Thesis 5: Due to the happening of the Renaissance, Francis Bacon, an English Philosopher, created the Scientific Method. With this Scientific Method, he created a basis for every experiment and lab exercise that can happen. This was a starter for an evolution in Science, and with this, helps people that are new to Science and the Scientific Revolution know where the basis of experimenting is.
NTK 5- Renaissance Scientific Method- The scientific method is a method which is still used today, it is a systematic procedure for collecting and analyzing evidence; the scientific method was created by Francis Bacon, an English philosopher, who believed that scientist should learn by using inductive reasoning- proceeding from the particular to the general. Bacon wanted this to benefit industry, agriculture, and trade; he believed that this could, "conquer nature in action."
NTK 6: The Renaissance was the beginning of a revolution of knowledge. Instead of Aristotle and very few personel to accomplish scientific achivements, people started to understand Greek and translate the discoveries of Ptolemy, Archimedes, and Plato. With these men now in a readable language for Europe, More people started to go into their catergories and expanded their work greatly and impacted the things we have today.
Thesis 4: As the Protestant Reformation created the Renaissance, Chemistry and Science advanced. Robert Boyle and Antoine Lavoisier advanced Chemistry by creating the Boyle law and creating a system for elements that both are used today and if not for them, we would not have looked into Chemistry again without this kind of jumpstart
NTK 4- Renaissance advances in chemistry- Robert Boyle, one of the first scientist to conducted controlled experiments in chemistry, created Boyle's law: The volume of a gas varies with the pressure exerted on it. Another great scientist of this time was Antoine Lavoisier, (picture is shown above) who invented a system for naming chemical elements; this system is still used today, and he is even referred to by some as "the founder of modern chemistry."
Thesis 3: With the Protestant Reformation creating the Renaissance, new biological and anatomy discovers were made by Andreas Vesalius and William Harvey. They discovered about how the human body actually worked, that the human heart is the one that pumps all the blood, and with these basis facts down, both of them started a revolution in medicine for later years and even now. (JAC)
Thesis 2: As the Protestant Reformation gave birth to the Renaissance, Isaac Newton advanced in mathematics and laws of motion. With these, we were able to discover what truly is "motion" and the universal law of gravitation. The law presented gravity, which wasn't highlighted in that time, and showed why all motion happened in the universe. (JAC)
NTK 3- Renaissance advances in medicine- Andreas Vesalius and William Harvey dissected human bodies to add to the understanding of human anatomy. Andreas Vesalius described the generic structure of the human body and the individual organs. William Harvey showed that the heart was the start of blood circulation and that blood makes a complete circuit through the body.
Thesis 1: The Renaissance and Protestant Reformation shaped the Astrological advances from Galileo and Johannes because at the start of the Protestant Reformation, the printing press became popular, chaos in the P.R., and E.R.E. falling. The Renaissance showed new questions for astronomers like Galileo and Johannes that needed to be answered. Without these questions, the answers could not come up and we would be in a world where our planet was the center of our galaxy and universe. (JAC)
Newton's Universal Law of Gravitation
NTK 2- Renaissance advancements in science- Isaac Newton created a new picture of the universe, he defined three laws of motion and the universal law of gravitation, which explains why planets keep their orbit around the sun, and states that every object in the universe is attracted to every other object because of the force of gravity.