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Monday, 12 November 2018

Top 10 Greatest Scientists Of All Time

So, today we are going to talk on about top 10 greatest scientists of all time. A scientist is someone who conduct scientific research to advance knowledge in an area of interest. Today world that we seen would not have changed, If these great personalities would not contributed. There is no doubt many scientist has contributed their ideas, research, experiment for the development of the world. The determination, passion, hard work and the attempt they put in their work helped them search something new about the globe. Today we are able to fly in the sky through airplane or look under the water it's only happened because of scientist. So, friend now we start our countdown of top 10 greatest scientists of all time.


10. Aristotle




In countdown of 10 greatest scientists first of all we are talking about ancient Greek Philosopher and scientist Aristotle. He is born on 384 BC, he was the student of Plato and the tutor of Alexander the Great. Aristotle was a biologist, zoologist, a political scientist and the master of rhetoric and logic. He worked in many field such as, In political science he addressed the state (polis). According to him " man is by nature a political animal". Aristotle is known as the father of political science because of his work entitle politics. He made the collection to the animal and plant specimen and classified them according to their distinguishing which made an standard for future work.


09. Archimedes




Archimedes is one of the greatest scientist of all time. He is born on 287 BC, Archimedes was a Greek Mathematician, Physicist, engineer, astronomer and inventor. He introduced the modern calculus, He gave the prove of first finite geometrical progression, which include surface area and volume of sphere and parabolic segments. In physics he gave the law of lever, density, fluid equilibrium, founded buoyancy in hydrostatic and static. He is credited with designing innovative machines, such as his screw pump, compound pulleys etc.


08. Galileo Galilei




Another greatest scientist for our collection is Galileo Galilei. He is born on 15 Feb 1564 at Italy. Galileo was a astronomer, engineer and physicist, He is also known as father of modern science. He studied speed, velocity and gravity inertia and projectile. He invented the first telescope for observing the celestial bodies. He also gave the law of pendulum and properties of hydrostatic balance. He proved that the sun existence the center of solar system which was said by Copernicus. He is most worked in applied science and technology.


07. Charles Darwin




Another scientist for our countdown is Charles Darwin was born on 12 Feb 1809 at Shropshire, England. He was an English biologist, naturalist and geologist. He is known for his contribution to science development. He published his theory of evolution with irresistible proof in his book On the Origin of Species, Overcoming scientific refuse of earlier concept of transmutation of species. His scientific discovery is the unifying principle of life science, which explaining the diversity of life.


06. Thomas Edison




Thomas Alva Edison was born on 11 Feb 1847 at New Jersey, U.S.A. He was the greatest scientist and inventor. He is credited with developing many devices in the areas such as mass communication, electric power generation, motion picture and sound recording. He played important role in introducing the modern age of electricity. He was the inventor of those thing which can most affects on our life is incandescent light bulb. He holding 1,093 patent invention in his life. He establishing first industrial research laboratory of the world.


05. Louis Pasteur




Louis Pasteur was born on 27 Dec 1822 in France. He gave astonishing contribution in the field of science. He spent of his life working for chemistry and microbiology, who discovered the principles of vaccination, microbial fermentation and pasteurization. He was the first person of the globe who discover the antidote for puerperal fever and make the vaccines for rabies and anthrax. His discoveries and inventions have save the many lives of the earth. He also invented a process of treating of milk free from damage to stop microbes contamination, which is called pasteurization. He gave the germ theory which directly impact on medicine.


04. Marie Curie




Marie Sklodowska Curie was one of the greatest scientists of all time. She was born on 7 November 1867 in Warsaw, Congress Poland. She was the physicist and chemist who conducted lay the groundwork research on radioactivity. Marie curie was the first lady to be awarded with a noble prize. She is a source of inspiration and motivation for different women scientist because of her achievement of work. She developed the theory of radioactivity. During the time of  World War I she invented the mobile radiography X-ray Machine which help us to check the injury of solider. She also discovered the two element polonium (Po) and radium (Ra). At the age of 66 she was died in 1934.


03. Sir Issac Newton




Sir Issac Newton is one of the greatest scientist, He is born on 1643 in Woolsthorpe, England. Newton was an English physicist, mathematics astronomer etc. He is define law of Gravitation and in mechanics he discover the three law of motion. In mathematics he developed the modern calculus. Newton is develop the empirical law of cooling and made the first logical calculation of of the speed of sound.


02. Albert Einstein




Albert Einstein was born on 14 march 1879 in Ulm, German Empire. He is the one of the greatest revolutionary scientist of all time. His contribution and work in physics makes him the father of modern physics. He is best known for his world famous equation E=mc2. In 1921 he received the Noble prize in physics for his explanation the law of photoelectric effect. In his life, he published the more than 300 scientific paper and 150 non-scientific paper. He contributed a lot to science. This great man was died on 1955.


01. Nikola Tesla




At last we are talking about Nikola Tesla the greatest scientist and inventor of all time. He was born on 10 July 1856 at Smiljan, Austrian Empire. Tesla was a electric engineer, mechanical engineer. His  famous discovery the design the model of Alternating Current (AC) electric supply system makes him popular. He established the laboratories and companies to progress the area of electrical and mechanical. He experiment with electromagnetic wave which led the invention of X-ray. Tesla had developed the many things by himself such as radio wave recorder, transistors, modern electric motor, etc. In 1943 he was died at New York.





So, readers these are the top 10 greatest scientists of all time. It is not necessary that everybody should be agree with this collection. But most people have accepted it.          

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