Step 1. Start With A Question. Step 2. Form a Hypothesis Step 3. Analyze the concluded data.
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Nicolaus Copernicus was a Polish astronomer and mathmatician. He proposed the idea of heliocentrism. He also said that the Earth orbits the sun on its own daily axis. He started out as a merchant with a merchant family until he developed the genius ideas of heleocentrism. He was born February 19, 1473 and he died May 24, 1543.
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Francis Bacon was a British lawyer, author,statesman and philosopher! He developed the idea of the Scientific Method, which is a form of hypothesis. He is known as a genius and "ancient" referring that he will never be forgotten. He was born January 22, 1561 and died April 6, 1626.
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Isaac Newton was an English physicist and mathematician! He built the first reflecting telescope and also discovered that we are attracted to Earth by its gravitational pull. He discovered the composition of white light. He was born December 25, 1642 and died March 20, 1727.
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Galileo Galilei was an Italian philosopher, astronomer and mathematician! He studied more about the copernicus theory and shared the results with the church. They didn't like what he said so they punished him by torture and excommunication.nHe was born February 15, 1564 and he died on January 8, 1642.
In the picture above I am illustrating Galileo, Copernicus, Bacon and Newton coming into the church and spreading the word about the truth and their beliefs but the church didn't like what they said and didn't want to believe what they said. Some people understood and agreed with them while others didn't.
The scientific revolution impacts the world today because we use copernicus' heliocentric theory and we also use Galileo's extra information on it. We use Francis Bacon's Scientific Method Theory and Newtons Law of Motion and his discoveries and inventions.