Sunday, 11 May 2014

ISAAC, THE WELL-KNOWN NEWTON





They say that the greatest findings of human kind were all accidental, just like Newton with the apple.




You know, they say that he was under a tree when an apple fell over his head (Apples, gravity, and Newton).


Because the apple fell vertically, he worked out the law of motion, his second, the one involving acceleration and mass.







Oh, well, in Brazil, and therefore in Portuguese, all Physics teachers tell people to keep this law by means of an acrostic (Acrostic, Freedictionary): A força é má (The force is evil).





We know that the apple fell down to then hit the head of Newton: Evil, evil apple indeed!








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