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Scientific Rev - WM

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Isaac Newton Created the three laws of motion. Is considered the father of physics.
Copernicus Wanted to glorify god. Thought the universe revolved around the sun.
Johannes Kepler Considered the posibility that planetary motion can be described with math.
Galileo Galilei Made the formula for the acceleration of falling objects. Made the modern telescope.
Francis Bacon This guy made the scientific method. He had an emphasis on practical, useful knowledge.
Causes of the Scientific Revolution.How did the ren/ref encourage theScientific Revolution? Medieval intellectual life and medieval universities.The Italian renaissance.Renewed emphasis on mathematics.Renaissance system of patronage.Navigational problems of long sea voyages.Better scientific instruments.
Consequences of the Scientific Revolution Rise of the scientific community – Royal Society of London (1662) – Academy of Royal Sciences (1666)The modern scientific method.A universe ordered according to natural laws.
Royal Society of London Was created in 1662 because of a consequence of the Scientific Revolution.
Deism To "De-spirtualize" the universe and how we look apon it. Mechanical view of hte universe.
Church’s views of Universe vs. Scientific Church believed the Earth was the center of the universe while the Scientific community had different opinions like the sun being it or neither being the center.
Revolution’s view This view was meant to be analytical and see the universe with a curious mind. They thought the sun was the center of the universe at first, which was different from the churh.
Scientific Method Is a process to describe a phenomena in nature.
Printing Press Was created in 1440 by Johannes Gutenberg to help the spread of ideas.
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