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Yes! This is the 21st century and it's a digital world where every work gets out sorted in mili seconds.
The earth has transformed into much more sophisticated way where most of the drastic diseases get cured, and researchers are still being continued.
I bet you are not aware of these people who were the backbone in leading the world to a different view.
Dennis Ritchie - every single computer software product we use today is because of the two key software technologies that were invented by Dennis Ritchie.
The Force Commander for the United Nations Assistance Mission for Rwanda. In his presence, during the genocide that claimed over 800,000 lives, with limited support and troops.Getting engaged with the following events he has taken a role in human rights initiatives, genocide prevention and fighting the worldwide use of child soldiers.
The Nobel Peace Prize winner in 2011 for her "nonviolent struggle for the safety of women and women's rights to full participation in peace-building work" was the world's first elected black female president and Africa's first elected female head of state. She transformed Liberia into a stable and profitable country
She is just more than an ordinary person, a one woman rampage of awesome shooting across America. Holmes is the youngest self-made female billionaire in the United States and also dropped out of Stanford in her sophomore year to create a company that revolutionized the way blood tests are taken and which is on the way of changing the future of healthcare.
He has antibodies in his blood that stops babies dying from Rhesus disease, which is a form of severe anaemia. He has been donating his blood for 60 years.
Chuck Feeney, the man who determined to break and has taken some doing when his estimated net worth before he started was $7.5 billion. His foundation has already funneled $6.2 billion into education, science, healthcare and civil rights. Few living people have given away more and nobody has ever given away their fortune so completely in their lifetime. The remaining $1.3 billion will supposedly be spent by 2016
The CEO and co-founder of EpiBone and is the first to use stem cells to grow human bone that is used to repair defects. They can be grown to the exact shape and size needed and are easily transplanted because they are made from the patients own cells. Revolutionization of surgeries will be soon.
The 'father of the green revolution' done Ph.D on plant pathology and genetics and traveled around the world offering advice on how to grow high-yield, disease resistant crops. The efforts afforded by him reportedly saved over a billion lives worldwide. He is a Nobel Peace Prize winner, 49 honorary degrees and the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
His life has been so incredible that he's been the subject of an award-winning documentary called Salt of the Earth. Salgado has taken some of the world's most captivating and heart-wrenching photographs. He has tried to bring many issues to the forefront of our collective social consciousness over the years and after seeing man's inhumanity to man into the limelight, he dedicated himself to conservation and environmental education.
Meet Stanislav Petrov, the man who was involved on the nuclear button during the Cold War. His story is different from the others, he saved the world by doing nothing. Petrov was working in a Soviet bunker when he noticed five incoming missiles on his satellite screen and decided ignored the warning because a second satellite screen showed nothing. When he was asked why he decided to ignore the threat, Petrov replied "When people start a war they don't do it with only five missiles. you can do little damage with just five missiles".