Scientific Revolution

Scientific Revolution

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  •  Vesalius publishes human anatomy textbooks
  • Finally years of research, I can publish this textbook of human anatomy
  • Janssen invents microscope
  • Father! Finally we have successfully got this to work. Our discovery will definitely go down in history
  • Galileo Galilei's Discoveries With the Telescope
  • Wow! I did not figure that there were stars surrounding Jupiter
  • Vesalius's innovative ideas had led to making De humani corporis fabrica in 1543. It had significantly changed medical training, anatomical knowledge, and artistic representations of the body, It had been an influence that people over centuries continue to strive to learn more.
  • Harvey reveals how the heart functions
  • I think it's about time to tell the world about my discovery
  •  The first-ever microscope to be invented was in the late 16th century. It was however took teamwork effort to make such a work. A Dutch father and his son Janssen discovered that if they put a lens at the top and bottom of a tube and looked through it, the object's detail is clearer. This was later used as the foundation of other advanced microscope that people made over time.
  • Isaac Newton discovery of white light and colors
  • My theory had been proven to be true. This is a miracle!
  •  In 1610 Galileo did not invent a telescope but he built his own to observe the stars and planets. He once pointed his telescope at Jupiter, the largest planet in our solar system and he made a discovery. The planet had four stars surrounding it which he thought so. Within days, Galileo figured out that these stars were actually moons in the orbit of Jupiter.
  • Fahrenheit invents mercury thermometer
  • In 1616, Harvey reveals his findings of the heart at the College of Physicians. He later published his theories in a book called Exercitatio Anatomica de Motu Cordis et Sanguinis in Animalibus. In the book, he explained how the heart functions and what it does to the body.
  • English physicist and mathematician Isaac Newton began a series of experiments with sunlight and prisms. He used a prism to discover that white light and sunlight are made up of the colors of the rainbow. People might also not know that he stuck a bodkin which was a long sharp needle, which he stuck into his eye socket. When he stuck it between his eye and bone, he saw colored circles and other visual phenomena.
  • In 1714, Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit invented the mercury thermometer in Amsterdam. It was made of a bulb containing mercury attached to a glass tube of narrow diameter. This was the first-ever thermometer to be invited and later used to advance to better ones.
  • I finally made the first ever object to measure temperature. I can show the world what a masterpiece I have made
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