Ask a Scientist: "Who Made Science?"
December 3, 2018
Great question, Desiree. Let me start with a story about the scientist Isaac Newton. About 350 years ago, he was thinking a lot about light, and what it is made of. He held a prism up to the light and saw how it made a rainbow of colors. This made him wonder if the rainbow came from the prism, or if it came from the light. So, he made up an experiment to answer his question. He got a second prism and held it up to the rainbow that the first prism made. Can you guess what happened?
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