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global chap 22 #1


Scientific Revolution A new way of thinking about the natural world
Nicholas Copernicus A polish astronomer that developed heliocentric theory of the universe
Heliocentric Theory The sun is the center of the universe
Johannes Kepeler Proved Copernicus' ideas mathematically
Galileo Galilei Used a telescope to observe the heavens; made new observations about the universe; proved Copernicus right
Scientific Method logical procedure for gathering and testing ideas
Francis Bacon English writer; thought that scientists should observe the world and not accept old knowledge
Rene Descartes French mathematician; believed that all things were false unless proven using reason
Isaac Newton Father of the concept of gravity
Created by: beth weir