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Explain the causes and the effects of the Scientific revolution.
A major change; turning point
New way of thinking about the natural world based on careful observation and a willingness to
Theory that the sun is at the center of the universe
View which held that the earth was the center of the universe
Scientist who was forced by the Catholic Church to take back scientific ideas that disagreed with the church's view
Logical procedure for gathering and testing ideas
Involves: Observing, Experimentation, Conclusion, and Theories
Scientist who discovered laws of motion and gravity
*Newtons laws of Motion
1. What was the Scientific Revolution?
During the 1500's the Scientific Revolution was a new way of thinking about the Universe.
2. What old belief about the universe did the new discoveries destroy?
The new discoveries of the Sun being the center of the universe and that the earth revolves around the Sun destroyed the old belief of the earth being the center of the universe.
3. What thinkers helped advance the use of the scientific method?
Francis Bacon, Galileo, Copernicus and Isaac Newton
4. How did the science of medicine change?
The science of medicine changed because they started to study the human body and draw the different systems and how the heart pumps blood as well as inventions of vaccines.
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