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Ilford Recorder
Jack Petchey prizes for Redbridge’s inspiring young speakerspupil Leanne Mohamad, 15, came out on top in the Jack Petchey Foundation’s Spea
Jack Petchey prizes for Redbridge’s inspiring young speakers
Ilford Recorder / Posted 2 days ago
pupil Leanne Mohamad, 15, came out on top in the Jack Petchey Foundation’s Speak Out Challenge Redbridge regional final at Isaac Newton Academy, Cricklefield Place, Ilford. Leanne impressed judges with her winning speech Birds Not Bombs fighting... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Has Speaker Kadaga Launched a Multi-Faith Worshipping Style?the Holy Spirit Movement in the late 1980s and recruited to her ranks a former
Has Speaker Kadaga Launched a Multi-Faith Worshipping Style?
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 days ago
the Holy Spirit Movement in the late 1980s and recruited to her ranks a former Minister of Education, university professor Isaac Newton Ojok, was Catholic. Joseph Kony who heads the Lord's Resistance Army is a former Catholic altar boy. Joseph... Read more
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The Atlantic
How the World Worksact as they do. To make this more specific: Today's Anglo-American world view
How the World Works
The Atlantic / Posted 3 days ago
act as they do. To make this more specific: Today's Anglo-American world view rests on the shoulders of three men. One is Isaac Newton, the father of modern science. One is Jean-Jacques Rousseau, the father of liberal political theory. (If we want... Read more
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The New Yorker
Simone Biles Is the Best Gymnast in the Worldhas no need for such calculation. She never gets lost. Seeing Biles next to he
Simone Biles Is the Best Gymnast in the World
The New Yorker / Posted 4 days ago
has no need for such calculation. She never gets lost. Seeing Biles next to her competition at Pacific Rims, I felt as if Isaac Newton had written a different set of laws on her behalf. She flew higher, spun faster, and landed more firmly than... Read more
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Adirondack Daily Enterprise
Celestial navigation, part II: longitudelate eighteenth century by John Harrison. Before Harrison's chronometer, navig
Celestial navigation, part II: longitude
Adirondack Daily Enterprise / Posted 5 days ago
late eighteenth century by John Harrison. Before Harrison's chronometer, navigators relied upon the clock of the sky. Once Isaac Newton had published his theory of gravitation, it became possible to predict the location of celestial bodies.... Read more
5d
Daily Mail
How a generation of preemie babies were savedthe names of notable figures born prematurely who had gone on to do great thing
How a generation of preemie babies were saved
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
the names of notable figures born prematurely who had gone on to do great things. Among those were Charles Darwin, Sir Isaac Newton, Napoleon, Victor Hugo and Mark Twain. Though the stall sat side by side with 'freak show' attractions, Couney... Read more
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The Morning Call
Math competition helps Lehigh Valley students learn and growthe man who has made all this happen and still is going strong at age 71. Veli
Math competition helps Lehigh Valley students learn and grow
The Morning Call / Posted 5 days ago
the man who has made all this happen and still is going strong at age 71. Velingker kept going back to a quote from Sir Isaac Newton as an important way of looking at the accomplishments of his sons and so many other children who benefited from... Read more
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The News-Times
Peter Thiel Commencement Speech, Hamilton College, May 2016 (Transcript)kind of tradition. The tradition we’ve inherited is itself about doing new thin
Peter Thiel Commencement Speech, Hamilton College, May 2016 (Transcript)
The News-Times / Posted 5 days ago
kind of tradition. The tradition we’ve inherited is itself about doing new things. The new science of Francis Bacon and Isaac Newton discovered truths that had never been written down in books. Our whole continent is a new world. The founders of... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Peter Thiel Commencement Speech, Hamilton College, May 2016 (Transcript)kind of tradition. The tradition we’ve inherited is itself about doing new thin
Peter Thiel Commencement Speech, Hamilton College, May 2016 (Transcript)
Stamford Advocate / Posted 6 days ago
