The Exclusivity of The Title Of "The Greatest Living Physicist Of His Time"

Galileo, “the greatest living Physicist of his time” died in 1642.
Sir Isaac Newton “the greatest living Physicist of his time” was born in 1642 (Christmas morning; December 25).
John Clark Maxwell, “the greatest living Physicist of his Time”, died in 1879.
But 1879 happened to be the birth year of another “the greatest living Physicist of his time” – Albert Einstein.
If the physicists lived during the same time period then one of them had to lose the title of being “the greatest living Physicist of his time” to another.
By definition. only one can hold the prestige of being known as the “the greatest living Physicist of his time”.
Clearly, the four greatest Physicists had other ideas!

So they chose not to be alive during the same time!
And our realization is that the title of “the greatest living Physicist of his time” is indeed an exclusive title!

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