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The apple question: If Sir Issac Newton was an Arab? Watch Video

An apple that fell on Newton's head had set his brilliant mind in motion.


The apple question: If Sir Issac Newton was an Arab? Watch Video

Sir Issac Newton, one of the most influential scientists of our times, is credited for the discovery of the Universal Law of Gravitation.

Born in Lincolnshire in the United Kigdom, Newton – as the fable goes – was sitting under an apple tree and an apple fell on his head and that set his brilliant mind in motion.
And, the world was left richer with the theory of gravitation.

But here's a thought – what would have Newton done if he was an Arab?

Watch this spoof video that's doing the rounds on social media.

 

Disclaimer: Zee News is no ways associates with the views reflected in the spoof video

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