Galileo Galilei (Physicist, Scientist, Mathematician?

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7. Galileo Galilei (Physicist, Scientist, Mathematician) – He is the 7th most influential people in history. He was often called as Galileo and was born on February 15, 1564 in Pisa, Dutche of Florence, Italy. Galileo is an Italian physicist, engineer, astronomer, mathematician and philosopher. During the Renaissance Period, he played an important part on the scientific revolution. He is called as the Father of Physics, Science and Observational Astronomy. Galileo’s father was named Vicenzo Galilei who was a composer, music theorist and a lutenist. And his mother was named Giulia Ammannati. 8. Charles Darwin (Scientist, Naturalist, Biologist) – His full name is Charles Robert Darwin. He is an English geologist and naturalist, who was best …show more content…

Martin Luther King, Jr. (Minister, Minister of Religion, Civil Rights Activist) – He was an American Baptist activist, minister and humanitarian. He was born on January 15, 1929 at Atlanta, Georgia. King’s father was Reverend Martin Luther King, Sr. and his mother, Alberta Williams King. Michael King was Martin’s legitimate name but it was changed by the elder King and was replaced by Martin Luther King, Jr. in honor of Martin Luther. 13. Socrates (Philosopher) – He was a Greek philosopher recognized as one of the creators of Western Philosophy. He was famous for his Socratic Method, an art of reasoning. Socrates was born on 469 B.C. in Alopeke. His father, Sophroniscus was a Stonemason or a sculptor and his mother, Phaenarete was a midwife. Socrates was married to Xanthippe who had a not-so-good temperament. Xanthippe gave birth to three sons who were Menexenus, Lamprocles and Sophroniscus. 14. William Shakespeare (Lyricist, Author, Poet) – He was an English actor, playwright and poet. He was known as a great writer in the English language and a world’s greatest dramatist. William was baptized on April 26, 1964 in Startford-Upon-Avon, Warwickshire, West Midlands, England. At his age of 18, he was married to Anne Hathaway whom he had 3 children namely: the twins Hamnet and Judith, and …show more content…

Nikola Tesla (Physicist, Inventor, Futurist) – Nikola Tesla was a Serbian American electrical engineer, inventor, physicist, futurist and mechanical engineer who was recognized for his assistance in the proposal of alternating current (AC) for the system of electricity. He was born on July 10, 1856 in Smiljan, Austrian Empire which is presently known as Croatia. His father was named Milutin Tesla and was an Orthodox Priest. While his mother, Duka Tesla, was good in making home mechanical appliances, craft tools and has the skill to memorize Serbian poems. 18. Gautama Buddha (Philosopher) – He was also known for his full name Siddhartha Gautama. He was born on c. 563 BCE or c. 480 BCE in Lumbini, Shakya Republic which is presently known as Nepal and he grew up in Kapilavastu. His father, Suddhodana, was the dominant of the Shakiya clan and his mother, Maya, was a Koliyan princess. Buddha was a wise person and he influenced the Buddhism teaching. 19. Julius Caesar (Author, Politician) – His full name was Gaius Julius Caesar. He was a Roman general, statesman and prominent writer of Latin prose. Caesar was born on July 13, 100 BC in Rome. His father, Gaius Julius Caesar, was a Governor of the Province of Asia and his mother, Aurelia Cotta, came from a powerful family. It was on 85 BC when Caesar’s father died

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  • Explains that galileo is the 7th most influential people in history. he is an italian physicist, engineer, astronomer, mathematician and philosopher.
  • Explains that charles darwin is an english geologist and naturalist who was best recognized for his contributions to evolutionary theory.
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