Galileo, Science, and the Church

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This particular book shows many accounts of the troubles between Galileo and the church, and with other bystanders. The book goes through the ups and downs of Galileo and the church, the hardships, and friendships that people held, and how hard it was to keep those friendships during the days of Galileo...
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The book reveals many alliances, and loyalties, but also it also reveals distrust, and clouded minds, of both Galileo and the church. Throughout the book you learn the different approaches of scientific belief. There was of course the Aristotelian way of the universe, and there was also the Ptolemaic way...
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