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Featured Geniuses

Banksy is one of the most well known street artists of today. Ironically, almost no one knows for sure exactly who he is. This is because he has managed to keep his identity secret and has thus earned the unofficial title as the "Scarlet Pimpernell" of street art. see article

Leonardo da Vinci
Whenever people talk about the great geniuses, one of the names which usually gets mentioned is Leonardo da Vinci. There is certainly good reason for this because Leonardo da Vinci was a man of many talents and was also one of the most innovative thinkers of all time. see article

Wright Brothers
Whenever people talk about the great geniuses, they do not usually say much about the Wright Brothers. Yet the Wright Brothers created one of the greatest technical achievements in human history – sustained, and controlled heavier than air flight by humans. Also, building a functioning airplane required them to make a series of major breakthroughs. see article

Jim Denevan
Jim Denevan uses simple tools such as a stick and a rake to make his drawings which are done on a massive scale. Some of these drawings are over a mile across and others require him to walk over 30 miles in order to complete them. see article

Sir Isaac Newton
Many people know that Sir Isaac Newton discovered the law of gravity and the laws of motion, but do not know much else about him. However, he was a brilliant inventor and scientist whose discoveries had little or nothing to do with falling apples. In addition, he has proven himself to be one of the greatest mathematicians of all time. see article

Theo Jansen
Theo Jansen is a former scientist who now makes kinetic sculptures. These sculptures behave like creatures that feed on the wind and roam the beach while avoiding the surf. Theo has used the process of evolution to improve them with each generation. see article