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Energy, Head, and Life: Sairam Gudiseva 3nd period Never has a man influenced physics so profoundly as Niels Bohr in the early 1900s Going omic structure; Bohr set out to end the obscurity of physics. However things didn't come easy for Bohr. He had to give up most of his life for physics and research of many hypothesis. But, this is why back to this time period,little was known about at and I have even heard of the quantum theory and atomic structures. Bohr came up with his quantum theory while studying at Cambridge. Bohr was a skeptic and he never truly believed in Max Planck's old quantum theory. He put forth the idea that, going from one high-energy orbit o a lower one, an electron could, in fact, be trying to emit a quantum of discrete energy.Bohr was criticized for this idea, but he didn't let up Soon after, Bohr said his famed quote,"If quantum mechanics hasn't shocked you you haven't understood it yet. This quote is extremely famous and has gone down as the motto for quantum physicist around the world. Understandably, Bohr never won a Nobel prize outside of physics (of which he only won one). Bohr's still going strong with his theories on atomic structure, he allowed for 100's of scientists fully experiment with the cell and its many components. Bohr was largely on the to run from the Nazi's when he came up with this discovery, which is amazing because around this time, Bohr's home country of Denmark was invaded by the Nazi's. Bohr and Ernest Rutherford are given credit, but it is believed that Rutherford decided to desert Bohr in the middle of their work Rutherford once, quite famously said that you should never bet against the wonders of science. Niels Bohr's famous career never really kicked off until he was forty years old. Most other major scientists were going all over the world with their ideas by their early twenties. However, in order to preserve the legacy of Niels Bohr, he has his own institution, whose goal is to make many more great strides in the field of physics for years. How did Bohr affect you and me? Without Niels Bohrs' more advanced atomic theory, we might as well cry over how little we know of the atoms and their compounds. Physics would have never been such a force in the todays society. However, to this day, research is stil going on to improve and update the atomic theory. Although scientists clearly want to improve on Bohr's theory, many famous physicists come out publicly and openly say that Bohr's ideas will never be improved upon, todays society cannot say goodbye to an opportunity to improve our understanding of the sciences. If Bohr never had silenced his critics, we would still be following Planck's theories, and going on incomplete information. Bohr's later life was all occupied when he decided to go back to Denmark and head the Royal Danish Academy. His main goal was to back t information p u be ell the world of the of the greatness of the Danish Sciences and most likely educate a new crop of scientists for years to come. There is controversy surrounding Bohrs lie during his stint in the Manhattan project. Though he claimed to be anti-violence and a peace-seeker, Bohr engineered on the Manhattan Project. Though he didn't hurt anyone directly, thousands of people died. Neils Bohr opened many doors for you and I in the physics world, he will go down as one of the greatest physicists meirl
Books, Energy, and Head: Sairam Gudiseva 3nd period Never has a man influenced physics so profoundly as Niels Bohr in the early 1900's Going back to this time period, little was known about atomic structure; Bohr set out to end the obscurity of physics. However.things didn't come easy for Bohr. He had to give up most of his life for physics and research of many hypothesis. But, this is why you and I have even heard of the quantum theory and atomic structures. Bohr came up with his quantum theory while studying at Cambridge. Bohr was a skeptic and he never truly believed in Max Planck's old quantum theory. He put forth the idea that, going from one high-energy orbit o a lower one, an electron could, in fact, be trying to emit a quantum of discrete energy. Bohr was criticized for this idea, but he didn't let up. Soon after, Bohr said his famed quote, " If quantum mechanics hasn't shocked you, you haven't understood it yet." This quote is extremely famous and has gone down as the motto for quantum physicist around the world. Understandably, Bohr never won a Nobel prize outside of physics (of which he only won one). Bohr's still going strong with his theories on atomic structure; he allowed for 100's of scientists to fully experiment with the cell and its