What was the change?
Before the scientific revolution a.k.a the middle ages the church and religion dominated society.The church influenced everyone's thoughts on the world and intellectually. "As the church decided on scientific theories that were not to be challenged,people only focused on proving the truth, instead of discovering new knowledge."(blogspot.com). People only believed in the geocentric model before the scientific revolution. When the scientific revolution came around everything started to change. People started to make new discoveries and improve on theories and technology.
Who were the people associated with the change?
How did the change impact society at the time?
There were many discoveries involving technology which made it easy to buy and sell products. Philosophers were able to figure out different secrets of nature and the universe. However the religious world during the scientific revolution wasnt to happy that some of the new discoveries conflicted with their beliefs and the bible. They would threaten to torture you if you didn't stop your research, they would make you sign a paper stating that your research was heresy,or even put you under house arrest until you died.
How is that change evidenced in today's modern society?
The Scientific Revolution changed the way people thought about the world. It has helped explain how the world and the universe work. "the Scientific Revolution change mankind social and economic struture as well as awareness(bookrags.com)." We now have the scientific method given to us by Roger Bacon. We have an improved telescope which let's us see all of outer space given to us by Galileo. We now know that the sun is the center of the universe and not the earth which was given to us by Nicoloaus Copernicus. The scientific revolution had helped us improve on technology which helps us find new discoveries. So there are many different ways that the scientific revolution is evidenced in today's society. The scientific revolution has changed the way we think and act on the world.