Sir Issac Newton Story Board That
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On January 4th 1643 Sir Isaac Newton was born in Woolsthorpe Manor United Kingdom
During Newtons long life, he discovered universal gravitation, developed the three laws of motion and developed the mathematical composition of calculus.
In 1687 Newton published some books based off of his interests: mathematics and science. Newton was a Physicist and Mathematician after all.
From 1668 the British scientist Newton created the Newtonian telescope using a concave mirror and a second flat diagonal mirror.
The church honored Sir Isaac Newton because he was the most influential scientist of the 17th century. The church truly respected Newton in that Alexander the pope wrote a speech to distribute the fame Newton brought to the world at his funeral in 1727.
When Newton's life came to an end in 1727, he truly influenced the age of exploration in that he led to new discovers that could be further examined such as his development of calculus. Also, Sir Isaac Newtons's ideas are still relevant and true today.
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