How Did Science Contributed To The Scientific Revolution

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We are living in a state of constant scientific revolution. There is not a single area that you can name that is now seen as it was seen a hundred years ago. Nothing is left of the world view of one hundred years ago. The Scientific Revolution was a period of time between the fifteenth, sixteenth, and seventeenth centuries in which the emergence of modern science transformed the views of society. Many discoveries and developments in the areas of mathematics, physics, and astronomy came about after this period because scientists felt like they needed to be improved. Many advancements in science occurred during the Scientific Revolution and we can thank the scientists that were involved. During the Scientific Revolution many scientists contributed to the scientific…show more content…
To begin with, Copernicus is by far one of the most important in the Scientific Revolution because he basically started it off. Before Copernicus, Ptolemy believed that the Earth was the center of the universe and all of the planets including the sun and the moon revolved around it. Moreover, according to Copernicus, what appeared to be the movement of the sun and the fixed stars around the earth was really explained by the daily rotation of the earth on it’s axis and the journey of the earth around the sun each year. Copernicus made some research and he found out that Ptolemy was incorrect. Copernicus contradicted Ptolemy’s ideas about the earth being the center of the universe because he made some research and found out that the sun was actually the center of the universe. He raised serious questions and he put Aristotle 's principle of existence to
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