Johannes Kepler (December 27, 1571 – November 15, 1630) was a German mathematician, astronomer and astrologer.
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'The first principle of the soul is Will. And for that reason, man is and always remains free.' Johannes Kepler.
"Nature uses as little as possible of anything." - Johannes Kepler .
"I am now thinking Thy thought after Thee;" Johannes Kepler giving thanks to the Almighty for revealing the motion of the planets
"Where there is matter, there is geometry" - Johannes Kepler
the Tellurium Johannes Kepler rotates the Earth as seen from above the North Pole.
History of Optometry Roger Bacon first mentions lenses as useful for those with weakness of sight. • 1286 Approximate date of invention of spectacles in northern Italy by unknown artisan. • 1604 Johannes Kepler describes the function of the retina and demonstrates that concave lenses correct myopia and convex lenses correct hyperopia. • 1621 Willebrord Snell discovers the law of refraction. • 1623 First book on optometric principles, The Use of Eyeglasses, published in Spain by Daza de Valdes. • 1629 King Charles I grants a royal charter to the Worshipful Company of Spectacle Makers, London. • 1783 John McAllister, Sr. opens first U.S. shop for optometric services, Philadelphia. By 1816 John McAllister & Son was making gold and silver spectacles in a family business that survived until early 20th century. • 1784 Benjamin Franklin invents a split bifocal lens for spectacles. • 1798 John Dalton describes color blindness. • 1801 Thomas Young discovers astigmatism and is first to map the nor ...
Johannes Kepler worked out the laws of planetary motion.
Another early candidate is Johannes Kepler’s Somnium. As the title suggests, it is very much a dream narrative, and it has fantasy ...
Johannes Kepler was a genius! I wonder what he would say if he knew there were telescopes and exoplanet a named after him!
Johannes Kepler, a disciple of the great Danish astronomer, Tycho Brahe, built upon the data his mentor had...
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Johannes Kepler, one of the worlds great mathematicians, decided to marry in 1611
Good means being willing to admit you're wrong. Case in point - Johannes Kepler.
Johannes Kepler is crying in his grave rn
Laws of the Universe. - 2 In part 2 of the equation series. How Newton united physics and astronomy, and brought us face to face with one of the most mysterious and terrifying objects in the Universe. Mutual Attraction Medieval astronomy was dominated by the writings of Aristotle. Aristotle divided motion into earthly lines and heavenly circles, so the planets must surely move about us in perfect circles. Astronomers soon learned this wasn’t true, but the physics of Aristotle was so deeply rooted in the minds of scholars that astronomers imposed circular motion upon the heavens for a thousand years. When a single circle could not describe the motion of a planet, they placed circles upon circles (known as epicycles), each rotating just so, to match a planet’s motion. As more precise measurements of the planets were made, more epicycles were needed. Then in the early seventeenth century Johannes Kepler published three simple rules that described the motion of the planets. They are now known as Kepl ...
There are two books laid before us to study, to prevent our falling into error: first, the volume of the Scriptures, which reveal the will of God; then the volume of the Creatures, which express His power. -Francis Bacon, Scientific Method Atheism is so senseless. When I look at the solar system, I see the earth at the right distance from the sun to receive the proper amounts of heat and light. This did not happen by chance. -Isaac Newton, Physics, Mathematics Atheism is so senseless & odious to mankind that it never had many professors. -Isaac Newton O God, I am thinking Thy thoughts after Thee. -Johannes Kepler, Astronomy The more I study nature, the more I stand amazed at the work of the Creator. -Louis Pasteur, Medicine Finite man cannot begin to comprehend an omnipresent, omniscient, omnipotent, and infinite God … I find it best to accept God through faith, as an intelligent will, perfect in goodness and wisdom, revealing Himself through His creation. -Werner Von Braun, Rocket Science The conduct o ...
Without exception, the response to the Post-Gutenberg Revolution, by traditional publishers and the major chain bookstores, as well as most of the independents, has been to cry foul and seek ways to circle the wagons, attempting to close off all the more to the change that they are indisputably incapable of controlling. I believe the only thing that will work is to open the front door to writers like these self-publishers: Mark Twain, James Fenimore Cooper, Walt Whitman, William Blake, John Milton, Henry Adams, Ezra Pound, e. e. cummings, Edgar Allan Poe, James Joyce, D. H. Lawrence, Gertrude Stein, Anais Nin, Carl Sandburg, Stephen Crane, Laurence Sterne, Thomas Paine, William Wordsworth, Jane Austen, John Ruskin, George Bernard Shaw, Rudyard Kipling, Thomas Hardy, A.E. Housman, Oscar Wilde, Virginia Woolf, Benjamin Franklin, Henry David Thoreau, Michel de Montaigne, Friedrich Nietzsche, Johannes Kepler, Alexandre Dumas, Derek Walcott, Upton Sinclair, W. E. B. DuBois, Edwin Arlington Robinson, and Robert ...
The Man Who Unlocked the Secrets of the Solar System BY AWAKE! WRITER IN GERMANY SIXTEENTH-CENTURY Europeans regarded comets with awe. So when a comet made famous by Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe was visible in the night sky, Katharina Kepler got her six-year-old son, Johannes, out of bed to see it. Over 20 years later, when Brahe died, whom did Emperor Rudolf II appoint to replace him as imperial mathematician? At 29 years of age, Johannes Kepler became the imperial mathematician to the Holy Roman Emperor, a position he held for the rest of his life. Mathematics is not the only science in which Kepler is held in high esteem. He distinguished himself in the fields of optics and astronomy. Kepler, small in stature, had an astonishing intellect and also a resolute character. He suffered discrimination when he would not convert to Roman Catholicism, even under great pressure. Mathematical Genius Johannes Kepler was born in 1571 in Weil der Stadt, a small town on the edge of the German Black Forest. The famil ...
"Horoscopes is Not of God," but in bible days the stars and the moon were used to establish "time " as we know it today ,for finding directions, navigation on the high seas,naming seasons and also to determine the Jewish festivals (Passover) ,Yom Kippur(The most important Jewish holiday) etc. In bible times Astrology was Used by man to determine "time ".Its Astronomy that has to do with the Studying of the universe,and "Stars " like we know it in horoscopes today. A long time ago, astronomy and astrology were the same. People studied the motions of the planets and hoped to used them to predict not only the behavior of the heavens, but also wars, natural disasters, the rise and fall of kings, and other earthly matters. However, around the time of Johannes Kepler, Galileo Galilei and Isaac Newton, astronomers came to realize that astrology was basically bunk. From that time on, the primary job of an astronomer was to use physics to understand what was going on in the sky. I hope that cleared up any controve ...
Watching COSMOS tonight, I had 2 great realizations. The first: it seems like a lot of great Scientific minds in history were devout Christians. Charles Darwin, Michael Faraday, Nicholas Copernicus, Johannes Kepler, Galileo Galilei, Rene Descartes, Sir Isaac Newton, Gregor Mendel (was a monk). I make this observation only to *** off right-wingers who make a big deal out of hating Science by saying it's "Godless". The second realization: why right-wingers hate Science so much. I'll deliver that essay later.
Happy Birthday Universe! According to Johannes Kepler, the universe was created on this day in 4977 B.C. A not so awesome theory from one of the greatest minds that ever lived. Why we remember him: Mathematician and astronomer Johannes Kepler, considered a founder of modern science. Kepler is best known for his theories explaining the motion of planets. Kepler was born on December 27, 1571, in Weil der Stadt, Germany. As a university student, he studied the Polish astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus' theories of planetary ordering. Copernicus (1473-1543) believed that the sun, not the earth, was the center of the solar system, a theory that contradicted the prevailing view of the era that the sun revolved around the earth. In 1600, Kepler went to Prague to work for Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe, the imperial mathematician to Rudolf II, emperor of the Holy Roman Empire. Kepler's main project was to investigate the orbit of Mars. When Brahe died the following year, Kepler took over his job and inherited Brahe's ...
