How Did The Printing Press Influence The Scientific Revolution

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Johannes Gutenberg invented the printing press in the 1450s. The printing press printed books faster so that ideas spread throughout the scientific revolution. The printing press had a significant impact on the scientific revolution because it allowed scientists access to more information from previous knowledge and it allowed scientists the ability to publish their ideas for other scientists.

Scientists had access to get knowledge from previous findings because of the printing press. In "Isaac Newton's Bookshelf" he gained new knowledge from reading books from previous scientists. He got his information from previous ideas because the printing press printed previous scientist's findings for him to read. Newton got his information from reading

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