What was the name of the scientist who created the theory about gravity?
It was Ptolemy, an ancient Greek scientist, who gave his name to the theory.
Cell theory, theory of relativity, theory of gravity. To name a few.
The chemical element name is Einsteinium.
Newton's Law of gravitation
A German scientist by the name of Alfred Wegner. He proposed the theory, and the idea was revolutionary.
Cell theory is just what its name implies, a theory. As scientists learn more about cells, cell theory will continue to change.
John Dalton.. :))
Sir Isaac Newton
name of scintist of led
That is a very vague question but I would say Darwin who proposed the theory of evolution which conflicted with religious views that God created humans.
scientific method or postulation or a theory
What was the name of the Scientist who explained that gravity keeps the planets in orbit around the sun?
yes the force of gravity is measured in newtons. The name comes the scientist who dscovered it isaac newton. The force of gravity in space is zero and the force of gravity on earth is 9.8 N.
Isaac Newton - Gravity Albert Einstein - The Theroy of relativity Alexander Fleming - Penicillin Galileo Galilei - Telescope, discovered the earth went revolved around the sun Archimedes - Theory of buoyency Louis Pasteur - Harmfull bacteria
The only scientific consensus on "the origin of life" is that it arose of organic molecules. Charles Darwin is often cited for this theory but his theory of evolution only dealt with the changes within existing organisms. There isn't really a single scientist one can name and give credit to for abiogenesis.
What is the name of the scientist who formulated the gravitational theory after an apple fell on his head?
Sir Isaac Newton
They weren't, it was just that he was the first one to give a name to gravity (and subseqently discover the way the planets orbited around the sun, and the moon orbited around the earth), and that catapulted him into the big leagues. He's a thinker, and we know his name because his discovery was one that was very relevant to average people's lives. His work now puts the foundations in alot of studies of… Read More
the theory of your mother's face's friend's brother's dog's flea's aunt's father's god brother's uncle
Did you mean Plate Tectonics Theory? - Plate Tectonics Theory is the combination of Continental Drift and Ocean/Sea Floor Spreading. BTW. The scientist who started it is Howard Baker continued by Alfred Wegener.
Isaac Newton :- The three laws of motion and the theory of universal gravity Johannes Kepler :- Three laws of planetary motion Dmitri Mendeleev :- The periodic table Francesco Maria Grimaldi :- Carefully studied the diffraction of light Marie Curie :- Discovered radioactivity Albert Einstein :- Theories of relativity Charles Darwin :- Credited with developing the theory of evolution
Um... Ptolemy. Hence the name (the adjectival form is usually spelled "Ptolemaic", though). You're more generous than I am if you call him a "scientist," though.
What is the name of the scientist who proved that gravity causes falling objects to accelerate constantly no matter what the mass of the object may be?
Alfred Wegener's full name is "Alfred Lothar Wegener", and he is a German scientist who came up with the theory of Continental Drift.
The person who proposed the Heliocentric theory was Nicolaus Copernicas. The theory was later reinforced by Galileo and Kepler. Nicolaus would have been burned to the stake for publishing his book about the heliocentric theory and heresy.
Tesla was a very important scientist and he said the magnetic field theory. It was a very significant theory and today we all know about the magnetic fields. A pop band has also used this name too.
Neither, The Geocentric theory was created by a student of 'Plato's' by the name of Ptolemy. The Heliocentric theory was by Copernicus.
The great Charles Darwin is most credited with the theory of evolution, but there were many before him that had similar ideas, and many people since have advanced the science of evolution.
What is the name of the theory that states observing nature can disrupt the natural course of things and lead to incorrect data you believe it is named after the scientist who first theorized it?
I believe that theory is called the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle.
The father of space flight is a name given to Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, who was a Soviet rocket scientist. His specialty was astronautic theory.
Well, that's not possible. It is called a theory because it can't be definitively proved. For instance, we know gravity exists, so it is a scientific law, but there is no definite proof for evolution, so it is just a theory.
Actually it was a Jewish scientist who fled the Nazis with a team of scientists and physicists. He name was Robert Oppenheimer.
Were Darwin's hypothesis about natural selection and evoultion similar to the other scientist of his time?
Only one other scientist at the time had the theory of evolution worked out and his name was Alfred Russell Wallace who wrote a book at the same time.
the person that created the modern model of atom was scientist whos name was Dalton
I'm not in Mr. Ellers class I need this for my Sience class-Plate tectonics report
Robert Hooke Anton van Leeuwenhoek Matthias Schleiden Theodor Schwann Rudolph Virchow
Alfred Wegner came up with the idea of continental drift he was a German scientist and his last name is pronounced "vegner"
The most common theory is that they came from Asia when you could cross on foot (forgot the name of the passage) from Russia to Alaska to follow herds of animals (food).
Why do people argue that evolution is just a theory but accept the theory of gravity without question?
The premise of the question is flawed. The questioner is attempting to create an equivalence between one theory and the other, but that equivalence is based on semantics. First of all, there is no single "theory of gravity". There are, in fact, multiple, contradictory theories of gravity. Including: the Aristotelian theory of Gravity, Newton's theory of gravitation, Le Sage's theory of gravitation, Nordstrom's theory of gravitation, Whitehead's theory of gravitation, Einstein's "general relativity theory" (which… Read More
"Frankenstein," which translates from the German as "stone of the Franks," was the family name of the scientist, who was Swiss. (Switzerland's three primary languages are German, French, and Italian.) The Frankenstein "monster" had no actual name.
Dmitri Mendeleev, a Russian chemist, was the first scientist to make a periodic table much like the one we use today.
The name of a scientist that studies sports is called a sports scientist.
His name was Leucippus, a Greek philosopher, and a student named Democritus. They first theorized that there must a a tiny particle that could not be broken down and named this particle after their group. However, it wasn't until after Newton's time that this theory was confirmed because Aristotle's theory of elements kept thwarting them.
Botanist that is the name of a plant scientist