The Scientific Revolution
What was the change?
Who were the people associated with the change?
Copernicus developed the heliocentri model of the universe. It states that the sun is the center and that the eath revolves around it. Despite his beliefs ,he didn`t publish his work as quickly because her knew that most scholars would disagree with his theories and they just contnued to believe in the geocentric model.
An italian scientist who made fundamental contributions to the science and the devolpment of the scientific method. He continued with copernicus` work by observing the skies with his homemade telescope. He was able to prove that copernicus was correct. The church rejected his his theory and he was forced to take back or face execution.
He was a scientist that created the laws of motion. He bulit upon the earlier wok of Galileo and Copernicus> he also used math to describe gravity as the force that keeps the planets revolving around the sun.
How did the change impact society at the time?
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.