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Elon Musk is a successful businessman who revolutionized the vehicle and space industry. He created a large company which specialize in renewable energy and produce many cars and solar panels. He was also among the first to manufacture a reusable rocket using a landing pad in the ocean.

Tyler, the Creator is an influential rapper/singer who revolutionized the music industry by taking many risks. He was among the first to introduce the genre of alternative rap into the industry with his unique and varying style. He has also taken a step forward into other areas, such as the fashion, television and film industry.

Walt Disney was a revolutionary person who made iconic characters such as Mickey and Minnie Mouse. he also revolutionized the animation industry by sparking the imagination of people all over the world. His biggest goal among all else was to bring more life into peoples' imaginations and his legacy lives on today in the form of movies still being produced today.

Mahatma Gandhi was an influential figure who fought for Indian Independence. He advocated for many freedom movements, most famously peacefully protesting and eventually convincing British troops to comply with his demands. He was a lawyer in South Africa, but after experiencing the apartheid present there, he moved to India to fight for their independence.

Enzo Ferrari was an innovative F1 racer and entrepreneur who started the influential car company, Ferrari. He first raced for Alfa Romeo, but pursued his goals of starting his own car company, rooted from his deep passion for racing. The Ferrari company has been one of the largest and most well known supercar company, like the 250 GTO and LaFerrari have revolutionized the industry

Martin Luther King Jr. was an incredibly important figure in black history who is celebrated even today. He was a symbol of freedom and courage and stood up for his community in times where he was not appreciated by many, and ended up giving up his life for it. He also contributed heavily to the Civil Rights act of 1964.

Lionel Messi is regarded as one of the greatest and most influential soccer players of all time, due to his extraordinary skills in soccer. He was very consistent in his career, and showed lots of leadership to lead his team. He also won the 2022 world cup, celebrated by many.

Albert Einstein is widely regarded as one of the most influential physicists of all time, renowned for his theory of relativity, published in 1905. He also came up with the mass energy equivalence, e=mc which introduced the theory of relativity. He has also won a Nobel Prize in physics for his efforts to the scientific community.

Kendrick Lamar is an influential rapper known for his lyricism and storytelling, tackling topics such as poverty, racism, and his personal struggles. It sets him apart because rather than freestyling as usual, he uses his music to tell a story. He has received critical acclaim for many of his albums, exhibiting many good songs which are regarded as influential in the rap community.

Ray Kroc was a highly influential person in the fast food industry mainly known for his endeavors in the worldwide franchise McDonalds. He completely transformed the small business into a fast-food giant which is known internationally. He was very innovative and his business strategies which he implemented added to the significant rise of his company.

Marie Curie was a pioneer in radioactivity, discovering the elements Curium and Radium. She was awarded a Nobel Prize in physics, along with her husband. She also worked in medical science during world war 1, and was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, along with becoming the first female professor at multiple universities

Steve jobs was among the most influential men in technology, pioneering the first smartphones to enter the market and revolutionizing computers. He also founded the animation company Pixar, a studio now own by Disney. Steve Jobs paved the way for new smartphones to enter the market and established a new model for upcoming technology to follow.

Nelson Mandela was a very influential figure known for his anti-apartheid movements in South Africa. His activism against South African apartheid made him a symbol freedom to his people. This also led to his imprisonment in 1962, causing the Mandela Effect.

Henry Ford was known for his innovation in the auto industry. He revolutionized it by adding the assembly line, making things go much quicker. His Model T in 1908 marked a milestone in cars, and was the first mass produced car. He also added interchangeable parts in his cars.

Bill gates is influential for being the co-founder of Microsoft. His revolutionary technology is a staple of computers in the modern day, like Windows OS. He revolutionized the computer industry by standardizing computers for personal use, and advocated for software development.