From 100 Scientists Who Shaped World History (Bluewood Books: San Francisco, CA, © 2000), written by John Hudson Tiner.
Hakim Ibn-e-Sina A.D. 980-1037
From the book Science: 100 Scientists Who Changed the World (Enchanted Lion Books: New York, 2003), written by John Balchin.
Al-Khwarizmi A.D. 800-850
Two lists of 100 and one percent were Muhammedans.
From the book The Scientific 100: A Ranking of the Most Influential Scientists, Past and Present, Citadel Press (2000), written by John Galbraith Simmons, there are NO Muhammedans listed.
Three lists of 100 and less than one percent are Muhammedans. Yet Muhammedans want us to believe that their culture should be the dominant one on earth?
Does anyone wonder why the civilized world rejects Muhammedanism? There's very little opportunity for imagination and invention in their culture.
The late Saudi theologian, Sheikh Muhammad bin Ibrahim al-Jubair, stated, "Only one ambition is worthy of Islam, to save the world from the curse of democracy: to teach men that they cannot rule themselves on the basis of man-made laws."
Well, for 200 years or so, we've done just that and democracy has produced a plethora of scientific knowledge. And for that we can all be thankful.
Pace e Bene.