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Galileo Galilei Fun Facts

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All three of Europe's active volcanoes, including Etna, Vesuvius and Stromboli are found in Italy.
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During Galileo's time, a committee of consultants declared to the Inquisition that the proposition that the Sun is the center of the universe was a heresy.
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When the English won battles, they held up their middle fingers in defiance, showing they could still pluck their bows, saying “pluck yew”
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Shakespeare penned a curse for his grave, daring anyone to move his body from that final resting place.
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Two years into his college education, Bill Gates dropped out of Harvard University to start Microsoft.
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It took a total of 199 years to build the Leaning tower of Pisa. Construction works started in 1173 but finished in 1372
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Astronomers call Jupiter a failed star. Jupiter is rich in hydrogen and helium, but Jupiter does not have nearly enough mass to trigger a fusion reaction in its core.
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The oldest horoscope discovered was for Apr. 29, 410, B.C. and was written in cuneiform.
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Galileo was found guilty of heresy for his discoveries and was sent to his home near Florence where he was to be under house arrest for the remainder of his life.
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Most Medieval and Renaissance-era lutes strings were made with animal guts of some kind. It was the best material to achieve the sound these craftsmen were looking for.