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Newton and the apple tree -from Lincolnshire to Bariloche and back

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Just like here at the Newton Institute, in Bariloche we also have a descendent of the famous apple tree that inspired the Law of Universal Gravitation. I have pilgrimaged to Newton’s house to visit it, and I will tell you my experience, the story of the tree as told by Newton to hisfriends, and how we got one.

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