The scientific revolution is a period in history, where many scientific inventions have emerged. It explains the progress of science. These are not limited to a continuous and linear accumulation of knowledge, they are concretized on the contrary by major social phenomena where a new vision of the world replaces another, considered obsolete because of its scientific inefficiency. The pioneers of this revolution are: Galileo, Bacon, Descartes, Newton, Copernicus, Kepler, Einstein revolutionized astronomy and physics; Claude Bernard, Darwin, Watson, revolutionized medicine and biology (The Scientific Revolution: C. 1600-1750). The idea of a scientific revolution appears with the history of science itself, in XVIII. These different scientists and their inventions have allowed America to grow faster than the rest of the world. Without this revolution, America would have been at the level of third world countries because, in my opinion, the main wealth of America is science, technology and also education. In the end I will say that without the scientific revolution America would not have had all these hospitals, its motor vehicles, its infrastructures and its transports which make of them one of the greatest world powers.

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