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Some of the inventions that Leonardo came up with back then are used today in our modern world such as the helicopter which he sketched hundreds of years before it was invented. Some other inventions that he sketched included a tank, a parachute, landing gears, and air tanks used for scuba diving. These were thought of hundreds of years before they were actually invented and produced. He had all of these ideas and more written down in notebooks that he wanted to publish, although he died before he could get his book of ideas out.
Leonardo was then hired buy the Duke of Milan in1482 to create sculpture and paint. He would also work in the fields of science and architecture. The Duke would have him design new weapons, buildings, and other architecture that has never been seen before. This started a new era for science and architecture. He had so many new ideas for art and new inventions to create that he ended up not finishing most of his work that he started resulting in him finishing only about six works of art in the last seventeen years of da Vinci’s life.
Some facts that you might not have known about Leonardo is unlike most other Italians in the fifteenth century was that he was a vegetarian. He loved animals so much that it was reported that he would buy animals that were caged then set them free into the wild. He was also known to have invented the bicycle long before it was actually produced. Some people have also reported him as a homosexual because he never had a relationship with a woman, no kids, and was thought to have a relationship with Giacomo Salai who was claimed to be a homosexual.
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Born prematurely, Isaac was so small that it was said he could fit in a quart glass. His father died around three months before Isaac was born. Starting at the age of twelve Newton began his education at The King’s School Grantham until he was 17. In 1659 his mom took him out of school and wanted him to be a farmer. Isaac did not want to do this and later the head of The King’s School convinced his mom to let him finish his education. After his return he was the top ranked student in the school.
Newton attended college at Cambridge University in 1661 where he studied many subjects. He was later hired at the school to teach and lecture until 1696 with a break between 1665 and 1666 due to the plague. After the publishing of his book, the Principia Isaac Newton began to have more of a say in public problems and life which he ended up having a seat in Parliament from 1689-1690 and again in 1701. He then moved to London to serve in the Royal Society of England, which he later became president of in 1703.
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Sir Isaac Newton died in his sleep on March 31, 1727 in London, England. He is thought to be one of the greatest scientists and one of the biggest geniuses of all time. Newton now has a statue of him at Oxford University and many other remembrances of him through out the world. What Isaac Newton did in his life has got us to the world we live in with technology and much more.