08 Nov 2005

Copernicus’ Remains Found in Poland?

photo by Capt. Dariusz Zajdel / Central Forensic Laboratory of the Polish Police.

Polish archaeologists think the skulls and bones they excavated last year in a Polish church are very probably the remains of Nicolaus Copernicus, the father of modern astronomy.

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Emanie Sanabria

How interesting it would be to see the remains of Nicolaus Copernicus! This is awesome.


One of the founding fathers of modern science, became the philosopher and mathematician to the medici family, condemned by the inquisition He pushed forward copernicus’ ideas, also claimed that the earth not only orbited the sun but also spun on its axis, found out all bodies fall at the same speed regardless of weight (32 feet per second) Agreed with all previous claims about the earth and the sun, also added that the sun spun on its axis It is surely harmful to souls to make it a heresy to believe what is proved. In questions of science, the authority of a thousand is not worth the humble reasoning of a single individual. The earth revolves around the sun around its own axis. Ideas were over 100 years old – Copernicus Kepler Recanted and then condemned by Inquisition – But it still moves just the same. Telescope, pendulum thermometer 32 feet per second Projectiles move in parabola Principle of objectivity in science Church authorities should have no right to interfere with truth seeking of science.


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