Galileo Galilei's Role In The Renaissance

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Galileo Galilei was born in 15 February 1564 and died in 8 January 1642. He played a significant role in the scientific revolution in Renaissance. He not only linked mathematics, physics and astronomy with the basis of scientific experiments but also expanded these three majors to change the human interpretation on the motion of matter and cosmology. Also, he advocated the heliocentric theory of Copernicus with the great impact of the other people. Moreover, one of his invention was to he built a rigorous system according to the facts and modern techniques which replaced the traditional view of nature. However, his perspective was repudiated by the tribunal, so there was a event displayed that he had to pledge he was a convict and shown his

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