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Father of Physics

Father of Physics

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Published by: Alan Abraham Jacob on Oct 27, 2010
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Father of Physics..... !!!
Ask any physics student “Who is known as the ‘Father of Physics’?”. Manyof them will answer it as Newton, Einstein....But people who studies physics in deep will say that physics was startedas the earth was formed, but changes were made to the physics as perthe developing modern culture. For the modern Physics Elbert Einsteinand Sir Isaac Newton is the father of the Classical sciences. The ancient Greek philosopher Thales (6th century BC) is widely regardedas the father of physics. He was the first to study about the physicsrelated things.Greek Philosopher Thales ( A Sculpture)
Thales of Miletus
(624 BC –546 BC) was a pre-Socratic Greekphilosopher from Miletus in Asia Minor, and one of the Seven Sages of Greece.His contributions towards physics include solar eclipse; He also statedthat all 'things' are formed of one primary element. etc

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