Isaac Newton wrote his treatise on the laws of natural science (Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica) at the end of the seventeenth century, but very few people appear to understand it. Keith Dixon-Roche, the author of this book, suspected that he may have deliberately omitted crucial features in order to protect his theories from plagiary.
Because Keith could find no satisfactory work explaining Newtonꞌs theories, he studied, dissected and rewrote Isaac Newtonꞌs masterpiece, simplified it, filled in all the gaps, provided detailed independent proofs, and explained exactly how his laws of orbital motion work. He then compiled a complete and concise set of easy-to-understand formulas that enable anybody to calculate all the properties of any orbit.
This book (of almost 350 pages) is not written with a view to make its author look more intelligent than its reader, it is written in plain [rhetorical] English to minimise the possibility of misunderstanding or misinterpretation of his dialogue.
Isaac Newtonꞌs original work was published in two editions - both in Latin - during his own lifetime, and a third time [in English] after his death. Having finally completed Newtonꞌs work, Keith Dixon-Roche decided to publish his own book as Revision IV of Newtonꞌs original title in respect and memory of the great man.
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