Nick G. Second period
How did the change impact society at the time.
What was the change
The scientific revolution was the point in time when people began to explore the wonders of astronomy, mathematics, science, and philosophy. For example, there were philosophers that studied and question the natural world around them. This is because people began to wonder whether what they were led to believe was true. This is why philosophers began to prove everything that they thought to be true, is false. Ultimately after the scientific revolution, people throughout Europe began to see the real church.
Who were the people associated with the change?
How is that change evidenced in today's modern society?
Galileo Galilei made many inventions during the scientific revolution era. For example he created the telescope and the thermometer. This is because he wanted to creat things at the time and he was curios about the stars. This shows how he helped to contribute to the scientific revolution. Clearly he left a great foot mark in the scientific community.
Nicolaus Copernicus invented the heliocentric theory during the scientific revolution. For example, he wanted to know how the stars and planets orbited. This because at the time he people believed in geocentric ; which is were the sun and planets revolve around the earth. This shows how he was associated with the scientific revolution. Fortunately, he contributed to the scientific community.
Isaac Newton invented the laws of gravity and the laws of motion. For example , he wanted to know how an apple could fall straight down and how if you rolled a ball why did it stop eventually. This is because he was living at the time of the scientific revolution. This shows that was great contributor to the society at the his time. Clearly, he helped scientists out by inventing these laws.