Scientific Revolution

BY......... M.C.


What was it ?

Scientific revolution was a new of thinking about the nature world based upon carefully observation and a willingness to question accepted beliefs.

causes ?

The primary cause was too increased the wealth in Europe, thanks to colonial-plunder and slavery subsidized science, technology and education. It was then, just like in present times - science cannot be done without money.
2. Irrationality of the period: the christian church had a vested interest (money again) to keep people backward and believe in spirits, magic and divine retribution. Control of the masses ensured cheap labor for their fields, etc.
3. Loss of labor due to famines, disease, etc.
4. New markets in the European colonies required more productivity, giving rise to technology such as steam power.
5. When a labor class was created to man the factories, people saw the benefits and so further spurred the revolution.
6. Contact with the Old World introduced a plethora of ideas on science, technology and mathematics.

what was the geocentric theory? Why did people believe it?

The geocentric system is very plausible to people who has not deeply into the subject of astronomy, because of the first glance, . stand on a world that does not feel like it is moving. Our senses tell us that it is not counting earthquakes. was thinking about moving through space when we look at the sky, we see various astronomical objects which rise and set, just as if they were circling the motionless Earth.

Did the church like him? what did they do about it?

no the religious people added condemning Darwin
and too prejudiced, and condemnatory the church.

What was some of his discoveries?

Gravity and he was the excommunicated from the catholic church to teach people that the earth was round and you could see stars with a telescope.

what is the scientific method? which scientists contributed to it?

copernicus, kepler, and galileo began eventually developed into a new approach to scientistcalled the scientific method which is a logical procedure for gatheringand testing ideas. with problems and question arising from an observation.

new technologies of the revolution?

the new technologies of the scientific revolution was gravity, microscopes, and he placed the sun like studying it and actually figueing out where it is.


Isaac Newton was an English physicist and mathematician who was one of the most influential scientists of all time and as a key figure of the scientific revolution.

born: December 25, 1642,

died: March 20, 1727,

effects of the revolution

the effects of the revolution is people followed and trusted them and belived them and everyword they have said.

four most important question?

what was the change? going form old technology to new technlolgy advanced technology

who were the peopleasscoiated with it?Nicolas Copernicus Johannes KeplerGalileo

how did they change? they learned about the sun gravity air where the sun is and how it rotate.

how did the change evdence in today modern socity? we get more done like traveling to space.