kind of tradition. The tradition we’ve inherited is itself about doing new things. The new science of Francis Bacon and Isaac Newton discovered truths that had never been written down in books. Our whole continent is a new world. The founders of... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Peter Thiel Commencement Speech, Hamilton College, May 2016 (Transcript)kind of tradition. The tradition we’ve inherited is itself about doing new thin
Peter Thiel Commencement Speech, Hamilton College, May 2016 (Transcript)
Connecticut Post / Posted 6 days ago
kind of tradition. The tradition we’ve inherited is itself about doing new things. The new science of Francis Bacon and Isaac Newton discovered truths that had never been written down in books. Our whole continent is a new world. The founders of... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Peter Thiel Commencement Speech, Hamilton College, May 2016 (Transcript)kind of tradition. The tradition we’ve inherited is itself about doing new thin
Peter Thiel Commencement Speech, Hamilton College, May 2016 (Transcript)
Greenwich Time / Posted 6 days ago
kind of tradition. The tradition we’ve inherited is itself about doing new things. The new science of Francis Bacon and Isaac Newton discovered truths that had never been written down in books. Our whole continent is a new world. The founders of... Read more
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Fortune
Transcript: Peter Thiel at the Hamilton College 2016 Commencementkind of tradition. The tradition we’ve inherited is itself about doing new thin
Transcript: Peter Thiel at the Hamilton College 2016 Commencement
Fortune / Posted 6 days ago
kind of tradition. The tradition we’ve inherited is itself about doing new things. The new science of Francis Bacon and Isaac Newton discovered truths that had never been written down in books. Our whole continent is a new world. The founders of... Read more
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Daily Journal
Edgarton student 'pays it forward'to do more to help someone in need. The project also emits goodness to people t
Edgarton student 'pays it forward'
Daily Journal / Posted 7 days ago
to do more to help someone in need. The project also emits goodness to people that observe it. As once stated by Sir Isaac Newton, ‘For every action, there is an equal and opposition reaction.’ This and the well-known cliché ‘What goes... Read more
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ScienceBlogs
When did Isaac Newton finally fail?or even for any one age. ‘Tis much better to do a little with certainty & leave
When did Isaac Newton finally fail?
ScienceBlogs / Posted 9 days ago
or even for any one age. ‘Tis much better to do a little with certainty & leave the rest for others that come after you.” -Isaac Newton Perhaps the greatest, most successful scientific theory of the past century is Einstein’s General Relativity,... Read more
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PhysOrg
How does light travel?This included Pierre Gassendi, a contemporary of René Descartes, Thomas Hobbes,
How does light travel?
PhysOrg / Posted 9 days ago
This included Pierre Gassendi, a contemporary of René Descartes, Thomas Hobbes, Robert Boyle, and most famously, Sir Isaac Newton. Newton's corpuscular theory was an elaboration of his view of reality as an interaction of material points... Read more
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The Register
New solar cell breaks efficency records, turns 34% of light into 'leccyconversion efficiency of 40 per cent, but are more costly to produce. A simple
New solar cell breaks efficency records, turns 34% of light into 'leccy
The Register / Posted 11 days ago
conversion efficiency of 40 per cent, but are more costly to produce. A simple prism - the device that led Isaac Newton to theorise about the nature of light based on the colours he found in sunlight - is the basis of the demo. The... Read more
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asianage
Dangerous gamebeing subjected to such “torture”? Also, without batting an eyelid when tall cl
Dangerous game
asianage / Posted 13 days ago
being subjected to such “torture”? Also, without batting an eyelid when tall claims are made that we flew aeroplanes before Isaac Newton had even time to spell the word gravity, where does that lead us? We would not be far off the mark if we... Read more
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The Jacksonville Daily News
Bathroom antics of my youthup.So regardless of my personal delusions, my self-identification-fairytale wou
Bathroom antics of my youth
The Jacksonville Daily News / Posted 15 days ago
up.So regardless of my personal delusions, my self-identification-fairytale would’ve quickly ended with Mother Nature and Isaac Newton carrying me off the field in a stretcher.I really don’t care where anybody pees but I’m not an “at-risk” person... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
