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5 People of the Scientific Revoulution 

Nicolaus Copernicus

He was a mathematician and astronomer during 1473-1543. It was a time of artistic and scientific innovation called the Renaissance. His model of the universe as revolving around the sun, called the heliocentric theory, challenged the existing view of Earth as the center of the universe

He was born on February 19, 1473 and died on May 24, 1543

"To know that we know what we know, and to know that we do not know what we do not know, that is true knowledge."

Blaise Pascal

"In faith there is enough light for those who want to believe and enough shadows to blind those who don't"

Smartest and most revered inventors of the world. He was a French inventor, physicist, Christian philosopher, and mathematician. During his time and probably until now. Many people call him as a “child prodigy” due to his impressive knowledge and skill

Born on June 19, 1623 and died on August 19, 1662 in Paris, France

Robert Hooke

Roberty Hooke made a total of 9 books during his time. His most popular book is "Microgarphia"

Robert was known as an architect, natural philosopher and brilliant scientist, his law of elasticity, the (Hookes Law) took part in his popular book Micrographia, published in 1665 for first applying the word "cell" to describe the basic unit of life.

John Wallis

an english mathematician that contributed substantially origins of the calculus and was the most influential english mathematician before Isaac Newton! 

“Whereas Nature does not admit of more than three dimensions ... it may justly seem very improper to talk of a solid ... drawn into a fourth, fifth, sixth, or further dimension.”

Wallis was born on Nov. 23, 1616 Ashford, Kent, Eng. and died on Oct. 28, 1703 Oxford, Oxfordshire

William Harvey

"All we know is still infinitely less than all that remains unknown"

both a physician and a remarkable natural historian. His great achievement was the demonstration of the circulation of the blood, a discovery which replaced centuries of theory and speculation with knowledge firmly based on accurate observation and experiment.

Harvey published about 8 or more books during his time. Some of them are actually avaliable in the liabaries.