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How did the rensaissance helo pave the way for the scientific revolution?
In the renaissance, the arts were not the only things that changed, like learning
What did nicolaus copernicus discovered about the universe
What did johannes kepler discover about the universe?
Keplers laws, planets revolve around the sun mathmematically
What did galileo galilei discover about the universe?
He discovered that jupoter has 4 moons, the sum has dark spots, and earth's moon is uneven and bumpy
What did Isaac Newton discover about the universe?
Every objects attracts to every other object
What important scientific instruments were created in the scientific revolution ?
Telescope, microscope, mercury barometer, mercury thermometer, celcuis scale for mercury thermometer
What important medicines were made in the scientific revolution?
Humany anatomy studied, smallpox, vacine made from cowpox
Discoveries in chemistry during the scientific revolution
Matter was made of similar primary particlesand the boyle law
An expert in physics
In which forces are considered
Vary in magnitude or position in a regular manner around a central point
What object did Ptolemy claim was at the center of the universe
What object did Copernicus claim was at the center of the universe
In the middle ages, the earth centered view of the universe in which scholars believed that the arth was an immovable object located at the center of the earth
A major change in european thought, starting in the mid 1500's in which the study of the natural world began to be charecterized by careful observation.
The idea that the earth and the other planets revolve around the sun
A Danish noblemen and astronomer who received money from the king of Denmark to build an advanced observatory to study the stars
A key figure in the 17th century scientific revolution, he is best known for his laws of planetary motion
Italian scientist and scholar who made pioneer observations that laid the foundation for modern physics and Astronomy
Sir Isaac newton
English physicist and mathematician, most famous for his law of gravitation, was instrumental in the scientific revolution
English Renaissance statesmen and philosopher, best known for promotion of the scientific method
Created a pascaline and early version of a calculator
First true genuine scientist. He believed all people and their knowledge was based on perception
Made a calendar that gave the risings and setting of the stars in the morning
Scientific method step 1
State a question
Scientific method step 2
Form a hypothesis
Scientific method step 3
Conduct an experiment
Scientific method step 4
Scientific method step 5
Belief that reason, not tradition, is the source of all knowledge
What happened after galileo recanted at the roman inquisition
He was put under house arrest
Kepler disagreed with Copernicus
That the planets revoked in a elliptical, not circular, motion
Book about the law of gravity and motion
Used to measure changes of pressure in atmosphere
Catholic leaders felt threatened by?
By heliocentric theory
First thing seen under a microscope
Who was the first scientist to create a complete model of the solar system
What is a supernova?
A newly visible star that was far away
Who sponsored tycho Brahe?
King Fredrick II
What did Galileo discover
He discovered that he Miley way was made of stars
How did the scientific revolution have an impact beyond the form of science
Developed a new way to think about the natural world and how invention started to work
What are three causes of the scientific revolution
1- exploration and expansion of trade
2- continuing study of ancient authorities
3- development of cue rigid method
Factors that led to the scientific revolution
Rise of universities
Contact with non western scientists
Significance of scientific revolution
Abandonment of ancient and medieval systems
Development of the scientific enlightenment
Rene Descartes " I think, therefore I am"
To explain rationalism, reason, but not tradition
All heavenly bodies move around
Newtons laws of gravity
Attraction between forces
Science in medieval times was based on what
Astronomy and alchemy
What are the scholars of three fates
1- Muslim preservation and study of ancient texts
2- Jewish study of Greek ideas and religion
3- Christian study of Greek ideas and religion
Knowledge of exploration
Better if understanding of the true size and shape of the world.
2- increase in knowledge and new development of tchnologies
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