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Part 15: 100 Most Influential Ranking


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Part 15: 100 Most Influential Ranking  

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  1. 1. Which of the following are among the most 100 influential people of all time? (See post for descriptions)

    • Imhotep
    • Immanuel Kant
    • Isaac Newton
    • J Robert Oppenheimer
    • Jabir ibn Hayyan
    • Jack the Ripper
    • Jacob Perkins
    • James Clerk Maxwell
    • James Cook
    • James I
    • None of the above have been among one of the 100 most influential people.
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Here's the 1st part of the 100 most influential rankings. 

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Imhotep Egyptian chancellor, architect, and high priest who is one of the few non-Pharoah's to be deified. Believed to be the architect of the Pyramid of Djoser, which is considered the first ever large-scale stone construction made by humans.
Immanuel Kant Arguably the most influential philosopher since Aristotle; Categorical Imperative has huge impact on moral philosophy; Thing in Itself has a huge impact on the concept of reality, reason, and interpretation; Critique of Pure Reason on rationalism, reason, etc.,; had impact on politics for his belief that greater Democracy mixed with international diplomacy will lead us to perpetual peace.
Isaac Newton laid the foundation for classical mechanics, developed the field of optics and was one of the two independent inventors of calculus. He formulated the laws of motion and universal gravitation. He also built the first practical refracting telescope. Arguably the most important man of science to have ever existed.
J Robert Oppenheimer The "Father of the Atomic Bomb" by developing the first used atomic bombs as part of the Manhattan Project
Jabir ibn Hayyan Called by some "The Father of Chemistry" for creating the oldest known systematic classification of chemical substances and instructions on how to work with most of them.
Jack the Ripper The most infamous serial killer of all time who is still a major pop culture icon today, partially because he was never caught.
Jacob Perkins "Father of Refrigeration" for inventing the first practical refrigerator.
James Clerk Maxwell Considered by some as the "Father of Modern Physics" for formulating the theory of electromagnetism, which led to the discovery of radio waves, which he predicted.
James Cook Explorer and mapper who from Hawaii to Australia, and the first European to contact the people in these two locations
James I Laid the foundation for Scotland joining the UK when he became King of both Scotland and England; presided during the creation of the King James Bible; patron of Shakespeare; led the first anti-smoking campaign
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