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#66 - thepastryistrue
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(05/09/2013) [-]
Why 1543?
#89 to #66 - terezius
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(05/09/2013) [-]
Science first started to break through in 1543.
#109 to #89 - thepastryistrue
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(05/09/2013) [-]
"Sciences" had a paradigm shift with Kopernikus, it's not like they have been invented at that time. It was an important one, no doubt, but it was only a paradigm shift.
Why not put Aristotle's De anima and his notes on formal methods for scientific research as a truly significant event? That was around 330 b.C.
#113 to #109 - terezius
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(05/09/2013) [-]
Oh. Well then. I am not sure.
#123 to #113 - thepastryistrue
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(05/09/2013) [-]
I guess so was OP.