The most important people in the worldPresentation Transcript
The mostimportantpeople in theworldBy: paniagua paniagualorena
Ludwig van Beethoven He was a great composer He was one of the best pianist he remains one of the most famous andinfluential of all composers His best known compositions include 9symphonies
Joan of Arc she is a folk heroine of France and aRoman Catholic saint she led the French army to severalimportant victories during the HundredYears War, which paved the way for thecoronation of Charles VII of France. To the present day, Joan of Arc hasremained a significant figure in Westerncivilization
Maria Curie She was a Polish physicist She was chemist, working mainly in France who is famous for her pioneering research onradioactivity. She was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, the onlywoman to win in two fields She was the only person to win in multiple sciences. She was also the first female professor at theUniversity of Paris in 1995 became the first woman to be entombed onher own merits in Paris Panthéon.
Mahatma Gandhi was the preeminent leader of Indian Gandhi led India to independence He inspired movements for non-violence, civilrights and freedom across the world He was one of the best person in peace He was one of the most intelligent people on india
Mother Teresa Mother Teresa founded the Missionaries of Charity She was the recipient of numerous honoursincluding the 1979 Nobel Peace Prize She run hospices and homes for people withHIV/AIDS, leprosy and tuberculosis
Albert Einstein was a theoretical physicist who developed thegeneral theory of relativity one of the two pillars of modern physics he received the 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics Einstein published more than 300 scientific papersalong with over 150 non-scientific works His great intellectual achievements and originalityhave made the word "Einstein" synonymous withgenius
Galileo Galilei His achievements include improvements to the telescope Galileo has been called the "father of modernobservational astronomy“ His contributions to observational astronomy includethe telescopic confirmation of the phases of Venus the discovery of the four largest satellites of Jupiter(named the Galilean moons in his honour) the observation and analysis of sunspots Galileo also worked in applied science inventing an improved military compass and otherinstruments.
Isaac Newton Newtons Principia formulated the laws of motion He formulated the universal gravitation thatdominated scientists view of the physical universe forthe next three centuries. It also demonstrated that the motion of objects onthe Earth and that of celestial bodies could bedescribed by the same principles. Newton built the first practical reflecting telescopeand developed a theory of colour based Newton contributed to the study of power series,generalised the binomial theorem to non-integerexponents.