Vegetarian Era


Nobel Laureates


In order to help preserve our planet’s natural resources, many of the world’s greatest thinkers and scientists throughout history have observed a vegetarian diet and affirmed its necessity from the standpoints of both morality and logic. The following is a brief list of these noble individuals:


Nobel Laureates
Rabindranath Tagore, 1913, Literature
Albert Einstein, 1921, Physics
George Bernard Shaw, 1925, Literature
Sir C. V. Raman, 1930, Physics
Albert Schweitzer, 1952, Peace
Linus Pauling, 1954, Chemistry and 1962, Peace
George Wald, 1967, Medicine
Isaac Bashevis Singer, 1978, Literature
Chandrashekar Subrahmanyam, 1983, Physics
Elie Wiesel 1986, Peace
The 14th Dalai Lama, 1989, Peace
Aung San Suu Kyi, 1991, Peace
V. S. Naipaul, 2001, Literature
JM Coetzee, 2003, Literature


Eminent scientists and inventors
Sir Isaac Newton, father of physics
John Ray, father of English natural history
Leonardo Da Vinci, architect, inventor and artist
Benjamin Franklin, author, journalist, scientist, inventor and statesman
Thomas Edison, inventor
Nikola Tesla, inventor, physicist and engineer
Srinivasa Ramanujan, mathematician
Edward Witten, physicist and string theorist
Brian Greene, physicist and string theorist
Jane Goodall, primatologist
Vijay Raj Singh, medical physicist
Kalpana Chawla, NASA astronaut
Steve Jobs, founder and CEO of Apple Computer
Nathaniel Borenstein, creator of MIME (email) language