What is the greatest riddle of all time?
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Well I like to say the greatest quarterback ever is Steve Young.Despite having the greatest quarterback rating ever.He over filled Joe Montana shoes in San Fran.He was a true dual threat by being one of the best scrammbling but in the top ten as a pocket passer.He was elite clutch performer as well,…while being mentally and phsically tough. 1) ufcsdiohfv 2) Joe Montana 3) Steve young ( Full Answer )
Answer 1 Two Movies are the greatest. Dark Knight and Fight Club Answer 2 The Ten Commandments The Sound of Music Independence Day The Man from Snowy River The Man from Snowy River II Gone with the Wind Answer 3 Lion King Moonwalker Answer 4 Star Wars Many people …consider the movie The Godfather to be one of thegreatest movies of all time. ( Full Answer )
In My Opinion . Abraham Lincoln. Well, I see that someone agrees with me! - S.U.. Ronald Reagan and FDR and good ones too.
Rickey Henderson - 12 seasons leading the league in SB, the most SB in MLB history, and the most SB in a season (130) in the modern era.
No inventor is specifically the greatest of all time, as everygreat inventors' contribution has contributed invaluably to societythroughout history. But the most probable candidates for thegreatest inventor include: Nikola Tesla, Leonardo Da Vinci, RobertGoddard, Alexander Graham Bell (who is the fi…rst to patent thetelephone), Thomas Edison (for his invention of the improvedlightbulb), Archimedes, and the person who invented the firstmodern telescope back in the Renaissance Era, etc. Nikola Tesla was primarily an electrical engineer. He isresponsible for the electrical system we use today. Tesla made thegenerators and transformers necessary to produce electricity andtransmit it over significant distance. He also invented radio. Atthe time he called it a "wireless." In 1892, he invented a means ofwirelessly controlling devices, by doing so he also invented thefirst robotic machines. He made prototypes of wireless-controlledboats. He tried to sell his idea to have a wireless armada,complete with plans, for what would later be know as torpedoes. Helater came up with the idea to make a global system using wirelesscommunications. He initiated the invention of X-rays, radar, and ablade-less turbine, among other inventions. Mostly, he was knownfor pioneering modern electricity - most especially, the generaluse of alternating current. Nevertheless, as with many other inventors throughout history, manyof his inventions were so far ahead of his time few understood whathe was doing. This made it hard to find investors for certainprojects. The lack of investors and the fact that he gave away whatwould have been billions today in rights to his patents, meant thatinstead of being possibly the richest man in history, he died indebt and not completing many of his projects. Some of hisinventions mistakenly get credited to others. ( Full Answer )
Michael Phelps is, without a doubt, the greatest athlete of all time. He competed in eight events for the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. Not only did he get a medal in all 8 events, but he got first in each event, coming home with 8 gold medals! No one can top that. That title of greatest athlete ever… is rightfully owned be Jim Thorpe. The most versitile athlete in the world, playing football, Olympics track and Field, and Baseball. He is sometimes refered to as the greatest college football player for playing running back, defensive back, placekick, and putter. That mean's he was on the field the whoe time. He then won two Olympic gold medals in the decathlon and penthlon. He also played baseball outfielder, which he was a decent player. Many have tried just doing two sports; Michael Jordan, Bo Jackson, but all have no been a successful as Jim thorpe. ( Full Answer )
For its impact upon Mankind and its sheer life values and wisdom and in terms of its total sales, there has been no book at all to match 'The Holy Bible' in a worldwide sense. In terms of fictional works, the answer would depend upon what type of book. For romance novels, with out a doubt, "Princes…s Bride" is the greatest book. For fantasy, the 'Harry Potter' series. For mystery, Nancy Drew ... and so on. For children's fairytale books, it could be any of quite some number. Certainly in terms of popularity, perhaps, Cinderella, Snow White, or even 'Goldilocks and the Three Bears'! ( Full Answer )
