Isaac Newton Research Paper

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On the 25th of December in 1642, Isaac Newton began his glorious life prematurely. Newton managed to surprise everyone with surviving when it was least expected from him. He entered this world in Woolsthorpe-by-Colsterworth, United Kingdom. During his childhood, he grew up with his grandmother, Margery Blythe, after his father died and his mother abandoned him. As a result of this abandonment, Isaac grew up despising his mother and stepfather, often making threats of burning them. Despite his disputes, he showed high intelligence at a young age. Isaac began to show a high interest in the science of things. He began to make elaborate systems of sundials that were the most accurate found. He began a career as a farmer as Hannah Ayschough, his …show more content…

In 1665, Newton returned home, and began to enter the most productive portion of his lifetime. In 1671, Newton began experimenting with theories and practices, and resulted in him recreating the lens of a telescope, he created lenses with mirrors, which was never done before. He began to study alchemy in 1679. These studies helped him create his most known work of theories of gravity. Isaac Newton, being as intelligent as he was, made these marvelous discoveries and advancements that will always be remembered. He had been one of the few to create a theory for calculus. After two years of writing and over twenty years of thought process, he published The Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica, a book consisting of his theories of calculus, laws of motion, and the first rigorous account of a theory of gravity. This book became revolutionary in the mathematical and scientific world. In 1712, it was discovered officially that Newton was the creator of calculus. Although Newton was a brilliant man, he was most often mentally fragile. He would most commonly pose threats to many who Newton would criticize

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