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Isaac Newton

Summary: It is hard to exaggerate Sir Isaac Newton's contribution to science. He has single handedly explored every aspect of the mathematical and scientific fields known to the world.
A silent, pensive boy, fascinated with elusive concepts, spent days locked in his room; never eating or resting, completely immersed in his studies. This boy, through his diligent hard work and brilliant thoughts, would become a phenomenon. Armed with his new point of view and methods, Isaac Newton, at one swipe, gave a comprehensive account of the whole physical universe. No single intellectual feat in all of history has approached this in brilliance. Even the amazing genius Albert Einstein stated, "Newton is he who has achieved the most imposing feat in the realm of science."

During Isaac's schooling at Cambridge University, a fearsome plague forced the schools closure and, Isaac Newton, still young, returned back to his childhood home of England. Away from his scholarly life he embarked on one of the greatest intellectual adventures in the history of science. A historian writes, "His next eighteen months would...

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