Galileo's Contributions To Science
Galileo's Contributions To Science PHY 11030-011
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GALILEO’S CONTRIBUTIONS TO SCIENCE ● Science is for everybody ○ not just an elite few who read Latin ○ science involves active experimentation ■ more than a collection of facts and deductions ■ experiment becomes the ultimate authority ● science should “work” everytime ● science is universal ○ applies to both earth and space ○ previously there were separate laws ● science is linked to math ● science makes great progress by simplifying ● science is concerned with “how” ○ we don’t need to know why something happens to study and describe it ● motion is relative to the observer ● geometric reasoning
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