The last days of Galileo

The long, tedious trial of Galileo Galilei that took place in the spring of 1633 at Rome is probably the most discussed interrogation in history. It portrays the rigid dichotomy between individualism and authority, the eternal clash between science and religion. But how did the vanquished Galileo spend the remaining days of his life after this legendary, strenuous trial? Continue reading The last days of Galileo