Isaac Newton Discovered the laws of gravity, helped further the laws of motion, figured out that the earth was not perfectly round but flat at the poles, and he continued to challenge old theories. Newton was born December 25, 1642 England and died March 20, 1727
The Scientific Method
1. Begin with a question 2. Form a hypothesis that is then tested through experimentation
3. Analyze the data to reach a conclusion
Galileo discovered that moons orbit Jupiter and also supported Copernicus's idea of a heliocentric universe and discovered craters on the moon. Galileo was born February 15, 1564 in Italy and died January 8, 1642
Conflicts between the church and the scientific revolution
IF YOU DON'T BELIEVE IN OR THE CHURCH SAYS THEN YOU ARE GOING TO JAIL
Copernicus was the first person to come up with the idea that the Earth revolves around the sun (heliocentric theory) and he also discovered that the Earth is a planet which also turns once daily on its own axis. He was born in England on February 19, 1473 and died on May 24, 1543.
How the scientific revolution impacts the world today
Sir Isaac Newton, he discovered it during the scientific revolution. It was an age of discovering
Francis Bacon created the scientific method which helped the scientists prove there theories, he also dicovered . Francis Bacon was born January 22, 1561 in England and died April 9, 1626
The church responded defensively because there political, social, and economic authority was on the line. So they tried to stop the scientists and tried to silence them by not letting them publish their works.
But it's true, the Earth revolves around the sun. I've seen things that prove it
The scientific revolution impacts us today because if it hadn't occurred the church might still have control over the government, and we also might not have the same beliefs that we do today and we might not have discovered a lot of the thing that were discovered during the scientific revolution.