Ch.16D Astonomy (Pgs.1247-1262) the Virtue of Wonder
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Chapter 16D. Astronomy
Rhyming Riddle Brain Education Mind Stimulation Enhancer
What happened in the Middle of the twentieth century that will not happen again for 4,000 years…?
Answer in the back of the EIV Bible…Pg.1546
"I have no desire to conquer the World. Everyone who has ever tried has failed miserably. I am here to improve the World and share my love. To this end I am passionately committed and in return the World will grant me it's greatest treasures." Comedian Danny Siegel Says Thanks again for all of your hard smart work, motivation, inspiration, and encouragement no matter where you maybe in this world or out of this world…
Champions do not become champions when they win the event, but in the hours, weeks, months and years they spend preparing for it. The victorious performance itself is merely the demonstration of their championship character” ~ T. Alan Armstrong Quote
The Virtues of Wonder is to be filled with curiosity. It is also a un-answered miracle to want to know the truth, to be full of excitement and amazement about the future. The Virtue of Wonder is the feeling of fascination, interest, or reverent admiration for the remarkable or extraordinary phenomenon, deed, event, or miracle. The Virtue of Wonder is the Master key to surprise and success. The Virtue of Wonder is the ability to Speculate a Positive Future, learnt from present and past. The Virtue of Wonder makes dreams come true.
Ch.16D Astronomy (Pgs.1247-1262) the Virtue of Wonder
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Chapter 16D. Astronomy
(Astrology, Anthropology, Archaeology) The Virtues of Wonder
Name and Pictures of astronomers from the past and present who have contributed to the fundamentals of astronomy.
1.)German Astronomer Johannes Kepler –established the most exact astronomical tables then known; established the three laws of planetary motion.(born 1571--1630)
2.)French Astronomer Joseph-Louis Lagrange, developed new methods of analytical mechanics; made many theoretical contributions to astronomy. (born January 25, 1736 -- 10 April 1813)
3.)British Astronomer Nobel Laureate Antony Hewish led the research group that discovered the first pulsar. (born May 11, 1924 -- )
4.) American Astronomer Robert W. Wilson-Co-discovered the cosmic microwave background radiation. (born 1936 -- )
5.) Dutch Astronomer William De Sitter-studied the astronomical consequences of Einstein’s theory of general relativity, deduced that a near-empty universe would expand. (born 1872 -- 1934)
6.)Italian Astronomer Galileo Galilee-performed fundamental observations, experiments, and mathematical observations, experiments, and mathematical analysis in astronomy and physics, discovered mountains and craters on the moon, the phases of Venus, and the four largest satellites of Jupiter: Io, Europa, Callisto, and Ganymede (Born: February 15, 1564 -- January 8, 1642) was an Italian Physicist, Mathematician, Astronomer and Philosopher who played a major role in the Scientific Revolution. His achievements include improvements to the telescope and consequent astronomical observations, and support for Copernicanism. Galileo has been called the "father of modern observational astronomy",the "father of modern physics",the "father of science",and "the Father of Modern Science". Stephen Hawking says, "Galileo, perhaps more than any other single person, was responsible for the birth of modern science."
7.) Polish Astronomer Nicolus Copernius-developed a simple heliocentric model of the solar system that explained planetary retrograde motion and overturned Greek astronomy. (born 1473 -- 1543)
XVI (D.) Astronomy
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The Art of Communication paints & allows the human race to see what needs to be done or accomplished on earth before conquering space.
“Astronomy is the study of the Universe from the Earth itself to the most distant galaxy, from deciphering its nature at the beginning of time to predicting its eventual fate in the remote future.
There is no excellence without labor. One cannot dream oneself into either usefulness or happiness. --By Liberty Hyde Bailey