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Game creation: 2020-04-11
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In 1859, he published a groundbreaking work explaining the evolution of living species through natural selection.Georges Cuvier | Gregor Mendel | Charles Darwin | Jean-Baptiste de Lamarck
This American seismologist developed in 1935 a method of calculation to quantify the magnitude of an earthquake.Charles Richter | Joseph Mercalli | Francis Beaufort | Alfred Wegener
"On the Fabric of the Human Body", a 700-page book published in 1543, made him the founder of modern anatomy.Andreas Vesalius | Ambrose Paré | Antoine de Lavoisier | Claude Galien
He led the Manhattan Project to build the American atomic bomb during World War II.Hans Bethe | Albert Einstein | Robert Oppenheimer | Enrico Fermi
One of the greatest minds and thinkers of history, he assimilated all the knowledge of his time in all fields.Archimedes | Aristotle | Hipparchus | Empedocle
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