WOW...The Ultimate Message! (Read carefully if you have time) - "In 1514 A.D. Copernicus had the idea that the sun was stationary at the center and the earth and the planet moved in circular orbits around the sun. Nearly a century passed before the idea was taken seriously, when Johannes Kepler and Galileo Galilei started publicly to support it. It was the death blow to the Ptolemy model according to which the earth stood at the center surrounded by the moon, sun, stars and five planets. In 1929 Hubble observations showed that the sun is also rotating around the galaxy." - A Brief History of Time (Stephen Hawking) - Quran in around 600 A.D. : "He has subjected the sun and the moon (to continue going round)! Each running (its course) for a term appointed." - Surah Ar-Raad (Verse 2) - "Before the 20th century, no one had suggested that the universe was expanding or contracting. Even those who realized that Newton's theory of gravity (1687) showed that the universe could not be static did not think to sugges ...
List of Famous Scientists in History Charles Darwin (1564 - 1642) "On the origin of species by means of natural selection" is Darwin's famous book published in 1859. Johannes Kepler (1571 - 1630) Kepler compiled the Mars data which enabled him to propose the "Three Laws of Planetary Motion". Louis Pasteur (1822 - 1895) Some of his works are: separation of mirror image molecules and effect of polarized light, and identification of the parasite that was killing silkworms.
Certainly Johannes Kepler felt that way, it's just that he didn't let his religion get in the way of doing his science.
"The five petalled rose pattern traced over eight years in the skies above earth by our nearest neighbor, Venus, depicted 400 years ago by the German astronomer, Johannes Kepler. It is the source of the familiar five pointed star found in many natural forms and in the world’s sacred architecture." from Harmony: A New Way of Looking at Our World
The satellite probe that found the planet is called Kepler, named after the astronomer Johannes Kepler - As is our Kepler!!
It's named after Johannes Kepler so it's kinda appropriate really...
Johannes Kepler was a German mathematician & astrologer. 17th century scientific revolutionary best known laws of planetary motion
Kinda cool that I'm learning about Johannes Kepler in Intro to Astronomy right now & revealed a habitable planet. (:
Wikipedia Reference Johannes Kepler Johannes Kepler (German: [ˈkʰɛplɐ]; December 27, 1571 – November 15, 1630) was a German mathematician, astronomer, and astrologer. A key figure in the 17th century scientific revolution, he is best known for his laws of planetary motion, based on his works Astronomia nova, Harmonices Mundi, and Epitome of Copernican Astronomy. These works also provided one of the foundations for Isaac Newton's theory of universal gravitation. During his career, Kepler was a mathematics teacher at a seminary school in Graz, Austria, where he became an associate of Prince Hans Ulrich von Eggenberg. Later he became an assistant to astronomer Tycho Brahe, and eventually the imperial mathematician to Emperor Rudolf II and his two successors Matthias and Ferdinand II. He was also a mathematics teacher in Linz, Austria, and an adviser to General Wallenstein. Additionally, he did fundamental work in the field of optics, invented an improved version of the refracting telescope (the Kepleri ...
"When he (Johannes Kepler) found that his long cherished beliefs did not agree with the most careful observations, he accepted the uncomfortable facts. He preferred the hard truth to his dearest delusions. That is the heart of science." Carl Sagan (American astronomer, astrophysicist, cosmologist, author and science communicator)
Germanys CO2 from electric power generation has gone up They need just like France & Sweden
What the IPCC, a science organization, can learn from Johannes Kepler, scientist, about really reducing CO2:
IPCC, meet Johannes Kepler: like you, he faced dogma, peer ...
The emotional pain experienced after a break up can literally cause damage to the human heart. -Johannes Kepler
I wonder if my middle school project on Johannes Kepler and the Golden Mean and Fibbonacci number was subconsciously the beginning .
Three important works of Johannes Kepler returned to Stralsund City Library from New York – Germany-North Blog
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'I much prefer the sharpest criticism of a single intelligent man to the thoughtless approval of the masses' (Johannes Kepler)
Johannes Kepler and the New Astronomy (Oxford Portraits in Science): Johannes Kepler and the New Astronomy...
Wow! While one recent writer to the newspaper portrayed believers in God as ignorant fools, he sure made a lot of ignorant statements for all to see. It appears that the writer was a graduate of what has become our governments premier brainwashing systems called public education. Let me shed a little truth on the ridiculous assumption that "religion and science can't exist in the same realm of probability." While all of these famous scientists were not Christian, they all believed in a Creator: Nicholas Copernicus was the Polish astronomer who put forward the first mathematically based system of planets going around the sun and was also a devout Christian (so much for the claim that we teach that the sun goes around the earth); Sir Francis Bacon was a philosopher who is known for establishing the scientific method of inquiry based on experimentation and inductive reasoning. He rejected atheism as being the product of shallow philosophy; Johannes Kepler was a brilliant mathematician and astronomer. H ...
Who was the first to predict a transit of Mercury? (a)Galileo Galilei (b) Johannes Kepler (c)Aristatole (d)Johannes Hevelius
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"Equipped with five senses, man explores the universe around him and calls the adventure science." -Edward Hubble (May, 1929) "Philosophy is written in this grand book --I mean the universe which stands continually open to our gaze, but the book cannot be understood unless one first learns to comprehend the language and the characters in which it is written. It is written in the language of mathematics, and its characters are triangles, circles, and other geometrical figures, without which it is humanly impossible to understand a single word of it; without these, one is wandering around in a dark labyrinth." --Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) "Geometry supplied God with a model for the creation of the world. Geometry was implanted into human nature along with God's image and not through man's visual perception and experience." --Johannes Kepler (1571-1630)
"Silenced Voices" by Ethan G. (Grade 9) On February 14, 1989, the spiritual leader of Iran called on all devout Muslims to kill Salman Rushdie because of references to the prophet Mohammed in his novel The Satanic Verses. In response, thousands of people worldwide showed their solidarity by wearing "I am Salman Rushdie" buttons. Rushdie went into hiding until 1998, emerging only when the order was lifted. In a world without the freedom to read, I am Salman Rushdie. I am 460 Confucian scholars who were suffocated to death so that recorded history would begin with the reign of Emperor Shih Huang Ti. I am Martin Luther whose Ninety-Five Theses was burned, but not before it set the stage for the Protestant Reformation. I am Galileo Galilei, Nicolaus Copernicus, Johannes Kepler, John Stuart Mill, Jean-Jacques Rousseau and David Hume, whose masterpieces of science and philosophy, though critical to the development of Western Civilization, were prohibited by the Catholic Church and listed in the Index Librorum P ...
Galileo, Hubble and the Triumph of Science Two mathematicians, Rene Descartes (1596-1650) and Johannes Kepler (1571-1630) helped the cause with their advancements in the quantitative fields of analysis. Descartes created algebraic geometry and co-authored the sine law of refraction. And while Kepler was busy keeping ahead of the ubiquitous religious tyrants of his day he nevertheless still found the time to develop the laws of planetary motion that proved the orbits of the planets were elliptical not circular. Scientists now had a substantial repertoire of mathematical armaments that they could use to develop physics and further their understanding of our natural world. Sir Isaac Newton (1643 – 1727), regarded by many to be the most brilliant primate to ever walk the planet, successfully tied together the work of his predecessors and for good measure invented calculus as the zenith in this evolving chain of scientific discovery. The publication of Copernicus’ disobedient heliocentric ideas very near . ...
I am proud of myself, and others, including some of the more famous people that I inspired and influenced: Vincenzo Viviani, Pierre Gassendi, Johannes Kepler, Evangelista Torricelli, Italo Calvino, Arthur Van Hoff and Thomas Hobbes.
