Celebrating Sir Isaac Newton's birthday has become an alternative to celebrating the religious holiday Christmas. Some atheists, skeptics, and other non-believers have chosen to celebrate December 25 as Newtonmas. Celebrants send cards with "Reasons Greetings!" printed inside, and exchange boxes of apples and science-related items as gifts. The celebration may have had its origin in a meeting of the Newton Association at Christmas 1890 to talk, distribute gifts, and share laughter and good cheer.
Newton's 3 laws of motion. Newton by the age of 30 became one of the greatest scientists that ever lived. Learn here about one of his biggest studies.
In 1984 Band Aid got many of the famous musical artists of the time to produce a video that would raise millions of dollars for the famine in Africa. Today this tragically nostalgic video still rings true and has be come a season classic.
Charles Dickens' famous Christmas classic brings us some of his most famous characters, Ebeneezer Scrooge, Tiny Tim and Bob Cratchet. Recapture the spirit of the holiday season. Read the original tale today!