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PostSubject: Microscopes and the Scientific Revolution (MRO)   Tue Jun 29, 2010 3:08 pm

Watch the videos in the 2nd Medio page; The Worlds Largest Microscope and The Scientific Revolution.

In 150 words or less state whether you think the following statement is true or false and explain why,

¨The invention of the microscope was the most important development during the scientific revolution in our understanding of life¨

You may have to do further research about the Scientific Revolution on the internet to answer this question. If you do please include references.

DUE DATE: You must answer these questions by the start of your second class during Week 22 (16/8/10) Razz



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PostSubject: Re: Microscopes and the Scientific Revolution (MRO)   Wed Oct 13, 2010 9:47 pm

maybie the invention of the microscpo was ONE of the most important development during the scientific revolution in our understanding of life but not the only one. it is true that it hepled us to discover a whole new word and decoy what its behind it. it helped us to see in details every little object, the first cell and because of that, the oportunity to descover that there was life in every little peace of the world. and it is pretty obvious that the microsocpe is the one that will take us to discover a world behind another one and the wonderfull beauties each one has.
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PostSubject: Re: Microscopes and the Scientific Revolution (MRO)   Tue Oct 19, 2010 10:07 pm

In my personal opinion I belive this fact its absolutley true because it was a exelent invetion, they discovered a new world that can´t even be seen by a human eye. This invention opened to unimaginable ideas and thoughts to human civilization and also helped us to understand better our body and how it works. I find this awsome because they revolutionated science that help to discover al types of theories and ideas that now a day are very important and vital for the understanding of many things and the discovery of incredible things such as the discovery of viruses that damage our body and thanks to that me can create medicines etc. It was a incredible discovery but maybe it wasn`t the only important dicovery in time. In conclusion this fact helped alot to open wider our minds to new unbelievable discoveries, ideas and thats really fascinating!

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