It was a natural place for those early scientists to go for a rich source of new descriptive words.
Its designation was Galileo, named, he knew, after an early human scientist.
He is also known as an early scientist, and for economic theory, writing on usury and market prices.
A problem for early scientists was that they did not know how to grow viruses without using live animals.
In a way, he was one of the earliest scientists.
Like the other early modern scientists, Newton had brought human beings what he believed to be utterly new and certain information about the world.
Because these animals live in water their entire lives, early scientists did not have the technology to go study these animals further.
Those early scientists could not explain how the brain creates such sensations, or body schemas.
Emmy Werner (1982) was one of the early scientists to use the term resilience in the 1970s.
The theory basically states that pressure is not caused by molecules pushing each other away, like earlier scientists thought.