# Scientific Method

### By : Cylver :*

## Men that made Madness

## Isaac Newton Sr . Isaac Newton was a very important mathematician && physicist , who help bring new mathematics ways and made a more advanced way of learning , by bringing together breakthroughs under a single theory motion . He one of the four men who helped this revolution success . "...To me there has never been a | ## Johannes KeplerOut of all the men that were part of this mission , he was the only to mix together math and astronomy and got new methods . 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 , just one of the many new methods he helped come up with or actually came up with . " | ## Galileo Galilei Galileo was an Italian physicist , mathematician , astronomer , who played a major role in the scientific revolution . He was the first man to use a telescope and look at the skies , and got the evidence to prove that the world revolves around the sun , and not in the center of the universe like it was said to be . He then began his research on the theory of motion , and started a new epidemic . "...measure what is measurable, and make measurable what is not so. " |

## Isaac Newton

"...To me there has never been a *higher source of earthly honor or distinction than that connected with advances in science. "*

## Johannes Kepler

Out of all the men that were part of this mission , he was the only to mix together math and astronomy and got new methods . 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 , just one of the many new methods he helped come up with or actually came up with .

"*... the ways by which men arrive at knowledge of the celestial things are hardly less wonderful than the nature of these things themselves" *a quote by Kepler himself

## Galileo Galilei

"...measure what is measurable, and make measurable what is not so. "