BillG Article In Today's Globe and Mail : What's right with young people today
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"What's right with young people today
Globe and Mail Update
February 25, 2008 at 6:09 AM EST
One of the striking things about human progress is that so many of the world's most important new ideas were the work of young people. From Isaac Newton's discoveries as a 23-year-old that formed the basis for calculus, to Charles Darwin, who surveyed the Galapagos Islands at age 26, and Albert Einstein, who published his paper on relativity at age 26, young people have been responsible for breakthroughs that form the foundation for much of our understanding of how the world works.................................."