Argumentative Essay On The Scientific Revolution

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Scientific Revolution

For centuries, great minds have examined the debate of the impact of the Reformation, Scientific Revolution and Explorers between the 16th and 18th centuries.

Many events occurred such as, The Heliocentric Theory. In 1543 Copernicus came up with the theory that the sun was at the center of the universe. Later, in 1616, Galileo’s findings frightened both catholic and protestant leaders because they went against the church’s teachings and authority.

All of these events contributed to the idea that the Scientific Revolution is one of the most important time periods of mankind. Thus, without the Scientific Revolution information about the earth and its solar system would not exist because they came up with many ideas and theories that challenged the Roman Catholic Church and made us want to learn more about our earth. The second reason is that they gave us understand of things such as; gravity, motion and light. Also made solving problems much easier.
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Copernicus came up with idea that the sun was at the center of the universe. Theory is called the Heliocentric Theory. In text and lecture “A Revolutionary Model of The Universe” by, Mcdoughal Littel argues that. “ The HelioCentric Theory although backed up my common, The Geocentric Theory did not accurately explain the move of the sun, moon, and planets… In the early 1500 Copernicus became interested in an old Greek idea that the sun stood center of the universe. after studying planetary movements for more than 25 years, Copernicus reasoned that indeed the stars, the Earth and other planets revolved around the

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