Famous politicians and historical figures
Speaking about the world of cinema and about famous actors, the image of Charlie Chaplin always pops up. The image of the wanderer intellectual invented by him was liked by…

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Alexander Vasilievich Suvorov
The outstanding commander did not know a single defeat. Going all the way from a simple soldier to the top of the hierarchy of the Russian army, this talented man…

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Petr Stolypin
Peter Stolypin - Prime Minister and Interior Minister of the Russian Empire, presented by some researchers as a tyrant and a “fake hero”, others as a bold reformer who made…

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The most famous scientists

Considerable contribution to science is made by scientists and eminent scientists. In every field of science there are a number of especially honored, famous scientists. For example, speaking of psychology, it is impossible not to recall Sigmund Freud, who first brought together in practice such concepts as treatment and research. In psychological terms, he was able to explain human behavior for the first time. It was thanks to his principles and conclusions that the observational-based comprehensive theory of personality was born. Sigmund Freud is the most famous researcher and connoisseur of human souls. Another famous psychologist is Carl Jung. While studying at university, he specialized in psychiatry. His psychology has a lot of followers, not only among physicians, but also among philosophers.

The American physicist who first created the atomic bomb is Robert Oppenheimer. Creating it, he did not imagine that he would soon witness a considerable number of victims caused by her in Nagasaki and in Hiroshima. It is considered not only the “father of the atomic bomb”, but also the discoverer of the black holes of our Universe. Academician Sergei Korolev is the most famous scientist who devoted himself to space and space technology.

Read: Famous lesbians and their second half scientific stations. Alexander Fleming is a significant biologist by whom the world learned about penicillin. He also owns the discovery of lysocism (or an antibacterial enzyme). His discoveries are among the most important made by scientists in the twentieth century. The most prominent mathematician of the last century was Andrei Kolmogorov. He stood at the origins of the creation of the theory of probability, being one of its founders. He was also able to get fundamental results in many areas of mathematics. Mikhail Lomonosov is perhaps the most famous historian in Russian history. Read: Domestic stars for 50 without make-up (photo) One of the most prominent chemists is Antoine Laurent Lavoisier. His biggest contribution to this science is the theory of combustion phenomena. Another chemist, Mikhail Lomonosov, is recognized as the creator of such a trend in science as physical chemistry. Like Lavoisier, almost at the same time, he derived the law of conservation of mass of a substance.

Most likely, there is no such person who knows nothing about Albert Einstein. This physicist has developed a number of physical theories, has written nearly three hundred scientific papers, he is the founder of modern theoretical physics. The listing of the most famous scientists could be continued. It is quite difficult to choose among the outstanding, most significant, and those whose contribution to the development of science is the greatest.

William Shakespeare
Shakespeare (Shakespeare) William (23.4. 1564, Stratford-on-Avon, - 23.4.1616, ibid.), English playwright and poet. Rod in the family of an artisan and merchant John S. He studied at a grammar school,…

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Mahatma Gandhi
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born on October 2, 1869 in the coastal city of Porbandar in a Vaishnava family that belonged to the Vaishya caste. The family had four children.…

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Gabriel Fahrenheit
The temperature scale of Celsius has long been recognized worldwide. However, even today in the USA and England they often use the temperature scale created at the beginning of the…

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Theresa May
Theresa May is a famous British politician. From 2010 to 2012, she headed the ministerial portfolio for women's affairs (for equality) in the government of David Cameron, and later served…

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