Newton's Apple Story Goes Online
Newton recounted the story that inspired his theory of gravitation to scholar William Stukeley.
It then appeared in Stukeley's 1752 biography, Memoirs of Sir Isaac Newton's Life.
The UK's Royal Society converted the fragile manuscript into an electronic book, which anybody with internet access will now be able to read.
In the story, Newton claimed to have been inspired by a falling apple in his garden to investigate the theory of gravitation.
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