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Chapter 19 World History

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Steps of scientific method
1)purpose 2)research 3)hypothesis 4)experiment 5) analysis 6)conclusion
event taking place in the world led scientists to study the natural world in the mid 1500s
the age of exploration
Who invented the first periodic table
Dmitri Mendeleev
beliefs of Tycho Brahe
said sun revolved around the Earth- but other plantes revolved around the sun, set out to prove Copernicus wrong bu his findings proved him right
proposed geocentric theory
Aristotle
wrote a book supporting heliocentric theory
Copernicus
wrote the without government peoples lives were solitary, poor, nasty, brutish and short
Hobbes
Slogan expressed outrage of leaders in response to stamp act
"No taxation without representation"
new way of thinking emerged in mid-1500's
scientific revolution
traditional authorities that people looked to for answers about the world prior to the scientific revolution
the church
posed a new theory that brought him into direct conflict with the church
Copernicus
argued that people had a right to overthrow a government that does not protect their rights
John Locke
wrote "man is free but everywhere is in chains"
Rousseau
why did american colonists object to the stamp act
colonial leaders were upset that parliament tea taxed them without representatives
why did the sons of liberty dump tea into the boston harbor
to protest a new tea taz which was imposed by Parliament
new approach allowed scholars to gain new scientific knowledge
scientific method
wrote first draft of the Declaration of Independence
Thomas Jefferson
why did delegates meet at a Constitutional Convention in 1787?
because they needed a new form of government
why was the Bill of rights added to the Constitution
they wanted protection from individuals rights to be added to the constitution