National academy chief Sir David Carter: Small schools “play pivotal role”to them about leading a trust. Yesterday’s trip saw him visit the Inspiration
National academy chief Sir David Carter: Small schools “play pivotal role”
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 15 days ago
to them about leading a trust. Yesterday’s trip saw him visit the Inspiration Trust, and two of its schools: the Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form in Norwich, and Hethersett Academy, which recently saw its Ofsted rating improve from “inadequate” to... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Hethersett Academy “an absolute success story” - national schools commissioner Sir David Carternational schools commissioner in February, was part of a visit to the Inspirati
Hethersett Academy “an absolute success story” - national schools commissioner Sir David Carter
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 15 days ago
national schools commissioner in February, was part of a visit to the Inspiration Trust which also saw him go to the Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form in Norwich. He said the record of Hethersett Academy, which recently saw its Ofsted grade rise from... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Work to start on Salford University's Engineering Showcasespace, informal and formal presentation space, a café and ‘maker-space’. The N
Work to start on Salford University's Engineering Showcase
Manchester Evening News / Posted 16 days ago
space, informal and formal presentation space, a café and ‘maker-space’. The Newton Building, which is named after Sir Isaac Newton, and was opened by The Duke of Edinburgh, houses the School of Computing, Science and Engineering with research... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Tim Cook finally proves Newton rightboss Apple's chief executive Tim Cook has provided the latest evidence that S
Tim Cook finally proves Newton right
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 16 days ago
boss Apple's chief executive Tim Cook has provided the latest evidence that Sir Isaac Newton was right. If Newton was alive today, rather than being hit on the head by an apple out of a tree, he is more... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
'Stem At the Heart of Our Mandate' Prof MoyoSTEM. That if you have taken these subjects it means you are STEMITISED. That i
'Stem At the Heart of Our Mandate' Prof Moyo
AllAfrica.com / Posted 17 days ago
STEM. That if you have taken these subjects it means you are STEMITISED. That is very wrong because if this is true, even Isaac Newton was STEMITISED. In order to have the STEM skills that are required for our industrialisation, our compatriots... Read more
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Asian journal
No-meat diet and longevitySome of the famous vegetarians include Pythagoras, Socrates, Plato, Leonardo da
No-meat diet and longevity
Asian journal / Posted 17 days ago
Some of the famous vegetarians include Pythagoras, Socrates, Plato, Leonardo da Vinci, Buddha, Plutarch, John Milton, Sir Isaac Newton, Mahatma Gandhi, The Dalai Lama, Benjamin Franklin, Shakespeare, Vicent Van Gogh, Leo Tolstoy, Ralph Waldo... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Newton, Einstein, Hawking ... now this guyon this website Prof Richard Harvey and the Victor Chang Research Institute te
Newton, Einstein, Hawking ... now this guy
Daily Telegraph / Posted 18 days ago
on this website Prof Richard Harvey and the Victor Chang Research Institute team. ALBERT EINSTEIN, Stephen Hawking, Isaac Newton ... and Richard Harvey of Darlinghurst. The biologist now has something in common with these legendary... Read more
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Miami New Times
South Florida Man Alan Amron Says He Invented the Post-it and Lost Millionsother thing many of its inductees have in common is a willingness to sue people
South Florida Man Alan Amron Says He Invented the Post-it and Lost Millions
Miami New Times / Posted 19 days ago
other thing many of its inductees have in common is a willingness to sue people to protect their intellectual property. Isaac Newton once got into a fight with a man named Gottfried Wilhelm Liebnitz over who had invented calculus. After the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Student Dares Mathematical World - Mzuzu University Genius in Mathematicsnewtons)," said the boldly optimistic Songa, who shares a vision of becoming a
Student Dares Mathematical World - Mzuzu University Genius in Mathematics
AllAfrica.com / Posted 20 days ago
newtons)," said the boldly optimistic Songa, who shares a vision of becoming a great mathematician as he acknowledges Sir Isaac Newton as his role model. When asked as to whether he is able to derive each of his theorems, Bruce admits he is able... Read more
