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  • Period: Jan 1, 1500 to

    genuwynefreeman/science revolution

  • Jan 1, 1501

    1543 heliocentric model copernicus

    1543 heliocentric model copernicus
    he is considered to be the first work of the science and the foundation of modern biology. In it, Vesalius makes unprecedented studeyed about the structure of the human body.
  • Jan 1, 1543

    1543: Nicolas Copernicus

    1543: Nicolas Copernicus
    Copernicus and' his masterwork he sets out the heliocentric theory.
  • Jan 1, 1548

    1584: Giordano Bruno

    1584: Giordano Bruno
    The renegade Italian monk unfolds his philosophy, the centerpiece of which is the contention that the universe is infinitely big, and that the Earth is by no means at the middle. For the expression of his thoughts, Bruno is burned at the stake as the heretic.
  • 1591: Galileo Galilei

    Galileo demonstrates from the top of the leaning tower of Pisa, that a one- pound weight and a one hundred-pound weight, dropped at the same time they will both hit the ground at the same moment exact time as the other figure refuting the contention of the Aristotelian system that the rate of fall of an object is dependent upon its weight.
  • 1591: Francois Viete

    Viete's invention has become better to study of physics and astronomy.
  • 1610: Galileo

    Galileo's 24-page booklet describes his telescopic discovery of the moon's surface, and of Jupiter's moons, making the Church more harder. The Inquisition soon warns Galileo to desist from spreading his theoryis.