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Isaac Newton (1642-1727)
Isaac Newton was probably Britain's greatest-ever scientist. Born in Lincolnshire (in the year the greatest man of science before him, Galileo, had died), Newton was Cambridge-educated, and cut himself off from the world when the plague hit England in the 1660s, and then began to study, in earnest, gravitational theories. He was a mathematical genius, and the world of science wasn't to see a man of his ilk again until Einstein.

- Paul Rance/

~Isaac Newton, Andrew Mott (Translator)
Prometheus Books UK
Paperback - June 1, 1995
Opticks: Or Treatise of the Reflections, Inflections and Colours of Light (Great Minds S.)
~Sir Isaac Newton
Prometheus Bks.,U.S.
Paperback - August 1, 2003
Newton's Apple: Isaac Newton and the English Scientific Renaissance
~Peter Aughton
Weidenfeld Nicolson Illustrated
Hardcover - June 12, 2003
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Isaac Newton
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Mordechai Feingold
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Carl Djerassi

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