The Scientific Revolution

Leonardo T. 5th

What was the change?

When people first started to see what they were doing & how they were making & improving telescopes to look at whats out in space they started to question the church & there religion. When the people questioned the church it started to change the church because people stopped coming & the people of the church started to lose faith in God. When this happened the church wanted to stop this conflict so they asked one of the scientist to stop he rejected & the church put him on house arrest & sadly he died of starvation. But thanks to them we now we now more about our world & how it works, we also know more about outer space & because of that information we even got to put people on our moon.

Who were the people associated with the change?

How did the change impact society at the time?

People began to question old beliefs & thought that humans could accomplish anything.

People also began to question the ideas of the Roman catholic church, Nicolaus Copernicus proposes the heliocentric theory. Johannes Kepler then proved Copernicus heliocentric theory & proposed that planets move in orbits.

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

We now know more about the planets & other things that are out in space & not just the things on earth. If these important men haven't found out about these discoveries then we may not have all the technology & knowledge we know about today. Even now we use some of their research to help us to build them better.