February 24, 2024

100 People Who Changed The World

Here is a list of 100 people who changed the world and have had a profound impact on humanity.100 people

  1. Albert Einstein – theoretical physicist
  2. Mahatma Gandhi – a political and spiritual leader
  3. William Shakespeare – playwright and poet
  4. Mother Teresa – Roman Catholic nun and missionary
  5. Martin Luther King Jr. – civil rights activist
  6. Leonardo da Vinci – a polymath
  7. Charles Darwin – naturalist and biologist
  8. Nelson Mandela – anti-apartheid revolutionary and politician
  9. Marie Curie – physicist and chemist
  10. Isaac Newton – mathematician and physicist
  11. Winston Churchill – politician and writer
  12. Alexander Graham Bell – inventor
  13. Thomas Edison – inventor
  14. Galileo Galilei – astronomer and physicist
  15. Steve Jobs – entrepreneur and inventor
  16. Stephen Hawking – physicist and cosmologist
  17. Pablo Picasso – artist
  18. Johannes Gutenberg – inventor of the printing press
  19. Elvis Presley – musician and cultural icon
  20. Abraham Lincoln – 16th President of the United States
  21. Henry Ford – industrialist and founder of the Ford Motor Company
  22. John F. Kennedy – 35th President of the United States
  23. Muhammad Ali – boxer and civil rights activist
  24. Coco Chanel – fashion designer
  25. Dalai Lama – the spiritual leader of Tibetan Buddhism
  26. Anne Frank – writer and Holocaust victim
  27. Neil Armstrong – astronaut and the first person to walk on the moon
  28. Mahatma Gandhi – a political and spiritual leader
  29. Oprah Winfrey – media executive, actress, and philanthropist
  30. Harriet Tubman – abolitionist and political activist
  31. Albert Schweitzer – theologian and humanitarian
  32. Rosa Parks – civil rights activist
  33. Christopher Columbus – explorer and navigator
  34. Amelia Earhart – aviator and author
  35. Walt Disney – animator and film producer
  36. Louis Pasteur – microbiologist and chemist
  37. Henry David Thoreau – writer and philosopher
  38. Susan B. Anthony – women’s rights activist
  39. William Faulkner – writer
  40. Ludwig van Beethoven – composer
  41. Benjamin Franklin – statesman, inventor, and author
  42. Jane Goodall – primatologist and anthropologist
  43. Martin Luther – Protestant reformer
  44. Friedrich Nietzsche – philosopher
  45. Elvis Presley – musician and cultural icon
  46. Christopher Hitchens – journalist and author
  47. Vincent van Gogh – an artist
  48. Neil deGrasse Tyson – astrophysicist and science communicator
  49. J.K. Rowling – author of the Harry Potter series
  50. Barack Obama – 44th President of the United States
  51. William Shakespeare – playwright and poet
  52. Michael Jordan – basketball player
  53. Nikola Tesla – inventor and electrical engineer
  54. Albert Camus – philosopher and writer
  55. Simone de Beauvoir – philosopher and writer
  56. Thomas Jefferson – 3rd President of the United States
  57. Ernest Hemingway – writer and journalist
  58. Sigmund Freud – neurologist and psychoanalyst
  59. Pope Francis – current Pope of the Roman Catholic Church
  60. Joan of Arc – the national heroine of France
  61. Ludwig Wittgenstein – philosopher
  62. Stephen King – author
  63. David Bowie – musician and cultural icon
  64. Ernest Shackleton – explorer
  65. Bill Gates – entrepreneur and philanthropist
  66. Frank Lloyd Wright – architect
  67. Ada Lovelace – mathematician and computer programmer
  68. Rosa Luxemburg – Marxist theorist and political activist
  69. Frida Kahlo – artist
  70. Che Guevara – revolutionary and political activist
  71. Malala Yousafzai – education activist and Nobel Prize laureate
  72. Greta Thunberg – environmental activist
  73. Desmond Tutu – Anglican Archbishop and human rights activist
  74. Anne Sullivan – educator and mentor to Helen Keller
  75. Helen Keller – author and disability rights activist
  76. Nelson Rockefeller – politician and philanthropist
  77. Karl Marx – philosopher and economist
  78. Friedrich Engels – philosopher and political theorist
  79. Martin Luther King Sr. – Baptist pastor and civil rights activist
  80. Gloria Steinem – feminist, journalist, and social-political activist
  81. Angela Davis – political activist and scholar
  82. Ruth Bader Ginsburg – jurist and Supreme Court Justice
  83. Emma Watson – actress and women’s rights activist
  84. Ruth Handler – inventor of Barbie dolls
  85. Serena Williams – tennis player and advocate for gender and racial equality in sports
  86. Jeff Bezos – entrepreneur and founder of Amazon
  87. Mark Zuckerberg – entrepreneur and co-founder of Facebook
  88. Tim Berners-Lee – inventor of the World Wide Web
  89. Edward Snowden – computer professional and whistleblower
  90. Julian Assange – a computer programmer and founder of WikiLeaks
  91. Alan Turing – mathematician and computer scientist
  92. John Rawls – philosopher and political theorist
  93. Friedrich Hayek – economist and political philosopher
  94. John Maynard Keynes – economist and philosopher
  95. Margaret Thatcher – British Prime Minister
  96. Ronald Reagan – 40th President of the United States
  97. Mikhail Gorbachev – Soviet statesman and politician
  98. Deng Xiaoping – Chinese revolutionary and politician
  99. Ada Yonath – crystallographer and Nobel Prize laureate for Chemistry
  100. Elon Musk – entrepreneur and innovator in space technology, electric vehicles, and sustainable energy

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