字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Good morning! How about a quick Word of the Day with Lance Conrad before you get started on that quarterly report, eh? our word today is anticlimactic: Not leading to where you thought it was, kind of a letdown; insignificant after big build-up Sir Isaac Newton one of the greatest scientific and mathematical minds of all time, actually represented cambridge at Parliament. However, he didn't actually have much interest in anything; so, while people respected his opinion--- even revered him, personally; he never actually said anything . . . Except once. So, you can imagine the anticipation people felt when Newton finally stood to speak. The second he did everyone fell completely silent; waiting to hear what was so important that the great Sir. Newton would break his long silence. You can imagine how anticlimactic it must have been for them When the scientists used his one moment of speaking in parliament to inform them that a window was open, was letting in a draft, and could someone please close it? He then sat down and never spoke in Parliament again. Thanks for watching! Remember to like, comment, and subscribe! Susan. . .