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I think I'll do this again for this forum, but here was the results of the 100 Most Influential (going through 350ish people) in the old 270Soft Forum from most to least influential:

Jesus
William Shakespeare
Isaac Newton
Albert Einstein
George Washington
Muhammad
Charles Darwin
Franklin D Roosevelt
Karl Marx
Thomas Jefferson
Tim Berners-Lee
Bill Gates
Hippocrates
Moses
Dwight D Eisenhower
Marco Polo
Otto von Bismarck
Adolf Hitler
Virgin Mary
Adam and Eve
Christopher Columbus
Buddha
Galileo
Genghis Khan
Alexander the Great
Joseph Stalin
Leonardo da Vinci
Walt Disney
J Robert Oppenheimer
St. Paul
Mao Zedong
The Beatles
Niels Bohr
Abraham Lincoln
Alexander Hamilton
Neil Armstrong
Mikhail Gorbachev
Pericles
James Madison
Deng Xiaoping
Aristotle
Plato
Confucius
Wright Bros
Mohandes Gandhi
Immanuel Kant
Henry Ford
Martin Luther King Jr
Napoleon Bonaparte
Hammurabi
Martin Luther
Augustus Caesar
John Locke
Benjamin Franklin
Pope John Paul II
Michelangelo
Archimedes
Theodore Roosevelt
Ludwig Van Beethoven
Ernest Rutherford
Omar Khayyam
Walt Whitman
Pier Giorgio Perotto
Sergey Brin & Larry Page
Catherine the Great
Charles Goodyear
Hernan Cortes
Charles II
Louis Pasteur
Socrates
Johannes Gutenberg
Thomas Edison
Gregor Mendel
Winston Churchill
Homer
Samuel Colt
Arthur Conan Doyle
Adam Smith
Cicero
Mark Zuckerberg
Mother Teresa
Rene Descartes
Elizabeth I
Qin Shi Huang
John Calvin
Niccolo Machiavelli
Queen Isabella I
Saint Peter
Queen Victoria
Vincent Van Gogh
Blaise Pascal
Nelson Mandela
Miguel de Cervantes
Florence Nightingale
Henry Bessemer
Leo Tolstoy
Constantine the Great
Vladimir Lenin
Charles Babbage
Norman Borlaug
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6 hours ago, Patine said:

Now that you mention is, I think Charles Babbage and Ada Loveless are missing, too, which is much more conspicuous given how, we here, are corresponding with each other right now.

Yea and Al Gore!

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1 hour ago, Patine said:

That's a lame old gag... 😪

Babbage and Loveless actually have legitimate claim to the legacy.

Well I guess she is right where she's suppose to be considering her last name is actually Lovelace. Unless of course we're talking about the musician...which I find unlikely

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