Kanowitz 50

In genius studies, Kanowitz 50 refers to a 2008 ranking of top 50 physicists and astronomers, by most influence, of all time, made by Gavin Kanowitz. [1]

Overview
The following is the listing of the Knowitz 50: [1]

1. Isaac Newton
2. Albert Einstein
3. Galileo Galilei
4. Michael Faraday
5. Johannes Kepler
6. Archimedes
7. Nikola Tesla
8. Max Planck
9. James Maxwell
10. Marie Curie
11. Niels Bohr
12. Erwin Schrodinger
13. Werner Heisenberg
14. Ernest Rutherford
15. Nicolaus Copernicus
16. Christiaan Huygens
17. James Joule
18. Henry Cavendish
19. William Thomson
20. Thomas Young
21. Enrico Fermi
22. Richard Feynman
23. Alessandro Volta
24. Heinrich Hertz
25. Benjamin Franklin
26. John Bardeen
27. Georg Ohm
28. Paul Dirac
29. Robert Millikan
30. Edwin Hubble
31. Pieter Zeeman
32. Andre Ampere
33. Joseph Thomson
34. Henri Becquerel
35. Louis de Broglie
36. Charles Coulomb
37. Georges Lemaitre
38. Christian Doppler
39. Lise Meitner
40. Hans Oersted
41. Robert Boyle
42. Hendrik Lorentz
43. Joseph Fraunhofer
44. Ludwig Boltzmann
45. Robert Hooke
46. Evangelista Torrecelli
47. Wilhelm Weber
48. Ernst Mach
49. John Wheeler
50. Wilhelm Roentgen

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References
1. (a) Kanowitz, Gavin. (2008). “50 Most Influential Physicists/Astronomers of All Time”, WorldOfHistory.blogspot.com, Aug 08.
(b) Gavin Kanowitz – Quora.

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