many components. Bohr was largely on the run from the Nazi's when he came up with this discovery, which is amazing because around this time, Bohr's home country of Denmark was invaded by the Nazi's. Bohr and Ernest Rutherford are given credit, but it is believed that Rutherford decided to desert Bohr in the middle of their work. Rutherford once, quite famously said that you should never bet against the wonders of science. Niels Bohr's famous career never really kicked off until he was forty years old. Most other major scientists were going all over the world with their ideas by their early twenties. However, in order to preserve the legacy of Niels Bohr, he has his own institution, whose goal is to make many more great strides in the field of physics for years. How did Bohr affect you and me? Without Niels Bohrs' more advanced atomic theory, we might as well cry over how little we know of the atoms and their compounds. Physics would have never been such a force in the todays society. However, to this day, research is still going on to improve and update the atomic theory. Although scientists clearly want to improve on Bohr's theory, many famous physicists come out publicly and openly say that Bohr's ideas will never be improved upon, todays society cannot say goodbye to an opportunity to improve our understanding of the sciences. If Bohr never had silenced his critics, we would still be following Planck's theories, and going on incomplete information. Bohr's later life was all occupied when he decided to go back to Denmark and head the Royal Danish Academy. His main goal was to the world of the of the greatness of the Danish Sciences and most likely educate a new crop of scientists for years to come. There is controversy surrounding Bohr's lie during his stint in the Manhattan project. Though he claimed to be anti-violence a peace-seeker, Bohr engineered on the Manhattan Project. Though he didn't hurt anyone directly, thousands of people died. Neils Bohr opened many doors for you and I in the physics world, he will go down as one of the greatest physicists I love it when books have secret messages via /r/memes https://ift.tt/2EEXFHo
Albert Einstein, America, and Blackhistory: Albert Einstein teaching a physics class at Lincoln University (HBCU in Pennsylvania) in 1946. The Nobel prize winning scientist said: "The separation of the races is not a disease of colored people. It is a disease of white people. I do not intend to be quiet about it." Repost @theblaquelioness - Six Ways Albert Einstein Fought for Civil Rights. โ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆ 1. Shortly before moving to America, Einstein backed a campaign to defend the Scottsboro Boys, nine Alabama teenagers who were falsely accused of rape in 1931. โ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆ 2. When Princeton's Nassau Inn refused to rent a room to contralto opera star Marian Anderson because of her skin color, Einstein invited the singer home as his guest. Their friendship lasted from 1937 until his death in 1955, and Anderson stayed with the Einsteins whenever she visited Princeton. โ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆ 3. In 1946, Einstein gave a rare speech at Lincoln University in Pennsylvania, a historically black university, where he also accepted an honorary degree. The appearance was significant because Einstein made a habit of turning down all requests to speak at universities. During his speech, he called racism "a disease of white people." โ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆ 4. Einstein was a friend and supporter of African-American actor and singer Paul Robeson, who was blacklisted because of his civil rights work. The pair worked together in 1946 on an anti-lynching petition campaign. In 1952, when Robeson's career had bottomed out because of the blacklisting, Einstein invited Robeson to Princeton as a rebuke to the performer's public castigation. โ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆ 5. For decades, Einstein offered public encouragement to the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and its founder, W. E. B. Du Bois. And in 1951, when the federal government indicted the 83-year-old Du Bois as a "foreign agent," Einstein offered to appear as a character witness during the trial. The potential publicity convinced the judge to drop the case. โ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆ 6. In January 1946, Einstein published an essay, "The Negro Question," in Pageant magazine in which he called racism America's "worst disease." . AlbertEinstein BlackHistory BlackHistoryMonth BlackBoyJoy BlackGirlMagic physics einstein science history pennsylvania

