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I'd say it's Darwin for me.
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(Original post by IWantToBeThere)
I'd say it's Darwin for me.

Sheldon Cooper for timeless laughs
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Gay Lussac...
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Alexander Fleming, followed by Gregor Mendel...
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'indebted to' - Most likely Graham Bell
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I think we are all indebted to Lois Pasteur and Alexander Fleming. Because without them, probably none of us would be alive.
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Louis Pasteur
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Bill Nye. :awesome:

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Pasteur & Koch.

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There are so many OP!
But the first person has to be..
Max Planck, of course.
The list is too long
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I'm sorry but if you find anything from The Big Bang Theory remotely funny, you should seek professional help.
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dumb american show

i am most indebted to the great Descartes.
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Leonhard Euler

Oh wait he wasnt a scientist.

In that case Issac Newton
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None, but intellectually probably Ziggy Freud, BF Skinner, R D Laing someone like that. Physically maybe John Snow or summit.
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I'd say it's Darwin for me.
Why Darwin and not Al-Jahiz or Ibn Khaldun?

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Eric Hobsbawm.
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I'm sorry but if you find anything from The Big Bang Theory remotely funny, you should seek professional help.
I'm sorry but I am very hard to amuse, and even I find the first few (perhaps 1-4) seasons of The Big Bang Theory very funny. It's a funny, quality show and if you don't find it funny you just have a terrible sense of humour. The later seasons however aren't funny.
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Tesla for me- very unnoticed in his time for the best discovery for mankind imo
His imaginary work in "The Prestige" was also a plus
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Louis Goodman and Alfred Gilman.

Chemotherapy has saved so many peoples lives - the lives of people I love. It'd be wrong not to acknowledge them.
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I'm sorry but if you find anything from The Big Bang Theory remotely funny, you should seek professional help.
No need to be a hater

Muḥammad ibn Mūsā al-Khwārizmī is perhaps the scientist/mathematician I am most indebted to.
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No need to be a hater

Muḥammad ibn Mūsā al-Khwārizmī is perhaps the scientist/mathematician I am most indebted to.
Ibn Sina (Avicenna) for the win! you name it; biology, chemistry, physics, geography and even economics!
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