If Galileo used a telescope to investigate the night sky why did his fellow astronomers not use a telescope also?
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As a scientist, Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) did indeed have much to overcome in his life. The intrinsic difficulties of acquiring knowledge about the world were one formidable barrier that he faced. Yet, he also famously ran up against skepticism and criticism from his fellow scientists and from social authorities, who condemned his view that the sun stood at the center of the universe and in fact had him imprisoned late in his life because of…
Why did church officials and some colleguesd fellow scientist react negatively to new ideas proposed by scientist like Galileo?
Because church people believed that god made the laws of gravity and stuff, so when Galileo said there is stuff outside of the earth in space and that 2 objects would fall at the same pace, the church people took this as an act against god. So they made it illegal to publish "false" books about science....even though Galileo was right. And then they tortured him forced to say his scientific views were false. Even…
There is no pronoun is the phrase 'a barren spirited fellow'. Example sentences for this phrase: He was a barren spirited fellow. The pronoun he is replacing the noun that 'fellow' is representing. A barren spirited fellow would be the one who did this. The indefinite pronoun 'one' replaces an unknown person, the antecedent 'barren spirited fellow'.
FACS is an acronym for Fellow of the American College of Surgeons Fellow of the American College of Surgeons Fellow American College of Surgeons Fellow of the American College of Surgeons CJ FACS stands for: Fellow, American College of Surgeons. Essentially he/she is a member of that American College of Surgeons. Fellow American College of Surgeons
Yes it is. Colleague means: A fellow member of a profession, staff, academic faculty or other organization; an associate. So substituting the definition for the work colleague in "fellow colleague" gives you: "fellow fellow member of a profession, staff, academic faculty or other organization; an associate".
Informal a man or boy. "he was an extremely obliging fellow" synonyms: man, boy; More person, individual, soul; informalguy, character, chap, dude, hombre; "he's a decent sort of fellow" 2. A boyfriend or lover. "has she got a fellow? 3. A member of an academic institution 'She was a fellow of a Cambridge college'.