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  1. #141
    higgs
    brian cox
    stephen hawking
    somebody call for d doctor?

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    Feynmann
    Anderson
    Warren Picket
    Griffiths
    Kittel
    Olle Eriksson
    Uzi Landman
    Me

    Oh, you said famous... then scratch "me" XD
    The rest are famous, just not "science popularizer" famous

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mandible View Post
    Has anyone actually mentioned one female scientist so far? Like Lene Hau who was one of the leading people behind slowing light.

    Jane Goodall as second and no idea currently as third.
    I mentioned Rosalind Franklin. She's dead though, and I was mentioning her as deserving mention along with James Watson, my living mention.

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    Bill nye the science guy
    Bane

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    Stephen Hawking
    Michio Kaku
    Neil degrasse Tyson
    My own suspicion is that the Universe is not only queerer than we suppose, but queerer than we can suppose.

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    Brian cox, Stephen Hawking and Neil Degrasse Tyson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainmaker View Post
    Prof Brian Cox.

    That is all.
    Same here but slapped my head "of course" Mr Hawking

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    Stephen Hawking obviously
    Edward Witten (another famous theoretical physicist / mathematician)
    Andrew Wiles (a mathematician, gave a proof for Fermat's Last Theorem)

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    To easy seeing the comments... :P

    Anyway, here's some awesome people. Not all purely "scientists" per say though.
    - Sir Ken Robinson
    - Robert Winston
    - Joy S. Reidenberg
    - Michio Kaku

    There's more but I forgot their names... also, a lot where already named by others.

    Oh, also i'd like to add my first cousin! She is a neuro-scientist, doing work on Alzheimer among other things, she is still early in her career. But she is one of my idols ^_^

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    Bohr
    Curie
    Oppenheimer

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    Michio Kaku might be famous, but he's a damn joke. Basically everything he does is make up stuff.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rukentuts View Post
    Bohr
    Curie
    Oppenheimer
    Niels Bohr is dead :<

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    Quote Originally Posted by ironfists View Post
    Bill nye the science guy
    BILL BILL BILL BILL BILL BILL BILL BILL

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SbzouFaMJU4

    ---------- Post added 2012-10-11 at 09:33 AM ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by Diesta View Post
    Michio Kaku might be famous, but he's a damn joke. Basically everything he does is make up stuff.



    Niels Bohr is dead :<
    Oops, skipped the part about "living". Those three are all dead.

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    Neil DeGrasse Tyson
    Richard Dawkins
    Stephen Hawking
    Quote Originally Posted by Trumpresident View Post
    My words exactly. Manufacturing in the US is considerably more expensive than elsewhere, and part of that are savage regulations such as environment protection or minimum wages.
    Quote Originally Posted by Kurata View Post
    it really is a shame this boy was introduced to the capitalist swine fable of santa but will die without knowledge of Lenin, Marx, and the glorious leaders of the Revolution

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    I think your requirement of 'famous' is flawed. I know many 'famous' scientists that are not in the media spotlight, but have done so much more for their respective fields of science that the primarily listed ones here. The only exception to that would be Prof. Stephen Hawking.

    My 'famous' living scientists would be

    Prof Stephen Hawking
    Prof An Pang Tsai (person who discovered the only thermally stable binary quasicrystal, which in turn has led perfect structural solutions being calculated for this form of solid matter)
    Sir Andre Geim (person who discovered a way to separate sheets of Graphene to such a degree that it is now possible to easily isolate a sheet of graphene one atom thick)
    RETH

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    Neil deGrasse Tyson was the one i was thinking of but couldn't for the life of me remember the name >_<

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    Stephen Hawking (well duh)
    Neil Degrasse Tyson
    Richard Dawkins
    Lawrence Kraus
    Michio Kaku (parallel worlds, amazing book!)

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