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 Form 2 History and Government Development of Industries Online Video Lessons

Individual inventions in science during scientific revolution.

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Individual inventions in science during scientific revolution.
1564 – 1642: Galileo Galilei. In 1609 the Italian
Mathematician invented the telescope and observed the universe.
1571 – 1630: Johannes Kepler. Used Brahe's data to confirm that the sun was the center of the universe and the earth and other planets revolved around it.
1642 – 1727: Sir Isaac Newton. He explained theories of motion and inertia with the force of gravity.
1743 - 1794: Antoine Lavoisier, a Frenchman. He showed that air was made of hydrogen and oxygen elements.
1766 -1844: John Dalton, an English Teacher. He was the founder of modern chemistry and is famous for the atomic theory “all matter is made up of tiny particles called atoms”.
1791 – 1867: Michael Faraday. He created the electric motor, and developed an understanding of electromagnetic induction.
1837: John Deere: He developed and manufactured the first commercially successful cast-steel plough.