Doc from Back to the Future invited Newton to the 21st century to have a conference about his history on the 70th floor in the Rockefeller Center.
Hey, what's up? I am doc. You've heard me right. Doc from Back from the Future, and I'm here to visit my friend, NEWTON.
Hey, doc, I'm NEWTON. Nice to meet you, scientist from the 21st Century...
Born on December 25th of 1642 (Don't ask how many presents I got that day...), Newton was born in Woolsthorpe, England and died at the age of 84 in March of 1724. He was an English Physicist and Mathematician in the time of the Renaissance, during the Scientific Revolution. He studied physics (in the area of light, and his three laws of motion), astronomy (the planets) and mathematics (calculus). But more interesting than that is that Newton spent more time on religion than science! And yes, luckily, the Pope of that time had approved these laws (YES!). To this day, we study his three laws of motion in physics class, and turns out, it is scientifically proven. That's why it is a law of motion.
Ok, doc. I'll take your leave.
Hmm...no wonder he discovered the three laws of motion...
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