Scientific Revolution

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What was the change?

It changed the way people thought about the physical world around them. Systematic doubt, empirical and sensory verification, the abstraction of human knowledge into separate sciences, and the view that the world functions like a machine.

Turning Points in History - Scientific Revolution

Who were the people associated with the change?

Galileo inproved the telescope and he was the father of science.

In 1665, Isaac Newton invented the generalized binomial theorem.

Copernicus was most know for his heliocentric theory.

How did the change impact society at the time?

It impacted the the europeans economically, religious, and intelectually. The economical led to several new technology discoveries. Religious led to discoveries that seemed to contradict the bible, which was held to that point to be the literal word of god. The inteluctually was the stablishment of the scientific method.

How is that change evidenced in today's modern day?

The discovery of that old technoly improved every year. Which today its still been improve, and making our lifes much easier in several ways.