Usain Bolt of Jamaica is the greatest "short" sprinter of all time after shattering the world records in the 100m and 200m dashes. He has broken the 100m record 3 times. 9.72 in May of 2008, 9.69 in August of 2008 and 9.58 in August of 2009. He has broken the 200m record twice 19.30 in August of 200…8 and 19.19 in August of 2009. He is the only man to win Olympic gold while setting world records in both sprints at the same Olympics. He's the first man to run under 9.70 and 9.60 in the 100m dash, and the only person to break 19.30 in the 200m dash with his world record performance of 19.19. Usain Bolt is the World Junior Record holder in the 200m dash with a time of 19.97. Bolt is the modern version of Tommie Smith, a combination of abnormal stride length at 6'5 and the stride frequency of a much shorter world class sprinter. Bolt is able to accelerate faster than his competition and his top end speed is unmatched, thus causing him to be the most dominant sprinter of all time. His nearest rival, Tyson Gay is arguable the 2nd greatest sprinter of all time with personal records of 9.69 for 100m and 19.41 a world record for the straight 200m, and a natural 200m personal best of 19.58. Gay has lost to Bolt in the 2009 World Championship 100m final when Bolt set the current world record of 9.58, Gay was a distant 2nd in 9.70, the 3rd fastest time of all time and just .01 off the previous world record set by Bolt in 2008 in the Summer Olympics in Bejing, China. Michael Johnson is the greatest long sprinter ever, during his career he held the 200m and 400m world record, while also holding the seldom ran 300m world record. Using a non-traditional running style Michael was a unique blend of world class speed and world class speed endurance. He frequently ran under 20 seconds in 200m dashes while his competition found it difficult to break 20 seconds. Michael was known in the 200 for running an extremely aggressive turn and because of his 400m speed endurance, he decelerated at a much slower rate than his competitors, which made him very difficult to beat for 200m. In 1996 Michael broke the 200m world record twice, first in the Olympic Trials 200m final, Michael ran 19.66 to best Pietro Minnea's former world record of 19.72. In the semi finals of the Olympic Trials, Michael ran 19.70 but it was over the allowable 2.0 mps wind for record purposes. Later in 1996 in the Olympic Games 200m final, Michael ran a 200m dash for the ages in which he split 10.12 oin his first 100m and 9.20 in his second for a world record time of 19.32, breaking his previous world record by .34 seconds, the largest drop in the 200m dash world record since its been recorded. Michael won 2 world championship gold medals, 1991 and 1995, 1 Olympic Gold medal 1996.The 400m was Michael's best event. H's run under 44 seconds more often than any other man before or after him. He won 2 Olympic Gold medals in 1996 and 2000, he's won 4 world championships 1993, 1995,1997 and 1999. He is the current world record holder in the 400m dash in 43.18. He was the most dominant 400 meter runner ever, frequently championship finals by nearly a second ahead of his competition. His greatest achievements on the track are in 1995 and in 1996 in which he won both the 200m and 400m world titles and Olympic titles, no one in the history of track and field can claim to have placed in both events in a major championship let alone won them both in the sports major championship meets. Michael Johnson will forever be known as the standard bearer for long sprinting. ( Full Answer )
TUPAC is the best all around rapper there ever was he did in 5 years what eminem and jay-z did in ten tupac is the most loved rapper and the realist
This is a question with out an answer. "Greatest" doesnt have a definition and the results will vary from opinion to opinion.. Spoken of often in talks of the greatest QB of all time are usually a small group of players. In no specific order here is a list of what is believed to be the Best of the …Best.. Joe Monatana. Dan Marino. Johnny Unitas. John Elway. Brett Favre. Tom Brady. Peyton Manning. As well as a few others. It becomes opinion since there is no clear definition of who is the best. Is it stats? Is it Championship rings? No one knows. So in the grand scheme of things this will go down as an mystery. (Unless Manning or Brady can win some more). ( Full Answer )
ruffian is considered by some to be the greatest Thoroughbred racehorse of all time. The debate continues from across the globe with each continent & country willing to debate various facts etc. American Best Three - Man O' War, Secreteriet, RUFFIAN. Australian Best Three - Tulloch, Kingston T…own, Manikato (Makybe Diva is UK Bred) New Zealand Best Three - Carbine, Phar Lap, Bonecrusher Japanese & Hong Kong Best 3- Deep Impact, Singspiel, Silent Witness (Australian Bred) UK & Ireland Best 3 - Bayardo, Hyperion, Sceptre Canadian Top Race Horse- *Nijinsky* My Top Four: Secretariet, Tulloch, RUFFIAN, Deep Impact ( Full Answer )
