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What does it mean when someone says, " Galilio made it posible"? Answered

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cvianna1

7 years ago

Actually, this saying is used when referring to space travel. Galileo is credited with the refining the telescope and is considered to be the first astronomer to use it to view the heavens.

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Jack A Lopez

7 years ago

This is very simple, even though some of the other answerers have tried to make it more complicated.

Galileo Galilei invented Gravity.

Just like Nikola Tesla invented Electricity.

And Marie Sklodowska-Curie invented Radioactivity.

So think about it.  Where would you be without Gravity?  Is it not convenient to have all your stuff held in place by a Universal downward pulling force?  And when you drop something heavy you can expect that it too will be pulled downward, with a pretty much constant acceleration. 

Local Gravity, with constant and consistent acceleration, is yet another modern convenience that far too many people take for granted. 

And the monthly bill is totally worth it.  It'd be a bargain at twice the price.  Oh sure, you think it might be fun to have the Gravity turned off for a while, but it really isn't.  All your stuff just goes flying everywhere, and it can be very stressful for your pets, especially cats.


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Dr. Pepper

7 years ago

Because Chuck Norris said he could.

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caarnteddDr. Pepper

Answer 7 years ago

Chuck Norris rules..............because he wants to.

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Dr. Peppercaarntedd

Answer 7 years ago

Chuck Norris' favorite game is winning, even if he's not playing.

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tragicallyhip

7 years ago

The birth of modern science

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orksecurity

7 years ago

Ignoring the misspellings: The answer depends on what "it" is. As Kelsey said, we can't answer without context.

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kelseymh

7 years ago

First, you should spell "Galileo" correctly if you want to be able to find out. Second, you might try searching for that phrase (use quotes), or provide some larger context (astronomy? physics? dropping things?). I have never heard anyone say that, but maybe you just hang out with different people.