Was there really a “scientific revolution” in the seventeenth century? Discuss

Was there really a “scientific revolution” in the seventeenth century? Discuss
your answer in terms of what
historians have said about developments in a
specific discipline such as astronomy or in the work of a
specific figure such
as Copernicus or Galileo. What kind of story does the “Scientific Revolution”
tell? Is it a
“Whig history?” And if so, whose interest does it serve?