Scientific Revolution (Objective 5 (An astronomical clock was made. (It is…
An astronomical clock was made.
It is a way to track the moon and constellations.
There is a clock that is over 30,000 pieces at a Cathedral in France.
They keep track of movement of other planets.
This clock tracks leap years and sunrises and sunsets.
Copernicus thought the Sun, center of everything.
He went to Italy for schooling in law.
He went to school in Padua and Ferrara.
He was a Polish Astronomer was born in 1473 and died in 1543.
He returned to Poland in 1503.
Scientists discovered that the world would change.
Issac Newton's mother wanted him to be a farmer.
Cogito ergo sum, "I think therefore I am".
When Issac Newton was a professor no one attended his lectures.
Issac Newton served quietly in Parliament.
Scientific Revolution began when the Renaissance ended.
A book produced by Isaac Newton and a book produced by John Locke caused the Enlightenment.
This was also a time of religious innovation.
This time period also had knew scientific discoveries as well as laws and wars.
The Scientific Revolution was a time of inventions and books.
Galileo made the modern day clock.
He improved the invention of the telescope.
He was the father of science and modern physics.
He was put on house arrest by the church.
He proved that speed increased due to the distance of the fall.