Scientific Revolution


What is the Scientific Revolution?

The Scientific Revolution was a period of time when modern science emerged from early periods of time. The Scientific Revolution brought about new ideas in Physics, Astronomy, Biology, and Anatomy. Everything was questioned and nothing was assumed to be true.

Galileo Galilein (1564 -1642)

Galilei was one of the most important scientists ever. He made an improved telescope & also made observations of the moon. He also created the law of Inertia, and perfected the Scientific Method

Issac Newton (1642 - 1726)

Newton created many scientific breakthroughs in these early periods of time. He discovered and explained gravity, and also studied physics, light motion, & heat. Lastly he created calculus.

Nicolaus Copernicus

Copernicus was a renaissance mathematician and astronomer who formulated a model of the universe that placed the Sun rather than the Earth at the center of the universe.

How Is The Change Evident In Today's Modern Society?

Today, people use these theories in everyday life. Its become a 2nd nature in modern science. These scientists effected the way science is taught today. Without them, we probably wouldn't have found our way to the moon. We wouldn't ever use algebra or the Scientific Method.