Discussion in 'Polls' started by anonymous, Mar 1, 2009.
Should'nt Hugh Hefner be on this list?
I think this list is from an academic point of view.
Only for the standard horny guy. :S
I suppose this thread begs the question was it easier to make great discoveries in antiquity as the more obvious groundwork had to be done or was it more challenging as there was no framework on which to build or develop? Do later 'brilliant minds' have to work harder to push further or is it easier as they are adding layers to known knowledge? But then this is a poll so these will go answered
Only for EVERY guy.
Don't EVEN try to deny it guys. It's your birth right to be horny.
Dude... Hawking is brilliant. If I am to be as frank as you just were, you're "theories" sound more like fantasy than much else, and convey a very poor understanding of reality. His books don't go into all the technical stuff because they're written for the layperson. You can still do research.
I voted Newton, because he wrote 'Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica'.
I think we need to add Barn and Dick, to this list...
genius transformation of relativity ...
i went with Socrates with his Socratic Method he helped form a basis for logical reasoning and problem solving and most future theorists used his method to come up with their theories so there fore i think he is the greatest mind
i`ll miss physics discuss wiht you anonymous...
but i have to agree - Einsteins general relativity is Fu** amazing, and his theories of absolut speed and entropy , are mind****ing genious
I voted other.
Richard Dawkins is the man.
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