Most Famous and Successfull Person

People that has change the world by their work
1. Thomas Alva Edison
2.Wright Brothers
3.Mother Teresa
4.Louis Braile
5.Albert Einstein
6.Galileo Galilei
8.Martin Luther
9.Sun Tzu
10.Mahatma Gandhi
11.George Washington
12.Mikail Gorbachev
13.Sun Yat-Sen
14.Christopherus Columbus
15.Julius Caezar
16.Caezar Agustus
17.Abraham Lincoln
18.Neil Armstrong
19.Sir Winston Churchill
20.Marco Polo
21.Zheng He
22.Ludwig Beethoven
24.Luciano Pavaroti
25.Gary Kasparov
26.Margaret Thatcher
27.Indira Gandhi
28. Lee Kuan Yew
29.Jules Verne
30.Agatha Christie
31.Nelson Mandela
32.Joan d'Arc
33.Walt Disney
34.H.C Andersen
36.Johan Sebastian Bach
37.Rowan Atkinson (Mr.Bean)
39.Robert Morisson
40.Alexander Graham Bell
41.Great Alexander
44.Dr.Ian Flemming
45.Helen Keller
46.Nick Vujicic
47.James Watt
48.Florence Nightingale
49.Arthur Conan Doyle
50.Alfred Nobel
51.Karl Friedrich May (Book Writter)
52.Freddy Mercury
53.Nat King Cole
54.Dalai Lama (Monk)
55.Louis Pasteur
56.Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882 – 1945) US President 1932 – 1945
57.Lord Baden Powell (1857 - 1941) British Founder of scout movement
58.Pablo Picasso (1881 – 1973) Spanish modern artist
59.Chiang Kai Shek
61.Tat Mo Cho Su
62.Sima Qian
63.Miyamoto Musashi (Japan)
64.Rocky Marciano
65. Steve Jobs (1955 – 2012) co-founder of Apple computers
66.Eva Peron (1919 – 1952) First Lady of Argentina 1946 – 1952
67.Benazir Bhutto
68.Barack Obama
69.Sir Raffles (England)
70.General Mac Arthur
71.Kahlil Gibran
72.Pele (Brazil)
73.Muhammad Ali (Caysius Clay)
74.Charlie Chaplin
75.Marcel Marceau
76.Elvis Presley
77.Rudy Hartono
78.Heinze Simon
79.Michael Jordan
80.Akebono Taro (Sumo from Hawaii)
81.Tiger Wood
82.Stephen King
83.Colonel Sanders
84.Karl Jobes
85.Roger Moore
86.Bruce Lee
87.Elon Musk (1971 – ) Business magnate, and entrepreneur.
88.Rupert Murdoch
89.Bill Gates
90.Jack Ma
91.Rupert Murdoch
93.Sir Julius Chan
94.James Brown
95.Leslie Nielsen
97.Kenny Gee
98.Julio Iglesias
99.Billy Graham
100.Boney M

Thomas Alva Edison

Thomas Edison Biography
Thomas Edison (1847 - 1931) was an American inventor and businessman who developed and made commercially available - many key inventions of modern life. His Edison Electric company was a pioneering company for delivering DC electricity directly into people's homes. He filed over 1,000 patents for a variety of different inventions. Crucially, he used mass-produced techniques to make his inventions available at low cost to households across America. His most important inventions include the electric light bulb, the phonograph, the motion picture camera, an electric car and the electric power station. "None of my inventions came by accident. I see a worthwhile need to be met and I make trial after trial until it comes. What it boils down to is one per cent inspiration and ninety-nine per cent perspiration."
- Thomas Edison, interview 1929


Wright Brothers

Orville Wright (1871 - 1948) | Wilbur Wright. (1867 - 1912) The Wright brothers - Orville and Wilbur Wright are credited with building and flying the first heavier than air aeroplane. They achieved the first recorded flight on 17 December 1903. Over the next ten years, they continued to develop the aircraft making a significant contribution to the development of the modern aeroplane. Their particular contribution was in the effective control of an aeroplane, through their three-axis control system. This basic principle is still used today. It was for this control mechanism that the Wright’s received their first US patent – 821,393.


