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Copernicus was really just a theory if you asked me i would just say he was just an inspector and he did not do much but just sit and watch and give ideas. i mean what can you really do he was just a theroy but i will tell you a little bit about him. The theory of Copernicus was revolutionary because at the time, people believed the Earth was the center of the solar system instead of the Sun.
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Gaillio was a scientest and he came up with new inventions and after some of his challenges that he attempted did not work out so well and he was evantually put on house arrest towards the end of his life. went to court he never got out.
conflicts between the church and scientific revolution
Newton was also a scientest Born in England, he had something called the law of gravirty the laws of motion and continued the challenge of old theories. it says that every particle attracts every other particle in the universe with a force which is directly proportional to the product of their masses which is saying that he made it up and really proportional to the square of the distance between their centers. of there.
scientific revolution impacts the world today
The scientific method was very big to the contribution of the time period. it was the logical procedure to test theories that included lots of things like if it began or started with a question or analaze the data of text found
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was born out of theadvanceents made in the areas of scienceand math in the late 1500 s and early 1600 s truths and new research challengedprevious thought processes and studies faith reasoning instead of placing their beliefs in These scientists began using reason or logical Catholic Church and the orthodox teachings of the Roman Scientists began to question ancient theories. Before and during the Scientific Revolution, the Roman Catholic Church was a powerful force. Before the birth and growth of science, everyone looked up to the Church and believed all Church teachings and beliefs. After the birth and growth of science, conflicts between science and the Church arose. significant conflict arose between scientific thought and traditional religiousbeliefs during this time the church The theories and books that were published also led to significant conflict with
The Scientific Revolution was a time and a place of lots of improvements and change for our ways of thinking and how our world was run. People before then had their religion dominate their lives and had a hard time transitioning to believing the facts the scientists discovered and proven. The discoveries made weren't usually trusted or believed until years or decades later.and that was along time The time frame for the Scientific Revolution was between the lives of Nicholas Copernicus and Isaac Newton, even though people were still making discoveries afterwards. The Scientific Revolution was followed by the Enlightenment, which lasted until 1800
Let me tell you a little bit about how the scientific revolution impacts are world today