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This Is How Isaac Newton Predicted The End Of The World

Isaac Newton is regarded as nothing more or less than one of the finest scientific minds in human history. His pioneering work in physics, including the three laws of motion and his comprehension of the awesome force of gravity, laid the foundations for the field itself. Newton's works are still held in such incredible regard today, which makes the discovery of old writings of his predicting the end of the world all the more troubling...

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    This Is How Isaac Newton Predicted The End Of The World - Grunge

    This Is How Isaac Newton Predicted The End Of The World - Grunge

    Isaac Newton is regarded as nothing more or less than one of the finest scientific minds in human history. His pioneering work in physics, including the three laws of motion and his comprehension of the awesome force of gravity, laid the foundations for the field itself. Newton's works are still held in such incredible regard today, which makes the discovery...

    Why Isaac Newton Once Stuck A Needle In His Eye - Grunge

    Why Isaac Newton Once Stuck A Needle In His Eye - Grunge

    Isaac Newton was absolutely vital to the development of both modern physics and modern math. He single-handedly invented calculus, established a theory of physics so rock-solid that it literally took Einstein to overturn it, and laid the groundwork for optics. He also dabbled in alchemy, biblical history, and served in Parliament. Oh, and once...

    The Dark Side Of Isaac Newton - Grunge

    The Dark Side Of Isaac Newton - Grunge

    We like to think that geniuses are just too damn smart to put a foot wrong in their personal lives. But the fact is, this isn't true. Whether you discover relativity, invent the lightbulb, or, in Isaac Newton's case, discover gravity, you are still human underneath it all, and prone to the same mistakes and irrational behavior that we lesser mortals have to carry around...

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