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In the 20th century, the American Jewish physicist Albert Einstein, discovered new principles of order and reality which dramatically increased our understanding of gravity. Einstein is especially remembered for stating the theories of relativity.
Andreas Vesalius-the father of anatomy. In 1616, William Harvey described the circulation of the blood in the human body. Harvey's work was crucial to the advance of medical science; for, as the Bible proclaimed more than 2000 years before Christ, the life of the flesh is in the blood.
The error that was destined to affect the thought of great masses of people by the dawn of the 20th century and to detour many scientists from their true work was Charles Darwin's theory of evolution. Without ability in mathematics, Darwin lacked the chief tool of the great scientists. Darwin took with him a copy of principles of geology by Charles Lyell, who is regarded as the father of modern geology. From this book Darwin learned Lyell's false principle of uniformity, the idea that the present is...
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