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1. Isaac Newton Just Discovered a New Force in Nature In a new paper published in Nature, researchers from the University of Cambridge have demonstrated a newly discovered force in nature, which they have named the Newtonian force. This force is the result of a combination of the gravitational force and the force of inertia, and was predicted by Sir Isaac Newton in the 17th century. The researchers used a combination of theoretical calculations and experiments to prove the existence of the force and its properties. The research could lead to new insights into the workings of the universe, and could also help to explain why some objects appear to move against the expected gravitational force. 2. Isaac Newton's Revolutionary Discoveries Sir Isaac Newton is one of the most influential scientists in history. He made groundbreaking discoveries in the fields of mathematics, physics, astronomy, and optics. His most famous work is the three laws of motion, which laid the foundation for modern physics. He also discovered the law of universal gravitation, which states that all objects in the universe attract each other with a force proportional to their mass. His discoveries revolutionized science and paved the way for the development of many of the technologies we use today. 3. 5 Amazing Facts About Sir

In this series, I'm discussing how ideas from calculus and precalculus (with a touch of differential equations) can predict the precession in Mercury's orbit and thus confirm Einstein's theory of general relativity. The origins of this series came from a class project that I assigned to my Differential Equations students maybe 20 years ago. We…

In this series, I'm discussing how ideas from calculus and precalculus (with a touch of differential equations) can predict the precession in Mercury's orbit and thus confirm Einstein's theory of general relativity. The origins of this series came from a class project that I assigned to my Differential Equations students maybe 20 years ago. We…

Newton’s third law says that if two bodies at rest act on each other with forces, then those forces are equal in magnitude and opposite in direction. But it occurs to me that there is a kind of analogue of Newton’s third law for technology: if technology acts to simplify some aspect of life, then ... A Newtonian-style third law for technology

Astronomers using NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory, as well as ESA's XMM-Newton, are studying the radiation emitted by nearby stars to establish whether or not an exoplanet orbiting those stars could be habitable.