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Robert Hooke

Summary: Robert Hooke was probably the single greatest experimental scientist to come out of the seventeenth century. He was one of the most diverse of all scientist of his time contributing major findings to almost all fields of science.
ROBERT HOOKE

Have you ever thought about what Robert Hooke looks like? Well if you have you will have to use your imagination, because there is no known picture of him in existence. This seems strange since many biographers have said that Robert Hooke was probably the single greatest experimental scientist to come out of the seventeenth century. He was one of the most diverse of all scientist of his time contributing major findings to almost all fields of science.

There is not much written about Hooke's early life. We do know that he was born on July 18, 1635 in England and died March 3, 1703 in London. He was educated by his father, John, until the age of thirteen when his father committed suicide by hanging himself. At that time Robert was admitted to Westminster School. At Westminster, he lodged with the headmaster, Dr. Richard Busby, who saw Hooke's great...

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