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ECGS Module 1

Exploring Creation with General Science Module #1

Niels Bohr model of the atom
John Dalton modern atomic theory
James Joule 1st Law of Thermodynamics: ENERGY can't be created or destroyed, it can only change forms
Gregor Mendel traits passed down during reproduction (genetic inheritance)
Isaac Newton three laws of motion, developed field of mathematics, calculus
Aristotle spontaneous generation
Nicolaus Copernicus heliocentric system (sun is the center)
Robert Grosseteste considered the first modern scientist; first to define the scientific method and apply it
Democritus ancient Greek scientist who believed in atoms
Charles Darwin responsible for the demise of the idea of the immutability (unchangeability) of species
Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier discovered the law of Mass Conservation; MATTER cannot be created or destroyed, only change forms
Albert Einstein one of the most famous scientists in quantum mechanics; two theories of relativity
Ptolemy geocentric system (earth is the center)
Galileo Galilei used telescope to collect evidence for heliocentric view of universe, but was forced to recant his beliefs
Thales ancient Greek, considered to be one of the first scientists
James Clerk Maxwell founder of modern physics
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