Mother Teresa
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Biography Mother Teresa
Mother Teresa (1910-1997) was a Roman Catholic nun who devoted her life to serving the poor and destitute around the world. She spent many years in Calcutta, India where she founded the Missionaries of Charity, a religious congregation devoted to helping those in great need. In 1979, Mother Teresa was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize and became a symbol of charitable, selfless work. In 2016, Mother Teresa was canonised by the Roman Catholic Church as Saint Teresa.


Louis Braille, French Educator, Braille Writting Method Founder

Louis Braille, (born January 4, 1809, Coupvray, near Paris, France-died January 6, 1852, Paris), French educator who developed a system of printing and writing, called Braille, that is extensively used by the blind.

Braille was himself blinded at the age of three in an accident that occurred while he was playing with tools in his father's harness shop. A tool slipped and plunged into his right eye. Sympathetic ophthalmia and total blindness followed. Nevertheless, he became a notable musician and excelled as an organist. Upon receiving a scholarship, he went in 1819 to Paris to attend the National Institute for Blind Children, and from 1826 he taught there.

Braille became interested in a system of writing, exhibited at the school by Charles Barbier, in which a message coded in dots symbolizing sounds was embossed on cardboard. When he was 15, he worked out an adaptation, written with a simple instrument, that met the needs of the sightless. He later took this system, which consists of a six-dot code in various combinations, and adapted it to musical notation. He published a treatise on his type system in 1829, and in 1837 he published a three-volume Braille edition of a popular history schoolbook.

During the last years of his life Braille was ill with tuberculosis. A century after his death, Braille's remains (minus his hands, which were kept in his birthplace of Coupvray) were moved to Paris for burial in the Pantheon.

Albert Einstein
Albert Einstein was born at Ulm, in Wurttemberg, Germany, on March 14, 1879. Six weeks later the family moved to Munich, where he later on began his schooling at the Luitpold Gymnasium. Later, they moved to Italy and Albert continued his education at Aarau, Switzerland and in 1896 he entered the Swiss Federal Polytechnic School in Zurich to be trained as a teacher in physics and mathematics. In 1901, the year he gained his diploma, he acquired Swiss citizenship and, as he was unable to find a teaching post, he accepted a position as technical assistant in the Swiss Patent Office. In 1905 he obtained his doctor's degree.

During his stay at the Patent Office, and in his spare time, he produced much of his remarkable work and in 1908 he was appointed Privatdozent in Berne. In 1909 he became Professor Extraordinary at Zurich, in 1911 Professor of Theoretical Physics at Prague, returning to Zurich in the following year to fill a similar post.
In 1914 he was appointed Director of the Kaiser Wilhelm Physical Institute and Professor in the University of Berlin. He became a German citizen in 1914 and remained in Berlin until 1933 when he renounced his citizenship for political reasons and emigrated to America to take the position of Professor of Theoretical Physics at Princeton. He became a United States citizen in 1940 and retired from his post in 1945.

After World War II, Einstein was a leading figure in the World Government Movement, he was offered the Presidency of the State of Israel, which he declined, and he collaborated with Dr. Chaim Weizmann in establishing the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Einstein always appeared to have a clear view of the problems of physics and the determination to solve them. He had a strategy of his own and was able to visualize the main stages on the way to his goal. He regarded his major achievements as mere stepping-stones for the next advance.

Galileo Galilei

Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) is considered the father of modern science and made major contributions to the fields of physics, astronomy, cosmology, mathematics and philosophy. Galileo invented an improved telescope that let him observe and describe the moons of Jupiter, the rings of Saturn, the phases of Venus, sunspots and the rugged lunar surface. His flair for self-promotion earned him powerful friends among Italy’s ruling elite and enemies among the Catholic Church’s leaders. Galileo’s advocacy of a heliocentric universe brought him before religious authorities in 1616 and again in 1633, when he was forced to recant and placed under house arrest for the rest of his life.

