← Scientific Method Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Why were the findings during the Scientific Revolution considered to be so radical?
- Where do some of the (science/technology) roots of the Sci. Rev. come from?
- Who was the first person to propose of a heliocentric universe? What book did he write?
- Who was Anton van Leeuwenhoek?
- Who forced Galileo to recant? How did he fight back?
- a China, Ancient Egypt, Islam, Medieval Europe
- b Based off of experimentation and math, not the knowledge from outside sources. Also did not match with the teachings of the Bible.
- c perfect microscope and saw cells/organisms for the first time
- d Nicolaus Copernicus (a polish monk), "On the Revolutions of the Heavenly Spheres"
- e Inquisition; he argued for a non-literal interpretation of the Bible
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Discoveries in gravity
- universe is now comprehensible, individual intellect as source of wisdom, science + religion = arguments
- Robert Boyle
- Perfected the first telescope, saw that Jupiter's moons revolved around Jupiter like planets revolved around the sun
- Tycho Brahe
5 True/False Questions
Who wrote the first accurate book of anatomy? → A step by step process of discovery
What was the Scientific Method? → universe with the sun in center; universe with earth in center
Who was Johannes Kepler? → Found evidence that planets orbit in an ellipse, Brahe's assistant
What movement did the Scientific Revolution lay the foundation for? → Enlightenment (Age of Reason)
What were Francis Bacon's beliefs? → Science should be put to use to make life better for people/develop practical technologies, experiment and observation. Considered as father of Scientific Method