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20 History geniuses
  • Thomas Young

    Vision motivates, sustains and dispels doubt. When I was a boy, I thought myself a man. Now that I am a man, I find myself a boy. The nature of light is a subject of no material importance to the concerns of life or to the practice of the arts, but it is in many other respects extremely interesting.

    Thomas Young

    Vision motivates, sustains and dispels doubt. When I was a boy, I thought myself a man. Now that I am a man, I find myself a boy. The nature of light is a subject of no material importance to the concerns of life or to the practice of the arts, but it is in many other respects extremely interesting.

    Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was a German poet, poet, writer, painter, researcher, anthropologist, philosopher, and German politician. He is a key figure in German literature and the classic Weimar movement as well as romanticism. On various IQ evaluation criteria, he scores from 1 to 2.

    He is one of Europe's great cultural men of the 9th and 8th centuries and one of the most prominent figures in world literature. The German Goethe, the English Shakespeare, the Greek Homer, and the Italian Dante are four pillars of European literature. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's home is in the Weimerian traditionalist complex.

    Works of Goethe's Index include Egmont, Roman chants, Faust, Color Theory, Italian Itinerary, Young Werther's Sufferings, Epheny Gene, and the Western-Eastern Divan. 

     Albert Einstein was a German theoretical physicist by the correct German pronoun, but known as Einstein, Einstein, and Einstein in Iran (born March 1 - April 2). He is best known for his theory of relativity, and in particular for the equivalence of mass and energy (E = mc۲) (one of the most famous physics relationships among non-physicists). In addition, he was instrumental in the development of quantum theory and statistical mechanics. Einstein's IQ is set at 0 to 3 on different criteria.

    Einstein received the Nobel Prize in Physics for a year for his service to theoretical physics, and especially for his discovery of the law of photoelectric effect. He is known for being one of the greatest physicists to enter the universe because of his impressive influence. In popular culture, the name "Einstein" is synonymous with high intelligence and genius.

    Leonardo Di Sir Piero Da Vinci was a scientist, painter, sculptor, architect, musician, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, geologist, surveyor, botanist and Italian Renaissance writer. His genius may have been more prominent than anything else. Leonardo is often cited as a prominent example of a Renaissance man. He is widely referred to as the greatest painter in history. Some also consider him the most talented person ever to have lived in this world. The Da Vinci IQ depends on various factors ranging from 1 to 2.

    Some Italian scholars have described him as having an Arab and Middle Eastern background by researching his reconstructed fingerprint. He was an extremely creative and curious person. He has recorded his ideas in a series of notes totaling thousands of pages. He had come up with ingenious designs for weapons such as steam cannons, flying machines and armored equipment, though many were never made.

    Da Vinci is the first aircraft designer and hundreds of other architectural works. One of his initiatives is diving and naval warfare. He also designed or invented machine guns, military tanks, watches known as da Vinci watches, kilometers, and other things, and wrote notes using his back line, which can only be read in front of a mirror. Da Vinci's worldwide fame is mostly due to his late-night paintings and Mona Lisa. Marco Rosky says of him:

    While there are many speculations about Leonardo, his vision of the world is fundamentally rational, not mysterious, and that the experimental methods he used were unusual for his time.

    Sir Isaac Newton was a British physicist, mathematician, astronomer, philosopher and citizen. He wrote his masterpiece "The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy" in the year 820. In this book, he introduced the concept of general gravity and outlined the laws of classical mechanics, explaining the laws of motion of objects. His other important work is the founding of calculus. Newton's IQ is estimated between 0 and 5 on various criteria.

    Newton's name is associated with the scientific revolution in Europe and the promotion of sun-central theory. He was the first to discover the natural rules governing earth and celestial circulation. He was also able to find mathematical proofs to prove Kepler's laws of motion. 

    Newton describes how objects move in the form of three laws. These rules are so clear that no one today thinks they need to be discovered. Newton, however, was the first to discover them by his genius and to solve the motions of the object. The set of triple laws of motion and the law of general gravity are the basis of modern technology and their importance has not diminished despite the emergence of more recent hypotheses.

    James Clerk Maxwell was a British physicist. Maxwell completed the theory of electromagnetism in electrodynamics, the mathematical formulation of which he named Maxwell's equations. These equations predicted the existence of electromagnetic waves. Maxwell therefore developed a theory that contradicted the theory of the particle property of light by Isaac Newton. Maxwell's IQ is set between 1 and 2 on various criteria. 

    The proof of the wavelength of light was later carried out by Heinrich Rudolph Hertz, and today it forms the basis of information systems such as radio, television, cell phones, wireless networks and even fast-trackers. He was the first to recognize that light was composed of electromagnetic waves and predicted the formation of modern electromagnetic waves.

    Rudolph Julius Emmanuel Clausius, a German physicist and mathematician, is one of a three-member group of great scientists in the field of thermodynamics, perhaps the greatest of all nineteenth-century scientific discoveries. His IQ is measured on a scale of 0 to 3 on different criteria.

