Who Are The Famous Foreign Scientist And Their Inventions?


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There are a number of famous scientists across all respective scientific fields that have made outstanding contributions to science. Some of them include Albert Einstein, Charles Darwin and Edwin Hubble.

• Albert Einstein. Perhaps one of the most famous scientists the world has ever known is German physicist Albert Einstein. He proposed a theory of general and special relativity; something that has had an enormous impact on the field of physics. It was a suggestion of how time, motion and mass work alongside each other and the relationships between them.

• Charles Darwin. Charles Robert Darwin was an English scientist who took a particular interest in nature. He proposed the theory of evolution that suggests all human life has descended from previous animal ancestry, such as apes. This proposal shook the world in both good and bad ways. It spawned a new level of scientific explanation for human life that previously was only ever explained through religion. However, some religious people believe this to be blasphemous and therefore they frowned upon the theory.

• Edwin Hubble. Edwin Powell Hubble was an American scientist who had a particular interest in astronomy and space. His greatest contribution to the world of science was that he discovered that there are other galaxies that exist in as well as the Milky Way. In addition to this, Hubble also suggested the spectrum of light that exists between galaxies can distinguish the distance between a particular galaxy and our planet. Although he worked hard to establish astronomy as a branch of physics in order to allow astronomers to receive the Nobel Prize, he never succeeded during his lifetime. However - after he passed away in 1953, the Nobel Prize Committee reconsidered these rules and included astronomy in the physics sector for potential Nobel Award winning scientists.
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