The ______________ spirit of investigation led scholars to make important discoveries, fueling the Scientific Revolution.
He developed the theory of universal gravitation.
Classic scientific knowledge was passed from the ___________ world to European thinkers.
Greek rationalism, Muslim and Jewish scholarship, and humanism all contributed to the ___________ ______________.
Global exploration stirred ________'s desire to learn more about the world.
During the Scientific Revolution, scholars __________ the accepted views of the world.
Unlike Ptolemy, Nicolas Copernicus knew the planets revolved around the _______.
He knew that the planet's orbits were elliptical (oval), not circular.
It measures air pressure.
It measures temperature.
Leeuwenhoek was able to discover bacteria, thanks to Janssen's invention of the __________.
He used reason to problem-solve.
As people began to believe that they could think for themselves, the power of the __________ decreased.
Scientific rationalism even affected political thought by causing people to look at alternative forms of _____________.
He used experimentation to discover knowledge and to problem-solve.
He believed faith and reason could exist in harmony.
Galileo and Newton
Observation and experimentation became the basis of scientific thought after the work of ________ & _________.
Observe, test, analyze, conclude are all steps in the ___________ _____________.