Scientific Revolution

Deanna P. 6th

What was the change?

A major change in European thought,starting in mid 1500's, in which the study of the natural world began to be characterized by careful observations and the questioning of accepted beliefs.

Who were the people associated with the change?

How did the change impact society at the time?

Due to Galileo Galilel's discovery ,there was a major controversy. At this point in time people believed that everything(including the Sun) revolved around the Earth.Galileo proved that theory was wrong,He was convicted for this.

Due to Nicolaus Copernicus discoveries,this made other scientist at this time start to question how the Earth works and everything outside of the Earth.

Due to Johannes Kepler's discovery the people found out about tides and about how the Sun actually has an axis,

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

Galileo Galilel's discovery helped us today figure out about the Moon phases and we started studying the Moon more.Also we developed the telescope

Niocalus Copernicus made it possible for the scientist today to actually figure out things on Earth,

Johannes Kepler's discovery made it possible for us to study tides more and also how the Moon affects it