Galileo offered support for the heliocentric theory, with his experiments concerning motion and his observation of space with his telescope helped support this theory, he was put under house arrest for this study.
We must make hypothesis.
Isaac Newton made the laws of gravity which furthered the laws of motion and continued to to challenge the old theories. Newton discovered that light is made up of all the colors of the rainbow. The university he went was shut down due to the plague, so he studied most of his life by himself and didn't have many friends.
Conflict between the church and the Scientific revolution.
Nicolaus Copernicus was a polish astronomer who proposed that planets orbit the sun not the Earth, this theory is called heliocentric.
How the Scientific Revolution impacts the world today
Some would like to call Francis bacon the father of the scientific method. Francis Bacon was born in London, England. The scientific method is a procedure to test theories. This procedure is to start with a question, then you will form a hypothesis, finally you analyze data and reach a conclusion
One of the mane conflicts that arose between the church and the Scientific Revolution was the difference between scientific thought and traditional religious beliefs during this time. Some of the books and theories that were published also lead to conflict with the church.
How the scientific revolution impacts the world today. Bacon's theories are the main reason why we can make experiments with reliable sources. Newton's laws of gravity help us understand our world better. Without Galileo Copernicus would probably not have all of the credit that he gets. Copernicus helps us understand the way the universe works with reliable facts.