So you keep your crazy parting living free styled nights. I'll start that work ethic in my early 20's!. At age 20: Bill Gates dropped out of Harvard and cofounded Microsoft, and Sir Isaac Newton began developing a new branch of mathematics. At age 21: Thomas Alva Edison created his first invention, an electric vote recorder, Steve Jobs co-founded Apple Inc., and Alfred Tennyson published his first poetry. At age 22: Inventor Samuel Colt patented the Colt six-shooter revolver, and Cyrus Hall McCormick invented the McCormick reaper, which allowed one man to do the work of five At age 23: T. S. Eliot wrote “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock,” John Keats penned “Ode on a Grecian Urn,” and Truman Capote published his first novel, Other Voices, Other Rooms. At age 24: Johannes Kepler defended the Copernican theory and described the structure of the solar system. At age 25: Orson Welles conscripted, directed, and starred in Citizen Kane, Charles Lindbergh became the first person to fly alone across the ...
Historical Events on 4th February ◀ Jan February Mar ▶ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 All Events Birthdays Weddings Deaths Events 1 - 196 of 196 211 - Roman Emperor Septimius Severus dies, leaving the Roman Empire in the hands of his two quarrelsome sons, Caracalla and Geta. 960 - The coronation of Zhao Kuangyin as Emperor Taizu of Song, initiating the Song Dynasty period of China that would last more than three centuries. 1194 - 100,000 ransom is paid for Richard I, King of England 1454 - In the Thirteen Years' War, the Secret Council of the Prussian Confederation sends a formal act of disobedience to the Grand Master. 1508 - Maximilian I assumes imperial title without being crowned 1586 - Robert Dudley, earl of Leicester, becomes governor-general by the States General of the United Provinces (Netherlands) 1600 - Tycho Brahe & Johannes Kepler meet for first time near Prague 1620 - Prince Bethlen Gabor signs peace with emperor Ferdinand II 1657 - Oliver C ...
Darkness at Night: Olbers’ Paradox One of the most basic and important observations of cosmology is that the sky is dark at night. This is true when we observe the sky ourselves on a dark night, and it remains true when one considers the most sensitive optical images of the Universe ever made by the Hubble Space Telescope. There is “black space” between the galaxies. Scientists such as Johannes Kepler (in about 1610) and Edmund Halley (in the 1700’s) realized the importance of this observation quite early. The German astronomer Heinrich Olbers popularized this issue around 1826, and it has come to be known as Olbers’ paradox (even though Olbers did not make major progress in resolving the paradox). Why is the sky dark at night? To understand why this is a deeply profound question, let’s consider the case of a universe that is infinitely large, infinitely old, and uniformly filled with stars. In such a universe, one’s line of sight in any direction should always intersect a star’s surface e ...
First Super Nova visible (with binoculars) since the days of Johannes Kepler coming very soon! Found by students.
-Johannes Kepler's laws of planetary motion to observations of the Moon and Venus.
JOHANNES KEPLER (1571-1630), founder of Physical Astronomy and Modern Optics
Johannes Kepler wrote one of the first works of science fiction, intended to explain and popularize science. It was called the 'Somnium'.
“For example, it’s worth considering whether Johannes Kepler and Galileo Galilei would have been…” —
I am a Lutheran I throw away the nonsense and keep the hard kernel. . ― Johannes Kepler
Nvidia named the architecture after him. JOHANNES KEPLER, a German mathematician and occasional mystic,
"The Somnium", a sci-fi novel from 1608, written by Johannes Kepler.
A Quote from Johannes Kepler ; Science is the process of thinking Gods thoughts after him. Born 1571 Died 1630, He was a Mathmetician and Astronomer.
Johannes Kepler: "Where there is matter, there is geometry."
Nicholaus Copernicus - Heliocentric (On the revolution of heavenly bodies). Johannes Kepler - Laws of planetary motion . Galileo - Pendulum
An international team of astronomers used ALMA to observe the glowing remains of Supernova 1987A, which is in the Large Magellanic Cloud, a dwarf galaxy orbiting the Milky Way about 160 000 light‐years from Earth. SN 1987A is the closest observed supernova explosion since Johannes Kepler's observation of a supernova inside the Milky Way in 1604.
all investigations of the external world should be to discover the rational order& harmony which has been imposed...by God -Johannes Kepler
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Johannes Kepler Biography 1571 - 1630 Johannes Kepler was a German astronomer and mathematician. Kepler played an ...
Johannes Kepler. First to correctly explain planetary motion, thereby, becoming founder of celestial mechanics and the first "natural laws" in the modern sense; being universal, verifiable, precise. The First Law: Planets move in ellipses with the Sun at one focus The Second Law: The radius vector describes equal areas in equal times The Third Law. The squares of the periodic times are to each other as the cubes of the mean distances
Johannes Kepler: (15711630). The Renaissance astronomer and astrologer Johannes Kepler is best known for his discovery that the orbits in which the Earth and the other planets of the solar system travel around the Sun are elliptical, or oval, in shape. He was also the first to explain correctly how…
Happy 442nd birthday to Johannes Kepler, the astronomer Kepler Mission is named after
Happy birthday, Louis Pasteur! Happy birthday, Johannes Kepler! Hope you both have a great day, and thank you.
Happy 442nd Birthday, Johannes Kepler. Your law of planetary motion has a great influence.
Happy birthday, Johannes Kepler He was a mathematician and an astronomer. He is regarded as one of the most important astronomers of the 17th century.
Johannes Kepler published his first two laws in 1609, having found them by analyzing the astronomical observations of Tycho Brahe. Kepler's third law was published in 1619.
"The diversity of the phenomena of nature is so great, and the treasures hidden in the heavens so rich, precisely in order that the human mind shall never be lacking in fresh nourishment." -- Johannes Kepler, born on this day in 1571
Beautiful diagram by Mathematician and Astronomer Johannes Kepler, born December 27, 1571, on the geocentric motions of Mars »
Celebrating the birth of Johannes Kepler, I took out his biographies and my copy of Astronomia Nova. I was leafing through "Kepler's Witch" when I noticed that the foreward was written by my dear colleague, Dave Koch. What a nice surprise that was. We miss you, Dave.
Johannes Kepler, he was a clever fellow.
Friday, December 27, 2013, the 361st day of the year. Today is Constitution Day in North Korea. Today is Notary Public Day in Iran. Events Which Occurred on This Date in History: 537 AD: The Byzantine Empire's "Hagia Sophia" is completed in Constantinople. It was the world's largest cathedral for nearly a thousand years. 1512: King Ferdinand II of Spain issued the Royal Decree, the "Laws of Burgos", which governed the conduct of Spanish settlers with native Indians in the New World. 1571: Johannes Kepler, German astronomer, was born. 1610: French explorer of Canada Samuel de Champlain, at 40 years old, married the 12 year old daughter of a wealthy secretary to King Louis XIII. 1703: Portugal and England signed the Mathien Treaty, which gave preference to Portuguese wines in England. 1822: Louis Pasteur, French chemist and microbiologist whose discoveries would save millions, was born. 1831: Charles Darwin embarked on the H.M.S. Beagle on his five year around the world voyage of discovery from whic ...
Happy birthday to Johannes Kepler. (442 years old)
1. Newton's laws of Motion 2. Newton's law of Universal Gravitation 3. Invention of first practical Reflecting Telescope 4. Theory of colors based on dispersion by Prism\ 5. Newton's law of Cooling 6. Newton's method of determination of speed of sound ( Even though it was found to be having errors, Newton laid the foundation to the idea) 7. Development of Calculus 8.Study of Power Series 9. Generalization of the binomial theorem to non-integer exponents 10. Newton's method for approximating the roots of a function. 11. Contributions in alchemy and biblical chronology 12. Tying the laws of motion to the work Johannes Kepler and his Laws of Planetary motion, he established classic mechanics the beginning of modern Physics. 13. Mathematical proof of the Heliocentric Model first proposed by Nicholas Copernicus 14. Newton's ring experiment 15. Newton's Corpuscular theory of light 16. Newton's idea regarding the evolution of universe P.S. In the end, when we look at Newton’s discoveries we must realize that w ...
Johannes Kepler used mathematics to calculate the path of the planets.
