Thursday, February 23, 2006

Time Magainz'e's Most Influential People (part 4)

We continue our look at the Time Magazine's 100 most influential people of the 20th Century.

Part I (Leaders and Revolutionaries)
Part II (Artists and Entertainers)
Part III (Builders and Titans)

I can no longer include the Wikipedia links, because the article was removed, but we have Time Magazine's own.


These were so hard!!!! I missed the first three (although I'd read Carson's book; I just didn't remember her name as the author), but then I rebounded and got the last 17 for 17/20. I feel more proud at that than the first three combined. See how you do.

Leo Baekeland
Tim Berners-Lee
Rachel Carson
Francis Crick & James Watson
Albert Einstein
Philo Farnsworth
Enrico Fermi
Alexander Fleming
Sigmund Freud
Robert Goddard
Kurt Gödel
Edwin Hubble
John Maynard Keynes
Louis, Mary & Richard Leakey
Jean Piaget
Jonas Salk
William Shockley
Alan Turing
Ludwig Wittgenstein
Wilbur & Orville Wright

1 comment:

Dragon said...

14/20 This was hard.