I know that the Earth is heliocentric, I just don't want to be excommunicated.
The sun does not revolve around the Earth? This is CRAZY!
Hmmm.. very interesting.
Sir Isaac Newton
Galileo was born on February 15, 1564. He went to the university of Pisa. In this picture shows Galileo Galilei being on house arrest because he believed in a heliocentric model and so the catholic church said if you don't say you lied about heliocentrism then we will excommunicate you! Galileo also built off of Copernicus' theory that the universe is heliocentric.
There must be an order to do science!
I hope he never finds me...
Copernicus was born on February 19, 1473. In this picture it shows Copernicus finding out that the sun does not revolve around the Earth. This questioned Ptolemy's geocentric theory which means all planets revolve around the Earth.Another accomplishment by Copernicus was he organized a defence for the polish during the siege of Allenstein.
ARGGHHHH! The church is the source of all knowledge you incompetent people!
You people are crazy!! It's just science!
Sir Isaac Newton was born on January 4,1643. For college he went to Trinity college, Cambridge In this picture it shows Sir Isaac Newton discovering the spectrum or how light is many different colors. He learned this through shining light through a prism. Sir Isaac Newton also discovered a lot of other things such as the laws of motion.
Francis Bacon was born on January 22, 1561. For college he went to the university of Cambridge. In this picture it shows Francis Bacon, an man from the UK inventing the scientific method. The scientific method is an orderly search for science that goes in the order, make an observation, conduct research, form hypothesis, test hypothesis, record data, draw conclusion. Another accomplishment by Bacon was he served as attourney general and lord chancellor of England.
The church thought that they were the source of all knowledge and that the scientists were questioning the bible. They were also very political so they arrested some of the scientists, or they punished them.(Torture) For example the church said they would torture Galileo if he did not say he was lying about heliocentrism.
Some effects of the scientific revolution on today is Copernicus' heliocentric model. This is significant because if not for him we would have thought that the sun was orbiting the earth. Another effect was a lot of Sir Isaac Newton's