The Scientific Revolution and its impact on Modern Science

The Scientific Revolution was a period of research and discovery in the fields of science, mathematics, physics, astronomy, biology and chemistry that resulted in major changes in the European world. The revolution was spearheaded by scientists such as Galileo Galilei who made significant discoveries in astronomy and Isaac Newton who made advances in the laws of gravity. Essentially, the Scientific Revolution was a period of significant change because it caused a shift in how people conceptualized the world and paved the way for modern science. 

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