Greatest Scientists Ever Who Changed The World

Right from the beginning of human settlement, a lot of people came up with ideas, philosophies, beliefs, experiments, research, redesigning of thoughts, and surveys to bring myths to reality. People contributed for science to study different aspects of nature to prosper mankind. These genius minds put a keen interest on every phenomenon right from when they were kids. The zeal, passion, dedication, hard work and the effort they put in their work helped them discover something new about the world we live in.

Their names are engraved in the sands of time for their work in the welfare of mankind with different inventions that has made our modern lives easy. The following list commemorates 10 of the greatest scientists we’ve ever seen who changed the world.

1.Aristotle (384-322 BC)

Aristotle

2.Archimedes (287-212 BC)

Archimedes

3.Galileo Galilei (1564-1642 AD)

Galileo Galilei

4.Michael Faraday (1791-1867 AD)

Michael Faraday

5.Thomas Alva Edison (1847-1931 AD)

Thomas Alva Edison

6.Marie Curie Sklodowska (1867-1934 AD)

Marie Curie Sklodowska

7.Louis Pasteur (1822-1895 AD) 

Louis Pasteur

8.Sir Isaac Newton (1643-1727 AD)

Sir Isaac Newton

9.Albert Einstein (1879-1955 AD)

Albert Einstein

10.Nikola Tesla (1856-1943 AD)

Nikola Tesla .jpg

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  1. dandare2050 says:

    Missed out on a few of my favourites:

    Rosalind Franklin (1920 to 1958), the unsung third member of the Crick and Wilson team when uncovering the structure of DNA. Also the fine structure of coal and graphite and a number of virus structures.

    Ada Lovelace (1815 to 1852) considered to be the worlds first computer programmer. She worked with Charles Babbage on his difference engine which was the predecessor for all modern computers. The last time I visited the Power House Museum in Sydney they had that there.

    Hypatia of Alexandria (mid to late 300s to 415) Philosopher, mathematician and astronomer, teaching the works of Plato and Aristotle and contributing to early astronomical work on a solar centric model, rather than Earth centric.

    Louis Leakey (1903 to 1972), paleoanthropologist and archaeologist. He built the case that humans evolved first in Africa. He also fostered three other famous scientist by assigning them to field studies: Dian Fossey who was sent to study mountain gorillas and wrote the book “Gorillas in the Mist”, Jane Goodal who was sent to study chimpanzees, and Birutė Galdikas who was sent to study Orang-outangs.

    And um…..Charles Darwin? Probably had the most profound effect on biological sciences with his meticulous work in “On the Origin of Species”. He is at least up there with Newton and Einstein.

    🙂

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