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RE: Enlightenment and Industrial Revolution Sara Wright 8/1/2015 11:48:11 PM People like Galileo were very crucial in the enlightenment period and helping with evolving their minds. Society before this was based around religion. RE: Enlightenment and Industrial Dale Fritz 8/2/2015 5:44:52 PM
8/7/15, 1:38 PM Topic Print View Page 7 of 24 and Industrial Revolution Dale Fritz PM I agree Sara. Because of people like Galileo and their willingness to question what they were taught, the sacrifices they made, and the intelligence they had were able to bring society further than it would be if they didn't question what society thought back then. I can only imagine what life would be like without the enlightenment period. RE: Enlightenment and Industrial Revolution Professor Clarke-Peterson 8/2/2015 8:09:07 PM Incidentally, you will all be happy to hear that in 1992, the Church issued a declaration stating regret over its mistake in this situation and rescinding its pronouncement that Galileo was a heretic. RE: Enlightenment and Industrial Revolution Sankum Landry Marcel Some 8/2/2015 8:18:24 PM I believe this conflict itself goes back to the root conflict that humans simply do not like change. I am in no way saying that we are unable to change or to adapt to new things but ,as some classmates already mentioned, it also means that we must first accept the fact that we were wrong. Which is another thing that we humans do not like doing too often. London David VanBeuge 7/27/2015 12:47:23 PM The main thing that the people of London learned was that there was a fault in their development of buildings. Their buildings were linked very close together this helped the fire spread and the main flaw was the use of wood. The wood helped the fire breath and made it harder to put out and easier to spread. The English learned from this and decided to use clay instead which brought about a change in their architectural development. RE: London Salvador Cruz 7/28/2015 11:35:25 AM I feel that when one thing goes horribly wrong the others may learn from this and solve it with another bright ideas. Such as them using wood and it caught fire and it spread the English might take that error and find a good way to solve it which in this case they used clay.
8/7/15, 1:38 PM Topic Print View Page 8 of 24 RE: London David VanBeuge 7/29/2015 10:54:23 AM Salvador, When something does go horribly wrong it can spur great thinking and the need for change or improvements. In the case of the fires destroying nearly all of London it allowed for Christopher Wren to step up and reconstruct the city. One of the major things that he improved besides the materials that were used in the construction of the buildings were the distances in-between them,14 feet to be exact. Another huge improvement to the city was the installation of the sewage systems.

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