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  • William Harvey
  • HI my name is William Harvey and I am studying the vascular system.
  • Isaac Newton
  • Hi my name is Isaac Newton and I developed three laws of motion.
  • Francis Bacon
  • My name is Francis Bacon and I served as attorney general.
  • William Harvey continued his study into the vascular system and in 1616 he announced the discovery of blood circulation in the body. Harvey impacted Europe and the rest of the world because he established the existence of pulmonary system.
  • Johannes Kepler
  • Hi my name is Johannes Kepler and I Discovered three major
  • Isaac Newton developed three laws of motion which form the basic principles of modern physics. Newton impacted the world because he had a huge impact on various disciplines of science, including physics, math, and more.
  • Thermometer
  • Francis Bacon served as attorney general and lord chancellor of England. He took up Aristotelian ideas, arguing for an empirical, inductive approach, known as the scientific method, which is the foundation of modern scientific inquiry. He impacted Europe because he had an important technique that is used in modern science. Bacon also served as a Lord Chancellor in England.
  • Microscope
  • I was the first one to see bacteria through a microscope.
  • Johannes Kepler discovered three major laws of planetary motion. The three laws of planetary motion are the planets move in elliptical orbits with the Sun at one focus. Kepler impacted the world because he left behind an impressive legacy that continues to impact us even today.
  • Galileo made the first thermometer. In the 1700’s a German scientist, Daniel Gabriel made them more accurate. Daniel put mercury in a tube and as the mercury got warmer it expanded.
  • I Galileo made the first thermometer.
  • But I Daniel made it better.
  • Scientists use microscopes to make small object appear much larger. The microscope was invented by by Dutch lens maker in the late 1500’s. Dutchman Antonie van Leeuwenhoek designed his own powerful microscope. He became the first person to see bacteria.
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