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When Isaac Newton died at 85 without a will on March 20, 1727, he left a mass of disorganized papers, upwards of 8 million words, that presented an immediate challenge to his heirs. Most of these writings, on subjects ranging from secret alchemical formulas to impassioned rejections of the Holy Trinity to notes and calculations on his core discoveries in calculus, universal gravitation, and optics, were summarily dismissed by his heirs as "not fit...
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