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- completed his graduation in the year 1665 and the generalized binomial theorem was discovered by him in the same year.
- delivered lectures on the subject of optics from the year 1670-1672. In the mean time, he studied refraction of light and demonstrated the decomposition of white light in a color spectrum.
- used to study the Bible to collect scientific information. Based on the study of Bible, he had written manuscripts. One of the manuscripts has a reference about the Earth’s end in the year 2060.
- was the messianic leader of a cult group who lived in a ranch north of Los Angeles. The members of the “family” believed he was God, and did anything and everything he asked for. He organized regular orgies and directed what should happen at each one. He handed out drugs to his followers, and when he told them to kill, they did so without question.
- his extant works can be divided into five categories: logic, physical works, psychological works, philosophical works, and natural history. Some of his most studied volumes today include Nicomachean Ethics, Politics, Rhetoric, and Poetics.
- produced for many local artists. He then started to gain fame by producing hit singles for hip hop/R&B artists, such as Alicia Keys,Janet Jackson, Common, The Game, John Legend, Paul Wall, Jermaine Dupri, Scarface, Paul Wall, and Jay-Z.
- won a 2009 Golden Globe award and a BAFTA award, and was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award and an Academy Award for his work in the film The Wrestler.
- according to Billboard, among many other sources, he sued his manager and ex-lover, Kelley Lynch, claiming she had robbed him of his $US5 million retirement fund, an event which he said forced him back to “incessant work.” In 2006, the court ordered the ex-manager to pay $9.5 Million in damages., but it is unlikely that any substantial sums will actually be forthcoming.