Repost @theblaquelioness - Six Ways Albert Einstein Fought for Civil Rights. โ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆโ”ˆ 1. Shortly before moving to America, Eins...

Ass, Bitch, and Children: Wife With A Purpose @apurposefulwife Follow Smart women, you could be a smart scientist or you could make six smart scientists. Which serves society better? 9:18 AM-13 Jul 2017 247 Retweets 836 Likes ANTHONY OLIVEIRA @meakoopa FolloW it is with great regret that i must inform you the heterosexuals are on their bullshit again Wife With A Purpose@apurposefulwife Smart women, you could be a smart scientist or you could make six smart scientists. Which serves society better? 6:29 PM-13 Jul 2017 1,594 Retweets 4,526 Likes <p><a href="https://thescientistandthesoldier.tumblr.com/post/169357768855/ivanasksyou-lawcollegiette" class="tumblr_blog">thescientistandthesoldier</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a href="https://ivanasksyou.tumblr.com/post/169234338000/lawcollegiette-icanfuckthescalenetriangle-obvs" class="tumblr_blog">ivanasksyou</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://lawcollegiette.tumblr.com/post/168001782434/icanfuckthescalenetriangle-obvs-correct-answer" class="tumblr_blog">lawcollegiette</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://icanfuckthescalenetriangle.tumblr.com/post/167996036485/obvs-correct-answer-is-to-be-great-scientist" class="tumblr_blog">icanfuckthescalenetriangle</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>obvs correct answer is to be great scientist, marry great scientist, raise six great scientists. thats 8 fuckin scientists yo thats like extra sciencey</p></blockquote> <p>^ YEP</p> <p>And friendly reminder that Nobel Prize laureate scientist Marie Curie married Pierre Curie (a physicist) and then gave birth to and raised <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ir%C3%A8ne_Joliot-Curie">Irene Joliot Curie</a>, who would then grew up to be a Nobel Prize laureate just like her mother.</p> <p>@ Wife With A Purpose: stop talking like women cannot be scientists and mothers of scientist(s) at the same time, you fool.</p> </blockquote> <p>because mothers are automatically a role model, being a great scientist actually increases the chance of your children becoming great scientists<br/></p> </blockquote> <p>Or:</p> <p><br/></p> <p>Iโ€™ll be a smart scientist, and let my kids be whatever the hell they wanna be. Iโ€™ll raise them to be good people and let them follow their dreams because maybe they donโ€™t wanna be scientists? Whatever? All that matters is that they are healthy and that they have loving parents who are passionate about their dreams and support them?<br/><br/>Fuck this stupid ass post and fuck this dumb OP bitch.</p> <p>Sincerely,</p> <p>A smart scientist.</p> </blockquote> <p>I agree the original post is bullshit but Iโ€™m not sure what it has to do with heterosexuals being on the bullshit. This is more hyper-traditionalists being on the bullshit.</p>
Albert Einstein, Life, and Memes: That's Baller - Albert Einstein Note About Happiness Sells For $1.56M at Auction @balleralert Thatโ€™s Baller โ€“ Albert Einstein Note About Happiness Sells For $1.56M at Auction - blogged by @MsJennyb โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ € โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ € Back in 1922, AlbertEinstein penned two notes during his trip to Japan from Europe, where he received the Nobel Prize for physics. At the time, the then-43-year-old genius was staying at the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo. Overcome with emotion by the Japaneseโ€™s excitement to be in his presence, Einstein quickly scribbled two notes, written in German, about maintaining happiness and success, and gifted them to a messenger, who brought him a delivery. โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ € โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ € โ€œA calm and modest life brings more happiness than the pursuit of success combined with constant restlessness,โ€ one of the notes read. According to reports, the note hit the auction block at $2,000, but after 25 minutes, the note was sold for a whopping $1.56 million. โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ € โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ € The second note, which read, โ€œwhere thereโ€™s a will thereโ€™s a way,โ€ went for $240,000.

Thatโ€™s Baller โ€“ Albert Einstein Note About Happiness Sells For $1.56M at Auction - blogged by @MsJennyb โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ € โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ €โ € Back in 1922, Albert...

Children, Drinking, and Life: Developed the surgery that marked the #theblaquelioness start of modern day cardiac surgery Not allowed to perform the surgery because he was black "There is a reason that many of us have never heard of the incredible VivienThomas, despite the fact that he invented a surgical technique that allowed for the first successful open heart surgeries on children. Even though he is now credited with saving thousands of childrenโ€™s lives, his is not a household name. After the first operations were performed using Thomasโ€™ technique in 1944, the procedure made national news, yet Thomas was never mentioned. The technique itself was named after the two doctors Thomas worked for, both of whom were nominated for the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine because of โ€œtheirโ€ technique. Why? Because Vivien Thomas was black, at a time when blacks and whites used separate drinking fountains, when blacks had trouble finding housing in โ€œniceโ€ neighborhoods, when blacks were barred from entering all-white medical schools, and when blacks could not operate on white babies, even to save their lives. When Thomasโ€™ life-saving technique was first used in 1944, Thomas was not allowed to perform the surgery himself, but the surgeon could not do it without Thomasโ€™ help. Thomas had to stand on a chair behind the surgeon, giving instructions (and at one point stopping the surgeon from making a suture in the wrong direction). Thomasโ€™ contributions were not recognized until 1971, when his portrait was displayed at John Hopkins University. The university awarded him an honorary doctorate degree 5 years later and appointed him to the faculty. Many of the countryโ€™s top surgeons trained under Thomas and credit him with their success." theblaquelioness

"There is a reason that many of us have never heard of the incredible VivienThomas, despite the fact that he invented a surgical technique t...