Lead: During the 1700s and 1800s Isaac Newton was described by writers as the perfect scientific genius, a highly skeptical and original thinker who would have been entirely at home in the modern era. If the truth be known Sir Isaac did not quite live up to this reputation.

Intro.: A Moment in Time with Dan Roberts

Content: In reality, while he established the principles of modern mathematics and physics that remain an integral part of scientific work today, he was governed by a curious mixture impulses and interests that mark him unmistakably as a man of the seventeenth century.


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