Ch.23 Notecatcher - Notecatcher Ch 23 Miles Humanities...

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Notecatcher, Ch. 23 Miles, Humanities Print this Note Catcher and use it to take notes on the important items you need to remember. I have written key questions & answers to look for as you read, in the “Think about it” column. Remember, writing things down helps us remember them, and you’ll need to be prepared to respond in the reading quizzes to the questions in the left column. Think about it! Notes! What are the 3 parts of the Scientific Revolution (stated in 1 st paragraph), and how does each contribute to the other? 1. The exercise of direct observation and experimentation 2. The reliance on mathematical verification 3. The invention of instruments by which to measure natural phenomena, test hypotheses, and predict the operations of nature What are the names of the earth-centered & sun-centered theories of the universe, and why was it such a big deal to make this paradigm shift? Know not only who proposed
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