Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica – whew! What is that!?

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If you’re into mathematics and science you should know. It is Latin for Mathematical Principles of Natural Science – the simple title it is most referred to is, Principia.

5-7-13 Isaac Newton Prinicipia

First published by Isaac Newton in 1687, his book is said to be “the single most influential book on physics and possibly all of science”.

  • How did he discover and understand the foundation regarding gravity?

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Follow Isaac’s meteoric rise through his years at Cambridge University, his membership and subsequent presidency of the Royal Society, his position as Master of the Royal Mint, his seat in the House of Parliament, and his eventual Knighthood. Along this journey, read how Newton came to challenge long-held scientific theories and change the way we see our world and our universe through his startling mathematical, astronomical and scientific discoveries. Check out his story through the eBook or Audio HERE.

Meet Isaac Newton

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