Johannes Kepler, the German astronomer who swept away the geocentric view of the universe with his laws of planetary motion, has been featured in a Google Doodle to mark what would have been his 442nd birthday
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Time Line in Space Exploration: On This Date: December 27 Johannes Kepler (1571 – 1630) Born: 27 Dec 1571 in Weil der Stadt, Württemberg, Holy Roman Empire (now Germany) was the German mathematician who, in 1609, figured out the equations for orbiting planets & satellites - that they move in ellipses (flattened circles). He gave three fundamental laws of planetary motion. His equations are used today for calculating orbits for satellites and planets. He also did important work in optics and geometry December 27, 1982 : John Leonard "Jack" Swigert, Jr., diedied December 27, 1982 was a NASA astronaut, one of the 24 persons who have flown to the Moon. Before joining NASA, Swigert was a test pilot. After leaving NASA, he was elected to the United States House of Representatives, but died before being sworn in. After unsuccessfully applying for NASA's second and third astronaut selections, Swigert was accepted into the astronaut corps as part of NASA Astronaut Group 5, in April 1966. Swigert beca ...
Sir Isaac Newton (well known as God of calculus) was born in the county of Lincolnshire, England on the 25th day of December in 1643. His father died just months before he was born, and when he was three years old, his mother left him in the care of his grandmother. He died a virgin on the 20th March 1727 (84yrs). Isaac was always a top student, and went off to the University of Cambridge at age 19. While at Cambridge, Newton was influenced by the writings of Galileo, Nicholas Copernicus, and Johannes Kepler. By 1665, Newton began developing a mathematical theory that would lead to the development of calculus, one of the fundamental branches of mathematics. Newton would go on to discover other important math theories such as Newton’s Identities, and Newton’s Method. Today as Mathematicians, we remember him, his writings and his fruitful theories. let us rejoice in his name. Merry Christmas mathematicians!
Theodore Roosevelt , 26th PRESIDENT of the United States , 1858-1919 : " A thorough knowledge of the Bible is worth more than a college education . Almost every man who has his lifework would be added to the sum of human achievement ... has based his lifework Largely upon the teachings of the Bible . " QUEEN VICTORIA , QUEEN OF GREAT BRITAIN , 1819-1901 : " That Book accounts for the supremacy of England . England has become great & happy by the knowledge of the true God through Jesus Christ . " Johannes Kepler , astronomer GERMAN , known for his three laws of planetary action , 1571-1630 : " Let my name perish if only the name of God the Father is Thereby elevated . " Robert Boyle , Irish physicist & CHEMIST , called " the father of chemistry" , 1627-1691 : Boyle read the Bible every morning throughout his life , & "did his utmost to defend & uphold the great doctrines of the Scripture ." He financed & distributed thousands of copies of a new Irish translation of the Bible . SIR ISAAC NEWTON , ENGLISH SC ...
6 Dec 1631, the transit of Venus occurred as first predicted by Johannes Kepler. He correctly predicted that an -
1939, the German playwright Bertolt Brecht castigated Nazi policies by writing a play about Galileo’s heroic behaviour under prosecution by the Catholic Inquisition. To construct his political parallel, Brecht drew on the appealing mythology of a prolonged war in which scientific revolutionaries- Nicolas Copernicus, Johannes Kepler, Galileo Galilei- battle against religious bigots to place the Sun at the centre of the Universe. Victorian scientists depicted these men as martyrs to reason who sacrificed themselves to keep the flame of truth alight, an image of confrontation between science and religion that still remains popular. Yet when viewed from their own perspective, all three were deeply religious, and more concerned about their own lives than in carving out any straight road towards the future." . "Brecht served his own rhetorical ends by perpetuating their simplified view of a hero battling against Catholic oppression, but it was scientific propagandists who launched the notion that science and ...
I measured the skies, now the shadows I measure. Sky-bound was the mind, Earth-bound the body rests. Epitaph of Johannes Kepler.
Cannot stress enough how much I really don't care about Johannes Kepler's astronomical theories
...of matter, it is quite possibly a cause possessing a mind.” - Johannes Kepler
"The laws of nature are but the mathematical thoughts of God." Johannes Kepler
“The Kepler Story” : The background of a one-man performance work about Johannes Kepler: Here is a SETI Instit...
Johannes Kepler, Tycho Brahe, Nickolaus Copernicus, Isaac Newton and Galileo Galilie: if they were alive today i wud be tanning on Mars.
The Science of the Harmony of the World (1619). Johannes Kepler
"When you can measure what you are talking about and express it in you know something about it" Johannes Kepler
Cesar, lets talk about Johannes Kepler and his laws of planetary motion. (':
Johannes Kepler, a creation scientist, discovered that planets obey laws of nature too. How so if randomly evolved?
Johannes Kepler used a pattern he spotted in the orbits of the planets to consider the possibility of an inverse square law.
"That mankind shares in it is because man is an image of God.” - Johannes Kepler
What i search today is not them. i have new "idols" : Robert Hooke, Sir Isaac Newton, and Johannes Kepler. Nice to know you. *-_-
Discover the force of the heavens Oh, Men: once recognized it can be put to use. - Johannes Kepler.
"Johannes Kepler, one o'da greatest contributors to astronomy, cudn't see de stars/planets due to smallpox" Play ur part!
Today in Geek History -November 6th 1492 The Ensisheim Meteorite, the first meteorite with a known date of impact, strikes the Earth in a wheat field outside the village of Ensisheim, Alsace, France at near noon. 1631 Pierre Gassendi first observes the transit of a planet. Johannes Kepler had predicted a transit of Mercury would occur in 1631. When Gassendi observed the dot of Mercury passing across the face of the Sun with a Galilean telescope by projecting the sun’s image on a screen of paper. He will recount the observation in Mercurius in sole visus (“Mercury in the Face of the Sun”) in 1632. 1908 Professor Ernest Rutherford announces in London that he had isolated a single atom of matter. 1911 Alan Archibald Campbell-Swinton, in his presidential address to the Röntgen Society in London, suggests that high-definition television is possible with cathode ray tubes. The paper won’t be published until April 1924 in the magazine Wireless World. 1918 Dr. Robert Hutchings Goddard demonstrates a tube ...
Camera For other uses, see Camera (disambiguation). A rangefinder camera. Ciné-Kodak Special II - 16mm movie camera (ca. 1948) A camera is an optical instrument that records images that can be stored directly, transmitted to another location, or both. These images may be still photographs or moving images such as videos or movies. The term camera comes from the word camera obscura (Latin for "dark chamber"), an early mechanism for projecting images. The modern camera evolved from the camera obscura. Functional description HistoryEdit Main article: History of the camera How a camera obscura works: Light from a real object enters a dark room or box through a small hole. An inverted image of the object is created on the wall opposite the small hole. A smaller hole results in a sharper, but dimmer, image. The forerunner to the photographic camera was the camera obscura. In the fifth century B.C., the Chinese philosopher Mo Ti noted that a pinhole can form an inverted and focused image, when light passe ...
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The astronomer Johannes Kepler declared that “nature loves simplicity and unity.” So did Steve Jobs.
by the way. Who's johannes kepler? I never knew about that person. LOL
Foto: lilasterne: On this day 1604 – German astronomer Johannes Kepler observed an exceptionally bright...
"Let me not seem to have lived in vain." - Tycho Brahe's dying words to Johannes Kepler
Here's one from the Czech Republic featuring Johannes Kepler:
Q1. Who was the first scientist to promote the idea that the Earth goes around the Sun.?? (A) Johannes Kepler (B) Nicolaus Copernicus (C) Tycho Brahe (D) Isaac Newton
Who knew? The very first book of science fiction was written by Johannes Kepler between 1620 and 1630. It is titled Somnium, or The Dream, in Latin) In it a student of Tycho Brahe is transported to the Moon by occult forces. It presents a detailed imaginative description of how the earth might look when viewed from the moon, and is considered the first serious scientific treatise on lunar astronomy. Carl Sagan and Isaac Asimov have referred to it as the first work of science fiction.
my friends are very impotarnt in my life they are Galileo Galilei, Johannes Kepler, Isaac Newton, Tycho Brahe
Not really Isaac Newton, Carolus Linneaus, Gregor Mendel, Johannes Kepler, just to name a few.
