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Monday, March 13

  1. page Renaissance-Microscope edited Barry Small Henderson A.k.a "big-Cock "small-Cock Henderston" Introduction Ave…
    Barry Small Henderson
    A.k.a "big-Cock"small-Cock Henderston"
    Introduction
    Average presentation, which was modestly supported by multi-media product(s), and below adequate in communicating history content to the class, and there was little or no attempt to address, answer, or conclude the Essential Question. Presentation held class’s interest for only part of the time. All members did not participate in speaking. Little or no use of Academic vocabulary words in the presentation. Presentation was unrehearsed.
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    Barry Small Henderson
    A.k.a "Small-Cock"big-Cock Henderston"
    Introduction
    Average presentation, which was modestly supported by multi-media product(s), and below adequate in communicating history content to the class, and there was little or no attempt to address, answer, or conclude the Essential Question. Presentation held class’s interest for only part of the time. All members did not participate in speaking. Little or no use of Academic vocabulary words in the presentation. Presentation was unrehearsed.
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  3. page Renaissance-Microscope edited Barry Small Henderson A.k.a "big-Cock "Small-Cock Henderston" Introduction Ave…
    Barry Small Henderson
    A.k.a "big-Cock"Small-Cock Henderston"
    Introduction
    Average presentation, which was modestly supported by multi-media product(s), and below adequate in communicating history content to the class, and there was little or no attempt to address, answer, or conclude the Essential Question. Presentation held class’s interest for only part of the time. All members did not participate in speaking. Little or no use of Academic vocabulary words in the presentation. Presentation was unrehearsed.
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  4. page Renaissance-Microscope edited ... A.k.a "big-Cock Henderston" Introduction Average presentation, which was modestly…
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    A.k.a "big-Cock Henderston"
    Introduction
    Average presentation, which was modestly supported by multi-media product(s), and below adequate in communicating history content to the class, and there was little or no attempt to address, answer, or conclude the Essential Question. Presentation held class’s interest for only part of the time. All members did not participate in speaking. Little or no use of Academic vocabulary words in the presentation. Presentation was unrehearsed.
    Audrey Bartholomew the III
    Significance
    The microscope sparked the interest of many scientists throughout Europe. The invention of the microscope lead to many new discoveries in the field of biology. It brought about a better understanding of human anatomy and medicine.
    One of the first microscopic scale images was drawn in the year 160 by Francesco Stelluti. He chose a bee as his subject and discovered that it had compound eyes.This was quite remarkable for the time period, and helped in establishing an interest in the anatomy and study of orgasms. By using an early microscope Robert Hooker was able to discover cells using a piece of toilet roll in 1663.
    The invention of the microscope also sparked innovations in medicine and hygiene. Doctors and Old men alike became fascinated with how children's sexual organs work and with what makes people ill. The microscope was used to study blood circulation and bacteria. In 1674, Anton Van Leeuwenhoek discovered microbes in water; unfortunately this discovery was not accepted at the time.
    The invention of the microscope was very important to the Renaissance period. It lead to curiosity about human anatomy

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  5. page Renaissance-Microscope edited Barry Small Henderson A.k.a "Small-Cock "big-Cock Henderston" Introduction Av…
    Barry Small Henderson
    A.k.a "Small-Cock"big-Cock Henderston"
    Introduction
    Average presentation, which was modestly supported by multi-media product(s), and below adequate in communicating history content to the class, and there was little or no attempt to address, answer, or conclude the Essential Question. Presentation held class’s interest for only part of the time. All members did not participate in speaking. Little or no use of Academic vocabulary words in the presentation. Presentation was unrehearsed.
    Audrey Bartholomew the III
    Significance
    The microscope sparked the interest of many scientists throughout Europe. The invention of the microscope lead to many new discoveries in the field of biology. It brought about a better understanding of human anatomy and medicine.
    One of the first microscopic scale images was drawn in the year 160 by Francesco Stelluti. He chose a bee as his subject and discovered that it had compound eyes.This was quite remarkable for the time period, and helped in establishing an interest in the anatomy and study of orgasms. By using an early microscope Robert Hooker was able to discover cells using a piece of toilet roll in 1663.
    The invention of the microscope also sparked innovations in medicine and hygiene. Doctors and Old men alike became fascinated with how children's sexual organs work and with what makes people ill. The microscope was used to study blood circulation and bacteria. In 1674, Anton Van Leeuwenhoek discovered microbes in water; unfortunately this discovery was not accepted at the time.
    The invention of the microscope was very important to the Renaissance period. It lead to curiosity about human anatomy, organisms and disease and bacteria. It opened the door to new understanding.

