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100 Most Influential (just my opinion)

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    Posted: 10-Nov-2017 at 10:03
I apologize if this list rubs people the wrong way.  I don't mean, at all, to purport that this is some definitive list, at all.  This list was compiled with no rhyme nor reason and is just purely based on my biased opinion, lol.  But here it is, my list of the 100 most influential people in history:

Wanna talk about it?  :)

1. "Mitochondrial Eve"
2. Otto von Guericke
3. Cyrus II
4. Johannes Gutenberg
5. Muhammed
6. James Watt
7. Christopher Columbus
8. Carl Bosch
9. Isaac Newton
10. Genghis Khan
11. Aristotle
12. Homer
13. "ancestor of all that has natural blue eyes"
14. Louis Pasteur
15. William Paterson
16. Charles Darwin
17. Malcolm McLean
18. Mehmed II
19. James Clerk Maxwell
20. Tiglath-Pileser III
21. Abbes Sieyes
22. Alhacen
23. Li Si
24. Euclid
25. Julius Caesar
26. Claude Shannon
27. Edward Coke
28. Justinian I
29. Maharshi Veda Vyasa
30. Karl Marx
31. Brahmagupta
32. Alexander Fleming
33. Cai Lun
34. Martin Luther
35. Francis Russell (Duke of Bedford)
36. Menes/Narmer
37. Napoleon Bonaparte
38. Alyattes/Alyattes II
39. Johann van Oldenbarnevelt
40. John Snow
41. Thespis
42. Abu Bakr
43. Luca Pacioli
44. Edwin Drake
45. Gavrilo Princep
46. Marquess of Shen
47. Thomas Edison
48. David Ogilvy
49. Sundiata Keita
50. Harun al-Rashid
51. Adam Smith
52. John Montagu (Earl of Sandwich)
53. Richard Arkwright
54. Robert Peel
55. Ebenezer Cobb Morley
56. Parameswara
57. Peter Peregrinus of Maricourt
58. John Locke
59. Norbert Weiner
60. Charles Frederick Worth
61. Nicolas Appert
62. Friedrich Wohler
63. Elvis Presley
64. Dhabhani
65. George Cayley
66. Cesare Beccaria
67. Simon Stevin
68. John Smeaton
69. Pericles
70. Boulanger
71. Sumu-Abum
72. Gratian
73. Henry Bessemer
74. Vasili Arkhipov
75. Carl Wilhelm Scheele
76. Russell Marker
77. Saints Cyril and Methodius
78. Zhong Yao
79. Wilhelm von Humboldt
80. Otto Hahn/Lise Meitner
81. Thomas Cook
82. William Cullen
83. Hugh Capet
84. Norman Borlaug
85. Henrietta Lacks
86. Charles Henry Brent
87. Otto von Bismarck
88. Sanford Fleming
89. James Bonsack
90. William Shockley, Walter Brittain, John Bardeen
91. Henry Ford
92. Hennig Brandt
93. Charles Gordon Greene
94. Henry Luce
95. Charles Augustus Fey
96. James Ritty
97. Rachel Carson
98. Elizabeth Arden
99. Professor Ludovico Brunetti
100. Matthew Prior
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  Quote john1565 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23-Feb-2018 at 15:36
What criteria did you use to make this? I understand that it's your opinion
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  Quote Hapitomis Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 26-Mar-2018 at 12:03
I think that Moses has to be on any such list. (though I enjoyed reading your top 100)

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