Where did Isaac Newton die?

Death,History,Science 23 August 2011 | 0 Comments

Sir Issac Newton- one of the greatest scholar of 16th and 17th century is considered to be the most influential astronomer, alchemist, mathematician and scholar of the world. The father of classical mechanics introduced the world a different science and gave many theories like laws of gravitation, motion, planetary motion and optics which promoted the scientific revolution. Regarding its death, it is known that around 125, he had a violent cough and inflammation of lungs. He was forced to move Kensington for his treatment. After that he had improvement in health but he had a kidney stone and he had to terminate and preside over all his duties and finally died on March 20, 172 7in Kensington around one and two in the morning.

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