From the beginning of human settlement, many people came up with philosophies, experiments, researches, etc. for bringing myths to reality. These scientists studied various aspects of nature to improve the lives of mankind. Here are the five greatest scientists of all times who had the most influence on human lives.
Nikola Tesla (1856-1943 AD)
He is a Serbian scientist who had great knowledge in various fields of science technology. He spoke eight languages and could recite a whole book by just reading it once. He could make a device by just looking at it once. He generated ac current before Edison. Marconi, the Nobel prize winner for inventing radio, used the ideas of Tesla. Many other important discoveries were made based on Tesla’s ideas.
Albert Einstein (1879-1955 AD)
He is known as one of the best revolutionary scientists till today. He is the father of modern physics for developing the general theory of relativity. The famous formula E=mc2 is based on his theory. He won the Nobel Prize in 1921 his discovery of the photoelectric effect.
Sir Isaac Newton (1643-1727 AD)
He was born on 1643 in England. He is well known for his law of gravitation. He was not a good student at school, but he loved making models of windmills and mechanical toys.He found the theory of gravity and gravitation by inventing calculus. His laws are found in various areas of mechanics, chemistry and optics.
Louis Pasteur (1822-1895 AD)
He made amazing contributions to science, medicine and technology. He was born in 1822 and worked in chemistry and microbiology. He studied about fermentation in food elements caused by microbes. He proposed a theory called ‘Germ Theory’. He invented ‘pasteurization’, a process that treated milk free from the harmful microbes.
Marie Curie Sklodowska (1867-1934 AD)
She was the first female to get Nobel Prize. She was born in Poland. She remains the source of motivation and inspiration of many female scientists for her determination of work.She invented the first mobile X-ray machine that was used to check the injured soldiers in the battlefield. She also invented radium. She died in 1934 of radiation poisoning.