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PostSubject: Microscopes and the Scientific Revolution (NFR)   Tue Jun 29, 2010 3:10 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: oliver mayne-nicholls   Wed Aug 25, 2010 9:33 pm

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

No is not the most important development during the scientific revolution in our understanding of life but it help us to make a better understanding of the cells and the chromosomes. It help us realize the difference between the plant and animal cell and the similarity. Btu the telescope was more helpfull to understand that the sun one on the center of the world not the earth. That was one of the important development during the scientific revolution in our lifes.

The development of the telescope help us to watch better the tissues cells and in a way you can say that very important for example they before thought that the specimen had the shape of a human. we could proof that wrong with the new tecnology invented.

So in conclusion we could say that it wasn´t the most important development during the scientific revolution but is defintley on the top five of them following the telescope and some more.
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