what is the significance of the scientific revolution to the study of history ?

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The scientific revolution was an important period of time that took place from the end of the Renaissance and lasted until the 18th century in Europe. The scientific revolution led drastic changes in the way the world was conceived and how humans ordered their universe and understood the world around them. The growth in empiricism, mathematics, astronomy, physics, biology, and many other scientific fields began the process of human kind gaining greater insight into the world around them in a way that was in line with empirical knowledge and the scientific method. The scientific revolution laid the groundwork for the creation of all scientific inquiry that came after this period of time. 

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