Remember when the Church opposed science? A Heliocentric Cosmos, Nicolaus Copernicus. Written by Polish astronomer Copernicus (1473-1543) and published just before his death, the work was met with tremendous opposition for contradicting current religious beliefs. It laid the groundwork for the research of Johannes Kepler, Galileo, and Isaac Newton.
There’s a reason why notable figures in the past are mostly jack of all trades. Take Johannes Kepler for instance, he was an astronomer,
Life is too short to be taken seriously - Johannes Kepler
"where there is matter there is geometry" _ Johannes Kepler
Monument to Tycho Brahe & Johannes Kepler in aptly named Keplerova Street in Prague
Apol315 Johannes Kepler on God and Science: . “The chief aim of all investigations of the external world shoul...
"May God free me from astronomy, so that I can devote myself to the effort of my work on the harmony of the world." Johannes Kepler
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"Geometry existed before the creation it is co-eternal with the mind of god". - Johannes Kepler
Johannes Kepler was a space loving don!
... by God and which He revealed to us in the language of mathematics. ~ Johannes Kepler
"I prefer a criticism even if sharp from a single intelligent man to the ill-considered approval of the great masses." -Johannes Kepler
Today in history 19 Catholic priest were hanged in Gorcum.--1572. In 1595, Johannes Kepler inscribes geometric solid construction of the universe. Mathilde Krim, geneticist founder of the AIDS foindation was born in 1926. The U.S president George Bush, presentes a National Medal of Art to Roy Acuff in 1991.
I know some of you would not be interested in what I have to say, but i'd like to take a moment to show appreciation to all leading men of science to whom we owe a great thanks. They helped shaped the world as we know it by sacrificing their time, families and lives for the purpose of evolution and progress. Among these distinguished men are Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein, Neils Bohr, Charles Darwin, Sigmund Freud, Galileo Galilei, Antoine Laurent Lavoisier, Johannes Kepler, Nicolaus Copernicus, Michael Faraday, James Clerk Maxwell, Claude Bernard, Pierre Simon de Laplace, Edwin Hubble , Joseph J. Thomson, Leonard Euler, Erwin Schrodinger, Richard Feynman, Carl Sagan, Stephen Hawking and many more. Don't take anything for granted. End the violence and wars. These are people you should consider as leaders. They lead you to the future, war criminals lead you to the past...
WHAT LAWS GOVERN THE MOVEMENTS OF THE PLANETS? In the early 17th century, the German astronomer Johannes Kepler formulated three laws to describe the movements of the planets within the solar system. The first law covers the shape of a planet's orbit, which is always elliptical, with the Sun at one of the foci of the ellipse . The second law describes the planet's speed. An imaginary line joining the Sun and a planet sweeps out equal areas during equal intervals of time. We van deduce from this that when a planet is closest to the Sun (at perihelion) it travels faster than when it is furthest away (at aphelion). Finally, the complicated third law compares the orbits of various planets. Using the orbital period (T) of a planet and the semi-major axis of its orbital ellipse. Kelper'z three laws turn out to be natural consequence of the law of universal gravitation, formulated by Isaac Newton and published in 1687.
[Fshare.vn] 100 Greatest Discoveries - 100 Khám Phá Vĩ Đại About the series: Where would we be today if it weren't for the scientists of the past? From the miniature world of genetics to the vast expanse of space, review the greatest discoveries of all time across eight different scientific categories in this multi-part series. Join host Bill Nye as he recounts the 100 most important discoveries and explains how each one has had a hand in shaping the modern world. Watch his lively and dramatic accounts and learn how the great discoveries were made, how they impacted the development of scientific knowledge and how they touch our lives today. Episode Guide: Astronomy Copernicus first theorized that the Sun was the center of our solar system, \but it took the work of Johannes Kepler to prove it. Learn why the universe is expanding and meet modern astronomers who gauge the likelihood of life out there. 1. The Planets Move (2000 B.C. – 500 B.C.) 2. The Earth Moves (1543) 3. Planetary Orbits Are Ellipti ...
The Physicists: Their Role in Society 1.Galileo Galilei(1564-1642) - He studied the behavior of falling bodies and formulated laws covering the behavior of these objects. 2. Johannes Kepler(1571-1630) - He discovered that the planets move in an elliptical orbit. The laws of Kepler are used in calculating the flight paths of today’s space vehicle. 3. Robert Boyle(1627-1691) – He formulated Boyle’s law, which states that at constant temperature the volume of gas is inversely proportional to pressure. 4. Sir Isaac Newton(1642-1727) - He formulated the laws of motion and the universal law of gravitation. 5. Benjamin Franklin(1706-1790) - He is noted for his experiments on electricity. His renowned kite experiment to study lightning led him to the invention of the lightning rod. 6. Michael Faraday(1791-1867) - His invention was the generator, which worked on the principle that magnets can be used to produce electric current. 7. James Maxwell(1831-1870) - He worked on electromagnetism and made important . ...
Kepler is a space observatory launched by NASA to discover Earth-like planets orbiting other stars. The spacecraft, named for the Renaissance astronomer Johannes Kepler, was launched on March 7, 2009.
Saturday, June 01, 2013 God's Word Is Always Ahead of Science by Rick Warren “Praise him, you highest heaven and the water above the sky. Let them praise the name of the Lord because they were created by his command. He set them in their places forever and ever. He made it a law that no one can break.” (Psalm 148:4-6 GW) Someone may have told you at one time that the Bible isn’t scientifically accurate. That person is wrong. They’ve either never studied the Bible or never studied science. God sets up the laws of science; he made sure that his Word doesn’t contradict those laws. Johannes Kepler, the famous mathematician and astronomer, once said, “Science is simply thinking God’s thoughts after him.” In other words, God established the laws of physics, and then we discover them. The Bible wasn’t meant to be a scientific textbook. You don’t study the Bible to build a rocket. And the Bible doesn’t use scientific language. But the Bible never gives bad science! Not once during the 1,600 ...
The camera has become such a common device these days that it is more likely to find one in a person's pocket than finding a wallet! Even when buying cell phones, the first feature everyone looks for is a built-in camera. The story of invention of this extraordinary device is full of events that start from the era of Aristotle, who made use of gaps between leaves and holes in a sieve to view partial images of the sun. Great painters like Leonardo da Vinci and astronomers like Johannes Kepler are known to have understood the significance of being able to capture an image. Neither is it easy to pinpoint the exact time when the first camera was made, nor to call any one person its inventor. But the mention of the word 'camera' makes us curious to know who invented it. History of Camera To know about the person behind this awesome invention, we may think that we have to rewind to not more than 200 years. But in fact, to know the complete story we need to go back thousands of years, even before the invention o ...
Kepler's Supernova Remnant in X-Rays What caused this mess? Some type of star exploded to create the unusually shaped nebula known as Kepler's supernova remnant, but which type? Light from the stellar explosion that created this energized cosmic cloud was first seen on planet Earth in October 1604, a mere four hundred years ago. The supernova produced a bright new star in early 17th century skies within the constellation Ophiuchus. It was studied by astronomer Johannes Kepler and his contemporaries, without the benefit of a telescope, as they searched for an explanation of the heavenly apparition. Armed with a modern understanding of stellar evolution, early 21st century astronomers continue to explore the expanding debris cloud, but can now use orbiting space telescopes to survey Kepler's supernova remnant (SNR) across the spectrum. Recent X-ray data and images of Kepler's supernova remnant taken by the orbiting Chandra X-ray Observatory has shown relative elemental abundances typical of a Type Ia supern ...
