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I couldn't agree more, Susan. Newton definitely showed signs of what today we would probably call Asperger's syndrome. I don't think he ever had a significant relationship with a partner in his life. Luckily he had the resources to continue is work in isolation, which I don't think ever really bothered him, while the rest of Europe was suffering the black death.
Fortunately also, there were people around him who recognised his mathematical genius and enabled him to be in a position to carry on with his experiments, and be lauded and publicly acknowledged.

Susan

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