# Isaac Newton's Impact on Science and Physics

TLDR Isaac Newton's contributions to science and physics were so significant that if Nobel Prizes were awarded during his time, he would have likely won multiple, including for his invention of calculus and the development of the Reflecting Telescope. His work on the laws of motion, theory of gravity, and understanding of light were also groundbreaking.

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Isaac Newton's impact on physics is so significant that if Nobel Prizes were awarded during his time, he would have likely won multiple.

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Isaac Newton's impact on science was so significant that if Nobel Prizes were awarded during his time, he would have likely won multiple, including for his invention of calculus.

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Isaac Newton should be awarded a Nobel Prize for his invention of calculus, as all subsequent physics is dependent on it, and a second Nobel Prize for the development of the Reflecting Telescope, without which modern astronomy would not exist.

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Isaac Newton should be awarded three Nobel Prizes for his three fundamental laws of motion, and a sixth Nobel Prize for his work on the theory of gravity.

06:13
Newton's work with light was revolutionary for the 17th century, and he should be awarded a Nobel Prize for his law of cooling and his explanation of Newtonian fluids.

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Newton's work in economics, specifically in implementing a new coinage system in England to combat coin clipping, would have likely earned him a Nobel Prize in economics.

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Newton's implementation of milled edges on coins to prevent coin clipping was a significant achievement in stopping coin debasement and inflation in the 17th century.