The legendary physicist Newton, who spent years trying to turn bullets into gold, might have used this rediscovered manuscript in his alchemical adventure.
As mentioned in the rediscovered manuscript of the legendary physicist Isaac Newton, you can make the Philosophy Stone, which has the ability to transform any metal into gold if you bring together some mysterious materials in certain quantities.
This document of the 17th century, held in a private collection for many years, is now in the possession of the Chemical Heritage Foundation, an independent nonprofit organization. It is stated that the team bought the manuscript in February, and now they are trying to upload digital images and transcriptions in writing to an online database to allow more people to see what Newton does on this text about alchemy.
In Tarifa, the sophick mercy, which is regarded as the main material of the Philosopher's Stone, is described as encrypted. It was believed that stone could convert base metals such as lead into valuable metals such as gold.
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There is no certainty that Newton has obtained a sophick, but according to William Newman, a science historian at the University of Indiana, manuscripts can help researchers understand how Newton often resolves to a severely coded alchemical description. Writing also emphasizes that modern physics is largely influenced by alchemy and alchemists' work in Newton, which is considered to be the modern sense of father and calculus.
In order to better explain the nature of the Newtonian madden, he had received numerous articles about alchemy throughout his life, hoping to benefit from his knowledge and possibly return to the corner. However, the academics for a long time ignored the link between Newton and alchemy because alchemy was often excluded as a mystical pseudo-science full of unreliable and unreliable operations.
In Newton's biography of 1855, the author questions how "such a great genius" is "a stupid and deceiving work." Sophick's recipe is only partially renewable at this time because Newton's graduate school rejected Newton's alchemy recitation at Cambridge University in 1888. The texts were sold in an auction in 1936 to more than £ 9,000 in total. Many of these texts are not subject to research in private collections.
Newman says, "Newton's alcove was thought to be untouched for many, many, many years." However, Newman and other historians now consider Alchemists to be careful technicians who have worked countlessly on their materials, keeping numerous notations, encode their recipes in mythological symbols to preserve their knowledge of a thousand hardships.
This recapitulated description is no different from the other recipes: Newton copied an interesting text from the handwritings of the American born 17th century alchemist George Starkey, better known as Eireanus Philalethes ("the truthful sublime lover"). ]
When translated by contemporary researchers, it appears that Starkey's description of the sophick flock does not distill after the mercury, and then includes heating with gold. Eventually, this process yields an alloy that is sensitive, like tree branches.
From Starkey's notes, it appears that this strikingly similar structure makes him think that the sophick's barrel has thus come to life, revealing his power and importance. However, there is no evidence that Newton has correctly decoded Starkey's passwords in an arena where he had produced this alchemical "tree".
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Newman says that behind the main theme of the document lies Newton, where he plunged his own process of alchemical sublimation of lead ore, which covered a large part of his philosophical stones.
According to Newman, this recipe, which Newton discovered years before his official release by Starkey, may offer further evidence of possible associations that Newton has established with other alchemists, influences on his work on optics and light nature. The alchemical teachings may have inspired Newton's groundbreaking discovery that the white light is a combination of different colors.
"Alchemists were the first to recognize that compounds could be separated into components that would bring them to fruition, and that these components could later be brought together again. Newton adapted this to the white light, so that it could be separated into the different colors of white light components, and when these colors were combined, white light appeared. This is something that the sim gives Newton. "
At this point, it might be true to say that if the alchemist did not have Newton, some of the most famous discoveries of physicist Newton would never exist.
National Geographic. April 4, 2016.