For the past few centuries science has been at the forefront as proof for the ways of the natural world. Scientists for this entire time have been making new discoveries and theories.
However, there was a time that some skeptics have considered an era of producing invalid science. During the years of the 16th and 17th century, the common idea of the scientific revolution was a time of vast and far new discoveries in science, however today, it is now scrutinized for the validity of the information.

The 16th and 17th centuries were a time of many scientists and philosophers thinking they have found new natural phenomena, however it is now being questioned on whether or not the information was true. According to Steven Shapin, early natural philosopher discovered new laws of the universe and create new theories such as the Heliocentric Theory. This then led scientists of the 16th and 17th centuries to finding new discoveries that they thought were true through their own tests and observation. Although these claims were widely thought to be true at the time, nowadays is in under fire for its validity. It was show that the scientific process was not as clear and precise as it is today, and that is leading many scientists to think that the information from this time is not completely right or false altogether.

The Scientific Revolution was thought to be a time of great advancements in both natural world an science altogether. The scientists of this time may hove thought there information was valid and precise, but the new stronger and more accurate processes of today overshadow the thoughts of the past. People of the past viewed their science as explaining why the world was the way it is. But the science of today proves to be better and more valid for explain the natural laws of the world.