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1.) I wrote the Leviathan.
2.) I wrote such smash hits as the 1 st and 2 nd Treatise of Government.
3.) I was the father of rational thought.
4.) I am credited with the laws of the gravitation.
5.) I compiled so much astronomical data and had a sweet mustache.
6.) I was a Polish Astronomer who is given credit for establishing the heliocentric theory.
7.) I was ostracized by the Church for my views on Copernicus’ theory and belittling of the Church.
8.) I discovered that planets move in ellipses, not circles.
9.) I was an advocate for religious toleration and the separation of church and state.
10.) I believed in the equality of women and wrote “The Fascination of Instruments.” (I was also the subject of a book called Mad Marge)
11.) I was one of the few who believed that there was room for both science and religion in the world.
12.) I founded empiricism.
13.) I wrote the Starry Messenger and Letters on Sunspots.
14.) I was a pupil of Brahe.
15.) I wrote the Principia Mathematica.
16.) I wrote the New Astronomy in 1609.
17.) I think therefore I am.
18.) I supported absolute governments and believed man is naturally greedy.
19.) I believe that man is born with a tabula rasa or clean slate.
20.) I wrote the Advancement of Learning, Novum Organum, and the New Atlantis.
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