Scientific Revolution

Quinnci Thomas

What was the change?

The Scientific revolution was a new way of thinking about the natural world. Based on careful observations and question accepted beliefs. A mixture of discoveries and circumstances led to the scientific revolution.

Who were the people associated with the change?

How did the change impact society at the time?

Many people were questioning different statements and beliefs. It opened many possibillities that there were new things to be found that previously was unknown in Europe. There was a printing press that just came about during the time period, that helped spread old and new ideas so that it can get around. People might have been confused and/or upset because this change happened, but it seems like the scientists knew exactly what was going on, and knew about the new things being discovered. Because new things was getting discovered from every where.

How is that changed evidenced in today's modern society?

There are so many different instruments that are still around the world today. Such as a microscope, that was first invented by a dutch maker of eyeglasses named Zacharias Janssen. Galen discovered that human anatomy and animal anatomy was pretty much the same. Chemistry is still around, founded by Robert Boyle. A scientist named Anton van Leeuwenhoek was the first to examine the red blood cells.. Evangelista Torricelli invented the first mercury barometer. There are many different discoveries from this time period that are still around to this very day!