Scientific Revolution

by: Sara Wright

Background information and Impact

From 1550 to 1700, Europe experienced a Scientific Revolution where new ideas in physics, astronomy, biology, anatomy changed the way Europeans viewed the natural world.

During the renaissance people began to question old beliefs, ideas of the Roman Catholic church, and thought humans could accomplish almost anything. The Age of exploration also played apart as to why people began to question everything because the discovery of new lands led people to search for other things. Due to people wanting to know what was real or not many people began to study things for answer to their questions.