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    Albert Einstein
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    Leonardo da Vinci
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    Stephen Hawking
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    Isaac Newton
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    Galileo Galilei
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    Plato
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    Grace Hopper
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    Nicolaus Copernicus
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    Alan Turing
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    John Forbes Nash, Jr.
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    Ted Kaczynski
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    Archimedes
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    Pythagoras
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    Lewis Carroll
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    Bertrand Russell
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    Ada Lovelace
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    Srinivasa Ramanujan
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    Blaise Pascal
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    Leonhard Euler
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    Johannes Kepler
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    Thomas Robert Malthus
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    Euclid
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    Carl Friedrich Gauss
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    Ptolemy
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    Charles Babbage
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    Pierre de Fermat
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    Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz
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    Aryabhata
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    Joseph John Thomson
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    Avicenna
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    John von Neumann
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    Democritus
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    Hypatia
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    Leonardo Fibonacci
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    James Clerk Maxwell
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    Thales
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    Grigori Perelman
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    Eratosthenes
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    Tom Lehrer
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    Benjamin Banneker
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    Giordano Bruno
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    Paul Dirac
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    Claude Shannon
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    Donald Knuth
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    Pierre-Simon Laplace
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    Benoit Mandelbrot
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    David Hilbert
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    Georg Cantor
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    John Dee
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    William Thomson, 1st Baron Kelvin
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