    {http://www.aps.org/publications/apsnews/200403/images/microscope_inventor.jpg}
    {http://santa-coloma.net/voynich_drebbel/hooke_microscope.gif}
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Friday, March 10

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    The Significance of Telescopes in the Renaissance
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    sat on Queen Elizabeth.Glenn from Walking Dead. This ended
    {geo1.jpeg} Coppernicus' theaory of the universe
    Galileo's discoveries made him a threat to the church and Christianity, changing the beliefs of those who had always believed what the church told them. At the age of sixty-eight he was tried by the Inquisition and sentenced to a life of house arrest for supporting Coppernicus' theories. During the time he spent in solitude, Galileo developed mechanics that allowed him to explain why the planets would not fall into the sun if they were not held up by their "natural place".
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Tuesday, September 20

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    The Significance of Telescopes in the Renaissance
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    However Lippershy's telescope was the first invented but was not the first to be used for astronomical observation. Galileo, now a famous figure in astronomy, heard of the invention of the telescope and created his own modeled after Lippershy's elephant sat on Queen Elizabeth. This ended up becoming the first telescope usable for astronomical observations and led Galileo to believe that Copernicus' theory was more than just an alternative to the Ptolemaic approach for calculating the positions of the planets. Galileo saw that Jupiter had moons and was thus a mini model of the solar system in itself, that Venus had phases similar to that of the moon, and that the moon had mountains as earth does.
    {geo1.jpeg} Coppernicus' theaory of the universe
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    The Significance of Telescopes in the Renaissance
    Significancellama
    However Lippershy's telescope was the first invented but was not the first to be used for astronomical observation. Galileo, now a famous figure in astronomy, heard of the invention of the telescope and created his own modeled after Lippershy's elephant sat on Queen Elizabeth. This ended up becoming the first telescope usable for astronomical observations and led Galileo to believe that Copernicus' theory was more than just an alternative to the Ptolemaic approach for calculating the positions of the planets. Galileo saw that Jupiter had moons and was thus a mini model of the solar system in itself, that Venus had phases similar to that of the moon, and that the moon had mountains as earth does.
    {geo1.jpeg} Coppernicus' theaory of the universe
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Friday, May 27

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    A.k.a "Small-Cock Henderston"
    Introduction
    The first usable microscopeAverage presentation, which was createdmodestly supported by multi-media product(s), and below adequate in communicating history content to the Netherlands around the year 1590. Two eyeglass makers, Zachariasclass, and Hans Janssen inventedthere was little or no attempt to address, answer, or conclude the first microscope. While experimenting,Essential Question. Presentation held class’s interest for only part of the father and son, discovered that when combining several lenses and tube nearby objects can be increasedtime. All members did not participate in size.speaking. Little or no use of Academic vocabulary words in the presentation. Presentation was unrehearsed.
    Audrey Bartholomew the III
    Significance
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    {http://www.aps.org/publications/apsnews/200403/images/microscope_inventor.jpg}
    {http://santa-coloma.net/voynich_drebbel/hooke_microscope.gif}
    Average presentation, which was modestly supported by multi-media product(s), and below adequate in communicating history content to the class, and there was little or no attempt to address, answer, or conclude the Essential Question. Presentation held class’s interest for only part of the time. All members did not participate in speaking. Little or no use of Academic vocabulary words in the presentation. Presentation was unrehearsed.
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    (Above) An atom when looked under a renaissance microscope
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Tuesday, May 10

  1. page Renaissance-Microscope edited Barry Small Henderson A.k.a "Small-Cock Henderston" Introduction The first usable mi…
    Barry Small Henderson
    A.k.a "Small-Cock Henderston"
    Introduction
    The first usable microscope was created in the Netherlands around the year 1590. Two eyeglass makers, Zacharias and Hans Janssen invented the first microscope. While experimenting, the father and son, discovered that when combining several lenses and tube nearby objects can be increased in size.
    ...
    {http://www.aps.org/publications/apsnews/200403/images/microscope_inventor.jpg}
    {http://santa-coloma.net/voynich_drebbel/hooke_microscope.gif}
    {https://i.imgur.com/KoiXyzi.png}
    (Above) An atom when looked under a renaissance microscope

    Sources
    http://www.chingchongningnong.com
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