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  • ...ture spread throughout the ages the concept of a Round Earth overthrew the ancient knowledge, establishing itself as the cornerstone of Western civilization. ...nations<sup>[[The_Ancient_Greeks#Footnotes|[3]]]</sup>. In this effort the Greek philosophers sparked a secular movement which continues to this very day. T
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  • ...ture spread throughout the ages the concept of a Round Earth overthrew the ancient knowledge, establishing itself as the cornerstone of Western civilization. ...nations<sup>[[The_Ancient_Greeks#Footnotes|[3]]]</sup>. In this effort the Greek philosophers sparked a secular movement which continues to this very day. T
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  • =Ancient Astronomy= ==Ancient Babylonians==
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  • [[Category:Ancient Greeks]] *[[The Ancient Greeks]]
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  • ...to sink into the surface of the earth. This effect was used as evidence in ancient times for the earth's spherical nature, and was Aristotle's first proof for *[[The Ancient Greeks]]
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  • *[[The Ancient Greeks]] [[Category:Ancient Greeks]]
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  • *[[The Ancient Greeks]] [[Category:Ancient Greeks]]
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  • ...n of electricity, light, and gravitation throughout ages, from the Ancient Greeks, to Newton, to the scientists of the Victorian Era. Aristotle called aethe {{cite2|Modern science has its roots in ancient Greek philosophy. This philosophy, as we know, used the word “ether” to desig
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  • ...erently from the fixed path of the stars. The word "planet" comes from the Greek word planetes, meaning "wanderer." ...ready widely believed that the Earth was a globe, largely based on Ancient Greek knowledge. The debate was whether the Sun was a central point of rotation f
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  • [[Category:Ancient Greeks]]
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  • ...known as Pyrrhonism. His followers adopted the label &quot;zetetic&quot; (Greek meaning &quot;seeker&quot;) and stressed the importance of observation and Pyrrhonism is an ancient Greek philosophy of extreme skepticism. Pyrrhonists hold no dogmatic beliefs abou
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  • [[Category:Ancient Greeks]]
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  • [[Category:Ancient Greeks]]
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  • ==Ancient and Modern Astronomers== The reason the ancient societies such as the Greeks and Babylonians were able to predict the Lunar Eclipses was because the pr
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  • *[[The Ancient Greeks]]
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  • ...hat the earth was round, based on the handed down teachings of the Ancient Greeks, which is why it was depicted in that manner. As with everyone else in the
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  • Planets (from Ancient Greek ἀστὴρ πλανήτης [astēr planētēs, "wandering star"], or jus
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  • ...as based primarily upon this phenomenon that the earth was declared by the ancients to be globular. It has been found that when the phenomenon is studied with
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  • ...ides a history of the idea of other worlds, which goes back to the ancient Greeks. (Is there anything they didn’t think of first?) Acknowledging that “n
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  • ...In fact, the actual computation of planetary positions follows exactly the ancient patterns and the results are the same. The Copernican solar theory is defin ...numerous passages in the De Revolutionibus."|Wolfgang Smith, The Wisdom of Ancient Cosmology, p. 174}}
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