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The Scientific Revolution Cast
Isaac NewtonIsaac Newton is possibly the most famous and influential scientist, ever. Besides developing calculus, the laws of motion and gravity, and telescopes, he is also interested in alchemy and mysticism.
Lewis CarrollLewis Carroll is a mathematician and one of the pioneers of photography. Oh, he also wrote a little book, called Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.
Edmond HalleyEdmond Halley is an astronomer, physicist, mathematician, geographer, meteorologist, sailor, and all-round cool science dude.
Galileo GalileiGalileo Galilei is an astronomer, mathematician, and philosopher. He discovered the moons of Jupiter, which made a few people upset that the truth contradicted church doctrine.
Pope Paul VPope Paul V is Pope from 1605 to 1621. He initiates official Catholic Church hostilities against Galileo for daring to tell the truth. His resemblance to any earlier or later Popes is purely coincidental.
Charles DarwinCharles Darwin is a natural historian interested in plants and animals, particularly barnacles. After a voyage around the world on board the ship Beagle, he lives and works in Cambridge.
Alessandro VoltaAlessandro Volta
Antoine LavoisierAntoine Lavoisier
James Clerk MaxwellJames Clerk Maxwell
James HuttonJames Hutton
Johannes KeplerJohannes Kepler
Nicolaus CopernicusNicolaus Copernicus