The only invention that could be argued as the single "greatest" of all time are the very first tools that humans created; simple axes and knives that were forged from shards of stone. This invention established the beginning of all of humanity's creations; therefore, all concurrent inventions were… derived from it . It is the only invention that can be considered separate from all others; therefore, the only invention that can be argued to be "greater than" without implementing opinion. . ( Full Answer )
That is really a matter of opinion. Some bands up there could be: The Beatles, Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson or The Rolling Stones maybe. Some Christian bands that could be up there is: Casting Crowns, Steven Curtis Chapman or Skillet. It is a matter of opinion but it all dpends what music yo…u are into but it really is a matter of the quality of the musicians and their ability to create great music. I believe the greatest band of all time(music wise) is Megadeth with Metallica closing in on second place. I think it has to be Metallica, but Megadeth is one of the best. ( Full Answer )
Let's go with Randy Johnson. One of few pitchers to win over 300 games (303) but also lost less than 200 games (166), meaning he has a 303-166 won-loss lifetime record for a .646 winning percentage. Also struck out 4,875 batters, second most ever (behind Nolan Ryan's 5,714), durable enough to pitch …at age 46 and toss 100 complete games (pitch at least the entire game). Lifetime ERA of 3.29. Most pitchers have lifetime ERA of 4.00. He won 20 games twice. Most win 10-15 in his time, and led the league in wins in 2002 at 24 and winning percentage twice, in 1995 (.900), 1997 (.833), 2000 (.731) and 2002 (.828). He led the loop in ERA four times, in 1995 (2.48) 1999 (2.48), 2001 (2.49) and 2002 (2.32). His durability helped him top the circuit in innings pitched twice in 1999 (271.2) and 2002 (260), complete games four times, in 1994 (9), 1999 (12), 2000 (8) and 2002 (8) and shutouts twice, in 1994 (4) and 2000 (3). He even topped the league in strikeouts in 1992 (241), 1993 (308), 1994 (204) and majors in 1995 (294), 1999 (364, fifth most all-time), 2000 (347), 2001 (372, fourth most all-time), 2002 (334) and 2004 (290). The six times "Big Unit" struck out 300 were in 1993 (308), 1998 (329), 1999 (364), 2000 (347), 2001 (372) and 2002 (334). However, despite this, he only won one World Series, in 2001, and went 3-0 with a 1.04 ERA and struck out 20 batters in the seven-game, dramatic World Series. He also struck out a record in a game 20! ( Full Answer )
10. Resident Evil 4 After 3 tries to get the gameplay right, Capcom finally came through on their 4th try: Resident Evil 4. This game was great. Was the perfect 3rd person shooter. A bunch of weapons, fitting music, enemies that are actually scary, and the best merchant in any videogame! 9. Tec…mo Super Bowl First popular Sports videogame 8. Street Fighter 2 First popular Tournament Fighter 7. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Perfected "Open World" gaming 6. Final Fantasy 7 Changed RPG's as we know it. Made them a load more fun. 5. Halo 3 Epic music. Epic Storyline. Epic multiplayer. That is all. 4. Pong Its Pong... nuff said. 3. Tetris Attracted more women to gaming and help the people of Soviet Russia find happiness under Communism and in the cold of Frozen Russia. *NOTE Russia is no longer Communist 2. Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Changed everything we know about 3D gaming. Many things in this game was copied and evolved into other modern 3D games. Featured superb 3D graphics (for a 64-bit console), an awesome storyline, great music, a large open world to explore with many secrets, an annoying fairy, and a Pony! 1. Original Super Mario Bros. Name one flaw in this game. Just one. Exactly. There is none. Great controls, played very smoothe. Awesome graphics for the 1980's. The storyline was so good THAT THERE WASN'T ONE!!! Epic 8-bit music. A long and intense game. And brought gaming back to life after Atari messed up and created the Videogame Crash of 1983. Yeah. Without Super Mario Bros. and the NES, the Xbox and Playstation wouldn't even exist! And overall definitely, the best videogame ever. ( Full Answer )
Jesus Christ is known to most as the greatest preacher in the Bible. Christ was the Son Of God. There is some confusion, however, over the verse in Matthew 11:11, wherein Jesus says, "... Among them that are born of women there has not risen a greater than John the Baptist." believing that perhaps… this may refer to John's "preaching", however, Jesus is speaking about proper "prophets", as in His reference to the subject in verse 9 preceding the above verse. So according to Christ, John was the greatest Prophet of all time - which is quite different from a mere "preacher". ( Full Answer )
It's Two Films Actually considered the greatest ever : The GodFather 1 , and Citizen Kane .
