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The logarithmic G scale is used to measure the overall influence, and the ability to influence, of an individual in society. The influence is measured as an absolute value of influence, that is, it doesn't differentiate between positive or negative influence.

The 1G base is used to describe any accomplished individual such as a doctor, lawyer, police captain, army major, university professor, capo.
Steve jobs is a 3.7 G in the logarithmic G scale.
George W Bush is a 4.0 G.
Bill Clinton 3.3 G. (+ .3 for Monica Lewinsky incident)
Larry Page 2.7 G
David Suzuki 1.8 G
Al Gore 1.9 G
Rupert Murdoch 5.0 G
by smoov3 September 24, 2011
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