Why Did Isaac Newton Be Set Free?

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Isaac Newton was born into a family that didn't like him, and tried to prove them wrong by trying to be successful in life. His father died when he was born and his mother left him with his grandma to marry someone else. His step-father didn't want anything to do with him, which was the reason he threatened his step-father that he’d burn down his house, along with him. He had a hard life when he was little, but look at him now, he is the founder of Physics and the one who created a new type of Mathematical formula. He should be set free for many reasons.

One reason he should be set free is because he made the hardest mathematical formula ever! With all due respect Holy Father, he found AND made a new Mathematical formula, which is hard by
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Those discoveries are crucial to science now, and to science in the future. For one, the discovery of Gravity changed people's thoughts of how the world works, and not in the way of saying “God doesn't control the world, so we shouldn't believe in him.” It changed people's thoughts in the way of “His evidence to prove his findings are right, so Gravity is that and this”. As for the Mathematical formula, that's just a formula, which doesn't have anything wrong as far as i know. I don't think his findings have anything wrong in them, which is why i believe he should be set free from prison.

I know what you’re thinking while reading this letter. Whatever is in the Bible is correct, so people should stop believing in his findings. For one, the Mathematical formula doesn't have anything wrong in it, it's just math. On the other hand, his findings on Gravity ,and how it works, is just his way of thinking how gravity works. He never said anything being against the church and its beliefs on life.

As a conclusion, this is why Isaac Newton should be set free from prison and should be a famous scientist for what he has

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