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Chapter 22 People Wh

World History Chapter 22 People

TermDefinition
Edward Jenner Created a vaccine to prevent small pox. Worlds first vaccination.
Robert Boyle Math relationship between pressure and volume of gases. Boyles Law.
Isaac Newton Law of gravity
Zacharias Janssen Invents microscope in 1590.
Anders Celsius A scale for temperature showing freezing at 0 degrees
Evangelista Torricelli Invents the barometer in 1643 that helps with predicting weather.
Anton van Leeuwenhoek Used a microscope to observe bacterial. Discovers red blood cells.
Galileo Galiei Theories of astronomy. Starry Messenger- Jupiter had 4 moons. Laws of motion (supports Copernicus)
Thomas Hobbes believed strong government provided law and order
John Locke believed in self government, life liberty, and property. Modern democracy, overthrow government if rights are not protected
Voltaire fought for tolerance reason, and freedom of religion and speech. Targeted clergy, aristocracy, and government.
Created by: myanek