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NUMERICAL LIST OF THE 100 MOST
INFLUENTIAL SCIENTISTS IN HISTORY

October 15, 2018

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NUMERICAL LIST OF THE 100 MOST
INFLUENTIAL SCIENTISTS IN HISTORY


1.  Newton - Discovery of Mechanical Laws on Earth

2.  Einstein - 20th Century Science of Relativity and Photon Theory of Light

3.  Bohr - Discovery of the Atom

4.  Darwin - Explanation of Human Evolution by Descent

5.  Pasteur - Germ Theory of Disease

6.  Freud - Psychology of the Unconscious

7.  Galileo - Modern View of the Solar System

8.  Lavoisier - Revolution in Chemistry

9.  Kepler - Motion of the Planets

10.  Copernicus - Heliocentric Universe

11.  Faraday - Classic Electrical Field Theory

12.  Maxwell - Electromagnetic Field Theory

13.  Bernard - Founding of Modern Physiology

14.  Boas - Modern Anthropology

15.  Heisenberg - Quantum Theory

16.  Pauling - Electron Bond Theory

17.  Virchow - Cell Doctrine

18.  Schrodinger - Wave Mechanics

19.  Rutherford - Structure of the Atom

20.  Dirac - Quantum Electrodynamics

21.  Vesalius - New Anatomy

22.  Tycho-Brahe - New Astronomy

23.  Comte de Buffon - 1st Book of Natural History

24.  Boltzmann - Thermodynamics and Entropy

25 Planck Quanta
26 Curie Radioactivity
27 Herschel Discovery of the Heavens
28 Lyell Modern Geology
29 de Laplace Newtonian Mechanics
30 Hubble Modern Telescope
31 Thomson Discovery of the Electron
32 Born Quantum Mechanics
33 Crick Molecular Biology
34 Fermi Atomic Physics
35 Euler 18th Century Mathematics
36 Liebig 19th Century Chemistry
37 Eddington Modern Astronomy
38 Harvey Circulation of the Blood
39 Malpighi Microscopic Anatomy
40 Huygens Wave Theory of Light
41 Gauss Mathematical Genius
42 von Haller 18th Century Medicine
43 Kekule Chemical Structure
44 Koch Bacteriology
45 Gell-Mann Eightfold Way
46 Fischer Organic Chemistry
47 Mendeleev Periodic Table of Elements
48 Glashow Discovery of Charm
49 Watson Structure of DNA
50 Bardeen Superconductivity
51 von Neumann Modern Computer
52 Feynman Quantum Electrodynamics
53 Wegener Continental Drift
54 Hawking Quantum Cosmology
55 van Leeuwenhoek Simple Microscope
56 von Laue X-ray Crystallography
57 Kirchhoff Spectroscopy
58 Bethe Energy of the Sun
59 Euclid Foundations of Mathematics
60 Mendel Laws of Inheritance
61 Onnes Superconductivity
62 Morgan Chromosomal Theory of Heredity
63 von Helmholtz Rise of German Science
64 Ehrlich Chemotherapy
65 Mayr Evolutionary Theory
66 Sherrington Neurophysiology
67 Dobzhansky Modern Synthesis
68 Delbnlck Bacteriophage
69 Lamarck Foundations of Biology
70 Bayliss Modern Physiology
71 Chomsky 20th Century Linguistics
72 Sanger Genetic Code
73 Lucretius Scientific Thinking
74 Dalton Theory of the Atom
75 Pierre-Raymond Wave/Particle Duality
76 Linnaeus Binomial Nomenclature
77 Piaget Child Development
78 Simpson Tempo of Evolution
79 Levi-Strauss Structural Anthropology
80 Margulis Symbiogenesis Theory
81 Landsteiner Blood Groups
82 Lorenz Ethology
83 Wilson Sociobiology
84 Hopkins Vitamins
85 Elion Pharmacology
86 Selye Stress Concept
87 Oppenheimer Atomic Era
88 Teller Bomb
89 Libby Radioactive Dating
90 Haeckel Biogenetic Principle
91 Salk Vaccination
92 Kraepelin 20th Century Psychiatry
93 Lysenko Soviet Genetics
94 Galton Eugenics
95 Binet I.Q. Test
96 Kinsey Human Sexuality
97 Fleming Penicillin
98 Skinner Behaviorism
99 Wundt Founding of Psychology
100 Archimedes Beginning of Science

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