SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION

By: Jasmoune Simpson

What was the change?

In Europe, it was the change in the rebirth of learning and arts later questioned by scholars. Many at first didn't believe the new ideas that were developed. The study of the natural world began to be characterize by annotations and the inquiring of accepted beliefs is known as the Scientific Revolution.

Who Was Involved?

How Did The Change Impact Society At The Time?

How is that change evidence in today's modern society?

Because of the Scientific Revolution, we know more about our world and how it was created. In addition, we use some of these ideas in our schools and labs such as the inventions of the scientific method, microscopes, and thermometer. Since then the Scientific Revolution has adhanced tramendously. And believe it or not, it continues to devleop as knew inventions and ideas are growing.