This Question can not be answered due to the many opinions all around the world. Every one has a different thought on who was and will be the world's greatest leader.
The greatest civilization of all time would be Babylon because in 5000 B.C. they had already discovered the concept of astronomy, mathematics etc. The greatest civilization however is not the Babylonian one. Although the Babylonian Civilization was great, it did not surpass the civilization of China…. The Chinese Civilization was great in philosophy, art, war, tactics, government, and had great significant technilogical advances. Kung Fu-Tse (Latin as Confucius) and Loa Tse were famous teachers who developed many ritualistic and religious concepts such as Confucianism and Daosim. The Chinese also invented the book called "art of war," other poetry, and developed many technological products such as: kites, fireworks, gun powder, eathquake detector, and alchemy...which later is developed into chemistry. Chinese also had large influences on people's moral behavior. the Chinese also began earlier than the Babylonian and lasted for more than 4000 years in time, expanding power and influence. The Babylonians were mere ants to the might CHinese. Also i would include The British civilization, they created the worlds greatest and largest empire and started the first industrial revolution, like it or not Britain shaped a lot of the world today, for example two of the world G8 nations the United States and Canada were formed from British and other Europeans colonial advancements and formed an economic system that countries rely on today and forms the foundation of the world, London the capital became a city of great technology and many people were willing to die for King and country to live in its memory economic growth and industrial prowess excelled because of Britain and between 1600 and 1910 saw a area of undefeatable economic and military expansion until WW1 and WW2 saw much hardship for Europe in which afterwards Britain were forced to give up it lands, afterwards came 60 years of competitiveness between the USA and the USSR for the place of the Worlds greatest country and this lead to the cold war and clashes in the space race. Just like the Romans and the Greeks thousands of years before Britain affected the world in a way that cannot be reversed. I just want to say here about a great civilization which has illistrated Darwin's theory in 2000 BC.(Need Details contact me on ID: firstname.lastname@example.org) Its Indians, who Illustrated it, to go in detail, how life came in to existence, what are the two things the universe is made up of, life pattren on earth, pices-Reptiles-Mummals, Coming to man: Early man age-Bond in a Family-Tribes-society--kingship-Maths-Medicne-Yoga-moksha! ( Full Answer )
Of the generals I know: (All of them changed warfare in a way or gained ridiculous amounts of land. 1. Alexander: Known for theatric tactics that were not only great but motivated his troops and conquered everything from Greece to India. 2. Ghengis Khan: Using barbaric, but effective tactics, h…e was able to take on the Chinese Empire and extend it to the 2nd biggest in the world on his own. The British empire wasn't made by 1 man unlike this one. The empire was short but we are talking generals not emperors. 3. Napoleon Bonaparte: Almost conquered Great Britain mainland and never lost a battle unless he was heavily outnumbered. Everyone knows him. 4. Sun Tsu: Although he is not famous for conquests and the fact that he might not have existed is made up for by the fact that he wrote the Art of War. Yeah... 6. Hannibal Something: Known as the guy that ALMOST defeated the Roman Republic. 5. Many Generals of the Americas: Including G.W., many generals fought against great empire like Spain, France, Britain and Portugal for freedom. Great ideals and should be remembered but you don't hear about them a lot. _______________________________________________________________ Alexander the Great (#2 in area conquered but the lands he annexed were high quality.) Genghis Khan (#1 in area conquered but much of what he annexed was wilderness) Julius Caesar (best known is all) Patton (recent and local is all) Hannibal (a great general but he ended up in utter defeat, committed suicide finally) Quintus Sertorius Khalid ibn al-Walid (the most area in the shortest time, ended up demoted and dismissed) 1. Charles Martel:He won the historic battle of Tours in 10 October 732 against the Berbers, therefore saving the world and Christianity for Muslim(Berber) rule.......He was also the grand father of Charles the great(Charlemagne) 2. St. Joan Of Arc: She had visions in which she saw saints and saved France from the English 3. Alexander The Great: He conquered one of the biggest empire in a short time( The Roman Empires took years to flourish) 4. Constantine I: He was the first Christian ruler of the Roman empire. Although he ruled only the Eastern Roman Empire he conquered the Western Roman Empire too.He made Christianity the official religion of The Roman Empire, therefore allowing it to flourish. 