On Hart’s 100

That is, Michael Hart’s ranking of the 100 most influential people of all time. Posted here for reasons of hate.

Verdict: complete bullshit. This is coffee table retardation only a SWPL could love.

Ed: The hmolpedia guys “exorcised” the “religio-mythology aggregates” into a separate list because they are absolutely fucking retarded.

[1] Muhammad
[3] Jesus Christ
[4] Buddha
[5] Confucius
[6] St. Paul
[15] Moses
[73] Lao Tzu
[83] Mani
[84] Sui Wen Ti
[85] Mencius
[93] Zoroaster
[94] Mahavira

1. Isaac Newton
2. Ts’ai Lun [Cai Lun]
3. Johannes Gutenberg
4. Christopher Columbus
5. Albert Einstein
6. Louis Pasteur
7. Galileo Galilei
8. Aristotle
9. Euclid
10. Charles Darwin
11. Shih Huang Ti [Qin Shi Huang]
12. Augustus Caesar
13. Nicolaus Copernicus
14. Antoine Lavoisier
15. Constantine the Great
16. James Watt
17. Michael Faraday
18. James Maxwell
19. Martin Luther
20. George Washington
21. Karl Marx
22. Orville Wright & Wilbur Wright
23. Genghis Khan
24. Adam Smith
25. William Shakespeare
26. John Dalton
27. Alexander the Great
28. Napoleon Bonaparte
29. Thomas Edison
30. Antony von Leeuwenhoek
31. William T.G. Morton
32. Guglielmo Marconi
33. Adolf Hitler
34. Plato
35. Oliver Cromwell
36. Alexander Graham Bell
37. Alexander Fleming
38. John Locke
39. Ludwig van Beethoven
40. Werner Heisenberg
41. Louis Daguerre
42. Simon Bolivar
43. Rene Descartes
44. Michelangelo
45. Pope Urban II
46. Umar ibn al-Khattab
47. Asoka
48. Augustine
49. William Harvey
50. Ernest Rutherford
51. John Calvin
52. Gregor Mendel
53. Max Planck
54. Joseph Lister
55. Nikolaus August Otto
56. Francisco Pizarro
57. Hernando Cortes
58. Thomas Jefferson
59. Queen Isabella I
60. Joseph Stalin
61. Julius Caesar
62. William the Conqueror
63. Sigmund Freud
64. Edward Jenner
65. Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen
66. Johann Bach
67. Voltaire
68. Johannes Kepler
69. Enrico Fermi
70. Leonhard Euler
71. Jean-Jacques Rousseau
72. Niccolo Machiavelli
73. Thomas Malthus
74. John F. Kennedy
75. Gregory Pincus
76. Vladimir Lenin
77. Sui Wen Ti
78. Vasco da Gama
79. Cyrus the Great
80. Peter the Great
81. Mao Zedong
82. Francis Bacon
83. Henry Ford
84. Queen Elizabeth I
85. Mikhail Gorbachev
86. Menes
87. Charlemagne
88. Homer
89. Justinian I


Naturally, Mohammed had to be tops above Jesus because Hart was trying to be “provocative” like a damned teenager. If a fifth-grade feminista demanded equal representation of all demographics, I bet Hart would have shit his pants and then done it, like a little bitch.

I’m sure John F. Kennedy was a wonderful person and all, but more influential than Homer? Rutherford scattering more influential than Lao Tzu?

And where is Goethe, epicenter genius of the German Enlightenment? But no, had to fit George Washington in at #20.

This listing is too ridiculous for ridicule. I could have done a better list when I was 8.

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3 Responses to On Hart’s 100

  1. Hegel invented at least half a dozen men on this list and yet doesn’t even make it on. Ass.

    • Aeoli Pera says:

      The worst part is there doesn’t seem to be any logic at all. It’s not that there was flawed logic, or incorrect logic, it’s just that the guy decided “Hey, I think I’ll write a book today. Let’s see, gotta sprinkle some MSG so my friends don’t think I’m Eurocentric…gotta show off my Fucking Love for Science….”

  2. Obadiah says:

    >Francis William Bakespeare not top 10

    d r o p p e d

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