The Scientific Revolution
Section 1: New Scientific Ideas
- During the late 1500's and early 1600's, scholars and scientists increasingly realized the importance of experimentation and mathematics to scientific advances. This realization helped bring about a revolution in science.
- The great Italian scientist Galileo stressed the need for carefully controlled experiments. In his research, Galileo used observation and mathematical analysis as he looked for cause and effect relationships among natural events.
- He recognized that experimentation could lead to the discovery of new principles.…
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