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The Arizona resident promised “he was ready for this” and declared his immediate desire to get married and start a family.

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After the arrivals came the first real conversations between the women and the Bachelor, with Luyendyk promising he’s a changed man since his last time on the show and is ready to settle down.It is one of the most famous anecdotes in the history of science.The young Isaac Newton is sitting in his garden when an apple falls on his head and, in a stroke of brilliant insight, he suddenly comes up with his theory of gravity.There was also a classic “Bachelor” heart-warmer with Krystal, a fitness coach who has a homeless brother and spends her free time taking care of other homeless people since he refuses her family’s help.The clear highlight, though, was Kendall, a taxidermist, from Los Angeles.She got two minutes of time to introduce herself to America, and she spent it sitting in a tree, playing the ukulele, singing to taxidermy seal.

Then came the premiere staple: the 29 girls arriving by limo in front of the Bachelor mansion to the awaiting Luyendyk.

The Royal Society in London is making available in digital form the key original manuscript that describes how Newton devised his theory of gravity after witnessing an apple falling from a tree in his mother's garden in Lincolnshire, although there is no evidence to suggest that it hit him on the head.

It was 1666, and the plague had closed many public buildings and meetings.

Annaliese took on Luyendyk’s nickname “the kissing bandit” and became the one sad soul who instantly regrets having to spend her whole night in costume, donning her own bandit mask.

In a sea of race car jokes, Maquel took Luyendyk’s job to the next level, arriving in a race car and sensually pulling off her helmet to meet him with a level of drama only this show can produce — and making everyone wonder how many times she had to practice that move.

The story is almost certainly embellished, both by Newton and the generations of storytellers who came after him.