I remember 8 years ago, January 25th, 1627, when you were born in Ireland.
Now, you shall go to Eaton private college.
In all of the 12 years of my life, this tour of Europe, brother, is the best of it all! I like Swiss City of Geneva the most!
And that is how the air pump and Boyle's law were both invented. We use the air pump to do things like fill cars with gas, and we use Boyle's law in order to predict and understand the behavior of gas.
Galileo, I have traveled all the way here to Italy to see you! I heard that this is near the end of your time. I have and idea I must discuss with you. It is what I call Boyle's law. You see, when adding pressure to air, the amount of the air will decrease!
I approve of your theory.
I have come here to this university town in England because I heard of your great mechanic skills and wanted to partner up to build something useful, using my theory and your skills.
Mr. Hooke, I made Boyle's law at the age of thirty, and now this! You have done great! Let's call it the air pump.
Robert Boyle died December 31, 1691, making him 64 at his death. Speaking of deaths, Robert Boyle happened to visit Galileo in the last second, because he died during his visit!