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Isaac Newton

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Newton having been inFatioated

by martinuddin, September 09, 2012

Please note that G.W. von Leibniz died in 1716, not 1714 as stated in the time line.
In the test, the question where Isaac studied mentions the year 1616, err for 1661.
I took the test and came to 94 % but I contend that he never had any lovers at no point. He was inFatioated as far as I know so the right answer is not in the list!

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