Sir Isaac Newton (25 December 1642 – 20 March 1726/27) was an English mathematician, physicist, astronomer, alchemist, theologian, and author who was described in his time as a natural philosopher.

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Mistranslation of Newton's First Law Discovered after Nearly 300 Years

Conclusive Evidence for Modified Gravity: Collapse of Newton’s and Einstein’s Theories in Low Acceleration

Newton’s first law appears to break down in the quantum realm

Centuries on, Newton’s gravitational constant still can’t be pinned down

The Limits of Genius review: What made Newton and Einstein stupid?

Harnessing Energy Waves: Smart Material Prototype Challenges Newton’s Laws of Motion

Smart material prototype challenges Newton's laws of motion

The forgotten maths genius who laid the foundations for Isaac Newton | Astronomy

A Doodle Reveals da Vinci’s Early Deconstruction of Gravity: Long before Galileo and Newton used superior mathematics to study a fundamental natural force, Leonardo calculated the gravitational constant with surprising accuracy

From 1812-1814, Joseph Fraunhofer studied the spectrum of solar light passing through a thin slit and recorded 500 dark lines. Newton missed seeing dark lines in 1666 because he shone light from the whole solar disk through a circular hole into his prisms

Sketches Hint Leonardo da Vinci Grasped Gravity a Century Ahead of Newton

Lopsided star cluster may disprove Newton and Einstein, controversial new study claims

Lopsided star cluster may disprove Newton and Einstein, controversial new study claims

Newton's law of universal gravitation is challenged by controversial new astrophysics discovery

Are Newton’s Laws of Gravity Wrong: Observation Puzzles Researchers

What makes Newton's laws work? Here's the simple trick.

What Actually Happens If You Shoot a Ball at a Newton’s Cradle?

Sir Isaac Newton: Quotes, facts & biography

Dogs notice when computer animations violate Newton’s laws of physics

Eunice Newton Foote The Woman Who Predicted Climate Change 165 Years Ago