The First Scientists(1-12)

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The First Scientists ( ilk 12 sayfa) William Gilbert and magnetism -17. yy’ın başlarında William Gilbert ve Galileo’yu “scientific method of comparing hypotheses with experiments and observation”larıyla tanıyoruz. -Gilberti ilk scientist olarak saymış (daha önce doğdu demiş) -Gilbert 1544’te önemli bir ailenin çocuğu olarak dünyaya geldi -William had a comfortable place in a settled society and suffered none of the hardships experienced by Kepler -İngilterede Kraliçe elizabeth 1’in personal physicianı seçilmiş. Yani babsı gibi kendisi de saygı gören önemli biri o tarihte -Daha çok nature of magnetism araştırmalarıyla ünlü -Araştırmalarını amatör bir ruhla ve kendi bütçesiyle yapıyor -Magnetisma greek filozoflardan beri gözardı edilmiş De Magnete Magneticisque Corporibus, et de Magno Magnete Tellure (Concerning Magnetism, Magnetic Bodies, and the Great Magnet Earth), usually known simply as De Magnete. Adlı kitap yayınlanmış -It was the first significant work in the physical sciences to be produced in England. -Gilbert's work was comprehensive and thorough. Magnetism hakkında birçok yanlış inancın deneyler yaparak yanlışlıklarını kanıtlıyor (such as the notion that lodestone, a naturally occurring magnetic ore, could cure headaches, and the idea that a magnet could be deactivated by rubbing
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This note was uploaded on 03/16/2012 for the course FENS 101 taught by Professor Selçukerdem during the Fall '12 term at Sabancı University.

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