No scientific progress in the Dark Ages?
Many people think that in the Middle Ages they believed the Earth was flat, and that there was no scientific progress for a thousand years, from AD500 to AD1500. But there was tremendous progress in astronomy and medicine and mechanics, and with the invention of windmills and glasses, printing and gunpowder.
With contributions from Dr Allan Chapman, (Oxford University), author of 'Slaying the Dragons: destroying myths in the history of science and faith' and 'Stargazers: Copernicus, Galileo, the Telescope and the Church,' and from James Hannam, author of 'God's Philosophers: how the Medieval World Laid the Foundations of Modern Science.'
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