    His first work was published in Year 2, and then a series of new discoveries emerged behind it until Year 2, and in Year 2 of their collection a book entitled Theory of Heat Mechanics was developed which consolidated the knowledge of thermodynamics on its bases. He was also one of the first scientists to refer to the continuous exchange of molecules and atoms, which later became the basis for the theory of electrolyte dissociation (molecular dissociation with charged atoms or ions).

    Nicholas Copernicus was a Polish astronomer, mathematician, and economist who developed and scientifically developed the central solar system theory. After years of studying and observing the celestial bodies, he concluded that it was not in the center of the Universe, as opposed to Earth's predecessors, but in the center of the solar system, and that other planets, including the Earth, orbited it. Copernicus IQ is estimated at 160 to 200.

    The Copernican revolutionary theory is one of the most brilliant discoveries of the Renaissance, which not only initiated modern astronomy, but also transformed human view of the universe. Copernicus spent nearly forty years completing his astronomical research, and until the end of his life he refused to publish his extraordinary views, and it was only in the year that the discourse about the rotation of his celestial globe was published.

    The ideas in Copernicus's book were more fundamental than they could be taken seriously, a printed copy of his work arrived just before his death in the context of illness. Because he was over 5 years old in this experiment and was almost blind and blind, he was unlikely to see this large print. The work he had spent all his life creating and creating. A few days after the publication of his book, Farewell Fanny, without knowing what a valuable service she had rendered to humanity. Eventually, eight years after his death, scientists accepted his ideas. Today, more than four centuries after his death, he is one of the greatest in the realm of knowledge.

    Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz was a German philosopher, mathematician and physicist who also played an important role in the European politics of his time and held a high position in the history of philosophy and mathematical history. His IQ is rated between 1 and 2.

    Leibniz obtained integral differential and computational calculations at the same time, but completely independent of Isaac Newton, and the symbols he used in these calculations are still widely used. (Eg dy / dx symbol for derivative of function f in x)

    He is one of the greatest philosophers of the Enlightenment. In classical mechanics, he believed that space and space were relative, while Newton insisted on his belief that the time and place were absolute. Leibniz was broad-minded, trying to reconcile all human doctrines and beliefs, and although he was a fan of Descartes, he did not blindly follow, saying: "Descartes' philosophy is the atrium of truth; it must be entered but must not be stopped. » Although Leibniz wrote many books, only two of his books remain. One is called "Human Intelligence" and the other is "Godliness" and both of these books are written in French.

    William James Sidys was an American prodigy who had an extraordinary ability to learn languages ​​and mathematics. He is known as one of the smartest human beings of all ages with IQs of 1 to 2 (since then the IQ has changed).

    At age 2, Sidis could easily read the New York Times and type letters in both English and French. He was about to enter Harvard at the age of nine, but because of his young age, he did not accept Sidis as a student.

    It is said to be capable of speaking in 6 different languages ​​and dialects. He was so obsessed with the media that he eventually settled down and traveled from city to city under different names. He died of a stroke at age 4.

    Thomas Young was one of the greatest physicists of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. He proved the wavelength of light by an important experiment known as the Yang experiment. He became known as the "Young Monster". Because he knew how to read at the age of eight, he began to learn math at the age of eight, and at the age of six, he began learning the French, Italian, Hebrew, Arabic and Farsi languages ​​that he learned at the age of eight. His IQ ranged from 185 to 200.

    Yang completed his medical education in medicine and received his Ph.D. in medicine at the Royal Institution in London. He focused his studies on the building of the eye and the nature of light and put forward his first theory of adaptation in vision. According to this theory, the radius of curvature of the eye changes because the image of objects at different distances on the retina is formed. He was also the first person to understand how the eyes perceive color.

     Carl Friedrich Gauss is the great German mathematician. He is known as one of the top mathematicians of all time, and perhaps one of the best. Because of Gauss's incredible research and achievements, he has been nicknamed "The Mathematician Prince". Gauss also called mathematics the "queen of science." His IQ is rated between 1 and 2. 

    His writings were particularly influential in the study of electromagnetism, and, of course, Gauss did not allow them to be published until he was convinced that the work was perfect.

    Galileo Galileo was a prominent Italian scientist and inventor in the 5th and 6th centuries. Galileo was proficient in physics, astronomy, mathematics and philosophy of science and was one of the founders of the scientific transformation and transition to the era of modern science. Galileo's IQ is measured on a scale of 1 to 2 on various criteria.

    Part of his fame is his endorsement of Copernicus's theory of the lack of centralization of land in the world, which led to his trial in the Inquiry Court. Galileo observed the skies with his own telescope and was able to see the details of the moon's surface.

    Leonard Euler was a prominent Swiss mathematician and physicist. He has made important discoveries in the fields of calculus and graph theory. Euler has also made important refinements to mathematical analysis such as the concept of mathematical function and is known for his work in mechanics, fluid dynamics, optics and astronomy. Euler IQ was measured on different criteria from 1 to 2.