Huntsville AL (SPX) Mar 21, 2013 - A new study using data from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory points to the origin of a famous supernova. This supernova, discovered in 1604 by Johannes Kepler, belongs to an important class of objec
Historical Events on this Day in History Events in History for Thursday 16th May 2013 All Events Birthdays Weddings Deaths Events 1 - 239 of 239 955 - Alberich II, *** ) son of Octavianus elected pope 1165 - Ramjbam & his family reach Acre Palestine 1204 - Baldwin IX, Count of Flanders is crowned as the first Emperor of the Latin Empire. 1527 - Florence becomes a republic 1532 - Sir Thomas More resigns as English Lord Chancellor 1547 - Protestant German monarch surrenders to Karel in Wittenberg 1568 - Mary Queen of Scotland flees to England 1571 - Johannes Kepler, by his own calculations, is conceived at 4:37 AM 1584 - 7 Westfriese towns divide monasteries of Egmond/Blokker/St-Pietersdal 1605 - Camillo Borghese elected to succeed Pope Leo XI becomes Paul V 1606 - 2,000 foreigners murdered in Russia 1648 - Battle at Zolty Wody: Bohdan Chmielricki's cosacks beat John Casimir 1747 - Prince Willem V sworn in as admiral-general of Neth 1763 - Samuel Johnson 1st meets his future biographer James Boswell in ...
Fascinating! If one were to think in terms of musical frequencies emitted by each planet in a specific sign, a person's horoscope would make a specific kind of harmony or music. Then, when brought together with others (people or even planets that continue to move through time), the music would be either enhanced or become cacophonic. In fact, the music is constantly encouraged to adapt and rearrange itself to fit the stronger pattern. Johannes Kepler (1561-1630) spoke convincingly of the harmony that permeates the universe, extending the work of Pythagoras and the theme of "music of the spheres". Pythagoras defined music as the perfect union of contrary things, as unity in multiplicity, oraccord in discord. Indeed, music does not only coordinate rhythm and modulation, but imposes order on the whole system. Pythagoras discovered that the pitch of a musical note changed if the length of a piece of string was stopped half way along. This created an octave that produced the same quality of sound as the note p ...
I was surprised you didn't put "Johannes Kepler" for your name at Mr monty tech lol
Somnium by Johannes Kepler (c. 1609) features an alien "Daemon" who describes the landscape and inhabitants of the Moon.
“Provide ships or sails adapted to the heavenly breezes, and there will be some who will not fear even that void.” - Johannes Kepler
I also had a Kepler and I was like as in Johannes? And he was impressed.
Science is the process of thinking God's thoughts after HIm. Johannes Kepler, Mathematician and Astronomer
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The remnant of Kepler's supernova, the explosion discovered by Johannes Kepler in 1604 [photo via
Truth is the daughter of time and I feel no shame in being her midwife. - Johannes Kepler
Science is simply thinking gods thoughts after Him. - Johannes Kepler
Science is simply thinking God's thoughts after him. -Johannes Kepler
Carl Sagan just used Johannes Kepler to make me cry tears of joy.
International Women’s Day. In memory of Frederic Goudy. Past March 8s: 1618: Johannes Kepler discovers third law of planetary motion— ”The square of the orbital period of a planet is directly proportional to the cube of the semi-major axis of its orbit.” (Of course!) 1782: Some 160 Pennsylvania militiamen murder 96 Christian Indians--39 children, 29 women and 28 men--by hammering their skulls with mallets from behind as they kneel unarmed, praying and singing, in their Moravian Mission at Gnadenhuetten in the Ohio Country. 1920: Baroness Raymonde de la Roche becomes the first licensed woman pilot. 1964: Small group of Sioux attempt to take Alcatraz, invoking the 1868 Treaty of Fort Laramie. 1979: First extraterrestrial volcano is discovered on Jupiter’s satellite Io. 2012: Scientists claim a recent study suggests that donor stem cells may prevent organ rejection in cases of imperfectly matched transplants.
8 March is the 67th day of the year (68th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. On this day in the year: 1576 – Spanish explorer Diego García de Palacio first sights the ruins of the ancient Mayan city of Copán. 1618 – Johannes Kepler discovers the third law of planetary motion. 1655 – John Casor becomes the first legally-recognized slave in England's North American colonies. 1702 – Anne Stuart, sister of Mary II, becomes Queen regnant of England, Scotland, and Ireland. 1722 – The Safavid Empire of Iran is defeated by an army from Afghanistan at The Battle of Gulnabad, pushing Iran into anarchy. 1736 – Nader Shah, founder of the Afsharid dynasty, is crowned Shah of Iran. 1775 – An anonymous writer, thought by some to be Thomas Paine, publishes "African Slavery in America", the first article in the American colonies calling for the emancipation of slaves and the abolition of slavery. 1777 – Regiments from Ansbach and Bayreuth, sent to support Great Britain in the American Revolutionar ...
definitely one of most beautiful places on Earth.. a small city with a famous university - so typical for Germany :) Notable Tübingen residents and scholars included the neurologist Alois Alzheimer from whom Alzheimer's disease takes its name, Friedrich Miescher who was the first to discover nucleic acids, and Wilhelm Schickard who was the main precursor to the mechanical calculator, was born in nearby Herrenberg. Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, Friedrich Schelling, David Friedrich Strauss, and Johannes Kepler studied in Tübingen at the Tübinger Stift, and Joseph Alois Ratzinger (former alreedy Pope Benedict XVI) held a chair in dogmatic theology at the University. Hermann Hesse worked in Tübingen as a bookseller trainee from 1895 to 1899... and the list can continue :) as I said the good, old, stylish lady named Garmany and her magic people and places.
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Inspired by Innovation - Kepler Drive is named after Johannes Kepler, a German mathematician, astronomer and...
Anyone who credits Johannes Kepler as a band member can't be bad.
Sight should always learn from the reason. Johannes Kepler
CCD sensors have long ruled the digital imaging roost, but a team of researchers at Johannes Kepler University in Linz, Austria have co...
Today Jackie Chan OutLived Johannes Kepler, who also did his own stunts AND developed laws of motion... planetary motion that is.
Johannes Kepler via Sm third year Physics students - fun in the English class
24Feb2011: Docking of ATV-2 Johannes Kepler to second freighter Vid:
Glass: Kepler: Philip Glass' opera from 2009 explores the life of scientist Johannes Kepler though a series of...
So long as the mother, Ignorance, lives, it is not safe for Science, the offspring, to divulge the hidden cause of things - Johannes Kepler
Researchers at the Johannes Kepler University in Linz, Austria have developed a new kind... via
Radical New Image Sensor Turns your Entire Display Into a Digital Camera: Researchers at the Johannes Kepler...
Definitely not with Descartes. The man was a complete sham. I'd like to have a conversation with Johannes Kepler. He wrote SF.
oh Johannes Kepler.. Father of astronomy. Beautiful mind and human being.
I prefer the sharp criticism of one intelligent person than thoughtless approval of the masses. (Johannes Kepler)
Wisdom in Creation 1 Kings 4:29–34This passage is a celebration of God’s endowment of great wisdom upon Solomon. It also celebrates the broader theme of God’s ordering of creation according to a majestic, divine design. God has infused his wisdom, as it were, into the very structure of material reality. And he has equipped the human race, created in his image, with the ability (the intellectual machinery) to, as German mathematician Johann Kepler (1571–1630) said, “think God’s thoughts after him,” in order to develop creation’s potential (note especially 1Ki 4:32–33). We as God’s designated stewards have been called to faithfully and intelligently cultivate creation’s potential. God wants us to varying degrees, based on the particular aptitudes and strengths with which he has gifted each of us, to draw out the fruitfulness of creation through engineering, entrepreneurship, development, intellectual understanding, the arts and so forth. Bible scholar J. Richard Middleton depicts God t ...
By David d'Escoto The following is part one of an unedited article is my response to a blog written be a parent who has decided to "raise her children without God" (see her article @ ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-910282 ): Do you remember the first time your young mind conceived the idea of there being a God? I was about age 4 or 5 when the thought first entered my mind and naturally all my questions were directed to my parents. Questions like, “Who made God?”, and “How long has God lived?”, and “Who made the world?” Thank goodness my parents were honest enough with me to give me answers that satisfied my budding curiosity. It is sad to see so many disingenuous parents today who when asked similar questions about God refuse to share all the facts. Last month I read an article that was written by a mother who was a self-proclaimed atheist in which she gave several reasons why she is choosing to raise her children without God. My first response was to write a response direc ...
