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Physics is the science of the very small and the very large. Learn about Isaac Newton, who gave us the laws of motion and optics, and Albert Einstein, who explained the relativity of all things, as well as catch up on all the latest news about Physics, on

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Albert Einstein

1879 - 1955

Albert Einstein is considered by many to be the greatest scientist of the 20th century, and his contributions to science equal in importance and scope to those of Isaac Newton.

Albert Einstein, 1879 - 1955, a German (-Swiss, -American) Physicist
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[ Environment : Biology]

The high latitudes, but not polar regions, where sunlight is weak and winters harsh, with short daytimes, leads to a biome distinction in its lack of large vegetation, namely trees. The dominant vegetation is grass, moss, lichen, with the occasional shrub.

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