The Scientific Revolution

ASHLEE WOOD

What was the change?

The Scientific Revolution was a period in history beginning in the late 1500s when science came up with ideas to put to use by the european society. It changed the way people thought about the universe surrounding them. The revolution resulted in medicine, physics , and biology by the use of the scientific method. The intervening period saw a fundamental transformation in institutions supporting scientific investigation which led to everything "modern".


Who were the people associated with the change?

How did the change impact society at the time?

The scientific Revolution impacted the society at the time because it ushered in a new way of thinking including the establishment of the scientific method. Careful observation and the use of this method eventually became important in many different fields. Scientists developed me tools to make precise observation such as the microscope. Which helped in medicine and the human body.

During the middle ages European doctors have advanced their teachings and with the help of the new way of thinking plus new advanced tools they have helped to introduce the world's first vaccination. I personally think it had impacted a lot back in the day. It helped people realize there is a new way of thinking and doing things. All they had to to accomplish everything they've done is to accept the new way of life that it was becoming.

How is that change evidence in todays modern society?

The impact it had on today's modern society has had far reaching effects. We have seen fundamental transformation in scientific ideas in physics, astronomy, mathematics, and biology in institutions supporting scientific investigation.Scientific revolution led to industrialization which led to pretty much everything "modern" including cars, computers , and pretty much all recent inventions. Also it led to the study of modern medicine, the main cause of desim and other things that question the church/religion. Without we wouldn't have all the necessities we need to survive. For example without modern day medicine we wouldn't have any cures to help people from getting very ill. We are fortunate for all we have today because of the scientific revolution!