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Physicist and mathematician Sir Isaac Newton born on January 4th, 1643 in Woolsthorpe, England. He was most famous for creating the gravitational law and his laws of motion. He revolutionized the world of physics with his great discoveries. With his great discoveries Newton developed what we know as modern physics. His famous book Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica has been the most influential book on physics. He died on March 31st, 1727 in London, England at age 84.
There once was a man under a tree
Oh, that man was me
An apple fell on my head
That apple was cherry red
This moment made me think with awe
About the gravitational law.
Motion was in sight
It even came in forms of flight
I wonder how that could happen
It was confusing as one hand clappin’
I put in a lot of devotion
And created 3 laws of motion.
1.An object will stay at rest
Unless acted upon by an unbalanced guest
2.The force is equivalent to
Mass x Acceleration, that’s something new
3.For every action there’s an opposite re-action
Wow, these laws are easy as subtraction
Then I created calculus
Which I did with smart analysis
It is a set of instructions
To do certain functions
Mathematics is wonderful
It always brings me to it with a pull
It even helped me talk about planetary motion
That’s why people thought I was a magical potion
There once was a man under a tree…
Sir Isaac Newton was born on January 4th, 1643 in Woolsthorpe, England. He was the son of a farmer who died 3 months after he was born, after that his mother married someone else and left Isaac with his maternal grandma, which made Isaac feel insecure. When he was 12 he was reunited with his mother when her second husband died and she brought 3 children with her. At school, he found interest in chemistry but his mother pulled him out to be a farmer, but soon went back to school. His uncle persuaded his mother to enroll him in Cambridge university which he did. He got a scholar and 4 years of financial support for future education, but soon the black plague came to Cambridge forcing the university to shut down, but Newton continued with private studies. It was during this time that he helped in the making of calculus, theory of light and colour, created the 3 laws of motion, and gained insight on planetary motion.
Sir Isaac Newton was a physicist and mathematician who turned the physics world upside down after his great discoveries. His most famous discovery is the gravitational law which states that all particles attract to every other particle in the universe using a force we call gravity. His second most famous discovery were his 3 laws of motion. 1. An object at rest will stay at rest unless acted upon by an unbalanced force 2. The force is equivalent to mass times acceleration (F=ma) 3. For every action, there is an opposite and equal re-action. Newton has also created calculus, which is a bunch of formulas, which are instruction to calculate certain things. Sir Isaac Newton has also discovered the theory of light being that white light is a holder of all light and that light is a particle. He has also discovered the true bumpy shape of the earth.
During his free time, he would explore in math, chemistry, physics, philosophy, and astronomy. Sir Isaac Newton was also being very faithful and read the bible, prayed, etc. He did not have many acquaintances because he went under depression and was insecure as well, so he spent a lot of his time alone. Sir Isaac Newton also believed in alchemy and he enjoyed doing so. Most of Sir Isaac Newton’s free time revolved around: math, physics, literature, chemistry, philosophy, astronomy, alchemy and his religion.
Religious and political beliefs
Newton was born in an Anglican family, but when he became an adult he turned to Christianity (Arianism). Newton spent a lot of time in his faith reading his bibles and studying them closely. Newton has written more papers on the bible then on physics. Newton didn’t involve himself much in politics, but once he had to. King Charles II commanded that everyone who taught at places such as Trinity College, where Church of England ministers were trained, must themselves be ordained as Church of England ministers after seven years. This included people such as Newton.
Sir Isaac Newton was a premature baby.
Newton’s book – Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica (Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy), has been called the single most influential book on physics.
He owned more books on historical subjects than on science.
His dog set his laboratory on fire, ruining 20 years of research.
Unlike many scientists, he was a very religious man.
Sir Isaac Newton is considered as one of the most important and greatest scientists of all time.
Newton formulated laws of universal gravitation and motion. Without it, we will not have knowledge on how objects move on Earth. rest
Newton was born in an Anglican family, but when he became an adult he turned to Christianity (Arianism). Newton spent a lot of time in his faith reading his bibles and studying them closely. Newton has written more papers on the bible then on physics. Newton didn’t involve himself much in politics, but once he