Where Did Sir Isaac Newton Spent Most of His Life?

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Sir Isaac Newton, mathematician, physicist and one of the foremost scientific intellects of all time, spent most of his life in Cambridge University, where he was a lecturer. Isaac Newton made many ground breaking contributions to physics, his most famous being the Laws of Motion and Universal Gravitation. Sadly, he was an unhappy driven man who never married and alienated many of his friends.
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