Is this too short to be a stub? uper-Yoshi
Shouldn't it be Sir Isaac Newton?
"in April 1705, Queen Anne knighted Newton during a royal visit to Trinity College, Cambridge."
- I think he called Isaac Newton in the game itself Raven Effect (talk)
I know not many people have played these games, but perhaps someone knows the answer. Does the SNES or PC version actually show or say that the apple hit Newton on the head, as the article claims? The NES version doesn't, and this isn't actually what happened in history. Watching a falling apple did contribute to Newton's thoughts on gravity, but he merely observed it. The real Newton was no more hit by an apple than Washington's teeth were made of wood or Napoleon was extremely short; it's one of those historical facts everyone "knows", but isn't actually true.
Anyway, that's getting off the point a bit. What matters is what the game says, and that's what I'm asking. I find it difficult to believe an educational game would include an incorrect fact, but it's possible the people who made the game were mistaken, and from what I've heard, this and Mario is Missing! have other errors in them too. -- 1337star (Mailbox SP) 19:33, 15 December 2012 (EST)