Genius People Who Changed the World

Buddha

Gautama Buddha is the person who began the religion of Buddhism. He lived from about 563 BC to about 483 BC. Siddh?rtha Gautama was born in the kingdom of Kapilvastu in Nepal. At present this birth place is called Lumbini, in Nepal.

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Tenzing Norgay, right, of Nepal and Edmund P. Hillary of New Zealand. Conquered the world's highest peak, the Mount Everest, on May 29. Edmund Hillary, with Sherpa Tenzing Norgay, reached the 29,035 Feet summit of Everest on May 29, 1953, becoming the first person to stand atop the world's highest mountain.

Tenzing Norgay, right, of Nepal and Edmund Hillary of New Zealand conquered the world’s highest peak, the Mount Everest [Nepal], on May 29. Edmund Hillary, with Sherpa Tenzing Norgay, reached the 29,035 Foot summit of Everest on May 29, 1953, becoming the first person to stand atop the world’s highest mountain.

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Comments (1)

  1. Debra

    Just an observation… I’m quite sure that Sir Isaac Newton NEVER said, “I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones.” In Newton’s time, it’s unlikely World War I was anticipated, much less World Wars III and IV. The quote is generally attributed to Albert Einstein who made very similar statements in interviews around 1949; but even so, quote investigators are not sure that he actually coined the statement – there is evidence he may have been paraphrasing another’s earlier statement. Not so early as Sir Isaac Newton, however. Since the quote is referring to the devastating, world-ending effects of nuclear armaments, again, it is highly unlikely that Newton would have anticipated that in his time.