That Scientific Revolution

That Scientific Revolution

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  • William Harvey (1578-1657)
  • Actually, Blood circulates from the heart, arteries, and veins.
  • Blood is produced by the Liver.
  • Issac Newton (1643-1727)
  • Why do apples fall down instead of up?
  • Francis bacon (1561-1626)
  • Not only was I a philosopher, but I was also a lord chancellor and a attorney general.
  • William Harvey disagreed with Galens theory that blood was produced by the liver and stated that it came from the heart, but was told false by others that believed in Galen. As he grew old, Harvey was able to spread out his statement to a new generation of med students who were influenced by him and helped pass on his teachings.
  • Johannes Kelper (1571-1630)
  • I demonstrate by means of philosophy that the earth is round, and is inhabited on all sides.
  • The microscope has been used to find diseases, evidence, new discoveries etc.
  • Isaac Newton was fascinated in physics, mathematics and astronomy. He was able to uncover many things like white light was actually made of all the colors of a rainbow, the three laws of motion, even the law of gravity when he was sitting under a tree and an apple fell down. This impacted on others as it helped give them a new sense on how they saw the Universe as we still carry on his teachings like velocity, force, Gravity, etc.
  • Microscope
  • Francis Bacon was a philosopher and the father of the scientific revolution. As an author, Bacon rewrote the New Organon from Aristotle with inductive reasoning Instead of deductive reasoning which is, explaining probable conclusion based on several specific observations. His works and books inspired others and popularized the Baconian method also known as the scientific method.
  • Barometer
  • Because of the creation of the barometer we were able to predict the rainy weather today.
  • Johannes Kepler was a German Astronomer and supported Copernicus’ idea of the heliocentric universe. Kepler published a book based off the heliocentric idea. This helped give others a new perspective on their world, but churches and other scientists thought false of it. He also developed the 3 laws of planetary and discovered that the orbits were oval and not circular.
  • Dutchman Leeuwenhoek created the microscope and found the discovery of bacteria. This device helped make small objects be seen in a bigger perspective and was used to uncover new things. To this day, Scientists still use microscopes to find new artifacts and objects throughout our world.
  • Evangelista Torricelli created the barometer which helped measure changes in the atmosphere. He found this discovery as he tested out some mercury and put in a tube, he watched it and found out that the height of the mercury would go up and down from the pressure. The barometer are now used by weather forecasters to help study and predict certain weathers.
  • Thanks to Evangelista Torricelli too
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