Scientific Revolution
Updated: 1/28/2020
Scientific Revolution
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  • Hello! I am Copernicus, I came up with the theory that the Earth is NOT the center of the universe, the sun is. My theory caused a revolution the brought forth many discoveries. The scientific revolution brought forth change in the way people thought because it allowed them to discover things on their own instead of trusting everything the Pope says.
  • Hello! I am Galileo, I am the man that proved your theory about the sun to be true! My discovery and your theory helped explain why their were seasons and different time zones. I have a question, how is the Scientific Revolution a change in both science and thought?
  • Hello there Sir Isaac! My name is Robert Boyle, I am the father of chemistry! My discoveries helped to prove that if we perform experiments in different environments, the products will be different. And I have an answer! New ideas may bring doubt and fear into some people, but mostly, new ideas help change people's lives in a society by giving people newer more accurate ways of doing things.
  • Hello! My name is Isaac Newton. I discovered gravity and the law of motion. My discoveries helped change the way the world works by proving that there is a stronger power holding us down than just our feet. Otherwise we'd just be floating around in space. I have a question, how does a new idea transform a society, and what are the risks of accepting such ideas?
  • Hello Miss Curie! My name is Louis Pasteur, I am a French biologist, microbiologist and chemist renowned for his discoveries of the principles of vaccination. I have a question, In what ways was the Scientific Revolution a continuation of Renaissance thinking?
  • Hello Mr. Pasteur! I am Marie Curie, I am a physicist, famous for her work on radioactivity and twice a winner of the Nobel Prize. The Scientific Revolution took place in Europe towards the end of the Renaissance period and continued through the late 18th century, influencing the intellectual social movement known as the Enlightenment.
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