Sharing your scoops to your social media accounts is a must to distribute your curated content. Not only will it drive traffic and leads through your content, but it will help show your expertise with your followers.تحميل نيك اجنبي 2017 نعرض لكم تحميل نيك اجنبي 2017 ليلة راس السنة نيك اجانب في اثناء الاحتفال بعيد راس السنة اقوي فيلم نيك اجانب تميز وروعة ستشاهدها تحميل ن.Mom Lets Tween Wear Victoria's Secret.For what it's worth, here's my own work-in-progress 100: 1. Imhotep, 27th century BC Egyptian credited with setting down the principles of architecture, engineering, & medicine 2. Zoroaster, about 18th-10th centuries BC Iranian first known promoter of the idea of good vs. evil 3. En-hedu-ana, 2285BC-2250BC Iraqi first known user of written language 4. Hammurabi, about 1750BC Iraqi first known advocate of written laws 5. Solon, 638BC-558BC Greek first known advocate of electing leaders 6. Mahavira, 599BC-527BC Indian first known advocate of nonviolence 7. Aeschylus, 524BC-455BC Greek first known creator of the artistic idea of tragedy 8. Herodotus, 490BC-430BC Greek first known creator of written history 9. Thucydides, 460BC-395BC Greek first known user of political realism & scientific reporting 10. Laozi, 4th century BC Chinese first known advocate of a love of nature 11. Hippocrates, 460BC-370BC, Greek first known medical educator 12. Epicurus, 341BC-270BC, Greek founder of Epicureanism, which would have a profound impact on all later religious and philosophical ideas in the European tradition 13. Zeno of Citium, 334BC-262BC Greek founder of Stoicism, which would have a profound impact on all later religious and philosophical ideas in the European tradition 14. Ashoka, 304BC-232BC Indian first known advocate of abolishing slavery, first known promoter of arboriculture, & a major influence in spreading Buddhism as a world religion 15. Euclid, 300BC Greek founder of geometry 16. Archimedes, 287BC-212BC Greek inventor of levers, pulleys, & pi 17. Eratosthenes, 276BC-194BC Greek founder of geography 18. Jesus, about 5BC-30CE Israeli founder of Christianity, the first monotheistic, cross-ethnic religion 19. Cai Lun, 50-121 Chinese inventor of paper 20. Al-Kindi, 801-873 Iraqi inventor of Arabic numerals 21. Abu al-Qasim al-Zahrawi, 936-1013 Spanish first known advocate of modern surgery 22. Avicenna, 980-1037 Iranian first known advocate of modern medicine 23. Madhava of Sangamagrama, 1350-1425 Indian founder of mathematical analysis 24. Christopher Columbus, 1451-1506 Spanish first powerful invader of the Western Hemisphere 25. Nicolaus Copernicus, 1473-1453 Polish leader of the Scientific Revolution 26. Bartolomé de las Casas, 1484-1566 Spanish first known advocate of human rights 27. Francis Bacon, 1561-1626 English first known advocate of the Scientific Method 28. Galileo Galilei, 1564-1642 Italian founder of modern science 29. Baruch Spinoza, 1632-1677 Dutch leader in The Enlightenment and founder of Biblical criticism 30. John Locke, 1632-1704 British first known advocate of political liberalism 31. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek, 1632-1723 Dutch founder of microbiology 32. Isaac Newton, 1643-1727 British founder of classical mechanics 33. Antoine Lavoisier, 1743-1749 French founder of modern chemistry 34. Montesquieu, 1689-1755 French first known advocate of a separation of powers 35. Voltaire, 1694-1778 French first widely-read advocate of freedom of religion & freedom of trade 36. Muhammad ibn Musa al-Khwarizmi, 780-850 Iraqi inventor of decimal numbers & equations 37. Adam Smith, 1723-1790 British first widely-read advocate of capitalism & modern economics 38. Jeremy Bentham, 1748-1832 British first widely-known advocate of separation of church & state and of sexual rights 39. Gregor Mendel, 1822-1884 Czech founder of modern genetics 40. Samuel Morey, 1762-1843 American inventor of the internal combustion engine 41. Michael Faraday, 1791-1867 British inventor of the first viable form of usable electricity 42. Henry David Thoreau, 1817-1862 American first widely-read advocate of civil disobedience 43. Paul Reuter, 1816-1899 German founder of international, organized news reporting 44. Nikolay Bernardos, 1842-1905 Russian inventor of practical arc welding 45. Alexander Graham Bell, 1847-1922 American inventor of the practical telephone 46. George Eastman, 1854-1932 American promoter of mainstream photography 47. Sigmund Freud, 1856-1939 British founder of psychoanalysis 48. Ernest Rutherford, 1871-1937 British founder of nuclear physics 49. Adolf Hitler, 1889-1945 German architect of the Holocaust & advocate of jet aircraft & rocket technology 50. the Wright Brothers, 1871-1948 American inventors of the airplane 51. Ludwig Prandtl, 1875-1953 German