the scientific revolution

  • Nov 12, 1222

    a school of law where many famous atronomers tought

    University of Padua
  • Period: Nov 8, 1400 to

    in the 17th century

  • Jan 1, 1543

    outlines the herlicentric theory

    Nicolas Copernicus pulished De Revolutionibus orbium Calestium
  • Nov 13, 1543

    wrote the book called On the Structure of Human Body

    Vesalius 1543
  • Nov 8, 1572

    A supernova remnant and pulsar wind nebula that was observed by Bevis in the constellation of Taurus

    Tycho Brahe (1546-1601) 1572-73 Crab Nebula
  • Nov 8, 1577

    The Great Comet was a comet thst passed over Europe and was viewed by Tycho Brahe

    1577 new comet
  • Because of the Roman inquisition, he was found to be a heric and burned at the stake for his ideas on the Sun being a star

    1600 Giordano Bruno burnt
  • Three laws describing the orbital motion of planets around the sun

    Three Laws of Planetary Motion
  • an essay on the realtionship with the new discoveries in science and the Bible

    1615 Letter to Grand Duchess of Tuscany
  • thrid law: the suare orbital of the orbital period is directly proportioanl to the cube of the semi-major axis of its orbit

    One of the laws: An equal area of the plane is covered in equal time by planet revolving around the Sun.(or the period of revolution around the Sun is proportional to distance from the Sun.)
  • The work of Francis Bacon that references Aristotle work on the Organon.

    1620 Novum Organum (New Tools)
  • A physician who described system circulation and properites of pumping blood fom the heart

    William Harvey
    1628 On the Movement of the Heart and the Blood
  • Italian book comparing the Capernican system and the traditional Ptolemaic system

    1632 Dialogue on Two World Systems
  • when Galileo came into conflict with the Cotholic church over his ideas

    1633 Galileo banned by the Church
  • written by Rene Descartes is his autobiography and philosophical dessertation that inlcudes the famous line "i think therefor I am"

    1637 Discourse on Method
  • Galileos final work discussing his work over the past thirty years

    1638 Discourse on Two New Sciences
  • the question on wether inductive reasoning leads to the understanding of classical phylosphy

    Theory of Induction c.f. Karl Popper, David Hume
  • microscopic anatomist

    Malpighi and Capillaries 1661
  • he used parallex to estimate tje distance from mars to the earth. His guesses were then used by Isaac Newton to confirm is gravitational law

    1672 Jean Picard and Mars
  • Principia was a book written by Isaac Newton on his laws of motion

    1687 Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica (Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy)
  • first law A body moves in a straight line unless impeded. (Inertia).

    Newton's Three Laws of Motion
  • Every action has equal and opposite reaction

    Newton's Three Laws of Motion
  • Every body attracts every other body with a force proportional to the distance between.

    Newton's Three Laws of Motion
  • a book written by Isaac Newton based on the optics and refractions of light

    Opticks - 1704