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Isaac Newton

Sir Isaac Newton Died a VIRGIN.
What else do people not tell you about Isaac.?



Brief historical Trash talk:

1* He died a Virgin.

2* He seemed to invent things that were plain obvious.

3*He was pompous, on his tomb in west minster Abbey there is script in Latin:

' interred within are not merely the bones of a great man, but the bones of the greatest man
who ever lived.'

4* He was the first to invent a cat flap, or at least the earliest recorded example. but it didn't work properly.

5* He spent a lot of his life studying Alchemy, in particular a really long time trying to find the philosophers stone.
Alchemy isn't real, thats why we don't do it today. The philosophers stone is only real in harry potter, half the kids on the planet know its not real. Not Isaac though.

6* He invented Calculus, and at exactly the same time so did Gottfried Leibniz the German Mathematician. Which is just a little bit more than totally suspicious.


7* He worked out white light is made up of colours, but more likely he was told.


8*He invented the refraction telescope but again suspiciously a Scottish -mathematician -proposed the idea of a reflecting telescope first, but Newton built one, definitively claiming the invention as his own.

9* Newton didn't discover gravity, everybody knew apples fall.

 

 



Longer explanation:

1*He may of been gay which is cool, but to erase his sexual history telling everyone he was a virgin. well that just sucks multi-dimensionally. Emotionally to give no love- credit, is pretty lame also to be gay and not be proud! double lame! he could have made light on all the gay people that came after him for the next 400 years of repression, who would care? he was already famous.

2* He seemed to invent things that were plainly obvious.
I.e gravity, white light is made up of colour. Observational things that in his position, the brand 'Isaac Newton of England' could and would have snatched up ideas by plunder or purchase powereven from as far away as the Aztecs.
I kind of hope when he came up with his third law of motion he was referring to him being a twat and getting punched in the face.

For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.

3*

On his tomb in west minster Abbey there is script in Latin,

' interred within are not merely the bones of a great man,
but the bones of the greatest man who ever lived.'

Which is totally not humble at all. I personally perceive it as pompous. As you dig into his life you find this is a true account.

4* He was the first to invent a cat flap, or at least the earliest recorded example. However, It didn't work properly as he had a door installed for The cat and another one for the kitten. Obviously an idea that didn't work as the kitten followed the cat. Only an unobservant fool would make such a rediculous mistake.



5* He spent a lot of his life studying Alchemy, in particular a really long time trying to find the philosophers stone.
The philosophers stone was an object when made that could turn lead into gold and gold into flowers, matter into another matter.

We now know Alchemy doesn't exists and neither does the philosophers stone. Its ludicrous to even try to comprehend why someone so apparently clever could understand the universe so totally wrong.
Newton managed to produce a purple copper alloy. While not quite an invention, the stone illustrates how much of a waste of time it all was.
In 2005, historian Newman reproduced this same stone by following Newton's 300-year-old notes. No transmutations were reported.

6*


He invented Calculus!!! Yet suspiciously a German mathematician Gottfried Leibniz, independently developed calculus around the same time. Which makes the unique invention of the formula system a little dubious as an original idea.
Mathematics is the system by which we gauge the interworking of the cosmos.
Newton found that existing algebra and geometry simply weren't sufficient for the scientific needs, as it could calculate the speed of a ship, but was not able to figure out the rate at which the ship was accelerating.
They needed a mathematical means to calculate problems that involved changing variables. Isaac called his "the science of fluxions" the beginning of what we know today as calculus.


7*


If you shine white light through a prism, multi colours refract out, the 'spectrum'. scientists at the time believed, the white light was dyed in some way by the object it refracted through, which sound ridiculous to say, but thats what the history books say they were thinking. What Newton did was to put a 2nd prism to turn the rainbow into white light again proving it was a characteristic of the light itself.



It is entirely possible some of the Aztec gold being transported out of South America for a century had a fair few number of artifacts and knowledge. Most famously the Spanish treasure ships were routinely pirated with the king taking a cut of the treasure. It is quite likely some were sent for Isaac to investigate and its quite feasible the Aztecs with their obvious advanced knowledge of the properties in crystals, evident in such works as the legendary crystal skulls, were infact totally ripped off and plagiarized as Isaacs own advanced study.



8*

Which will lead to his final invention he's known for... improving the telescope by using a refractive lens. Basically the same two prisms, white light separating into a rainbow then another prism to turn it back again. This was a super power he now knew about.

Newton proposed the use of reflecting mirrors rather than refracting lenses. A large mirror would capture the image, then a smaller mirror would bounce it into the viewer's eye. Not only does this method produce a clearer image, it also allows for a much smaller telescope.

The Aztecs took a clear interest in astronomy knowing alot more obviously than we first gave them credit for over thousands of years of technology. With crystals redly available and gold for mirrors, its entirely possible the Aztecs had already invented this invention as well.
Not only speculation is apparent in the refraction telescope invention origins, but again suspiciously a Scottish -mathematician -proposed the idea of a reflecting telescope provably first. Unfortunately the Scottish Mathematician didn't produce a working model, but Newton with his money bags supporting his scientific invigours, was the guy who actually mustered the funds to build one, definitively claiming the invention as his own.


9* Newton did'nt discover gravity, everybody knew apples fell.
What we do know is he sat around alot doing nothing.

 

 

 

 


Born 1642- Died 1727

Isaacs father Mr Newton was an uneducated farmer, yet Isaac died a celebrated master of astronomy, chemistry, mathematics, physics and theology. His endless curiosity led him to tackle problems as minuscule as rug-peeing cats and as grandiose as humanity's ultimate purpose in the cosmos.

 laws of motion 1687 :

An object will remain at rest or moving in a straight line unless acted upon by an external force.

When force is applied to an object, it will accelerate (Force = mass x acceleration).

For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.

 

 

 




 

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(Butt kiss which i am sure he would have loved)



I added this video to express the other side of the story. Neil deGrasse Tyson's and the establishment will always hold the traditional lie, its are job to illuminate the whole story, rather than the fairytale.

 

 

 

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^ there were high profile pirates who plundered the treasures of the spanish treasure ships. Like today it was possible to find buyers for worthless artifacts for straight gold. In theory Blackbeard may have even sold a telescope to isaac himself, for a substancial booty.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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