There are a lot of Bracketologists out there, but the Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein, and Galileo Galilei of the field is ESPN's Joe Lunardi. Last year Lunardi correctly predicted all 68 teams that would be selected for the NCAA Tournament...Show More Summary
This is incredibly cool. Isaac Newton worked at the Royal Society, and the organization has kept since 1688 the original telescope that Newton himself built. Watch the video to understand a nice bit of chemistry as well. Nowadays telescope mirrors are made out of aluminum, which requires a great deal of electricity to refine. Show More Summary
Isaac Newton was full of crap -- 2 Chainz made it thunderstorm last night on a bunch of strippers in Phoenix... and the laws of physics DID NOT APPLY.It all went down at Essex Gentlemen's Club -- 2 Chainz was hosting some after party -- and you…
It might not look much, but this small disc of metal helped shape science—because it was the primary mirror in Sir Isaac Newton's original reflecting telescope. Read more...
According to Isaac Newton, the biggest losers in the Robert McDonnell prosecution could end up being Gov. Terry McAuliffe and Sen. Mark Warner. This isn’t fair. But it is reality. The famed physicist’s Third Law of Motion colloquially asserts that every action produces an equal and opposite reaction. Show More Summary
Isaac Newton, the great physicist and astronomer, said, "If I have seen farther, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants." And so it is with us, and our quest for peace. When I was a child, I was so moved by the dedication, eloquence and integrity of giant leaders like Eugene McCarthy and Robert Kennedy, who stood for peace. Show More Summary
Named after Sir Isaac Newton and designed by Tanja Sipilä, this clever porcelain accessory set keeps the sugar bowl perfectly level as you tip the pitcher to pour cream in your coffee or tea. Also available in black.
By Netwall: "What goes up must come down." Sir Isaac Newton Simply put, this is a "short" thesis on Financial Engines (FNGN). In September of last year, a fellow SA author "Akram's Razor" declared this company a short via this article. Show More Summary
If Isaac Newton had kittens (and I'm not saying he did, because, for all I know, Isaac Newton was an iguana person), you can bet they wouldn't have been interested in physics or calculus. They would have wanted to move to Italy and become...Show More Summary
What about the best GEEK reads of 2013? Discovery News brings you the best geek reads of 2013. Magnificent Principia: Exploring Isaac Newton's Masterpiece Author: Colin Pask Price: $14.18 (As of 12/26/13 04:05 pm details) The Shining...Show More Summary
Submitted by Tim Price of Sovereign Man blog, For practitioners of Schadenfreude, seeing high-profile investors losing their shirts is always amusing. But for the true connoisseur, the finest expression of the art comes when a high-profile...Show More Summary
Historical Character illustration 2 of 20 – Issac Newton, the apple and the discovery of gravity!
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Putting Sir Isaac Newton on the right path Short story by Christopher Bowring When lay global warming skeptics point out to alarmists that the recent seventeen year period of steady global temperatures invalidates their climate models which predicted runaway global … Continue reading ?
On 27th November 2013, Sotheby?s London will offer a first edition of the most important book in the history of science ? Sir Isaac Newton?s Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica (?Mathematical principles of natural philosophy?), which was published for the Royal Society in 1687. Show More Summary
Histagrams — not to be confused with histograms — is a Tumblr blog that depicts historical events as Instagram posts. To see more of the funny posts, including Sir Isaac Newton’s #scienceswag, head over to Histagrams. images via Histagrams submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
Apple, known for its innovative products, has a logo with an equally compelling story of corporate identity. The first Apple logo was designed by Steve Jobs and Ronald Wayne in 1976. It shows Isaac Newton sitting under an apple tree....Show More Summary
Sir Isaac Newton was right: there is no stopping Gravity. The Sandra Bullock-anchored drama finished first at the box office once again this week, sailing past the $170 million mark after just 17 days in release. The movie is now the tenth highest-grossing domestic film of 2010 and should easily clear $250 million in the U.S. Show More Summary
Isaac Newton had some pretty cool ideas. He was an English mathematician and scientist. You may know of him because he discovered gravity. He also had some laws of motion that were pretty important. There’s a commercial using one of those laws as their tag line – “A body in motion tends to stay in […]
In a review of Newton and the Origin of Civilisation by Jed Buchwald and Mordechai Feingold, Jonathan Rée takes note of the scientist’s attitude toward religion: Apart from trying to please his readers, Sir Isaac – as he became in 1705 – also sought to reassure them about his theological opinions. He was known to […]