During the 16th and 17th century the Scientific Revolution took off in the hands of scientists and philosophers such as Galileo, Copernicus and Kepler. Their minds alone and toegether has transformed a new way to understand and learn about science in a way that had never been done before. These scientists were not just trying to learn more about science, they were trying to get a better understanding about what it is and how ithas beome. All of their knowledge and skills have been used in such a way to understand how our small world fits into the big universe.

Each of these individuals have found and discovered many different things and explored so many ideas and concepts. However not all of their findings are completley accurate in regards to the Scientific Revolution. These challenges and misteps only created a greater space where more scientist could learn and understand what everything was about. All set backs and new ideas, wrong or not kept encouraging and inspiring many other scientist to create their own ideas and theories about the future of science and how it would effect our world today.

The heliocentric model was first proposed by Nicolaus Copernicus, the idea wher the sun is assumed to lie at a central point of the universe while earth and other planets move around it. His work regarding this has allowed for lots of conversation and ideas to follows his theory. Another theory was the geocentric model, where earth is assumed to be at the center of everything. In this case Copernicus did not agree with this theory. Though he did not agree, he studied and learned more about the idea. The Scientific Revolution was all about scientists creating theories, ideas and conversation about our universe. Argreeing and disagreeing with each other and working together to find other discoveries and ideas is the whole concept behind the Scientific Revolution.