© Norman Sperling, December 23, 2012
According to my students:
Aristotle believed that the Earth was geocentric.
[Kepler's Law #] Two: Plants move fasters when they are closer to the Sun and slower then they are far away. Third: The period squared equals the semi-radius cubed.
Comets were initially fussy and difficult to see.
Plates "smash" into one another in a subversion zone, like along the Chilean coast.
Volcanoes ... become dormat.
Black holes are prominent in the solar system, but widely misunderstood.
The Big Bang theory states that the death of a star created our galaxy.
the "emberrs" of the Big Bong
The Big Bing was the creation of everything as we know it.
[Let us know when Microsoft's search engine starts listing that one.]