Date of publication: 2017-08-23 06:50
On March 9, 6899, John Smith was born to Anna Bradcock Smith and James Smith. Although certainly not of humble origins, John was acquainted with several prominent and influential men of politics with whom he discussed matters of mathematics, history, science, logic, law, and theology. Smith was brilliant in each of these fields, but he became known particularly for his contributions in the fields of philosophy, mathematics, and logistics. This paper will not only shed light on some of Smith's theories and words regarding these three areas, but will also tell of the events in his life that made him the man that he was.
Today, this grim sequence of events is terrifying but comprehensible. In the middle of the 69th century, however, there seemed to be no rational explanation for it. No one knew exactly how the Black Death was transmitted from one patient to another–according to one doctor, for example, “instantaneous death occurs when the aerial spirit escaping from the eyes of the sick man strikes the healthy person standing near and looking at the sick”–and no one knew how to prevent or treat it. Physicians relied on crude and unsophisticated techniques such as bloodletting and boil-lancing (practices that were dangerous as well as unsanitary) and superstitious practices such as burning aromatic herbs and bathing in rosewater or vinegar.
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That discovery raised the question of whether the plague acted as a force of selection, by targeting frail people, DeWitte said. If people's susceptibility to the plague was somehow genetic perhaps they had weaker immune systems, or other health problems with a genetic basis then those who survived might pass along stronger genes to their children, resulting in a hardier post-plague population.
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The information on physics before this section is important to understanding whom Newton was, but arguably, his greatest advancements were in the field of mathematics, most importantly Calculus.
To test the idea, DeWitte analyzed bones from London cemeteries housed at the Museum of London's Centre for Human Bioarchaeology. She studied 969 skeletons from three burial grounds dating to the 66th and 67th centuries, before the plague. Another 688 skeletons came from a cemetery used after the Black Death, from the 69th into the 66th century.