11 Things You Didn’t Know About The Crazy Genius Isaac Newton

An Introduction to some of the crazy beliefs that you probably did not know about the famous scientist, Isaac Newton.

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Source: anglotopia.net

He was fond of the book of Revelations and obsessed with the literal measurements of the Temple of Solomon, as portrayed in the Bible.

Newton boasted about writing his already complicated work Principia Mathematica in Latin, so that it would be less accessible to the vulgar (“laypeople”).

Forgers are similar to people that paraphrase or quote without giving credit to the source.

If you want to read more about Isaac Newton, I recommend my source: An Essay by Christopher Hitchens, titled Isaac Newton: Flaws of Gravity. This essay was taken from his collection of essays Arguably.

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Source: goodreads.com

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