievements and what he also invented to Isaac Newton.
...Despite of my French origin, I spent most of my life in the Dutch Republic. I was known as the "father of modern philosophy," much of the understanding of Western philosophy is based on my writings by the way.
FUN FACT - The astronomical model that Copernicus developed was called heliocentrism (helios = Sun)
FUN FACT - Descartes work was foundational to the later development of calculus by Newton and Leibniz.
FUN FACT - In 1649 he was invited by Queen Christina of Sweden to organize a scientific academy and to become her tutor. She helped him publish "Passions of the Soul" which was based on his long correspondence with Princess Elisabeth of Bohemia.