Who has had the most influence on the world we live in today? 97 replies

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#11 15 years ago

remember it was a counter-factual point. oh and, the mother of (etc.) didn't play an active role in the evnts (to the best of my knowlegde).




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#12 15 years ago

Yes but I could say that it does not matter if something wouldn't have happened as a result of something else not happening, as they did happen and there is no changing that.




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#13 15 years ago

Adam and Eve. Without them you would all be a void.




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#14 15 years ago

According to your belief Da-Ko, not everyone's.

I'd say Jesus only because he's influenced the most amount of people throughout history. Hitler's my second choice.




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#15 15 years ago

according to me charles jesus and muhammed,

when you take the whole human history hitler's is just an episode there were somany hitler before him we think of him only because he was in our lifetime.




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#16 15 years ago

Adam, Eve, Joseph, Mary, and Santa Clause.




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#17 15 years ago

In the world we live in today, I would say those with the most influence currently are those in control of the media. Ever, I'd say that one guy with a gun from the Black Hand, as mentioned above I believe. Gavrilo Princip. He didn't command an army. He probably didn't have a particularly high position within the Black Hand. All he had was his gun, and dumb luck that he happened to be standing where Archduke Ferdinand's car took a wrong turn and stopped. And he ignited the fumes that had been hovering across Europe, which gave way to WW1, which set the premise for WW2, which forced leaders across the world to try and make a lasting, global peace...




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#18 15 years ago

I would not say that though, because they were going to go to war anyways. That was just an excuse. He may have set the bomb off, but the fume had been burning and was about to burn out anyways.




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#19 15 years ago

Well of course you're going to disagree with me, but I don't care, that's my opinion.




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#20 15 years ago

biggest influence? hmm... where are all my conspiration-theory believers?

maybe the illuminati.