The number in [brackets] (new entry/up/down) is their position the last time we carried out this exercise in March 2005.

Inside this list, Florence Nightingale came up the most: from 92 to 12, while Neils Bohr dropped from 17 to 96.

Aryabata I came from outside the previous 100 up to 18 and Brunellesci came in at 28. Norbert Weiner dropped most sharply: from 34 last time to 163, Planck dropped from 49 to 135 and Wiles dropped from 52 to 111 (*sic transit gloria !*).

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