ISAAC NEWTON AND HIS PHYSICS FOR KIDS

ISAAC NEWTON AND HIS PHYSICS FOR KIDS. HIS LIFE AND IDEAS WITH 21 ACTIVITIES

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CHICAGO REVIEW PRESS
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+12 Jóvenes lectores
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978-1-55652-778-4
Páginas:
131
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Isaac Newton was as strange as he was intelligent. In a few short years, he made astounding discoveries in physics, astronomy, optics, and mathematics— yet never told a soul. Though isolated, snobbish, and jealous, he almost single-handedly changed the course of scientific advancement and ushered in the Enlightenment. Newton invented the refracting telescope, explained the motion of planets and comets, discovered the multicolored nature of light, and created an entirely new field of mathematical understanding: calculus. The world might have been a very different place had Netwon’s theories and observations not been coaxed out of him by his colleagues.