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Who is the most underrated scientist?

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Who is the most underrated scientist?


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  1. 1
    Ed Hamilton, Danville, Illinois says:

    Tesla

  2. 2
    theOneWithoutASecond says:

    Michael Faraday, without him there would be no electrical technology, James Clerk Maxwell modeled his equations after Faraday's experiments.

  3. 3
    Durand says:

    Undoubtedly Nikola Tesla

  4. 4
    Anurag says:

    Nikola Tesla

  5. 5
    Stop says:

    Tesla was not a scientist -_____- stop with this myth. He did not invent A/C current, he did not invent the transformer. His idea for radar was completely wrong (wanted to use it underwater where it would be ineffective). Stop with these myths about tesla.

  6. 6
    army says:

    then why are there over 50 sites that say so and its in his autobiography and his biograpies



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