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KC 1.5 The Scientific Revolution

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Transcript of KC 1.5 The Scientific Revolution

5.1 The Scientific Revolution
Dawn of Modern Science
Discoveries in Astronomy, Physics, and Math
Discoveries in Biology and Chemistry
Science and Society
1500-1700
1. Before the Scientific Revolution
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2. In the Beginning
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3. Scientific Method
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1. Nicolaus Copernicus
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2. Galileo Galilei
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3. Isaac Newton
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1. Andreas Vesalius
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2.William Harvey
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3. New Inventions and ideas
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1. Science influences Society
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Church influenced people's knowledge
ancient scholars formed the base of new knowledge
scholars challenged current beliefs
Exploration required more advanced tools
examination of natural world did not match ancient teachings
Scientific method (H,E,R,A)
Rene Descartes- used math and logic
Polish Astronomer, heliocentric theory
earth rotates around the sun
English scientist, Newton's Laws of Gravity
movements of the planets, invented calculus
Italian Scientist, first working telescope
helped prove Copernicus work
Flemish (German), dissected bodies
bacteria, cells, microorganisms
microscope
English, explained the heart and circulatory system
published drawings
new knowledge challenged the Church's teachings
science (to an extent) begins to be accepted by the Church
conflicts between church and scientists
RESPOND: Discuss the state of knowledge in Europe leading up to the Scientific Revolution.
RESPOND: Discuss why the Church might be against these new discoveries.
RESPOND: Discuss the impact of new discoveries in Biology and Chemistry, and the benefits this would have on the world.
SUMMARIZE: Summarize the notes into a single paragraph. Make sure to discuss only the important details.

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