Karsen Fleischer, History of Science Timeline

Timeline created by Kaarsenn
In History
  • 35,000 BCE

    First Fluent Human language

    First Fluent Human language
    This was the very first ´Language´ known to man kind.
  • 6000 BCE

    First primitive writing based on picture

    First primitive writing based on picture
    Egypt and Mesopotamia had created the very first writing in pictures
  • 2600 BCE

    Era of Greek science based on Philosophy

    Era of Greek science based on Philosophy
    Aristotle and Pythagoras and Plato starting their research and theories on philosophy.
  • 500 BCE

    Aristotle using his knowledge and his senses to create a science method

    Aristotle using his knowledge and his senses to create a science method
    His name is attached to the Socratic method—in which you constantly ask questions so we can steadily break down a big problem into smaller parts, parts they can test hypotheses against. The Socratic method is an example of negative hypothesis elimination, or proving that something is wrong to narrow down the possibilities of what might be right.
  • Period: 326 BCE to 200 BCE

    Ancient India

    Ancient India was more religious and did more for philosophy before the Greeks did it, they were doing it while Greeks were all about mythology. The Indians were super smart and big in science. They had created one of the first languages, and religions.
  • Period: 500 to 1500

    Science in Middle Ages Europe

  • 1098

    Hildegard of Bingen

    Hildegard of Bingen
    She was a writer and She wrote theological, botanical and medicinal texts, as well as letters, liturgical songs, and poems. Hildegard's works include three great volumes of visionary theology; a variety of musical compositions for use in liturgy, as well as the musical morality play Ordo Virtutum; one of the largest bodies of letters. On 7 October 2012, Pope Benedict XVI named her a Doctor of the Church.
  • 1452

    Leonardo Da Vinci

    Leonardo Da Vinci
    Leonardo Da Vinci is a very known Renaissance artist but he is also known for his impact on science today. He made big discoveries for his time and he also create some of the most famous works of art ever.
  • Theory of gravity : Invention of telescope

    Theory of gravity : Invention of telescope
    Newtons Law was discovered
  • Theory of evolution by natural selection

    Theory of evolution by natural selection
    Charles Darwin came up with the theory of evolution in nature. Evolution also happened in real life, Early railways and photography was invented.
  • First powered flight : Theory of special relativity

    First powered flight : Theory of special relativity
    Albert Einstein created the theory of relativity, and the first powered flight happened.
  • First fully electronic computer

    First fully electronic computer
    The first actual electronic computer.
  • Structure of DNA; First human in Earth Orbit

    Structure of DNA; First human in Earth Orbit
    Watson and Crick worked together on studying the structure of DNA, and Gagrin, was the first human to orbit the Earth.
  • The first man on the moon

    The first man on the moon
    The first man (Neil Armstrong)
  • Human genome mapping project ; multiple organ transplants

    Human genome mapping project ; multiple organ transplants
    Laptop computers were invented, communications networks, the internet and artificial intelligence was created.