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The following are two very famous men who developed methods, the microscope and the telescope, that allowed humans to
discover things that heretofore had never been seen.  No one in human history has been aware of the existence of many of the
minute life forms or the gigantic astral bodies that actually fill our universe,
simply because the human eye was not capable
of seeing them.
 They could not "see" them, so they did not exist.

Thonius Philips van Leeuwenhoek, better known as Anton van Leeuwenhoek, (October 24, 1632 - August 30, 1723) was a
Dutch tradesman and scientist from Delft, Netherlands. He is known as "the Father of Microbiology," for his contribution to the
improvement of the microscope and for his contributions towards the establishment of microbiology. Using his handcrafted
microscopes, van Leeuwenhoek was the first to observe and describe single celled organisms that he first referred to as
animalcules, and which we now refer to as microorganisms. The "wee animals” he found in the water were so small that if one
hundred were laid end to end “they could not reach to the length of a grain of coarse sand.”
Heretofore, the existence of such
life forms was entirely unknown.  

He was also the first to record microscopic observations of bacteria, muscle fibers, microscopic nematodes and rotifers,
spermatozoa, blood cells, and blood flow in capillaries (small blood vessels).  His early discoveries in the field of microbiology
can be likened to Galileo's early discoveries in the field of astronomy. Both men used the newly improved optical technologies of
their day to make
major discoveries that entirely overturned traditional beliefs and theories in their respective fields, and
both men were initially met with strong skepticism and resistance
.  Nevertheless, van Leeuwenhoek remained undaunted
and continued to insist to the Royal Society that his observations were accurate, true, and valid.  In 1680, van Leeuwenhoek's
observations were fully vindicated by the Society.