5. Napoleon Bonaparte: The ended the first republic in France and changed the way battles were fought. 6. King Richard Coeur De Lion(The I): He was a great warrior and defeated Saladin and made peace with him(Because he did not reach Jerusalem) 7. Charlemagne: He was the grandson of the great Charles Martel, he ruled over the biggest empire in Europe since Roman times and was the first emperor to get the title of Holy Roman Emperor There are many more great people, who were great leaders, However their list is very big and it will take more than a lifetime to right about them 3.Julius Caesar-- Tactical Genius! He was loved by his troops for his valor and ability in combat as well as on tactical planning He cannot beat Alexander! Alexander had a ridiculously smaller army as in in a single battle, with his entire armie, facing only a fraction of the Persian empire, he was outmatched 5-1. Alexander's ability to not loose a single battle much less the damn war unlike Lee makes him better. Did Lee even influence warfare in any way? Exactly. A great personality and strength? I'm sorry but All generals have that. It might as well be in the great general job description. 1. Hannibal Barca-- Decimated Roman Legions again and again. No one could defeat him, ultimatly, by passing up his one chance to destroy Rome, he passed up his chance for the undisputed title. ( Full Answer )
For music- On many sites that i loked at its the beatles. So im going for the beatles Art- In my opinion leonardo de vinchi
Meryl Streep is considered the best actress of all times for havingthe most Oscar nominations of any woman (17 in total).
In My Verdict Probably Wrestlemania 20. I'd Say Next Years One Will Beat That Though Because Of It Been The 25th Anniversary. WrestleMania 23
Let's stay in reality for this answer, because no, Randy Orton is not a realistic answer. The question is "Who is the greatest wrestler of ALL TIME?". So to answer this question you should consider things like accomplishments, Championships held, experience, and basically this person should have a v…ery impresive resume. So, with all that being said... It's pretty obvious that Chris Jericho is the best wrestler of all time! Now hear me out, this is the reason why he is the greatest. First of all he has been wrestling for 20 years and his wrestling talent is amazing. His mic skills are the best in the business. He has wrestling experience internationally in Japan, Mexico, Canada, Germany, and of course in USA. Watch some old Jericho matches from Japan. They will be the best you've ever seen. In addition to international wrestling, Jericho has wrestled successfully in SMW, ECW, WCW, and WWE. Jericho was trained in the greatest place to be trained, "The Hart Dungeon". I like Jericho because he's a mixed bag. He has great mat skills, high flying risk taking style, great mic skills, just great everything. He always impresses me and I've never have seen a bad Jericho match. Look at his accomplishments, the first ever Undisputed World champ, WWE champ, World heavyweight champ, 9 time Intercontinental champ (more than anyone else), WCW TV champ, Cruiserweight champ, ECW TV Champ, Tag champ, Hardcore champ, European champ, and titles in Japan and lots more. Jericho has wrestled all the greats, legends, and young talent. Jericho has main evented WrestleMania. Among some of the great Jericho has wrestled are Shawn michaels, Undertaker, Kurt angle, Hulk hogan, Ric Flair, Eddie Guerreo, HHH, Ricky Steamboat, and Mick Foley to name a few. So all that and a lot of stuff I'm forgetting is the reason why Chris Jericho is the best wrestler of all time! ( Full Answer )
