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(Original post by Eternal Idol)
Not even closer ... but nice try.
I'm sorry?!?

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we had william shakespear, winston churchill
Shakespeare could be a good one but there are still controversies about his person.

Churchill? Come on ... I could beat that fat with Machiavello.
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USA are ideots!!!!!!!, what happened in Iraq, thay killed British through friendly fire, their armies are porley trained and the only reason they are strong is because of the size of their country, hoiw many yankies die compared to the British in wars?
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USA are ideots!!!!!!!, what happened in Iraq, thay killed British through friendly fire, their armies are porley trained and the only reason they are strong is because of the size of their country, hoiw many yankies die compared to the British in wars?
I agree... hehe.
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(Original post by Eternal Idol)
Shakespeare could be a good one but there are still controversies about his person.

Churchill? Come on ... I could beat that fat with Machiavello.
I still don't see how you 'beat' Newton!

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!!!!!!!WHO!!!!!! (Machiavello)
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I still don't see how you 'beat' Newton!

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I've said Leonardo da Vinci, too far away from Newton.
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(Original post by Eternal Idol)
I've said Leonardo da Vinci, too far away from Newton.
What do you mean - too far away?

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What do you mean - too far away?

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Leonardo da Vinci included lot more fields than Isaac Newton and he was always excellent at them.
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at least we have a monarchy
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at least we have a monarchy
Indeed I count that as negative ...
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Leonardo da Vinci included lot more fields than Isaac Newton and he was always excellent at them.
Yes, but I think Newton has had more of an impact on the world...unless you can convince me otherwise...

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it is part of history and tradition, at least we do not let go of who we are and our roots!!
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Yes, but I think Newton has had more of an impact on the world...unless you can convince me otherwise...

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What impact? The people don't really need to know about gravity for example, it was already there...

Galileo Galilei could match up with Isaac Newton.

Cristobal Colon is another name that discovered something that was already there.
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it is part of history and tradition, at least we do not let go of who we are and our roots!!
Yep, you have always been slaves of your masters.
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i dont like the queen but we were able to get a probe on to mars it may have failed but we still got it up there
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we also have Brunel who was the designer who designed the three biggest boats of his time and also designed a few of the biggest bridges in the world, not bad for a little country.
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What impact? The people don't really need to know about gravity for example, it was already there...

Galileo Galilei could match up with Isaac Newton.

Cristobal Colon is another name that discovered something that was already there.
Oh, I'm sorry - and there was I under the impression that calculus was revolutionary and important...

I think you'll find that 'the people' don't have to know anything!

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i dont like the queen but we were able to get a probe on to mars it may have failed but we still got it up there
You are not mentioning anyone but ok.
My turn, Enrico Fermi.
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Oh, I'm sorry - and there was I under the impression that calculus was revolutionary and important...

I think you'll find that 'the people' don't have to know anything!

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That is a good achievemnt but he stills not closer to da Vinci.

Anyway I got a comment on that and is Gottfried Leibniz.
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