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Isaac Newton Christmas Cards: "On December 25th, a famous man who changed history forever was born... Sir Isaac Newton!


Consider Newton's contributions to mankind. Calculus. The discovery of gravitation. The laws of motion. The modern world is built on the ideas that he originated. The kind of life we live now was unimaginable in the 17th century, but much of our scientific development began then, in the mind of one man.

Sir Isaac Newton's ideas changed the world, and he deserves to be celebrated on December 25th. This Christmas, my friends will share in the excitement. Yours can, too.

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