Scientific Revolution

Bettina R. 2nd

What was the change?

The start of this time was the start of developing new scientific ideas and thoughts. Even things such as medicine, physics, mathematics, biology and chemestry began to develope more than before. The way that the people saw the world and earth was different as many scholars began to question the churches authorities. More and more people wondered if there was more, leading to many new discoveries.

Who were the people associated with this change?

How did that change impact society at the time?

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

The discoveries that they have made life not so much of a question in today's society. We can now look at something microscopic. We wouldn't have found the cure to as many illnesses without the microscope, nor would we be able to study a cell or even an atom. Without the barometer we wouldn't be able to find out the winds pressure at the current time. Even though it was only a few inventions and discoveries, they were one of the most important in contributing to today.