Breaking Ground in the Seventeenth Century

I have always found it interesting to think about what life would have looked like when famous and accomplished scientists like Isaac Newton and Galileo Galilei made some of their groundbreaking discoveries that changed the world. Nowadays there are millions of people working on research and discovery and we, as a planet, seem to have the infrastructure to support these new developments but there is still a consistent theme of past scientists, like those mentioned above, being challenged by the society around them and often not being credited for their work at all until numerous years after their deaths.

some clever astronomers via Just Us Society

Those, at least the majority of people, who live today have the existing mediums to publish their work and seemingly don’t have the same struggle that those who came prior did.

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