In 1604, this *** described how the retina works & showed how lenses can correct vision!
Happy 540th birthday, Copernicus! Thanks to The Episcopal Church for this collect celebrating his life! "As the heavens declare your glory, O God, and the firmament shows your handiwork, we bless your Name for the gifts of knowledge and insight you bestowed upon Nicolaus Copernicus and Johannes Kepler; and we pray that you would continue to advance our understanding of your cosmos, for our good and for your glory; through Jesus Christ, the firstborn of all creation, who with you and the Holy Spirit lives and reigns, one God, for ever and ever. Amen."
Some people say that love makes the world go round, but... actually, its conservation of angular momentum. When a mass is trapped in the gravitational field of another body, a set of equations from Johann Kepler tell us that cirtain stable orbits can result. When this happens, as is the case with our planet, the momentum that the planet had continues until something steels it away. Shame... that's just so unromantic...
I am merely striving to think God's thoughts after Him. (Johann Kepler, German Lutheran scientist, 1541-1630)
Johann Kepler, one of the premier astronomers of history, once said that in his studies he was merely “thinking God’s thoughts after him.” (Are Science and Faith Compatible?.)
A TIMELINE OF SCIENCE By Tim Lambert 494-434 BC Empedocles lives. He says the world is made of 4 elements, earth, fire, water and air. 384-322 BC Aristotle lives. Many of his ideas are wrong but the dominate science for the next 2,000 years. 276-194 BC Ertosthenes lives. He measures the circumference of the Earth 130-210 AD The doctor Galen lives. His ideas about the human body dominate medicine for the next 1,500 years. c 150 AD Ptolemy publishes his book Algamest which states that the Sun and other planets orbit the Earth 965-1040 1543 Copernicus publishes his theory that the Earth orbits the Sun 1572 Tycho Brahe observes a supernova 1600 William Gilbert shows that the Earth is a magnet 1604 Johannes Kepler publishes a book on optics 1609 Kepler publishes 2 laws of planetary motion. Galileo observes the Heavens with a telescope 1619 Kepler publishes a 3rd law of planetary motion 1628 William Harvey publishes his discovery of how blood circulates around the body 1632 Galileo publishes Dialogue Concerning ...
Johannes Kepler wrote: "I thank Thee, my Creator and Lord, that Thou hast given me this joy in Thy creation, this delight in the works of Thy hands; I have shown the excellency of Thy works unto man, so far as my finite mind was able to comprehend Thine infinity; if I have said aught of Thy glory, graciously forgive it."
originally posted by Star Trek Voyager Italia Star Trek Voyager Italia Official (translation by google) Researchers at the University of St. Andrew and the Scottish Institute of Scientific Instruments (ISI) in the Czech Republic have developed a microscopic first example of a "tractor beam", finding a way to generate an optical field capable of reversing efficiently pressure of the light radiation on the objects. The new technique could be very important developments in the field of medicine and surgery. Normally, when light and matter interact, the solid object receives a push from the light beam, due to the impact with the photons. The strength of the light radiation was identified for the first time in 1619 by Johannes Kepler, who realized this by noting that the tail of the comet was in the opposite direction to the sun. In recent years, researchers have realized that, although the phenomenon is present in the majority of cases, there are no special conditions in which this force can be reversed. Iden ...
Who is generally credited with the invention of thermometer? (A) Johannes Kepler (B) Galileo Galilei (C) Isaac Newton (D) Nicolaus Copernicus
Science's Sacred Cows (Part 3): Determinism "God does not play dice." --Albert Einstein Since my Jan. 2 post, we've been discussing assumptions that science initially embraced, either explicitly or tacitly, only to abandon later as invalid or unnecessary. These include most of the following: dualism, determinism, reductionism, absolute time, absolute space, the principle of locality, materialism and realism. The last post addressed absolute time and space. Today we ring the death knell for determinism, the collateral damage of two revolutionary scientific developments of the 20th century. Let's review them in reverse historical order. "If I have seen further than others, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants," acknowledged Newton. He didn't name the giants, but it's clear that Galileo and Kepler were among them. Galileo Galilei, the father of experimental physics, laid foundations for the science of motion. Johannes Kepler, the "Protestant Galileo," laid the foundations of celestial mechanics. Both ...
To all the "scientists" out there who think there's no way a person of higher thinking could possibly believe in a divine - Copernicus, Francis Bacon, Johannes Kepler, Galileo Galilei, Rene Descartes, Blaise Pascal, Isaac Newton, Robert Boyle, Gregor Mendel, Max Planck, and Albert Einstein all believed in a creator.
"all knowledge of reality starts from experience and in it"-Johannes Kepler
Today 1631 The first transit of Venus as predicted by Johannes Kepler.
The thoughtless approval of the masses. Johannes Kepler.
I wish I could have hung out with Johannes Kepler
Today OutLived Johannes Kepler, who formulated laws of planetary motion. Without both men, there wouldn't have been Apollo 13
Collecting blurbs for the dust cover: from Johannes Kepler's book called Harmony of the Worlds, Dr. Paul Teel wh...
Creationism is to science as McDonald's is to healthy food
One of my Philosophy professors from last year looked like Johannes Kepler.
An experiment that tracks subtle motions of subatomic particles called muons has found tantalizing evidence for a vast shadow universe of normally unseen matter existing side by side with ours,
We were having bout kepler his first name was johannes
you must refer to him as Sir Johannes Kepler. And you must know all three of his laws.
Johannes Kepler and his laws of planetary motion, ftw.
Ambassador of the week,Jovan Gill, went to the Johannes Kepler Universität in Austria for Bachelor of Science!
Did you know that astronomer Johannes Kepler has his own Opera?
just before you sleep. This day in Earth history: On December 27, 2004, the radiation from an explosion on the surface of SGR 1806-20 reached Earth. In terms of gamma rays, the burst had an absolute magnitude around −291. It was the brightest event known to have been sighted on this planet from an origin outside our solar system. The gamma rays struck the ionosphere and created more ionization, which briefly expanded the ionosphere. The magnetar released more energy in one-tenth of a second (1.3×1039 J) than our sun has released in 100,000 years (4×1026 W × 3.2×1012 s = 1.3×1039 J). Such a burst is thought to be the largest explosion observed by humans in the galaxy since the SN 1604 supernova observed by Johannes Kepler in 1604. Check that out.
Today is Thursday, Dec. 27, the 362nd day of 2012 with four to follow. The moon is waxing. The morning stars are Mercury, Venus and Saturn. Evening stars include Jupiter, Neptune, Uranus and Mars. Those born on this date are under the sign of Capricorn. They include German astronomer Johannes Kepler in 1571; English engineer George Cayley, father of the science of aerodynamics, in 1773; French bacteriologist Louis Pasteur in 1822; actors Sydney Greenstreet in 1879, Marlene Dietrich in 1901 and Cliff Arquette in 1905; musician/actor Oscar Levant in 1906; actor John Amos in 1939 (age 73); news correspondent Cokie Roberts in 1943 (age 69); French actor Gerard Depardieu in 1948 (age 64); and former Mexican President Ernesto Zedillo Ponce de Leon in 1951 (age 61).
Worthy News Brief - December 25, 2012 Friends, shine as a star! Numbers 24:17 I shall see him, but not now: I shall behold him, but not nigh: there shall come a Star out of Jacob, and a Sceptre shall rise out of Israel, and shall smite the corners of Moab, and destroy all the children of Sheth. Daniel 12:3 And they that be wise shall shine as the brightness of the firmament; and they that turn many to righteousness as the stars for ever and ever. A National Geographic article published a few years ago describing a real celestial event which took place at the time of the birth of Jesus reminded me of Risto Santala’s explanation in his book, "The Messiah in the New Testament in the Light of Rabbinical Writings". He wrote about a conjunction of major planets that took place which could have led the wise men from the east, to Israel. Santala reports that in 1603, Johannes Kepler observed a conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn in the constellation of Pisces; he observed a "new, particularly brilliant and strang ...
I prefer Johannes Kepler as he developed the 3 laws to explain planetary motion. This was essential in the history of astronomy.
