Scientific revolution

Scientific revolution
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  • Copernicus
  • Galileo
  • Newton
  • He was born February 19, 1473, He unfortunately passed away in May 24, 1543.  In 1608-1514 he wrote a manuscript usually called the Commentariolus.  He also told the church about the heliocentric model but the church was no happy.  They made him tell everybody that it was a lie and if he didn't that they would excommunicated him.  He lied and then he as still put on house arrest.
  • Francis Bacon
  • 🥓I can't wait to have bacon.🥓
  • He was born on February 15, 1564.  He was born in  Pista, Italy.  He died on January 8,1642.  He died near florence.  He moved to florence when he was 6 years old.  Galileo was a natural philosopher, astronomer, and mathematician.  He improved the telescope and he invented the thermometer.
  • Church and Scientific Revolution
  •  He was born on December 25,1642.  He died on March 20, 1727.  He born in the hamlet of Woolsthorpe.  He was the only one of a local son of a yeoman.  He was a tiny weak baby and was not supposed to live the first day. Like thousands of other undergraduates, Newton began his higher education by immersing himself in Aristotle’s work.  The “Quaestiones” reveal that he had discovered the new conception of nature.  He laid the foundation for modern physics. He made the 3 laws of motion.
  • Scientific revolution  to today's world.
  • He was born on January 22, 1561.  He died on April 9 1626.  If he were alive he would be 457 years old.  He made the scientific method which was the foundation of modern scientific inquiry.  He got a job as a member for Cornwall in the House of Commons.  He began going to Trinity College, in April 1573.  Bacon left school to work under Sir Amyas Paulet.
  • The church believed that everything goes around the laws of nature.  The church did not like the scientific revolution because people were proving them wrong. At that time the church controlled everyone and everything.  The church even started threatening to excommunicate people if they didn't lie to everyone and say they were wrong.  That's how the church reacted to the scientific revolution.
  • The scientific revolution impacted us present day because we would still think that planets rotate earth and not that planets rotate the sun.  We wouldn't have a telescope.  The scientific revolution helped us is science especially in a astronomy.  We would view the world if it wasn't for Bacon, Newton, Galileo, Copernicus.  
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