Oct 31, 1451
Christopher Columbus and Amerigo Vesucci1451- Christopher Columbus(August 22/ October 31,1451) and Amerigo Vespucci(March 9,1542) are born; explorers
Period: Oct 31, 1451 to
Dec 9, 1486
The Malleus MalificarumThe Malleus Malificarum was published as an influential guidebook to identifying witches and bringing them to punishment.
Feb 24, 1494
Giovani Pico della MirandolaGiovani Pico della Mirandola(1463-1494) attacks practical magic, especially astronomy, as it calls into questions taditional human notions of free will; underminded the authority of Aristotle.
May 25, 1543
The Revolution of Heavenly SpheresOne of the main causes for the start of the Scienfic Revolution
Nicolaus Copernicus wrote this book on anatomy that changed the perspective of many people
Telescope inventedThe telescope was introduced into the astronomy world via Galileo, who was the first to see craters on the moon. The invention of the telescope expanded exploration of the stars and knowledge.
Thirty Years WarWar breaks out
Heliocentric TheoryTheory that the Earth and planets revovled around the sun.
Established by Coernicus
Sir Isaac NewtonIsaac Newton was born in 1642 in a manor house in Lincolnshire.
The sceientific revolution ended with Newtons death.
He was a mathacian, astronomer, english phycist, and great scientist.
Laws of MotionFirst law: an object will remain at reast, unless acted on by an unbalanced force.
Second law: acceleration is produced when a facts on a mass.
Third law: for every action there is a reaction.
Observations Upon the PropheciesNewton's Observation Upon the Prophecies is published in London; 11 copies printed.