Sir Isaac Newton: One Of The World's Greatest Mind

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Isaac Newton was a very famous scientist, astronomer, philosopher, physicist, and mathematician. He lived from 1643 through 1727 and had a very memorable lifespan.Isaac newton was most known for is law of gravitation and is his contribution to the science world. In the 17th century, Isaac Newton was credited as one of the most greatest minds. Isaac newton was an honorable man as he was knighted by Queen Anne of England which changed his name to Sir Isaac Newton. Isaac Newton was an introvert all his life. He was very secretive and protective with his work and personal life even after becoming rich and famous. Isaac Newton was also very insecure about his work even after being labeled as one of the world 's greatest minds. Sir Isaac Newton was also very depressed and had many mental breakdowns. Sir Isaac Newton became involved with science exploration when he was attending Cambridge University. He would read many books on philosophers and found what they had to say fascinating. He was also very influenced by Galileo who was an italian polymath. Sir Isaac Newton overall just found science very interesting and wanted to learn more about it. Without Sir Isaac Newton 's interest in science we wouldn 't know anything about modern…show more content…
Newton has discovered and proven many great concepts throughout his lifetime that he needs more credit for. His research about the three laws of motion was “still recited by physics students”(livescience.com). “During his lifetime Newton developed the theory of gravity, the laws of motion (which became the basis for physics), a new type of mathematics called calculus, and made breakthroughs in the area of optics such as the reflecting telescope.”(ducksters.com). Newton was overall a very important scientist, philosopher, astronomer, and mathematician that explained gravity which is a fundamental concept of
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