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Which 19th century French physicist erected a pendulum in Paris to demonstrate the earth's rotation?

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Which 19th century French physicist erected a pendulum 200 feet high in the Pantheon in Paris to demonstrate the earth's rotation?

posted Sep 6, 2016 by Aarati Mahajan

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Jean Bernard Léon Foucault
He designed a special pendulum known as Foucalt Pendulum, which worked on the Newton's law of Motion.
For more info refer to: https://galileospendulum.org/2013/09/19/measuring-the-rotation-of-earth
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answer Sep 6, 2016 by Abstract
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