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Who has made the greatest single discovery in the history of Science? Would you say it was Darwin or Newton?

>> No.10563181

i hope this is fucking bait
there's no way normoids are claiming she discovered black holes, they can't be THAT retarded

>> No.10563234

>>10563181
https://aussiecelebs.com.au/katie-bouman-wiki-age-husband-black-hole/

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>>10563056
>Newton or Darwin

Katie Bouman.

>> No.10563278

>>10563181
You underestimate the stupidity of leftists

>> No.10563373

Euler

>> No.10563409

The guy who invented fire

>> No.10563414

>>10563409
>guy
when you assume you make an ASS out of U and ME

>> No.10563494

>>10563409
>invented fire

>> No.10563915

>>10563409
I use that guy as an example when I try to point out why patents are bad. What if we had a proper court system back then and he patented fire?

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>>10563056
whoever the guy who invented/discovered math

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>>10563056
>This girl ALONE discovered the blackhole

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>>10563935
Some Sumerian guy most likely

>> No.10563956

>>10563056
If it can be a duo: Claude Shannon and Alan Turing

>> No.10563980

>>10563056
Rephrase that to "what was the greatest single discovery in the history of science?"! That's super hard to answer.

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>>10563056

STOP SPAMMING THIS FUCKING THREAD
>Who has made the greatest single discovery in the history of Science? Would you say it was Darwin or Newton?
YOU REPOST THE SAME SHIT OVER AND OVER WITH SAME BITCHES FACE OVER AND OVER

STOP SPAMMING THE BOARD REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

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When SJWs think they can gas light 4chan.

When 4chan is full of redditors now and they actually can.

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>>10563271
>dat nose

>> No.10564021

boltzmann

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>>10563056
Darwin/Wallace.

>> No.10564059

>>10563056
lol she was looking at her anus in this pic

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>>10563956
Turing the possible pedo?

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>>10563271
why do you guys always post shooped versions?

>> No.10564153

>>10564145
That phenotype makes the pp hard

>> No.10564767

>>10564145
rude

>> No.10564792 [DELETED] 

Ask her how she feels that people combed the staff for any cute female to celebrate that had any contribution to this and blew her up.

If she were 65 years old or fat this would not have happened. Ask her how it feels to be used in this way

>> No.10564795

Louis Pasteur

>> No.10564799

>>10564066
Nothing suggests Turing was a pedo, he was charged with gross indecency for having a homosexual relationship, dumb fuck.

>> No.10564811

>>10563935
I was the one who invented math.

>> No.10565343

>>10564153
>phenotype

>> No.10566724

>>10564799
>Turing

>> No.10568057

>>10563056
probably the first one as without it we would never have progressed

>> No.10568067

>>10563056
First guy(s) to figure out how to make fire. First guy(s) that figured out how to predict the natural world using symbols.

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Claude E Shannon has changed every field of science, every aspect of modern life, and revolutionized our understanding of the universe, all with a single paper.

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>>10563056
>greatest single discovery in the history of Science?

>> No.10568318

>>10563056
not darwin
copernicus or kepler

>> No.10569039

>>10563056
As we're talking, I think Alan Turing did great job for modern science.

>> No.10569043

>>10563409
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lGH4MK9O2J0

>> No.10569289

>>10569039
he was a pedo tho desu

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>>10564799
>Nothing suggests Turing was a pedo, he was charged with gross indecency for having a homosexual relationship
If by "homosexual relationship" you mean railing a youth of 18-19 repeatedly in the anus then yes that was the charge. However consider that he was a well-connected quasi-war-hero with a security clearance in a nation known for pedo coverups, and the official story becomes more than a little suspect.

>> No.10569393

Have you considered fact, there could be just some incident to erase Turing's public image, because he doesn't accepted the fate of his invention given by the goverment, and he could do nothing about it so he shot himself?

>> No.10569709

>>10569370
>youth of 18-19
Ah, so a legal adult. Got it.

>> No.10569713

>>10564066
>Turing the possible pedo?
Why do you say that like it's a bad thing?

