Full Name: Sir Isaac Newton
Birth Date: December 25, 1642
Birth Place: Woolsthorpe, Lincolnshire, England
Education: Cambridge University
Spouse (s): Miss Storie (Engagement)
Religion: Not Known
Zodiac sign: Capricorn
Isaac Newton is the greatest and most influential scientist in the world. He is the father of laws of motion and universal gravitation. After the death of his father, the great scientist was born like the prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SM). He is widely recognized around the world for the invention of the mathematical study of Calculus. After the long years of his death, his name remembers with respect yet.
Isaac Newton Early Life:
Isaac Newton was born December 25, 1642, in Woolsthorpe, Lincolnshire, England. Actually, he was born On January 04, 1643, as there didn’t begin use of the modern calendar at that time so his birthday was enlisted as Christmas Day of 1642. Newton was born after three months after his father died. His father was a humble farmer in the village. At the time of born, his physical shape was very tiny.
His mother Hannah Ayscough got married again when Newton was three years old and went to live with her newly married husband Reverend Barnabas Smith. At that time Newton used to live care of his maternal grandmother Margery Ayscough. He couldn’t like his stepfather and faded up a little to his mother as she remarried.
Isaac Newton completed primary education at a school beside the home. He was so much inattentive in school, although he passed matriculation from Trinity College. He worked as a servant in different places colleges to pay study costs.
After the death of his stepfather in 1656, her mother came back to Woolsthorpe and took him out of school, hoping that he would become a successful farmer. Fortunately, her mother persuaded that his major talents lay elsewhere. Then he enrolled at Cambridge University at the age of eighteen where he absorbed science and mathematics.
Isaac Newton adds a new dimension to the history of modern science, through his scientific invention world gets the idea of gravity, motion, and mathematics. He gave us an idea of action and reaction- his revolutionary idea about motion is “Every action has an equal and opposite reaction” the third law of motion. Newton gives an explanation of how the planets revolve around the sun from their orbits through the influence of gravitation. He was considered the greatest scientist in the world at that time.
Newton’s engagement took place with Miss Storie, but he didn’t marry because he was so much absorbed in research and study. Newton died on March 20, 1727, in his sleep in London and he was buried in Westminster Abbey.
Research Field: Physics, Alchemy, Theology, Mathematics, Astronomy, Economics
Notable Works: Newtonian mechanics, Universal Gravitation, Calculus, Newton’s laws of motion, Principia