JSherReview - Exam2 - Key Inventions and Technologies

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History 175 Hour Exam #2 Review Terms Key Inventions and Technologies Renaissance: 14     th     - 17     th     Century     Printing  c.1439 -Printing Press-Paper-Papermaking  13 th  Century Typography  c.1440 Bottini Machine Plans Human Prosthetics Scientific Revolution: 1543 Structure of Scientific Revolutions -Normal Science -Paradigm (Kuhn) -Anomalies -Revolution -New Paradigm Law of falling bodies (Galileo) “On the Fabrics of the Human Body” By: Vesalius  1543  “New Atlantis” and “Solomon’s House” Bacon -  1627 Boyle’s Vacuum Pump Hooke’s Microscope Astronomy Ptolemy’s Epicycles Copernican System  1543 - Heliostatic not Heliocentric Brahe’s System- Geostatic  and  Heliocentric Kepler’s 3 Laws of Planetary Motion Telescope “Dialogue of the Two Great Systems of the World”  1632 Rene Descartes
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Momentum  Cartesian Plane Start without assumptions
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2008 for the course HIST HIST175 taught by Professor Friedel during the Fall '98 term at Maryland.

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