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Archimedes of Syracuse c287 - c212 BC was a Greek mathematician, physicist, engineer, astronomer, and inventor from the ancient city of Syracuse in Sicily. Although few details of his life are known, he is regarded as one of the leading scientists in classical antiquity. Considered to be the greatest mathematician of ancient history, and one of the greatest of all time,[5] Archimedes anticipated modern calculus and analysis by applying the concept of the infinitely small and the method of exhaustion to derive and rigorously prove a range of geometrical theorems including: the area of a circle; the surface area and volume of a sphere; area of an ellipse; the area under a parabola; the volume of a segment of a paraboloid of revolution; the volume of a segment of a hyperboloid of revolution; and the area of a spiral.

His other mathematical achievements include deriving an approximation of pi; defining and investigating the spiral that now bears his name; and devising a system using exponentiation for expressing very large numbers. He was also one of the first to apply mathematics to physical phenomena, founding hydrostatics and statics. Archimedes' achievements in this area include a proof of the principle of the lever, the widespread use of the concept of center of gravity, and the enunciation of the law of buoyancy. He is also credited with designing innovative machines, such as his screw pump, compound pulleys, and defensive war machines to protect his native Syracuse from invasion.

Martin Luther
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Martin Luther, (born November 10, 1483, Eisleben, Saxony [Germany]- died February 18, 1546, Eisleben), German theologian and religious reformer who was the catalyst of the 16th-century Protestant Reformation. Through his words and actions, Luther precipitated a movement that reformulated certain basic tenets of Christian belief and resulted in the division of Western Christendom between Roman Catholicism and the new Protestant traditions, mainly Lutheranism, Calvinism, the Anglican Communion, the Anabaptists, and the Antitrinitarians. He is one of the most influential figures in the history of Christianity.

Soon after Luther's birth, his family moved from Eisleben to the small town of Mansfeld, some 10 miles (16 km) to the northwest. His father, Hans Luther, who prospered in the local copper-refining business, became a town councillor of Mansfeld in 1492. There are few sources of information about Martin Luther's childhood apart from his recollections as an old man; understandably, they seem to be coloured by a certain romantic nostalgia.

Luther began his education at a Latin school in Mansfeld in the spring of 1488. There he received a thorough training in the Latin language and learned by rote the Ten Commandments, the Lord's Prayer, the Apostles' Creed, and morning and evening prayers. In 1497 Luther was sent to nearby Magdeburg to attend a school operated by the Brethren of the Common Life, a lay monastic order whose emphasis on personal piety apparently exerted a lasting influence on him.
In 1501 he matriculated at the University of Erfurt, at the time one of the most distinguished universities in Germany. The matriculation records describe him as in habendo, meaning that he was ineligible for financial aid, an indirect testimonial to the financial success of his father. Luther took the customary course in the liberal arts and received the baccalaureate degree in 1502. Three years later he was awarded the master's degree.
His studies gave him a thorough exposure to Scholasticism; many years later, he spoke of Aristotle and William of Ockham as "his teachers."

Sun Tzu

Sun Tzu was a general from ancient China.Sun Tzu (l. c. 500 BCE) was a Chinese military strategist and general best known as the author of the work The Art of War, a treatise on military strategy (also known as The Thirteen Chapters).
He was associated (formally or as an inspiration) with The School of the Military, one of the philosophical systems of the Hundred Schools of Thought of the Spring and Autumn Period (c. 772-476 BCE), which advocated military preparedness in maintaining peace and social order.

Whether an individual by the name of Sun-Tzu existed at all has been disputed in the same way scholars and historians debate the existence of his supposed contemporary Lao-Tzu (l. c. 500 BCE), the Taoist philosopher. The existence of The Art of War, however, and its profound influence since publication clearly proves that someone existed to produce said work, and tradition holds that the work was written by one Sun-Tzu. His historicity would seem to have been confirmed by the discovery in 1972 CE of his work, as well as that of his apparent descendant, Sun Bin (d. 316 BCE) who wrote another Art of War, in a tomb in Linyi (Shandong province). Scholars who challenge his historicity, however, still claim that this proves nothing as the earlier Art of War could still have been composed by someone other than Sun-Tzu.

Mahatma Gandhi (India)

Mahatma Gandhi was a politic leader from India.

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