Scientific Revolution

Johana A. 3rd

What was the change?

The Scientific Revolution was the change in the way people viewed the world as nature and science. This started with Nicolaus Copernicus, Johannes Kepler, and Galileo Galilei, and ended with Sir Isaac Newton. Scientists also started questioning their traditional beliefs about the universe. They used observations, experiments, and special tools to discover nature.

Who were then people associated with the change?

How did the change impact the society at the time?

Changed the way people viewed the science in a positive and negative way. It also continued to weaken the power of the church. People started questioning and using the scientist theories about the world around them. This changed living conditions for the people. The Scientific Revolution brought up new ideas for people to make new inventions.

How is that change evidence in today's modern society?

Most of many scientists had developed new tools and instruments to make the precise observations that the scientific method demanded. From Archimedes to Issac Newton milestones in the study of the one and only physical world have not only influenced the field of science. During the middle ages, European doctors had accepted as facts the writing of ancient Greek physician. Therefore, Galen never dissected the body of the human being. The scientific revolution was a time period when many inventions and theories The scientific revolution influenced philosophers. They felt confident that they could discover natural laws that govern human behavior. New medicines were invented at this time. The scientific was also invented, and people looked at problems with logic instead of blindly following the church.