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Many generations ago Sir Isaac Newton lounged in his mother’s garden and cogitated an apple’s tumble from treetop to terrain.

About the same fold of the calendar I was a student in the second grade of Haish Elementary School in the Midwest.  Read more

An apple a day keeps the doctor away.

These familiar words have a nice cadence to them and eons ago handily made their way into the book of adages.

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