For the ancient (around BC) era the top three are definitely, and indisputable: 1. Julius Caesar (of Rome) 2. Hannibal of Carthage (of Carthage) 3. Alexander the Great (of Macedonia) 4. Atilla the Hun (of Turkey) 5.Temujin (Genghis Khan) (of China) 6. Sun Tzu (of China) (Next are in no particular or…der) . Leonidas (of Sparta) . Scipio (of Rome) . Vecingetorix (of Gaul) . Nebuchadrezzar II (of Mesopotamia) . King Darius II (of Persia) . Pompey (of Rome) . Constatine (of Rome) . Augustus Caesar (of Rome) . (Next are of the Early Modern Era) . Sir Francis Drake (of Britain) (Famous Pirate commissioned by Queen Elizabeth to harass the Spanish) . Francisco Pizarro (of Spain) (not as famous as his counterpart below) . Hernan Cortez (of Spain) . Louis XIV (of France) ("the Sun King") . Czar Alexander (of Russia) . Admiral Nelson (of Britain) . Duke of Wellington (of Britain) (Defeated Napoleon at Waterloo) . Cant forget these guys: . George Washington (of USA) . Charles Cornwallis (of Britain) . John Paul Jones (of USA) . Napoleon Bonaparte (of France) . P.G.T. Beauregard (of France... helped the Union in the Civil War) . Robert E. Lee (of CSA) . William Tecumseh Sherman (of USA, the Sherman's march guy, famous for using Vecingetorix's scorched earth tactic) . Ulysses Grant (of USA, Union leader) . Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson (of CSA) . George McClellan (of USA, tagged along with Sherman during his march) . George Pickett (of CSA) (Led 'Pickett's Charge against the Union line, as commanded be Robert E. Lee. His entire regimen was destroyed and when asked by Lee "Why do you not tend to your regimen?" Pickett replied "I have no regimen".) . James Longstreet (of CSA) . WWII . George Patton (of USA) (Famous commander of "United States Tank Corps" . Erwin Rommel (of Germany) (The "Desert Fox", one of the most brilliant commanders of all time, led the German panzer's in North Africa) . Adolf Hitler (of Germany) (You should know who he is...) . Heinrich Himmler (of Germany) (Known for his brutality) I know I may have missed some, I didnt have much time sorry. ( Full Answer )
Debatable- but Miachel Phelps holds the world record for most medals won at a olympic games so i guess him
Those are certainly some of the best in recent years, although I would say Ronaldo is a forward not a midfielder. It really depends on the type of midfielder you are talking about as there are different roles.
10.jarome bettis. 9.LT. 8.gale sanders. 7.joe namoth. 6.emmitt smith. 5.bo jackson. 4.walter payton. 3.jim brown. 2.garry price. 1.barry sanders
The only invention that could be argued as the single "greatest" of all time are the very first tools that humans created; simple axes and knives that were forged from shards of stone. This invention established the beginning of all of humanity's creations; therefore, all concurrent inventions were… derived from it . It is the only invention that can be considered separate from all others; therefore, the only invention that can be argued to be "greater than" without implementing opinion. ( Full Answer )
What is the meaning of life? (Well, that one was answered at the end of "Monty Python's The Meaning of Life".) That still leaves the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything. We know the answer is 42, but not what the actual question is.
"The Twist," by Chubby Checker Not bad... but how about " I Left My Heart in San Francisco?"
When the creators of drama are evaluated by posterity, the period during which those dramas were created were never excluded from the purview. This happens because the social structure which necessitated those dramas and made them relevant in those times were certainly rich in more drama than a dram…atic creation of those times could contain, which means any dramatist could present within a few hours in an arena or theatre only a negligible portion of all the drama present in that society in that time. Therefore balanced evaluation of drama always takes into account the time and age in which it was created. In Greek Drama which is also ancient, Sophocles and Euripedes are considered equal. In the modern English Drama, William Shakespeare is considered unequalled, so we place George Bernard Shaw and Jean Paul Sartre second to him. Anyway, they are the peaks in the land of drama. ( Full Answer )
This one I don't even know and how would you it counts on the opinion , not scientific facts or anything like that. I mean really make a hard riddle or something.
Baylor is the greatest rebounder of all time. Wilt Chamberlin has to be considered the best when you take in the fact he has the most in the history of the NBA. His size and athleticism made it easy for him to do this
Arnold Schwarenegger, Winning 7 Mr Olympia titles in total. 1970, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75 and 1980. Three Mr Universe titles as well. Arnold main streamed bodybuilding in the 70's and made it what it is today.
I think the greatest entertainer of all time would have to be Michael Jackson. He grew from a childstar and held onto his work until the day he died. RIP Michael .
