In conclusion Linus Pauling did not have the best childhood in the world. But, he did not let these unfortunate events cripple him. Overcoming all difficulties in his life Linus Pauling pursued his childhood love for chemistry and turned it into his adult career. His curiosity for chemistry and science in general resulted in him winning not one but two Nobel Prizes, that are unshared. Linus Pauling pursued his childhood love of science and in the end became a highly important figure in the science
Even though Benjamin Franklin had a job and little time to learn, he was able to understand Newton's theories of physics as a teenager; his showcased his brightness and natural intelligence. Benjamin Franklin was an influential founding father because he achieved greatness in math and science, he established many public community buildings, and had a successful printing business. (“Benjamin Franklin” ABC-CLIO). Benjamin Franklin was a mathematical and scientific genius who made many inventions that contributed to the studies of math and science. Even though Benjamin Franklin was a genius, some people thought that there were certain subjects where he did not excel; not as much as he did in science and writing.
He was famous for his radical ideas and his eloquent speeches. Michael Kazin, the author of “A Godly Hero”, wrote this book attempting to portray the impact that William Jennings Bryan had on the country. The author felt that he had such a big impact that
One triumph followed another. He received a distinguished degree in 1934, a fellowship of Kings College in 1935 and a Smith’s prize in 1936, for work on probability Theory. He engineered a gear-weal part for a machine to calculate the Riemann Zeta function. Then he made The Enigma Cipher machine. The concept of Turing machine in August 1936 became the foundation of the modern Theory for computation and probability.
Stephen Hawking declared, “Scientists have become the bearers of the torch of discovery in our quest for knowledge.” Since the beginning of time, humans have been searching constantly for answers and knowledge about the world around them. Scientists have brought it upon themselves to be the discoverers of the human race. John Barry wrote his account during The Great Influenza of 1918 when millions of people were dying and solutions to the sickness were being sought out after by the scientific community. In his account of The Great Influenza of 1918, John Barry implements scientific diction, frequent repetition, and unique symbolism to demonstrate the difficult journey of scientific research. First, Barry employs scientific diction to describe the work of scientists and how they function.
Keating was a true free thinker, he pushed his students to think for themselves. In addition to his progressive nature, Keating did not have an issue defying against authority figures; when he felt he wasn’t able to be his true self, he said what he believed and didn’t let anybody halt or sway him. Lastly, Keating treasured nature and being in the outdoors. Because of his numerous open-minded qualities, it is apparent that Professor Keating, or “Captain” as his students chose to call him, was a tremendously transcendental character. Open mindedness is a monumentally influential element of modern society.
The theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking philosophies this topic in his book A Brief History of Time, by explaining the order in which the universe works and which directions does it follow. For example, Hawking claims in his chapter “Arrow of Time” that “in any closed system disorder, or entropy, always
Reporters even predict that he will be the number one author for a long time and that it will take “god” to beat out King’s masterpieces. Stephen King’s prolific career as both a screenwriter and an author has helped propel the careers of many aspiring authors and screenwriters. Stephen King has inspired so many fans and authors through his iconic stories, both on paper and shown on the big screen. Many of King’s fans have admitted to becoming authors due to King’s work, saying that he inspired them to continue his legacy of creating new ways to perceive
Henry Kissinger is known to be a great statesmen and a connoisseur of fine diplomacy, and was a Nobel Peace Laureate in 1973. He is best known for his works Diplomacy, World Order and On China. Kissinger has made more than fifty trips to China in his lifetime and his book distils his unique experience and long study of China. Kissinger’s book On China is