Father of Physics

Who Is the Father of Physics?
Sir Isaac Newton is known as the Father of Physics, while Albert Einstein is regarded as the Father of Modern Physics.

Several scientists might be considered worthy of the title 'The Father of Physics' due to their noteworthy contributions and discoveries in the field. Sir Isaac Newton is known as the Father of Physics, for his divine contribution in the field of physics. Newton has derived many of the prime laws in physics, such as the famous gravitational law and the three motion laws. The gravitational formula states that F = G Ma Mb / r^2

Sir Isaac Newton (25 December 1642 – 20 March 1727) was born at Woolsthorpe Manor in Woolsthorpe-by-Colsterworth, a hamlet in the county of Lincolnshire. He was a Trinity College student. Apart from that, he was also the second Lucasian Professor of Mathematics at the University of Cambridge. Newton’s great work in physics includes many inventions and researches. One such invention was the invention of reflecting telescope. Throughout his life, he was a true physicist and a mathematician. His invention of calculus helped people to create and solve mathematical models and sums. He is famous for his three laws of motion and theory. Today, his principles are implemented in the derivation of various formulae and concepts. He had also written many of the famous books like the Philosophiæ Naturalis and Principia Mathematica.

Sir Isaac Newton is formally known as the Father of Classical Physics, but Albert Einstein is known as the Father of Modern Physics. Einstein is responsible for creating the modern concepts and inventions in physics. Einstein is famous for his theory of relativity and the famous equation E = mc^2.

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