Apart from his inventions and paintings, Leonardo da Vinci’s secret codes and messages which are hidden in many of his creation continue to baffle scientists, historians, and scholars.
Albert Einstein, the ‘Nobel Prize’ winning physicist, was one of the most significant contributors to the field of theoretical physics. His ‘Theory of Relativity’ and the ‘Law of Photoelectric Effect’ paved the way for a better understanding of quantum mechanics. Modern scientists are building on his research to find answers to their questions.
Often regarded as one of the founders of spirituality and Western religion, Plato gave rise to the Platonist school of thought. His works have been referred by many scholars and philosophers.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was a musical prodigy and became one of the greatest composers of all-time. Many aspiring musicians of today try their best to emulate his pieces.