founder of aeronautical engineering 52. Albert Einstein, 1879-1955 American founder of modern physics 53. Tim Berners-Lee, born 1955 British inventor of the World Wide Web 54. Leó Szilárd, 1898-1964 American inventor of nuclear reactors 55. Sergey Korolyov, 1907-1966 Russian founder of practical astronautics 56. Min Chueh Chang, 1908-1991 American inventor of birth control 57. Marc Andreessen, born 1971 American inventor of web browsers 58. Francis Crick, 1916-2004 American discoverer of DNA structure 59. Paul the Apostle, 5-67 Israeli promoter of Christianity as a cross-cultural religion 60. Gaetan Dugas, 1953-1984 Canadian carrier of HIV throughout North America 61. Norman Borlaug, 1914-2009 American leader in the Green Revolution 62. Emperor Yang of Sui, 589-618 Chinese first known advocate of examinations for public office 63. Enrico Fermi, 1901-1954 American inventor of nuclear weapons 64. Harry Truman, 1884-1972 American founder of the United Nations 65. Bill Gates, born 1955 American leader of the Personal Computer Revolution 66. Edward Jenner, 1749-1823 British founder of immunology 67. Muhammad, about 570-632 Saudi Arabian founder of Islam 68. Ali, 598-661, Iraqi leader of the split between Shia & Sunni Islam 69. John Edgar Hoover, 1895-1972 first powerful advocate of fingerprint files & police forensic labs 70. Gautama Buddha, about 486BC Indian founder of Buddhism 71. Hiram Stevens Maxim, 1840-1916 British inventor of the portable, fully automatic machine gun 72. Frederick Douglass, 1818-1895 American leader in the abolition of American slavery 73. Mao Zedong, 1893-1976 Chinese leader of China as a world power 74. Sophocles, about 497BC-406BC inventor of character development 75. Valmiki, 5th century BC Nepali collector of the Ramayana, a central document of Hinduism 76. The Yellow Emperor, about 2697BC-2598BC Chinese founder of Chinese civilization (He's not likely to make the final cut since he's probably completely mythological. Imhotep at #1 may be largely legendary as well, at least in regards to his achievements, but he probably did exist as an actual, nameable historical figure. This is more than can be confidently said for Moses, who was included in Hart's list. I'm still up in the air concerning semi-legendary figures. Their achievements are almost certainly overstated, but to not include them seems to discount the massive achievements of pre-literate or partially literate cultures. Because of the flow of history, this will usually coincide with discounting the achievements of non-white people as well. So that's a hard one.) 77. Shih Huang Ti, 259BC-210BC Chinese unifier of China as a national culture 78. George Washington, 1732-1799 founder of the United States, the first known nation without a state religion 79. Justus von Liebig, 1803-1873 German founder of the fertilizer industry 80. Umar, 586-654 Saudi Arabian destroyer of traditional Persian religion, once possibly the most popular religion in the world 81. William Murray, 1st Earl of Mansfield, 1705-1793 leader in the abolition of English slavery 82. Luca Pacioli, 1446-1517 Italian founder of accounting 83. Thomas Edison, 1847-1931 American inventor of the practical light bulb and the motion picture camera 84. Napoléon I, 1769-1821 French promoter of the administrative & judicial foundations of western Europe 85. Karl Benz, 1844-1929 German inventor of the gas-powered automobile 86. Elisha Otis, 1811-1861 American inventor of the safety elevator 87. Alexander Fleming, 1881-1955 British founder of the pharmaceutical industry 88. Swami Vivekananda, 1863-1902 Indian advocate for the revival of Hinduism in modern India 89. Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 1712-1778 Swiss promoter of many of the central ideas of Romanticism 90. Peter the Great, 1672-1725 Russian leader of Russia as a major European power 91. Themistocles, about 524BC-459BC Greek leader on a path that would eventually lead toward Eurocentric world dominance 92. Muhammad ibn Zakariya al-Razi, 865-925 Iranian discoverer of alcohol, kerosene, & sulfuric acid 93. Louis Le Prince, 1842-1890 French inventor of motion pictures 94. George Ludwig, 1922-1973 American inventor of ultrasounds 95. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, 1869-1948 Indian leader in the founding of the Republic of India 96. Shivaji, 1630-1680 Indian first known promoter of guerrilla warfare 97. William Harvey, 1578-1657 British promoter of an understanding of the properties of blood 98. Rachel Carson, 1907-1964 American founder of the global environmental movement 99. Eleanor Roosevelt, 1884-1962 American primary author of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights 100. 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