changes over time

whats was the scientific revolution?

this was a time when people mostly scientists would begin to question why things happened and decided not to believe in the so called "truth" and as such things began to happen such as earth not being the center of the universe instead we knew that we were one of the many thing just in space orbiting our sun in our galaxy

geocentric theory

this theory is the thought that the earth was the center of the universe instead of the thought that we are just a tiny spec in the whole universe and as this disproved people were stunned i think that people believed that the earth was the center if the universe because on a planet so vast and stunning you want to feel amazing that you got the privileged to live on this planet nobody but you and people like you

some important people

Galileo eventually died

the scientific method

  • Ask a Question
  • Do Background Research
  • Construct a Hypothesis
  • Test Your Hypothesis by Doing an Experiment
  • Analyze Your Data and Draw a Conclusion
  • Communicate Your Result as seen this is the method we learn in our middle school classes and so on as also seen it was stood the test of time from the 17th century to our own 21st century

impact on natural sciences

as far as we need to know is that we are lucky because we could be born alot different from how we look now we could all by now have cleft pallets or some other misshape this revolution is the reason we all are who we are today

the impact on physics

physics is important because we all see it as if taken for granted most of the cool things we see are that was because of this great discovery like balancing a bottle of coke on some acrobatic forks

changes in chemistry

most modern day chemistry was just a hit then a miss back then but know that they left us some good basics to what us as people have to learn in high school I would personally say that they as a group have thrown us into the marvelous world of today and not left us in the shadows of yesterday as far as great chemist go back then it seems they all did great work it would seem wrong to include some and leave out all of our other great friends

isaac newton

this man was a genius after have been able to explain why things fall down not up he went on to make his own laws for example an object at rest wishes to stay at rest then after that he went on to discover calculus then he explained light and he is known by some people as a scientific demigod and he is the sole reason we propelled away from medieval times