Sir Isaac Newton was born on December 25, 1642 and died on March 20, 1726. Newton was an English mathematician, physicist, astronomer, theologian, and author. He was a prominent figure for scientific revolution which he formulated the laws of motion, universal gravitation, and built the first reflecting telescope.
I understand what Newton was saying so much by this because he was a scholar and never stopped discovering and learning. Even the most intelligent person can always learn more, they may be able to pick up on more but they can always obtain new information. That’s how this world works, we like many scientists have been discovering things for generations. We’re not always the first to discover it but there are times that we are until we learn differently. You should never pretend to know more than you know because more often enough you slip up and look like an asshole. When you’re less of a smug know it all it is overall more appealing.
For the most part I view myself as being mindful or tactful when I’m talking to someone about things and trying to explain something that the other person doesn’t know much about. You don’t have to shove words down people’s throats and you should try to make it so it is easily understood. Especially if you’re talking to multiple people or as a writer you want to make it so it doesn’t go over your readers head.
The laws of gravity are fairly simple in that what goes up, must come down. Without gravity things remain suspended depending on the ratio of the gravitational pull and the weight of the object. There are a lot of factors to determine speed and how to figure out what will happen when you drop something, it also depends on how it’s dropped…if it’s thrown down, knocked down as to the impact it has when it lands. Science has a lot of aspects that have always intrigued me and that’s why I wanted to cover Sir Isaac Newton.