ALPHABETICAL BRAIN™ VOCABULARY
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LINKS TO THE 100 MOST
INFLUENTIAL SCIENTISTS IN HISTORY

February 13, 2020

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What is the pattern of the 100 most influential discoveries and inventions during the past 2,400 years that has produced the scientific method, computers, digital information, social media, mass media, and the new humanism?

Notes: The 100 most influential scientists in history are listed in the century they died, with the exception of Noam Chomsky and James Watson, who at the age of 91 are both still alive in the 21st century!

The 97 blue avatars represent the 97 most influential male scientists and the 3 pink avatars represent the 3 most influential female scientists.

In addition, 27 orange avatars will represent the 27 most influential alternative scientists who could have been included on the list of the 100 most influential scientists in history, depending upon a few notable criteria.

The newest influential scientific discoveries and inventions are all based on the creative thinking of the 100 most influential scientists in the history of the West.

These 100 most influential scientists provided the essential scientific experimental procedures and technical tools that were used to begin the study of the human brain and human behavior from the end of the 19th century, and throughout the 20th century, and into the 21st century.

Contemporary scientific achievements will be described in the Contemporary Science Timeline on the Alphabetical Brain Vocabulary App, which will be online soon.

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