Scientific Revolution

Alexis B. 3rd

What was the change?

Between the years 1550 to 1700, Europe experienced a change in their culture. This change was called the scientific revolution. The change Europe experienced was the people view changing on how they viewed the world. Scientist began to question the theories of the church. These scientist were Newton, Galileo, and Copernicus.


Who were the people associated with the change?

Contributions From the Brilliant Scientist.

How did the change impact society at the time?

This change drew attention away from the church. The church was given all the attention and when somebody made people think of other they church wasn't happy. Due to these secular activities, Copernicus, Newton, and Galileo were punished severely. But later on the church had no choice but to agree with these secular activities because people were going to be drawn away front hem sooner or later.


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

The Scientific Revolution is evidenced in today's society through science and math. Math because Newton invented Calculus. Science because we have telescopes and accurate research about the earth and space. Also because of these intelligent secular people we have parted away from the church but, in good way.