    Euler spent most of his life in the city of St. Petersburg in Russia and the city of Berlin in the Prussian kingdom. He is one of the most prominent mathematicians of the 7th century and one of the greatest scientists of all time. Euler is regarded as one of the founders of pure mathematics.

    He adds to his discoveries every day, and the number is so high that even today his works have not been fully published. He spent three days resolving the issue raised by the academy and then fell ill. He lost one eye in the disease. At age 2, his eyesight lost. Although her eye was successful, her wound became infected and lost her eyes forever.

    Nikola Tesla Zadeh July 4 in the Austrian-Hungarian Empire - Died January 6 in New York State, American inventor, electrical engineer and Serbian mechanical engineer. He is best known for his contributions to the design of a new AC-based power system. His IQ has been determined from 1 to 2 in various experiments.

    Prior to moving to the United States, Tesla had experience in telecommunications and electrical engineering. He emigrated to the United States in 1884 to work for Thomas Edison in New York City. Shortly after, with the help of sponsors, Tesla began its independent business and built labs and factories to produce a wide range of electrical products.

    The royalties for the induction motor and alternating current transformer, which are Tesla's patents, were purchased by George Westinghouse, who had also hired Tesla as a consultant for a short time. Tesla's activities in the early years of the development of electric power also led to him becoming involved in corporate disputes over the adoption of alternating current or direct current as the standard of electrical power transmission. These differences are referred to as the war of currents.

    Tesla is today the inventor of radio and also the inventor of the 20th century. Tesla has been honored as a national champion in at least three countries, Croatia, Serbia and the United States.

     William Shakespeare was baptized in Stratford, England, on April 4, 1945. William Shakespeare was an English poet and playwright who was widely regarded as the greatest English writer. Bard of Avon is a nickname given to him in Stratford, England because of his birthplace. Shakespeare's IQ is measured at 1.

    Shakespeare's early plays include Henry IV, Titus Andronicus, Midnight Nights Dream, The Venetian Merchant, and Richard II, all dated to the mid- and late-1980s.

    As well as some of his famous tragedies written in the early 1980s include Otto, King Lear and Macbeth. Around the year Shakespeare returns to Stratford for a break, though he continues to write, which is considered his novel and comedy-transgression, such as Storm, Henry the Eighth, Symbolline and Winter's Tale. As for his sonnets, they were first published in Year 2. William Shakespeare died on April 5, at the age of fifty-two.

    Voltaire is one of the most famous French philosophers and writers of the Enlightenment. His fame is due to his extraordinary cleverness, his opposition to the Catholic Church, his support for freedom of religion, freedom of expression, and the separation of religion and politics. He was born in Paris in the 2nd year and his IQ in different criteria is 1 to 2.

    Throughout his life he was keenly defending natural science and its distinction with philosophy. Voltaire was involved in all literary and writing styles, including play, poetry, novels, essays, and historical and scholarly writing. He wrote more than 5,000 letters and more than 5,000 books and booklets. Like many of the Enlightenment thinkers, he was often criticized for his intolerance, religious fanaticism, and power structure in his contemporary France.

     Otoura Mallorana, a theoretical physicist from Italy, was studying the neutrino mass, the neutral subatomic electric particles that trigger the nuclear reaction. His IQ score is between 1 and 2.

    At the University of Nepal he obtained a master's degree in theoretical physics, but disappeared a year later while traveling by boat from Palermo to Naples. His body was never found. The Majorana equation and the Majorana fermion were registered in his name, and in the year 6 the Majorana Prize was awarded to him in theoretical physics.

     Immanuel Swedenborg was a Swedish theologian, philosopher and philosopher and scientist who had an IQ of between 2 and 4 on various criteria, and he kept a large handwriting of Divine Word.

    He devoted most of his life to research and study in the natural sciences, and he is a survivor of such works as "Heaven and Hell." Shortly after his death, his supporters immediately set up a crowd of followers of the Swede philosophy to study his thoughts. Immanuel Swedenborg claimed to be able to visit Heaven and Hell, and his ideas and ideas about spirituality, God and Christ were inspired by his dreams and dreams.

    Christopher Hirata was selected as the youngest American to win the gold medal at the International Physics Olympiad at the age of 9, earning his fame. He entered the California Institute of Technology a year later. IQ is Christopher II.

    He was just five years old when he collaborated on the NASA project "How to Migrate to Mars". At the age of eight, she received a doctorate from Princeton University. Christopher is now a professor of physics and astronomy at Ohio State University and is one of those people who are even jealous of him.

    John Stuart Mill, born May 9 and died May 9, is a 19th century British thinker. In addition to being a writer, he also wrote on logic, theory of cognition, ethics, and economics, and was an active figure in politics. His IQ score is on a scale of 0 to 5 on various criteria.

    Mill's political writings have focused on issues of political rights and freedoms, parliamentary rule and the status of women in society. In year 4, he published articles on On Liberty, arguing that freedom is one of the fundamental human rights. Other notable works of John Stuart Mill include women's subordination, utilitarianism, and reflection on elected government.