How Perspective Shapes Reality04:33

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Published on January 21, 2017

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Scans of Galileo’s notes:

Scans of Galileo’s publication:

Comparison of Galileo’s observations with modern models:

Latin version of Galileo’s publication on wikimedia:

Galilean moons:

Jupiter viewed from its north and south poles:

Centrifugal & Coriolis Forces:
Coriolis Force:
Fictitious Forces in rotating reference frames:

Dilithium molecule:

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