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    what the Bible stated. Both Copernicus and Galileo believed in the heliocentric theory, also called Copernicus theory, which stated that the sun was at the centre of the universe and the earth revolves around it. However, the Catholic Church did not agree with this idea because the Bible stated that the earth was at the centre of the universe and the sun revolved around it, which is the complete opposite. Due to this disagreement, Copernicus and Galileo were threaded by the Catholic Church and

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    Galileo Galilei Galileo Galilei was considered the central figure of the scientific revolution of the 17th century. His role in the history of science was a critical one. He revolutionized the way in which science was conducted, and performed experiments to test his ideas, which led him to be regarded as the father of experimental science. Galileo was born on February 15th, 1564 in Pisa, and was the oldest of seven children. His father, Vincenzo Galilei was a famous composer, lutenist, and music

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    Galileo

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    Pueblo Community College Galileo Life after punishment Joe Davalos History 102 Western Civilization II Mr. Richard L. Rollins May 1, 2014 Joseph Davalos Mr. Richard Rollins History 102 Western Civilization II April 10, 2014 Galileo: life after punishment Galileo Galilei, born February 15, 1564 was a mathematics professor a scientist, astronomer and physisist. He attended the University of Pisa to study medicine in 1583. He was fascinated with many subjects, particularly

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    Galileo Galilei Who was Galileo Galilei? Galileo was born in Pisa on February 15, 1564. Galileo’s family was considered poor, but his father was a well-known musician. Galileo had five siblings, which he was the oldest of. His father wanted him to be a doctor so he sent him to the University of Pisa to study medicine. While Galileo was at the University of Pisa he realized that he did not want to study medicine anymore and was distracted by mathematics . Galileo decided to leave medical school

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    Galileo            In the early seventeenth century, Galileo Galilei began the construction of a device that would transform the scientific world. Galileo did not invent the telescope but his improvements on it made him the most scientifically successful user of this instrument in his time. However, Galileo would not stop at scientific discovery. The father of three successfully marketed the improved instrument to the Senate of Venice and the

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    and fundamentals were of the outside world, aka space, the planet and the stars, motion, and physics. One of the best minds of this time was, of course, Galileo Galilei. This great astronomer was a marvel at his work, he introduced controversial concepts that the church did not accept but those that he believed were to be true. Written by Galileo himself, this letter to the Grand Duchess professed his great discoveries and how they changed old ideas and

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    Galileo Observation

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    There are only a few individuals in our history who’ve had as much as an influence on the world as the famous Italian intellect Galileo. He was one of the first astronomers to use a telescope to examine and observe the planet surfaces and the changes in their positions leading to the foundations of modern astronomy and physics. From our perspective today, a simple observation through a telescope may not appear that remarkable or overwhelming. As a part of the 21st century society we are constantly

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    Galileo Galilei, an Italian scientist, made groundbreaking observations that contributed to modern physics and astronomy. Galileo established mathematics as the language of scientific discovery. He founded the scientific method and helped establish the modern practice of experimentation and calculated laws of nature. In July of 1609, Galileo developed his own telescope and with it, he made several astronomical discoveries. For example, Galileo discovered that the surface of the moon is rough and

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    Galileo By Galilei

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    Galileo: Founder of Experimental Science In the Renaissance era, Galileo Galilei was a philosopher, mathematician, physicist, astronomer, and inventor. The eldest of six children, he was born in Pisa in 1564 and died in 1642. In 1585, Galileo entered the University of Pisa to study medicine, however, he found himself drawn to and interested in philosophy and mathematics. Eventually he left the university without a degree, nevertheless, he still became a professor of mathematics. Many of

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    The Life of Galileo

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    and in doing so, embark on a quest to find their true identity and place in life. One must realize that the common theme in all literature is the search for identity and belonging. Bertolt Brecht, author of "The Life of Galileo," effectively uses the developing character Galileo Galilei to portray a strong message; a message which five hundred years after the fact has still not been completely comprehended. Through Galileo's continuous battle with the Church in prevailing his work, Brecht is telling

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