There could be differences of opinion here, but a few names that most people would agree rank up near the top:\n. \n . Linus Pauling\n . Sir Humphrey Davy\n . Antoine Lavoisier\n . Josiah Willard Gibbs\n . John Dalton
That's your personal opinion. My opinion is that it is a toss up between Jeff McGinnius and Tom Colichio.
Answer 1: Top 5: "In the end it won't matter how many breaths u took only how many moments took ur breath away."- shai ling "Give a man a fish and u feed him dinner. Teach him to fish and you've fed him for a lifetime." "keep your eyes on the stars but your feet on the ground."-t Roosevelt "my li…fe is my message."-Gandhi "When one door closes, another opens; but we often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door that we do not see the one which has opened for us." - Alexander Graham Bell Answer 2: "To be, or not to be - that is the question!" - William Shakespeare "I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it!!" - Voltaire "No man is an island" - John Donne "Of all sad words of tongue or pen, the saddest are these, 'It might have been." â John Greenleaf Whittier, Maud Muller - Pamphlet "You've gotta dance like there's nobody watching, Love like you'll never be hurt, Sing like there's nobody listening, And live like it's heaven on earth." â William W. Purkey "Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results!" - Albert Einstein "Go ahead! Make my day!!" - Clint Eastwood [in movie] "We don't see things as they are, we see them as we are." â AnaÃ¯s Nin "There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle." â Albert Einstein ( Full Answer )
I'm gray and as dull as can be,and as hard as a rock. What am I?
Well, both Thucydides and Herodotus were great Greek historians in the ancient Greece. So I would assume that either Thucydides or Herodotus would be the greatest historian of all times!
To me here is what the rankings are (Some are 3 in 1 ranking, u'll know what I mean) 1. Mew 2. Mewtwo 3. Lugia 4. Arceus (Have to get him through a game shark, Pokemon dia, pea, and platinum.) 5. Giratina 6. Entei, Suicune, Raikou 7. Moltres, Zapdos, Articuno 8. Deoxys 9. Rayquaza… 10.Groundon ( Full Answer )
Albert Einstein was. Albert Einstein -- Scientific Career Einstein had always been convinced that Atoms existed and were of minute nonzero size, as against the popular belief that these are a delusion only. A hundred years back, another scientist Antoine Lavoisier also supported this idea by …chemical experiments. Ludwig Boltzmann, an atomist physicist projected theories on atoms but could not radically demonstrate a universal position of state of the atoms at all temperatures. The solids and gases confirmed of atoms, their velocities and the specific heat generated, but all these assumptions filed at zero temperatures. The same fate met Maxwell's work. Einstein believed that if atom is a reality then one consistent theory should explain aspects of observations. He undertook real hard efforts that finally led him to thermodynamics and then to statistical physics. He concluded his work the theory of specific heats of solids. The leading German journal Annalen der Physik published Einstein's four papers (Annus Mirabilis Papers), in 1905 calling it Einstein's ' Miracle Year '. Special Relativity In 1905 his papers discussed the radical theory of special relativity observing that independence of speed of light required fundamental changes to notion of simultaneity. This reflected on time space frame of a moving body slowing down relative to the observer. Similarly in the paper on mass-energy equivalence were then considered as separate concepts, Einstein concluded by equations of special relativity. This summed up that small mass could be converted into huge amounts of energy. This finding proved a prediction on nuclear power. Protons In 1905 Einstein projected another theory that light itself was made up of localized particles (quanta). This was rejected by almost all scientists. However, Robert Millikan completed his experiments on photoelectric effect and measured Crompton scattering in 1919. This confirmed the light particles idea of Einstein. He was motivated and led to it by thermodynamic considerations and had nothing to do with photoelectric effects. His entropy defined detailed equations on light wavelengths and frequency differences within the same light, which were later accepted as realistic conclusions. Atomic Vibrations (quantized) The specific heat anomaly in solids was concluded and ratified by applying the quantum theory in 1906. Einstein based his working on the notion that each atom oscillates independently and not joined to others, as was usually thought. By detailed demonstrations he proved the motion of atoms, their velocities, the quantized motion and specific heat calculations even at zero temperatures match those deducted by other scientists, earlier and the present. Further work by others reconfirmed the correct application. This work of Einstein laid the foundation of condensed matter physics. Adiabatic Principle and action-angle variable Ernest Rutherford discovered