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The Age of Enlightenment and Scientific Revolution

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Science evolved dramatically during this time period, particularly during the mid 16th century in the Scientific Revolution. Old scientific ideas of the Greeks and Romans were replaced with new concepts based on an empirical approach. Learn more and engage students with lessons and activities with Storyboard That.

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Enlightenment & Scientific Revolution

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  • Galileo
  • Newton
  • In his book 'Starry Messenger', Galileo Galilei wrote about his observations using a telescope. He claimed that Jupiter had four moons and confirmed Copernicus' theory of a heliocentric universe.
  • Toricelli
  • All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them.
  • Isaac Newton theorized that the universe worked because of a power called gravity. This force affected everything in the universe and maintained order.
  • Janssen and Leeuwenhoek
  • Barometer
  • I have seen the cells in blood!
  • Evangelista Toricelli created the first barometer. He used it to show that changes in atmospheric pressure could predict weather.
  • Vesalius
  • Hmmm...Humans are far more sophisticated than animals like pigs...
  • Dutch eyeglass maker Zacharias Janssen invented the telescope. Anton von Leeuwenhoek used the invention to see cells and bacteria.
  • Jenner
  • Immunity!
  • Flemish doctor Andreas Vesalius dissected corpses and discovered a far more sophisticated human physiology than previously believed.
  • British doctor, Edward Jenner, created the world's first vaccine. He gave people small amounts of cowpox, which gave them immunity to smallpox.
  • Cowpox virus

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