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Brandon Sun
So long, farewell, Auf Wiedersehen, goodbyeI suspect, forever. In case any of that doesn’t communicate what I am feeling,
So long, farewell, Auf Wiedersehen, goodbye
Brandon Sun / Posted 21 days ago
I suspect, forever. In case any of that doesn’t communicate what I am feeling, let me leave you with a quote from Sir Isaac Newton; “If I have seen further than others, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants.” Thank you, giants. »... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Elderly Windsor Square Victorian mansion was no wallflowerConsider this gabled Victorian a well-traveled dame. Originally built by landh
Elderly Windsor Square Victorian mansion was no wallflower
Los Angeles Times / Posted 23 days ago
Consider this gabled Victorian a well-traveled dame. Originally built by landholder Isaac Newton Van Nuys — the San Fernando Valley neighborhood is named after him — on a corner in Westlake, the mansion was moved in 1914 by his son, J. Benton Van... Read more
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Daily Mail
See what it's like to 'walk' through a rainbowglass at an angle, splitting into the array of coloured wavelengths in the visi
See what it's like to 'walk' through a rainbow
Daily Mail / Posted 24 days ago
glass at an angle, splitting into the array of coloured wavelengths in the visible spectrum. An effect made legendary by Isaac Newton. Sir Newton demonstrated that white light is made of a spectrum of colours by splitting the light with one... Read more
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Market Watch
A peek inside the grand Victorian home built for California pioneer Van NuysThe home of one of California’s earliest pioneers, Isaac Newton Van Nuys. Built
A peek inside the grand Victorian home built for California pioneer Van Nuys
Market Watch / Posted 24 days ago
The home of one of California’s earliest pioneers, Isaac Newton Van Nuys. Built in 1896 on the site of the current Rampart Police Station, the grand Victorian (designed by noted architect Frederic Louis Roehrig) was moved to its current location in... Read more
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WCTV Tallahassee
Nobel Prize Winner, FSU Professor Sir Harold Kroto Dieshe first got in (to the Royal Society) and he signed the log book and he notice
Nobel Prize Winner, FSU Professor Sir Harold Kroto Dies
WCTV Tallahassee / Posted 25 days ago
he first got in (to the Royal Society) and he signed the log book and he noticed that the first guy in the log book ... was Isaac Newton. That was sort of a treat," Marshall said. Marshall said Kroto's discovery has led to materials that are... Read more
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The Hindu
The slippery metaphors of science writingFor instance, algebra (and extremely complicated versions) were required to exp
The slippery metaphors of science writing
The Hindu / Posted 28 days ago
For instance, algebra (and extremely complicated versions) were required to explain the orbits of planets until Isaac Newton invented calculus — a whole new branch — to explain these orbits in the context of a force called gravity.... Read more
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Toronto Star
Can you solve the secrets of the universe?popular philosophy in science, a field that for centuries was often dominated b
Can you solve the secrets of the universe?
Toronto Star / Posted 29 days ago
popular philosophy in science, a field that for centuries was often dominated by secrecy over researchers’ work. (Isaac Newton famously developed his theories of calculus years before he bothered explaining them to anyone, leading to a... Read more
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give me sport
Five of the biggest footballing chokesstriker Andriy Shevchenko to win the Champions League, ensuing incredible celeb
Five of the biggest footballing chokes
give me sport / Posted 30 days ago
striker Andriy Shevchenko to win the Champions League, ensuing incredible celebration in Istanbul.Liverpool 2013/14 Isaac Newton once said "For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction". Well, for Liverpool fans, the joy they... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
So, the universe is expanding -- into what?to absolutely prove anything. There is always room for doubt in any scientific
So, the universe is expanding -- into what?
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 30 days ago
to absolutely prove anything. There is always room for doubt in any scientific theory. The law of gravity, as formulated by Isaac Newton, stood every test for 400 years until subtle flaws were found that disproved his theory, even though we still... Read more

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