Johannes Kepler

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In existographies, Johannes Kepler (384-325 BE) (1571-1630 ACM) (IQ:180|#91) (ID:3.10|58) (Cattell 1000:157) (RGM:36|1,350+) (PR:349|65AE / astronomer:5) (Murray 4000:4|CS / 2|A) (Becker 160:25|7L) (Simmons 100:9) (GAE:4) (CR:111) (LH:9) (TL:121|#97) was a German astronomer, mathematician, and philosopher, noted for []


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The following are quotes by Kepler:

“If a person be too dull-witted to comprehend his knowledge or to enfeebled by his wounded piety to believe Copernicus, I encourage him to dismiss the school of astronomers and, if he wishes, even those among the condemned philosophers he favors, and pursue his own interest and cease his earthly wanderings.”
— Johannes Kepler (1635), Perioche ex Introductione in Martem; cited by Otto Guericke (1672) in New Magdeburg Experiments on the Vacuum of Space (pg. 24)[1]

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  1. Guericke, Otto. (1663). New Magdeburg Experiments: on the Vacuum of Space (Ottonis de Guericke Experimenta Nova (ut vocantur) Magdeburgica de Vacuo Spatio) (translator and preface: Margaret Ames). Publisher, 1672; Kluwer, 1994; Springer, 2012.

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