French Philosopher René Descartes’ Invention of Cartesian Coordinate System, the Antiquated View of Time Within Physics, and How Black Holes Distort Gravity and Time

René Descartes was a French philosopher, mathematician, and scientist. During his youth, Descartes was rather ill and because of this a teacher he had allowed him to stay in bed for the morning. Descartes found this practice so useful that he continued it into his adult life, often stating that his best ideas came to him during the morning while in bed. On one particular morning, Descartes was laying in bed and watching a fly walk around on the ceiling which caused him to realize that the exact ...

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