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Copernicus He believed that the sun was the center of the universe,that the earth wasnt different from any other planet and that the universe was of staggering sizes. he also challenged circular orbits becuase he was a scientist and based his work on this.
Johannes Kepler he believed that Planetary motion conforms to mathematical formula and that Planets do not move at uniform speeds in their orbits. He was also somewhat of a scientist becuase of this theories on the universe.
Galileo Galilei He was an Early practitioner of the experimental method, he also used the Mathematical formula for acceleration of falling objects, and the Law of inertia. He came up with all of this on his own with a telescope challenging form and matter.
Isaac Newton He also Argued for a universe governed by Natural laws.He believed and created the Principia; mathematical principles of natural philosophy. He to was also a scientist.
Francis Bacon He is known as the Father of the Scientific Revolution. He made The Inductive Method useful knowledge and he also brought forword a new attitude towards nature.
Rene Descartes He brought forth The Deductive Method. He thought that Spatial relationships can be expressed in mathematical formulas.He was known as the Father of "analytical geometry”
Causes of the Scientific Revolution;How did the ren/ref encourage the scientific Rev? they included the Medieval intellectual life and medieval universities,The Italian renaissance,Renewed emphasis on mathematics,Renaissance system of patronage,Navigational problems of long sea voyages, and Better scientific instruments
Consequences of the Scientific RevolutionNew view of universe, earth & so on.. Rise of the scientific community,Royal society of London,Academy of royal sciences,modern scientific method,universe ordered according to natural laws,despiritualized&demystified the universe,Mechanical view of universe and godas cosmic capitalist.
Royal Society of London its a science society to help gather and get better understanding for the universe and natural knowledge
Deism its a supreme being without the need for religion or faith only observation of the natural world around us.
Church’s views of Universe vs. Scientific churches views are of creationism but science says that we evolved over the years as seen in Charles Darwin's theory
Revolution’s view this caused alot of issues between science and church, this time was when people were torn between 2 differnt views on how the universe and how people were created
Scientific Method These are ways for investigating phenomena by getting new knowledge,or changing info we already had.Its made of a the collection of data through observation and experimentation, and the formulation and testing of hypotheses to get new knowledge
Printing Press this made making copies easier, it was a may to mass produce copies of anything you needed such as books, and in this case experiment logs. this marked the growth in society and made things more effective and available to the people
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