The Curious Case of Robespierre and Newton's Third Law
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missrebeccaann
missrebeccaann I earned a Ph.D. in misplacing car keys
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"The king must die so that the country can live." - Maximilien Robespierre (Also known as the father of the French Revolution)

Thank you @benjaminboyce for the free edit.

Newton's third law is: For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction

I have an unhealthy obsession with the French Revolution, in my opinion, was the most important uprising in human history. Eat your heart out Game of Thrones.

The Curious Case of Robespierre and Newton's Third Law

The country can live the king is now dead. The rebellion exchanged a crown for his head The guillotine answered the blade was released, but third law prevails, as actions repeat.

The uprising's father was next on the list for it to continue for it to persist. Revolution can die when they eat their own. Sir Isaac was precise. Robespierre should've known.

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