Influcential, taught socrates theorized about the moons nature.
He was a pupil for thales. thought there were many inhabitated planets other then our universe. Also thought animals came from water and involved but that doesn't include humans.
He was a student of Anaximander thought everything came from air. Believed Earth was a flat disk.
book of maps
abbreviation of circa
events or things you can see or sense
ahead of your time
round ball (3-D)
Something that is harmful, destructive, or poisonous.
lived in the fith centruy about the same time as Anaxagoras. Said the earth had four main forces or elements Love, Strife, guide all growth and action.
An elemt of the four states of matter, solid, liquid gas, and PLASMA. Plasma is an atomic substance packed with charged particles. The Sun's atmosphere is a plasma.
curve at the rope
the ratio of a pentagon to its side
Mathametition, religious reformer, Greek philosopher
Among the three sides of a right triangle.
coming back to life as an animal or plant.
They have a nucleus (core) with at least one proton (positive charge). The nucleus is orbited by electrons (negative charge)
composed of two or more elements
involves splitting the nucleus of a heavy atom, such as uranium (92 protons, 92 electrons), into light atoms, such as barium (56 protons, 56 electrons)
the nuclei of light atoms join to make a heavy nucleus
the plural of nucleus, a central part where things are normally grouped together at the core.
Like a nit in a shell it has a mass at the core of something a comet, a skin cell, or an atom. The plural of nuclei
Empy space or nothingness. The opposite of matter.
The positions of stars & planets influence our future events on Earth. Or, personalities/inhabitants.
"Before Common Era" or before year 1
"Common Era" From year 1 to now.
having to do with the sky or heavens
Something on the same day every month/year. Reoccuring
Beautiful blue gemstone
Ancient land between Tigris & Euphrates Rivers in what is now Iraq
fortune-telling fake science
lived 5,000 years ago Created what may have been the world's first great civilization.
Pyramid Like, terraced temples
confusion or disorder
purpose of teaching an important idea ir belief. A written communication
a possibly/reasinable explanation for a set of observations or facts. Untested answers.
a belief or idea or mode of thought of mystics
stories, traditions, or beliefs associated with a particular group.
to a scientists observations means more then just look at something
elongated embayment of the Mediterranean Sea located between the southern Balkan and Anatolian peninsulas
Resin hardens into amber; creating a fossil that's pretty enough to be sold as jewerly.
Sky blue. Comes from a pPersian word for the gorgeous blue mineral lapis lazuli.
in everyday language: unrest or turmoil. Scientifically speaking, fermaentaition is a chemical change in which complex organic compoudsn are turned into yeast or bacteria change sugar (complex) to alcohol and carbon dioxide (simple).
marked by erratic changeableness in affections or attachments;
samll oddities of character.
The sum-centered solar system where we reside.
Ancient greek poet
ancient region of central coast
an arm of the mediterrainian sea
An expression the compares quantities relative to each other.
Trees ooze sticky RESINS that trap and entomb tiny animals.
a sixthe-century B.C.E Ionian living the prosperous port of Miletus. Said to be the world's first philosopher-scientist-mathemtician. The first to look for explanations in observed facts, not mythsl the firt scientists to leave his name on his ideas. Also studied eclipses.