S: Scientists and Philosophers
FC: Science Revolution | Scientist and their contributions to the Science Revolution Bre'Aunna King W.H. - P.5
1: Table of Contents | Ptolemy__________________Pg.2 Nicholas Copernicus________Pg.3 Johannes Kepler_______________Pg.4 Galileo Galilei_________________Pg.5 Isaac Newton__________________Pg.6 Galen______________________________Pg.7 Andreas Vesalius____________________Pg.8 William Harvey______________________Pg.9 Robert Boyle_______________________Pg.10 Antoine Lavoisier___________________Pg.11 Margret Cavendish__________________Pg.12 Maria Winkelmann__________________Pg.13 Rene Descartes____________________Pg.14 Francis Bacon______________________Pg.15 John Locke________________________Pg.16 the Baron de Montesque_____________Pg.17 Voltaire___________________________Pg.18 Denis Diderot______________________Pg.19 Adam Smith_________________Pg.20 Cesare Beccaria______________Pg.21 Jean-Jacques Rousseau______Pg.22 Mary Wollstonecraft______Pg.23 John Wesley______________Pg.24
2: Ptolemy | Helped Christians shape their view of Heaven Geocentric World View
3: Concluded that the Sun is the center of our universe, or Heliocentric World | Nicholas | Copernicus
4: Johannes Kepler
5: Galileo Galilei | Discovered mountains on the Moon, four moons orbiting Jupiter, and sunspots while observing the Heavens
6: Isaac Newton | Three laws of motion Universal Laws of Gravitation Saw the world as a machine run by natural laws
7: Greek physician who would dissect animals instead of humans for his studies of the human anatomy | Galen
8: Andreas Vesalius | On the Fabric of the Human Body Dissected human bodies
9: William Harvey | On the Motion of the Heart and Blood Showed that the blood makes a complete circuit as it passes through the body
10: One of the first scientist to conduct controlled experiments Boyle's Law | RObert Boyle
11: Antoine Lavoisier | Founder of modern chemistry
12: Observations Upon Experimental Philosophy Believed that humans, though science, were masters of nature | Margret Cavendish
13: Discovery of a comet | Maria Winkelmann
14: There was more than one occasion where we had to be resourceful and live on the streets because we missed a train or couldnt find a hostel.
15: brian | kristina | megan | jon
17: Backpacking took us to many beautiful verdant places. Our granola bars kept u alive during long walks.
18: Gepetto's Shop
19: There were many street artists who were very talented. Too bad our backpacks had no space for artwork.
20: being silly
21: ...and sometimes bad.
23: Eating gelato, meeting strangers, living in hostels, walking along coastlines, sleeping on trains, going to festivals, eating authentic foods, learning transportation systems, buying groceries; It was all a great experience, despite the rainy days, getting lost, and taking trains in wrong directions. Immersing in different cultures taught us a lot and opened our eyes to a little bit more of the world around us.