Man from his birth has been on a quest to find out where his soul resides.is it the hypothalamus? The heart? Where can one find the stem of our intelligence,our thoughts,emotions,needs,our search is endless.men have torn themselves apart to find out the birth of time,how did it all begin and but most importantly why did it ?what is the need for the universe and what is the need or the place for creatures as us in it?men like aristole,Euclid,Copernicus,kepler,laplace,brahe have all lived with an inner struggle withn their souls to find answers to put their souls at peace.the only peace that came to them was their death but their life long struggle to understand the energy of the cosmos and the laws that govern this energy has been passed on to many great men who lived after them.issac Newton born on Christmas day in 1642 was a man with a restless spirit.this manifested itself in his physical body hence making him a sickly child.as a teenager he was unsociable and quarrelsome.
As he grew up he started chiding certain Christian beliefs and did not believe in the trinity of the father,son and the holy ghost.though in later years he becam a member of a secret Christian cult he was a sceptic in many ways.
At the age of 20 in 1663 he bought a book on astrology to see what was there in it.he read it until he came to an illustration he could not understand because he was ignorant of trigonometry.so he found a copy of euclid’s ‘elements of trignometry’ and began to read it.two years later he invented differential calculus.
He had many quirks and would often gaze at the sun’s image in a looking glass because light fascinated him.
At the age of 43,Newton discovered the law of inertia-the tendency of a moving body to continue to move in a straight line unless something influences it and moves it out of its path.the moon hence according to Newton would fly off in a straight line unless there were some force constantly diverting its path into a near circle pulling it...