Labels that best describe the Middle Ages are Age of Faith, Golden Ages, but the Dark Ages is the best. The Dark Ages best describes the Middle ages because of the grim conditions. The Dark ages is best label for the Middle Ages because of the corruption and death that went on. After Rome fell Europe was vulnerable to attacks. Moors, Magyars, and Vikings all invaded.
Robert Oppenheimer was an important American nuclear physicist. In 1939, Robert Oppenheimer wrote a paper, ‘On Continued Gravitational Attraction,’ which predicted the existence of black holes, but his paper lacked sufficient elucidation. In November 1940, Oppenheimer got married to Katherine Peuning Harrison, who was a radical Berkeley student. In May 1941, they had their first child and his name was Peter. Three years later, Oppenheimer had his second child, which was a girl named Katherine, but her nickname was Toni.
"Remember Me" is the first document and this document is basically telling us about Hamlet 's fathers ghost and that Claudius or Hamlet 's uncle had killed Hamlet 's dad for many reasons. Also then Hamlet made a promise to his father 's ghost that he would revenge his death. Also Hamlet had to revenge
Young-earth believes that a Being, also known as God spoke everything into creation. God created our solar system from nothing where nebular hypothesis there needed to be something to create from. Conclusion How old is the earth we live on? Well hopefully whoever reads this will have a better understanding on the two comparison of Nebular Hypothesis (Old-earth secular view) and Six-Day Creation (Young-earth view). One will never know truly how old the earth is because none of us lived during the time of creation of this solar
Archbishop James Ussher and John Lightfoot were the two men who came up with the 6,000 year timeframe based on compilations they had from Genesis genealogies. It was not until the 18th century that scientists of different professions came to a conclusion that the earth was millions of years old. Millions of years was a starch contrast to the 6,000 year conclusion that Ussher and Lightfoot had in dealing with earth’s creation. Feeling like something should be done to uphold Ussher and Lightfoot’s findings, a British preacher and biologist named Philip Gosse proposed a solution between the two conflicting time tables. Gosse proposed the “appearance of age theory” which explained that although the earth appeared to be millions of years old, it was actually only 6,000 years old.
As stated, the soul needed to recognize the body in order to continue on after its death. This was an extensive process that led to the creation of an entire craftsman class. The body was ritually washed, eviscerated, dried, preserved, and wrapped (History). Special substances were used in this process, and valuable items included in the wrappings. Priests acting as the god Anubis performed rituals over the body to make sure it could eat and talk in the underworld (History).
It was used to predict the location of the sun, moon, planets, and stars. The astrolabe was also used to find the direction of Mecca just like the compass and also the times of Salat. The astrolabe could determine the latitude on land. Muhammad Al- Fazari is credited for creating the first astrolabe in the 8th century. Another astronomer Al-Sulfi found one thousand plus uses for the astrolabe.
Medicine in Medieval Europe was basic and mainly based on superstition. During this era, medical knowledge was very low, and very ineffective but it gradually became stronger and built up along the way. Medicine in that time included many herbal remedies as well as poor surgeries and links to astrology. Many of these ideas and beliefs soon developed therefore, growing the knowledge. How and Who Influenced/ Discovered Medicine In the Medieval Era, the medical knowledge from Greece and Rome was replaced by estimation and folklore.
Christians devoted themselves to the church, giving up every aspect of their life for God. People converted to Christianity because of the dark times; a religion made them feel safe in hopes of getting to a better place to escape their hard lives (Doc 10). During the medieval period, an epidemic called the Bubonic Plague killed one-third of Europe's population. The people were so unsanitary that is spread easily, but they blamed it on the Jews alleged revenge plans against them (Doc 6). Conditions in Europe during the 800’s were full of fear and unceasing terror.
Those that view the earth as old believe this rest began at the time of God’s resting at the point of creation and will remain until Jesus Christ returns to earth the second time. Lastly, they believe that the earth is 4.5 billion years old. They think this because that is how far we can see into space and how far away is the farthest star we can see in the atmosphere There are a few similarities found between the young earth creationists and the old earth creationists that must be taken into account. First of all, both agree that God the Father created the earth in some form and time period of six days. Secondly, each creationist’s view faith and science as a peaceful co-existence in order to not cause any disturbance amongst the God of creation.
Galileo says that he would feel better coming out with his ideas if the idea was more populrized in a positive way. According to document 6, Galileo was an inventor. Even if he didn’t invent the first ever telescope, he invented a very updated version of it. When looking through his invention, he saw that the moon wasn’t smooth and has sunspots which supportted and extened the heliocentric