>> No.10570412

>>10564047
Lmao are you my dad? I didn't think there's another soul in the world besides him who cares about taxonomy

>> No.10570992

Whoever built the first electric battery

>> No.10572418

>>10570992
Volta did iirc
The fact that you can't even remember his name is an auto DQ

>> No.10572430

I'm gonna say Galileo, since the guy started the whole experimental sciences thing. Or maybe Alexander Flemming, but his discovery of antibiotics was mainly accidental so idk if he counts really

>> No.10572431

>>10563056
The guy who invented electricity

>> No.10573751

>>10563056
The greatest single discovery is that you can write shit down and read it later. Everyone else just built off that.

>> No.10573839

>>10573751
That ain't science tho

>> No.10573980

>>10563278
When right wing nut jobs stop denying climate change and evolution you can come and talk.

>> No.10574500

katie

>> No.10574564

>>10563056
Darwin AND Einstein.

they both literally created a new science AND a new way of seeing our universe.

>> No.10574799

>>10574564
>AND
they didn't even know each other

>> No.10575211

me

>> No.10575226

>>10563181
She not only discovered them. She invented the concept, then later proved it to exist in reality by creating an algorithm to image them. Pretty cool stuff.

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>>10563056
Bell's no-go theorem is probably the most fundamental and important discovery made by science, in terms of understanding the nature of the physical world and not mere practical breakthroughs

>> No.10575521

>>10575231
>theorem

>> No.10575531

>>10563409
Prometheus?

>> No.10576574

>>10572431
Sorry, what?

>> No.10576631

>>10563271
>(((Bouman)))
Jesus Christ, look at that nose.

>> No.10576635

>>10563056
Anything jewush:^)

>> No.10576816

The man who will uncover the extent of human stupidity will have discovered the greatest thing of all

>> No.10576819

>>10563056
Knowledge of forces is obviously more useful than knowledge of evolution, if that's what you mean.

>> No.10576820

>>10563373
Calculus is more foundational/important than whatever Euler developed. Euler probably isn't even as prolific as Newton and that's saying something.

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>>10563056
Darwin

>> No.10576952

>>10576631
>>>/pol/

>> No.10576957

>>10563414
>Vast majority of hunters male
>Would cover the most ground and gather most food
>Far more likely to encounter wildfires or even lightning strikes
Not exactly a dumb assumption

>> No.10576994

>>10563056
Thales, who first developed the scientific method

>>10576820
>Euler probably wasn't as prolific as Newton
Euler is known to be the most prolific writer of mathematics ever. Even with monthly publications his complete work was only published many decades after his death.

>> No.10577307

>>10576574
Yea ure right his name was James Watt

>> No.10577833

Do you think /sci/ will still be assblasted by Bouman a year from now?

>> No.10578158

>>10563056
for me it's Kropotkin

>> No.10578227

Probably Leibniz or Gödel. Or Cantor.

(Or maybe Shannon that some people mentioned, I still haven't study Information Theory.)

If we are not including mathematics/philosophy, as only Science it self, probably Archimedes/Galileu/Newton.

>> No.10578262

Anaximander believed that life began in the sea, and that by some type of adaptation to the environment, animals evolved into what they are today. He believed that the human species must have been born out of other animals, because we are far too vulnerable and reliant during infancy, and we could not have survived otherwise.

Empedocles also dealt with the first origin of plants and animals, and with the physiology of humans. As the elements entered into combinations, there appeared strange results—heads without necks, arms without shoulders. Then as these fragmentary structures met, there were seen horned heads on human bodies, bodies of oxen with human heads, and figures of double sex. But most of these products of natural forces disappeared as suddenly as they arose; only in those rare cases where the parts were found to be adapted to each other did the complex structures last. Thus the organic universe sprang from spontaneous aggregations that suited each other as if this had been intended. Soon various influences reduced creatures of double sex to a male and a female, and the world was replenished with organic life.

Lucretius also argued in favor of a theory of evolution. Lucretius laid out his evolutionary theory in his poem titled On the Nature of Things. He followed his predecessors by claiming that the earth gave birth to its creatures through a combination of elements. For Lucretius, the force that is responsible for life’s creations is chance.

>> No.10578593

>>10568084
Definitely one of the most underrated. Information Theory has found its way into pretty much every serious field of scientific inquiry. Its a paradigm shift that we are still in the middle of.

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