The Scientific Revolution

The Scientific Revolution

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  • William Harvey
  • Blood flows in a circle all through the body! Galen's theories are wrong!
  • Isaac Newton
  • Why does this apple, as for many other things, always fall towards the center of the Earth?
  • Francis Bacon
  • My Scientific Method will become a new tool that will help scientist prove their theories all around the world.
  • William Harvey was ruthless doctor who would dissect dead humans to prove his theories. He found out that blood flows from the heart and through the veins and arteries all around your body. He also discovered that blood is one color but when it is exposed to oxygen it turns red. Harvey's theories and discoveries influenced many medicines and surgeries we may not have had if it were not for him.
  • Johannes Kepler
  • Isaac Newton was a fantastic scientist and mathematician that tested and created the laws of gravity. One day when Newton was attempting to figure out how the moon kept its orbit with the Earth he saw an apple hit the ground on the side of him. He immediately thought how do all things that fall, fall towards the center of the Earth. This was later known as the force of gravity. Without Newtons discovery us, the people, would not know why the planets revolve around the sun and how our solar system works.
  • Microscope
  • I just created a microscope!
  • Francis Bacon created the Scientific Method to help further prove theories of scientist were correct. Without him many of our scientist would have no way to prove that what they created/did has went through the correct steps of observation.
  • Thermometer
  • Mercury in a tube can measure temperature!
  • Johannes Kepler was most known for his three laws of planetary motion. The three laws include: The Law of Ellipses, The Law of Equal Areas, and The Law of Harmonies. Without these three laws we would not know what describes the planets motions in a Heliocentric Universe.
  • There are three laws to planetary motion!
  • The microscope was invented by a Dutch man in the 1600's named Antoine van Leeuwenhoek. He created this object to make small objects appear larger when looking through the lense.
  • The thermometer was created in the early 1700's by Galileo. However, a man named Gabriel Daniel Fahrenheit made much more accurate thermometers. A thermometer is made to measure temperature. It was made in a glass tube with mercury in it, but a couple of years ago it was banned.
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