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June 23, 2021
Newton sent his "Epistola prior" to Leibniz via Henry Oldenburg. Newton's famous work contained the first use of fractional exponents as well as his newly discovered binomial theorem. More about: Newton Leibniz Binomial Theorem

June 23, 2021
Alan Mathison Turing born in London, England. The mathematician best known for his code-breaking work at Bletchley Park during World War II was a pioneer of theoretical computer science. More information about: Alan Turing Bletchley Park

June 23, 2021
Thomas Harriot crossed the Atlantic Ocean on behalf of Sir Walter Raleigh, arriving off the coast of Virginia (now Cape Lookout, North Carolina). He spent about a year in North America cataloging flora and fauna and trying not to starve to death before being rescued by Sir Francis Drake. More information about: Thomas Harriot