Isaac Newton’s discovery of Gravitation

The British evaded the fact that the half-witted plagiarism of Kepler by the circles creating the Newton cult, did not permit the consideration of any relevant, experimental proof of principle; hence, the silly diversion of proposing that Isaac I do not make hypotheses Newton had discovered gravitation through being hit on the head by an apple. (Presumably, if we consider the relevant evidence at hand, that apple either hit Newton too violently, or, in the alternative, not hard enough.) -Lyndon LaRouche in his paper “How London Goes Down” Feb.17, 2009

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