the scientific revolution
by Wendy portillo
What was the scientific revolution?
who were the people associated with the change?
Italian natural philosopher, astronomer and matematican.
German Astronomer who biscovered three major laws or plants.
Far more important for astronomy was the idea that seized Kepler on July 9, 1595. It appeared to him that the respective radii of the orbits of the planets corresponded to the lengths determined by a specific sequence in which the five regular solids were placed within one another, with a sphere separating each solid from the other.
how is that change evidenced in today's modern society.
Today we know that the world is a globe. During earlier times, they thought that the world was flat and that the Earth revolved around the sun. However, due to the experiments of Kepler, Galileo and Copernicus, we now know that this is not true. This has led to advancements in the sciences and technology.