What caused Isaac Newton's death?

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He most likely died of a kidney stone but it is still wondered about.
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Sir Isaac Newton died from a bladder stone at the age of 84 on March 20, 1727.
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Isaac Newton was born on Christmas Day, 1642 and he died on March 20,
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Mercury. He used it extensively in his alchemy fooling around, and showed signs in later life of mercury poisoning. Peace.
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Gunshot. In August of 1989, he was found shot dead on a street in Oakland, California.
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