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Top 100 Most Influential People in History

Posted on 2013.03.08 at 22:03

  1. Muhammed

  2. Gutenberg

  3. Jesus

  4. Columbus

  5. Buddha

  6. Paul the Apostle

  7. Cai Lun

  8. Edison

  9. Octavian

  10. Li Si/Shihuangdi

  11. Pasteur

  12. "blue eyes ancestor"

  13. Faraday

  14. Fritz Haber

  15. James Clerk Maxwell

  16. Asoka

  17. John Kay

  18. Alexander

  19. Constantine

  20. Alessandro di Spina

  21. Galileo

  22. Charles Goodyear

  23. A. Fleming

  24. Badarayana

  25. Cyril/Methodius

  26. Temujin

  27. Gottfried Liebniz

  28. E. Jenner

  29. Borlaug

  30. Washington

  31. Umar I

  32. John Snow

  33. John Harrington

  34. Euclid of Alexandria

  35. Straussman/Otto Hahn

  36. Bell

  37. Tim Berners-Lee

  38. Abraham Darby I

  39. K. Marx

  40. C. Darwin


Others

Posted on 2013.02.20 at 09:18

  1. Columbus

  2. Li Si/Shihuangdi

  3. Umar I

  4. Washington

  5. Hitler

  6. Simon Bolivar

  7. William the Conqueror

  8. Cyrus the Great

  9. H. Cortez

  10. F. Pizarro

  11. Menes

  12. Isabella I

  13. P. de Coubertin

  14. Thring/de Winton


Worldviews/Ideologies/Spreader of Ideas/Traits

Posted on 2013.02.20 at 09:03

  1. Muhammed

  2. Jesus

  3. "blue eyes ancestor"

  4. Buddha

  5. Paul the Apostle

  6. Constantine

  7. Asoka

  8. Alexander

  9. Confucius

  10. Thales

  11. Temujin

  12. Francis Bacon

  13. Aristotle

  14. Badarayana

  15. Cyril & Methodius

  16. Zoroaster

  17. Uthman/Thabit

  18. C. Darwin

  19. Marx

  20. Muhammed ibn Musa al-Khwarizmi

  21. Fibonacci

  22. M. Luther

  23. C. Parham/W. J. Seymour

  24. Plato

  25. Alfonso X


Science & Technology

Posted on 2013.02.20 at 08:43

  1. Gutenberg

  2. Watt/Boulton

  3. Tsai Lun

  4. Fritz Haber

  5. Edison

  6. Pasteur

  7. John Kay

  8. Faraday

  9. Fleming

  10. Nikolaus von Otto

  11. Galileo

  12. I. Newton

  13. Alessandro di Spina

  14. Baekeland

  15. Bell

  16. Einstein

  17. Abraham Darby I

  18. William Henry Perkin

  19. Carl R. Darnall

  20. Wright brothers

  21. Goodyear

  22. E. Jenner

  23. John Snow

  24. Borlaug

  25. Leeuwenhoek

  26. Tim Berners-Lee

  27. A. Cummings

  28. Meitner/Hahn

  29. G. Stephenson

  30. Daimler/Maybach

  31. McCormick/Hussey

  32. William Aspdin

  33. William T. G. Morton

  34. William Stanley, Jr.

  35. Bessemer

  36. Marin le Bourgeoys

  37. S. S. Helior

  38. P. Farnsworth

  39. J. Lister

  40. Shockley/Brittain/Bardeen

  41. William Gates

  42. V. Zworykin

  43. A. Forsyth

  44. Crick/Watson

  45. G. Gould

  46. E. Fermi

  47. H. Ford


Top 34

Posted on 2013.02.19 at 21:23

  1. Muhammed

  2. Gutenberg

  3. Jesus

  4. Columbus

  5. "blue eyes ancestor" (blue eyed Europeans have lots of kids)(livescience.com)

  6. Watt/Boulton

  7. Li Si/Shihuangdi

  8. Tsai Lun

  9. Edison

  10. Paul the Apostle

  11. Fritz Haber

  12. Pasteur

  13. John Kay (reaction to his invention led to the mechanization of the textile industry)

  14. Alexander

  15. Constantine

  16. Asoka (largely responsible for making Buddhism into a world religion)

  17. Francis Bacon (alot of indirect influence on science leading to easier lives for people, technology-wise)

  18. Faraday (a lot of the science behind making electricity into a power source)

  19. Fleming (most important drug in history)(webmd.com)

  20. Thales (largely responsible for turning the Greeks onto rational thought instead of looking to the supernatural)

  21. Temujin

  22. Alessandro di Spina (spreading eyeglasses, indirectly leading to microscopes & telescopes)

  23. Bell

  24. I. Newton

  25. Octavian

  26. Nikolaus von Otto

  27. Tim Berners-Lee (www)

  28. Baekeland

  29. Wright brothers

  30. Umar I

  31. John Snow

  32. Goodyear

  33. Borlaug

  34. Muhammed ibn Musa al-Khwarizmi (algebra/spreading the Hindu-Arabic numerals)



Top 50

Posted on 2013.02.19 at 13:21

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  2. Muhammed

  3. Gutenberg

  4. Jesus

  5. "blue eyes ancestor" (blue eyes Europeans have lots of kids)Columbus

  6. Li Si/Shihuangdi

  7. Paul the Apostle

  8. Watt/Boulton

  9. Tsai Lun

  10. Fritz Haber

  11. Edison

  12. Constantine

  13. Pasteur

  14. John Kay

  15. Faraday

  16. Asoka

  17. Constantine

  18. Fleming

  19. Nikolaus von Otto

  20. Alexander

  21. Bell

  22. Alessandro di Spina (spread eyeglasses, indirectly led to microscopes & telescopes)

  23. Thales

  24. Francis Bacon

  25. I. Newton

  26. Octavian

  27. Cyril & Methodius (mainly for inventing an alphabet for the Slavs that evolved into the Cyrillic)

  28. Baekeland

  29. Einstein

  30. Goodyear

  31. Abraham Darby I

  32. Umar I

  33. Washington

  34. E. Jenner

  35. Wright brothers

  36. Bessemer

  37. Tim Berners-Lee (www)

  38. John Snow

  39. Daguerre

  40. Farnsworth

  41. Euclid of Alexandria

  42. Darwin

  43. Zworykin

  44. Muhammed ibn Musa al-Khwarizmi

  45. Marx

  46. William T. G. Morton

  47. Napoleon

  48. Alexander Parkes

  49. Alexander Cummings

  50. Queen Isabella I


top 50

Posted on 2013.02.19 at 11:50
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