Scientific Revolution By: Giselle Davis
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Galileo has discovered Jupiter and that he invented many things one of them being a telescope.
Francis Bacon served as attorney general and Lord Chancellor of England, accomplished the baconian method, which makes him "the father of the scientific method."
Conflicts Between The Church and Scientific Revolution
Isaac Newton discovered the 3 main laws of motion. His achievements was he discovered gravity and invented the reflecting telescope.
How did the scientific revolution impact on the world today?
Nicolaus Copernicus he came up with the heliocentric theory one of his achievements was he was the chancellor of the formbork Cathedral chapter.
Conflict arose between scientific thought and traditional religious beliefs. Theories and books also led to conflict. Scientists, like, Galileo were called to stop their views and reaffirm these of the church or be excommunicated.
Without the scientific revolution we wouldn't have known these scientists or inventors we wouldn't have the products we have today. We wouldn't even know the Scientific Revolution. Without it, we wouldn't know Newton's Laws Of Motion or a reflecting telescope built by Johann Kepler or the scientific method.
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