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Galileo Galilei on Science, Astronomy and Denial of Heresy Featured

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In 1611, Galileo went to Rome to demonstrate his telescopic observations of Jupiter’s moons to a group of philosophers and mathematicians called Jesuit Collegio Romano, after publishing his findings the year before.  It supported the idea of Copernicus and, in 1614, Father Tommaso Caccini (1574-1648) denounced Galileo’s works as heretical. In 1611, Galileo went to Rome to demonstrate his telescopic observations of Jupiter’s moons to a group of philosophers and mathematicians called Jesuit Collegio Romano, after publishing his findings the year before. It supported the idea of Copernicus and, in 1614, Father Tommaso Caccini (1574-1648) denounced Galileo’s works as heretical. Reasonism.Org
"In 1611, Galileo went to Rome to demonstrate his telescopic observations of Jupiter’s moons to a group of philosophers and mathematicians called Jesuit Collegio Romano, after publishing his findings the year before. It supported the idea of Copernicus and, in 1614, Father Tommaso Caccini (1574-1648) denounced Galileo’s works as heretical." Source: Marquez Comelab, The Tyranny of God, 3rd Edition, p205.
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