The iPhone fundamentally changed the way the world looked at enterprise IT.
What was the "Star of Wonder, Star of Light"? Theologically Driven by Jared Compton One of the major “characters” in the Christmas story is—perhaps surprisingly—a star, one that some wise men follow from the East all the way to Bethlehem. The star makes a brief appearance in Matthew’s gospel (2:2, 7, 9, 10), before passing off the scene (and into nearly every Christmas carol). Have you ever wondered what it was the Magi saw? After all, I doubt they left on holiday every time they saw something peculiar in the sky. (Otherwise, the adjective “wise” would be rather ill-fitting, wouldn’t it?) Well, as far as I can tell, there are four common explanations. First, some think the wise men saw a supernova that left a trail of light in the sky for several days—long enough, at least, to guide the wise men’s journey. There are Chinese and Korean records that indicate that this sort of thing occurred around the time of Jesus’ birth (5/4 B.C.). Second, some think the wise men followed the blazing ...
UCT Summer School is a public education programme offering a range of short courses open to all. No entry requirements. The dates for the 63rd Summer School 2013 are Monday 21 January to Friday 1 February.
Please follow this link: Once again many thanks to Masaaki and Narendra, who especially helped us to share out the clip in Japan a...
Did you know that the very last supernova in our own galaxy was observed in 1604 by Johannes Kepler?
Here we go Q.1 who of the following discovered the law of planetary orbits ? A. Galileo Galilei B. Johannes Kepler C. Nicholas Copernicus D. Isaac Newton
"Gangnam Style is coeternal with the mind of God." —Johannes Kepler
"Johannes Kepler" I confidently said as Paxo was mid-question. And Kepler it was.
And Johannes Kepler. No one knows about him but, I see you.
Today Katey Sagal (OutLived Johannes Kepler, who formulated the laws of planetary motion. Katey follows her own laws of motion.
Spiegel's computer realization of a composition conceived back in the early 17th Century by the German astronomer Johannes Kepler...
Simon Reynolds profiles experimental pioneer and prescient thinker Laurie Spiegel, whose groundbreaking work with computers in the 70s and 80s ...
Why is it that the less intelligence people have, the more spiritual they are?
Mathematics is the archetype of the Beautiful- Johannes Kepler
"People give ear to an upstart astrologer who strove to show that the earth revolves, not the heavens… This fool wishes to reverse the entire science of astronomy." —Martin Luther, on Copernicus, 1543 (Well, Luther wasn't a scientist like the Lutheran mathematics teacher Johannes Kepler).
Tycho Brahe and Johannes Kepler at it again. This is how our heliocentric model was discovered. ©
You wouldn't believe the amount of closure I get from Tycho Brahe's exhumation. Was he murdered by Johannes Kepler? Was it a burst bladder?
Assignment paper for a buddy of mine: Why or why not have evolution taught in public schools? I believe it should be taught alongside with Intelligent Design. There are a lot of problems that the theory of Evolution contains, students should have a choice to believe what they what instead of only hearing one side of the story and not hearing any of the problems with Evolution in the text books. We are told the best explanation for “Everything” is the Big Bang. Yet when did “nothing” ever become “anything” in a Lab? You have to start with something. The first Law of Thermodynamics states that energy cannot be created or destroyed, only converted from one form to another. So the Universe must be eternal, yet Entropy argues that because it affects everything. Just like life and everything on our planet we see things go from a higher state, to a lower state, we see it affect the universe as well with stars (super novas) yet we have never witnessed a star being born. Even our universe must have ha ...
The Earth's orbit is the measure of all things: circumscribe around it a dodecahedron, and the sphere containg this will be Mars; circumscribe around Mars a tetrahedron and the sphere containing this will be Jupiter; circumscribe around Jupiter a cube and the sphre containing this will be Saturn. Now inscribe within the Earth an icosahedron, and the sphere containd it it will be Venus; inscribe within Venus an octahedron, and the sphere contained in it will be Mercury. You now have the reason for the number of planets. Johannes Kepler, from Mysterium Cosmographicum, 1596, quoted in The Story of Astronomy
Thank you Isaac Newton and Johannes Kepler for ruining my life.
If I could have any historical figure as a homie, it would definitely be Johannes Kepler.
First let point that my capabilities in terms of my practice of the arts of physical science and mathematics is much like my chess: never much beyond the C level in tournament play. But I did train a master. Now here is the nightmare for the NSA. Creative human mentation is banned in that agency. Some two decades ago Freeman Dyson gave as a diversion my friend HMS Coxeter's 59 icosahedra to work on. After three months I did succeed in generating Mathematica graphics for them. When I first arrived at Hannah's Child of Mine Center (see below) I did show the kids pictures of some this output. But we spent most of time constructing Johannes Kepler 's star polyhedra and the compounds of five cubes, five octahedra and twenty tetrahedron etc. with three foot sticks and rubber bands. They played with the results and took home copies made with drinking straws. It was only several months later that one Magnus J Wenninger 's collaborators showed me what the kids had accomplished with their play. They had shown how t ...
Some comprehendtion of the recursive nightmare facing the NSA is indicated by the simple fact that the first hint of the gpm (and even the included Johannes Kepler triangle) was first seen in the perspective of Leonardo. This is not to even mention the exploration of the axis of the universe by Rafael S
Makes you sit and ponder ... your importance in the universe?
We move at 67,000 MPH! And my hair doesn't even get messed up!
I am such a geek. I love astronomy.
Check out that little, insignificant dot. That's us.
This is too impressive not to post. Enjoy the view.
Earth as viewed from the Cassini probe, which is currently orbiting Saturn.
Something I read and felt sharing..
NPR had a story on Tycho Brahe and the possibility of being poisoned by Johannes Kepler! Mercury and not his bladder?
Danish research proves Tycho Brahe was not murdered by mercury poisoning.
So I got to thinking about Tycho Brahe and Johannes Kepler, which, of course, led me to Brahe's gold and silver nose, which, I could speculate was the basis for an early Ian Flemming novel about James Bond, "Gold Nose."
"I can't believe I tried to just say I was smarter than Johannes Kepler"
BREAKING NEWS... Astronomer Tycho Brahe was 'not poisoned' in 1601 as suspected, says Horatio Caine of Miami CSI. Calleigh Duquesne with the crime lab added that Johannes Kepler is no longer a suspect. Proving once again that open cases are never closed until solved by the CSI.
This Day in 1630. Death of Johannes Kepler, who derived the laws of planetary motion.
Johannes Kepler is my 21st cousin 12 times removed's wife's 9th great uncle!:
"My aim in this is to show that the celestial machine is to be likened not to a divine organism but rather to a clockwork, insofar as nearly all the manifold movements are carried out by means if a single, quite simple, magnetic force, as in the case if a clockwork, where all motions are caused by a simple weight." - Johannes Kepler
I think I have just written up an allegory in which my product's design process follows the life of Johannes Kepler.
"Johannes Kepler is your 20th cousin thrice removed's wife's 9th great uncle." :)
‘My dear Kepler, I wish that we might laugh at the remarkable stupidity of the common herd.’ – Galileo Galilei, letter to fellow-scientist Johannes Kepler
On Nov 15, 1630, German astronomer Johannes Kepler died at the age of 58. Check out his on Geni!
In 1630, Johannes Kepler died. He was a German mathematician and astronomer famous for his laws of planetary motion.
Good Morning Sisters & Brothers. Today is the Anniversary of the Birth of the Artist Georgia O'Keefe & Johannes Kepler the Discoverer of the Laws of Planetary Motion. Love & Flowers as We Spin Through Space.
Johannes Kepler died on this day in 1630. He had a job as a cleaner but was sacked for sweeping the same area every night.
The 16th Century Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe is unlikely to have been poisoned, according to a research studying his exhumed remains.
Tycho Brahe apparently NOT murdered by a king ... or Johannes Kepler ... or anybody else!...
Today in Mathematics History - November 15 1630. Johannes Kepler, best known for his laws of planetary motion, died in Regensburg, Germany.
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