Marie Curie

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In existographies, Marie Curie (88-21 BE) (1867-1934 ACM) (IQ:180|#121) (ID:2.73|66) (RGM:17|1,350+) (PR:70|65AE / physicist:3) (Murray 4000:14|P) (Gottlieb 1000:75) (Becker 160:4|17L) (Simmons 100:26) (Thims 32:27) (Norlinger 22:28) (EPD:M10) (CR:30) (LH:10) (TL:40) was a Polish-born French physicist and chemist, noted for []


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“I kind of cringe when folks ‘feel’ they have to put Marie Curie on the list. She identified two radioactive isotopes, working alongside her husband and under the direction of another professor. She died of radiation poisoning, the thing she was an expert in: kind of puts a dent in the idea of being one of the all-time smartest.”
— Rick McDowell (2013), reply to Christopher Harding’s comment on Finances Online’s article “13 Most Intelligent People in the World” [1]
“Where do you rank your self? And where is Marie Curie (#121)? And who invented the atomic bomb (Leo Szilard (#496))?”
— Ishrat Jabeen Beg (2019), queries by Mirza Beg's wife to Libb Thims; after Beg had informed his wife that Thims had ranked him below Bill Gates, in the top 2000 rankings

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See also


  1. Harding, Christopher. (2013). “13 Most Intelligent People in the World” (Ѻ), comment post,

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