the nucleus of the atom stated that electrons orbit it like planets. Niels Bohr proved that the quantum mechanical postulates of Planck and developed by Einstein, explain the discrete motion of electrons in atoms and further described adiabatic principle and adiabatic invariant. Wave-Particle Duality Einstein elaborated on the Max Planck's energy quanta to possess momentum and should act as independent particles. This 1909 paper projected photon concept and wave-particle duality in quantum mechanics. Critical Opalescence Einstein refers to Raleigh scattering and explains that light of all wave lengths is scattered and the fluid looks milky white. This also depends on density and some other factors. Energy at Zero Point Einstein noted that oscillator energies by Planck had incorrect zero point. This view was made in 1913 stating that according to thermodynamics a molecule with two atoms can split into two free atoms. For this he proposed a new formula. Equivalence Principal Einstein had his 'happiest thought'. He figured that gravity of one matter has effects on the other according to gravitational fields. He visualized that when clocks are placed at different heights, the lower one will move slower as more force acts on it than the one that is placed higher. He confidently stated the earlier theory on gravity by Gunnar Nordstrom was incorrect. These findings led him to publish a paper from Prague announcing the effects of gravity on light, specifically gravitational redshift and deflection of light. He proposed some thought experiments on general relativity. General Relativity Einstein published a paper on the general theory of relativity in 1915, as it is still today. He terms gravitation as a distortion of the structure of spacetime by matter, affecting the inertial motion of the other matter. The worldwide astronomers set to prove him wrong, took to observatories view the 'redshift'. In 1917 and 1918 no signs showed up. In 1919 the British astronomer, Arthur Stanley confirmed Einstein's prediction of gravitational deflection of star light by the sun, while photographing a solar eclipse in Brazil. Einstein was praised and received the best comments "the great feat of human thinking about nature" and "the greatest discovery ever made". This fact finding illustrates the deep intuition of the Great Scientist. Einstein continued his work on various other subjects. Much was still in the pipe line nearing completion when he died in 1955. His colleagues and fellow scientists are continuing his experiments further confidently. He stood his ground against strong difference of opinion and was often proved convincingly right. He had his weak points also. In the course of unknown exploration of the natures secrets one has to take lead by assumptions, side-tracking and often retreating back in the absence of positive signals. The achievements create history and he has a lot many in his account. Only that matters while the rest of criticism is probably jealousy. He also had the most famous equation nowadays which is E = mc2. ( Full Answer )
This is a matter of personal opinion. Some contributor opinions are: . The Lord Of The Rings series . Harry Potter.
It depends on perspective. There are many opinions so there cannot be a true answer. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The only invention that could be argued as the single "greatest" of all time are the very first tools that huma…ns created; simple axes and knives that were forged from shards of stone. This invention established the beginning of all of humanity's creations; therefore, all concurrent inventions were derived from it . It is the only invention that can be considered separate from all others; therefore, the only invention that can be argued to be "greater than" without implementing opinion. . ( Full Answer )
Jesse James undoubtedly. He admitted to killing 17 men but the true total may have been as high as 180 from his bushwacking days. He was a ruthless, fearless, outlaw.
Mr. san peppy, Master Mirada, Grey starlight, Doc Bar and many and pretty much all the old foundation breeds
Javier Sotomayor (Cuba) is the current men's record holder with a jump of 2.45 metres (8 ft 0.46 in) set in 1993 and is the longest standing record in the history of the men's high jump. Stefka Kostadinova (Bulgaria) has held the women's world record 2.09 metres (6 ft 10.28 in) since 1987, also …the longest-held record in the event. ( Full Answer )
ARTHUR WORSLEY, without a doubt. Ed Sullivan is quoted as saying, " The greatest ventriloquist of all time " Professor Brian Catling, Oxford University, in his celebrated lecture "Arthur Worsley And The Uncanny Valley" said, " Ventriloquism. Arthur Worsley re-invented it. " Ten seasons at t…he London Palladium, in the space of twenty five years, plus sixteen appearances on CBS' Ed Sullivan Show. He's in a class all his own, truly a creative genius.. ( Full Answer )
There is no definitive answer for this question. Unfortunately, there are too many variables, and everyone's definition of "greatest" will vary. It all comes down to personal opinion.