## The Ocean of Truth

**Author:** Joyce McPherson

**Publisher:** Greenleaf Press (TN)

**Published:** 1997-04-01

**Total Pages:** 137

**ISBN-13:** 9781882514502

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## Life of sir Isaac Newton [tr. by sir H.C. Elphinstone].

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## Isaac Newton

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## Memoirs of the Life, Writings and Discoveries of Sir Isaac Newton

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## Discovering Nature's Laws

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## The Life of Sir Isaac Newton

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**Author:** Joyce McPherson

**Publisher:** Greenleaf Press (TN)

**Published:** 1997-04-01

**Total Pages:** 137

**ISBN-13:** 9781882514502

**Author:** Tom King

**Publisher:** Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

**Published:** 2017-10-28

**Total Pages:** 72

**ISBN-13:** 9781979219945

Isaac Newton is considered one of the most important scientists in history. Even Albert Einstein said that Isaac Newton was the smartest person that ever lived. During his lifetime Newton developed the theory of gravity, the laws of motion (which became the basis for physics), a new type of mathematics called calculus, and made breakthroughs in the area of optics such as the reflecting telescope. In 1687 Newton published his most important work called the Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica (which means "Mathematical principals of Natural Philosophy"). In this work he described the three laws of motion as well as the law of universal gravity. This work would go down as one of the most important works in the history of science. It not only introduced the theory of gravity, but defined the principals of modern physics. Read the book to learn more about the surprising story of his life and work. "I do not know what I may appear to the world, but to myself I seem to have been only like a boy playing on the seashore, and diverting myself in now and then finding a smoother pebble or a prettier shell than ordinary, whilst the great ocean of truth lay all undiscovered before me." - Isaac Newton Buy Now and Read the True Story of Isaac Newton

**Author:** Anita Croy

**Publisher:** Raintree

**Published:** 2020-12

**Total Pages:** 65

**ISBN-13:** 1398201324

Born in 1642, Sir Isaac Newton is famous for creating the foundations of modern science and our understanding of how the universe works. Newton's remarkable range of discoveries include gravity, the three 'Laws of Motion' that form the basis of modern physics, and a new type of maths called calculus. This book looks at Newton's life and work, and shows how his discoveries both changed society at the time and influenced people in the future.

**Author:** Jean Baptiste Biot

**Publisher:**

**Published:** 1829

**Total Pages:** 40

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**Author:** Mitch Stokes

**Publisher:** Thomas Nelson

**Published:** 2010-03-01

**Total Pages:** 192

**ISBN-13:** 1418555290

In this Christian Encounter Series biography, author Mitch Stokes explores the life of Isaac Newton, the man behind the atomic theory. As an inventor, astronomer, physicist, and philosopher, Isaac Newton forever changed the way we see and understand the world. At one point, he was the world’s leading authority in mathematics, optics, and alchemy. And surprisingly he wrote more about faith and religion than on all of these subjects combined. But his single-minded focus on knowledge and discovery was a great detriment to his health. Newton suffered from fits of mania, insomnia, depression, a nervous breakdown, and even mercury poisoning. Yet from all of his suffering came great gain. Newton saw the scientific world not as a way to refute theology, but as a way to explain it. He believed that all of creation was mandated and set in motion by God and that it was simply waiting to be “discovered” by man. Because of his diligence in both scientific and biblical study, Newton had a tremendous impact on religious thought that is still evident today.

**Author:** David Brewster

**Publisher:**

**Published:** 1855

**Total Pages:** 516

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**Author:** Laura Purdie Salas

**Publisher:** Millbrook Press

**Published:** 2011-08-01

**Total Pages:** 68

**ISBN-13:** 0761382585

Sir Isaac Newton changed the world with his many discoveries and inventions about mathematics, science, optics, and physics. Although he was brilliant, Newton felt no need to publish his ideas or to inform his fellow scientists of the amazing discoveries he made. Because of this, his discoveries were often disputed. Despite the controversy that often surrounded him, Newton made astounding advances in his efforts to understand how nature worked. His legacy lives on through inventions such as microscopes, eyeglasses, telescopes, and cameras.

**Author:** Sarah Knowles Bolton

**Publisher:**

**Published:** 1889

**Total Pages:** 480

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**Author:** Sarah Dry

**Publisher:** Oxford University Press

**Published:** 2014-04-11

**Total Pages:** 355

**ISBN-13:** 0199354197

When Isaac Newton died in 1727 without a will, he left behind a wealth of papers that, when examined, gave his followers and his family a deep sense of unease. Some of what they contained was wildly heretical and alchemically obsessed, hinting at a Newton altogether stranger and less palatable than the one enshrined in Westminster Abbey as the paragon of English rationality. These manuscripts had the potential to undermine not merely Newton's reputation, but that of the scientific method he embodied. They were immediately suppressed as "unfit to be printed," and, aside from brief, troubling glimpses spread across centuries, the papers would remain hidden from sight for more than seven generations. In The Newton Papers, Sarah Dry illuminates the tangled history of these private writings over the course of nearly three hundred years, from the long span of Newton's own life into the present day. The writings, on subjects ranging from secret alchemical formulas to impassioned rejections of the Holy Trinity, would eventually come to light as they moved through the hands of relatives, collectors, and scholars. The story of their disappearance, dispersal, and rediscovery is populated by a diverse cast of characters who pursued and possessed the papers, from economist John Maynard Keynes to controversial Jewish Biblical scholar Abraham Yahuda. Dry's captivating narrative moves between these varied personalities, depicting how, as they chased the image of Newton through the thickets of his various obsessions, these men became obsessed themselves with the allure of defining the "true" Newton. Dry skillfully accounts for the ways with which Newton's pursuers have approached his papers over centuries. Ultimately, The Newton Papers shows how Newton has been made and re-made throughout history by those seeking to reconcile the cosmic contradictions of an extraordinarily complex man.

**Author:** David Brewster

**Publisher:**

**Published:** 1831

**Total Pages:** 400

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