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World Famous Scientists

science scientist article biology bio albert eistein birds tesla serbain darwin Do you have trouble remembering famous scientists and what Grandfather of the Father of Evolution. Charles Darwin, the father of evolutionary theory, is a famous scientist who his grandfather is Eramus Darwin. Eramus had a huge circumference in his belly that in his later years, he couldn't reach pass his own tummy to get to the food on the table so they cut a semi-circular hole was cut into his dining room table to make room for his belly. It is worth noting that Eramus himself was an English physician. He had 14 children with 3 different women. And true enough, one of those children was Robert Darwin Bird's Lovers. Nikola Tesla, a renowned Serbian inventor and engineer, developed a romantic fascination with pigeons. According to his diary, it says, "I love that pigeon, I love her as a man

Do you have trouble remembering famous scientists and what they are famous for? Well, you are not alone because as an a human biology major I always have a tough time remembering and sometimes recalling them. In this short article, I will present you some fun, weird, (and disturbing) facts about these famous scientists that will be very interesting and hopefully it will leave a good memorizing point about them and share this with your friends something they never knew before.

Grandfather of the Father of Evolution. Charles Darwin, the father of evolutionary theory, is a famous scientist who his grandfather is Eramus Darwin. Eramus had a huge circumference in his belly that in his later years, he couldn't reach pass his own tummy to get to the food on the table so they cut a semi-circular hole was cut into his dining room table to make room for his belly. It is worth noting that Eramus himself was an English physician. He had 14 children with 3 different women. And true enough, one of those children was Robert Darwin, Charles Darwin's father.

Bird's Lovers. Nikola Tesla, a renowned Serbian inventor and engineer, developed a romantic fascination with pigeons. According to his diary, it says, "I love that pigeon, I love her as a man loves a women." It's either that he had some really deep message behind that or he truely feel pasionate about that bird.

Albert Einstein. And I don't need to tell how he has contributed to the world of science on this one. He is the guy that came up with the theory of relativity to model the structure of the universe as a whole. Apparently, he left his first wife to marry his second cousin. Get it? Relatively speaking.

Thomas Edison who is most well known for inventing the light bulb, killed one of his assistant. Okay, he did not intentionally kill his assistant. The story was that he did a series of test of X-rays in the early twentieth century using his assistant Clarence Madison Dally. Clarence got a radiation poisoning and died. Clarence Dally is thought to be the first American to die from the effects of experimentation with radiation.

Galileo Galilei, a man who, toward the end of his life had a little conflict with the church during the 1600's. He was called "the father of science" and revolutionized science in many fields. Well, today, Galileo's middle finger is on display behind glass in Italy's Museo di Storia del Scienza. So if you have an opportunity to go visit the father of science, don't forget to take picture of his middle finger.

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