Therefore, pioneers are not influenced by the past achievements, but rather influence others who will work after them in their pioneered field.
Woah. To me, this is a bit of an overstatement. Whatever someone does must
be influenced by something. Given this contemporary world, it is extremely unlikely that a person just came up with an idea out of nowhere (there are rare cases of that... i guess -.-); instead, he is mostly likely inspired by something. The works of Pasteur and Feynman and Newton were indeed revolutionary, but their former experiences with experimentation, observation, calculation, and analysis led them to their discovery and formulation of pasteurization, Feynman diagrams, and gravity.
BTW, your vocabulary is pretty impressive! It is nowhere near "poor," unless you are comparing to someone like Plato or Socrates.. but let's not get pessimistic. :)
"A scientist, a leader, a doctor - these are
people who leave lasting impressions in their respective fields."
I don't know... to me, it seems a little redundant to say that... but this is just an opinion...
"In scientific fields, we also encounter something known as a serendipitous discovery or invention. A serendipitous discovery is an unintentional discovery. "
As Pasteur said, chance favors those who are more prepared and experienced. You might discover something, but if you don't have background knowledge and experience, which are inevitably based on other people's accomplishments, you won't know that you had discovered.
"Usually, the donated money
some sort of
cancer research centers
, children's home, etc.
The people donating the money may not have any idea how cancer research is
or how to
a children's home, but they are still making a significant contribution
, although not directl
Just a few changes that I thought would make the statements stronger. :]
Here... you do make a good point... but for the sake of argument :) I want to bring out a possibility. What then influences the philanthropist to generously donate so much money? Something must have inspired him. Maybe as a child, he had severe illness, or he experienced others suffer misfortune and poverty... although not directly and not rigorously, an experience related to a field of study would have influenced him then... But your arguments are clear and concise, and you organize your thoughts very well! Don't take offense :] It was just for argument's sake...