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That sir is not any old brick wall. That is a genuine Tudor base of a chimney of Trinity College Cambridge, the Home of Sir Isaac Newton, the inventor of, among many other great things, gravity, the prism, the mirror lens telescope, and the founder of modern optics, without which we would not have "glass". Any more comments like that and I will challenge you to a duel of calculus at dawn.
Here is the full frame, showing the glorious base with the Victorian addition or restoration above.
What? I didn't know Newton invented gravity and the prism. I always thought gravity existed before he came along and the prism was a toy/curio which he bought at a county fair.
Before you challenge anyone to a battle of calculus (you failed to name Leibniz), do your homework.