In his lifetime Nobel was known as The Merchant of Death for selling explosives to any and all as long as the price was right. The idea of the Nobel Prizes was to whitewash that reputation by giving away a portion of his prophits as a philanthropic prize of excellence, much as the yellow...
George Washington Carver (c. 1860 - 5 January 1943), was an American botanist and inventor. The exact day and year of his birth are unknown; he was born into slavery in Missouri, either in 1861, or January 1864. Carver's reputation is based on his research into and promotion of...
The winner of the first Noble Prize was Frederic Passy
See the recordings of temperature over the last 10 or 20 years. This could show an increasing temperature. Also, you could see how much of the ice has melted or the rise of sea level (not to be confused with tides). If the Earth is getting warmer, then more icecaps would melt, resulting in...
The basic circumstances of his death are clearly stated on Wikipedia. If you require more details, I suggest Googling for websites dedicated to Mr. Carver. Here's a snippet: Upon returning home one day, Carver took a bad fall down a flight of stairs; he was found unconscious by a...
she had two kids George, and James
First, it is unscientific to accept any theory as fact. A fundamental rule of the scientific method is fallibilism, which recognizes that all knowledge we have is only the closest approximation to the truth that we've found up to now. A great example of the need for this is...
For the most part, a successful underdog, in the sense that he beat the odds when they were against him.. George Washington Carver was born into an economically struggling family, and through botany and growth observations, was able to bring a new food to the tables of billions. Now Carver...
Sir Isaac Newton did not speak directly to the laws of thermal dynamics but he did say "Energy is not lost or destroyed, it is merely transferred from on party to the next.'' Which is similar to, the first law of thermodynamics. "The total energy of an isolated system is constant; energy can...
George Washington Carver is important because he discovered many uses for peanuts.
Cogito ergo sum = I think, therefore I am .
He had to consistently come up with new inventions all the time.
The school's name was the Periapetic school. Periapetic means walk in Greek. He named it this, because he had long talks with his smarter students while walking through the gardens of Lesbos.
he showed us about gravity
that acoustic signals could be transmitted in the form of electricity through wires.
He pioneered sterilizes milk for safe drinking. (Pasteurizing)
each newton of force equals 9.8 pounds .
I am afraid you have mixed both units and systems there. Theyhave equivalents but are not equal. .
The Newton is a unit of Force or "weight", not Mass. .
The Kilogramme and the Pound are units of Mass, not Force, andby totally different systems of...
She became interested in gorillas during a trip to Africa in 1963 according to Biography.com.
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Geologists study the Earths surface
I guess George washington since he was with him when napaleon and washington had war
Germany, Japan, Poland and everyone else that got taken over by Germany and Japan like Poland
Contrary to popular belief, George Washington did NOT chop down a cherry tree. It was actually a lie that was published by a children's author after our first president's death.
The incredible 2 of the Mississippi
His model of the atom was the poistive charges in the center and the negative chages orbiting.
Aristotle had two wives his first was Pythias, who died. Then he married Herpyllis who together they had a child named Nichomachus.
Unbalanced force=mass of object x acceleration of object
Benjamin Franklin invented electricity. If you look in 'google images' for Benjamin Franklin you will find pictures
E=mcÂ², Einstein's Theory of Relativity and then in 1905 Einsteincame up with the concept that light is made up of particles calledphotons.
Black Hawk was a war leader and warrior originated from Sauk American Indian Tribe which is the mid west of united states at present.
Social scientists most often use a random sample
While he was a student at the Munich medical school, Max Talmeyserved as Einstein's mentor and strongly influenced the educationof Einstein. Their association occurred during five years ofEinstein's second decade. They lost contact for many years aftereach left Munich. Talmey emigrated to the United...
He played the violin. His second wife was originally attracted to him by seeing him play Mozart on the violin as children.
Of course he did! Just like every great inventor and regular human being, there were many failures before success came.
Louis Pasteur, a French chemist and bacteriologist.
guglielmo marconi recieved transatlantic signals from his radio
It prevented his strept throat when he had a cold
during the 17th century, Galileo galilei , using a telescope , made several important observations that clearly supported the sun center of the solar system....
Nicola Tesla is best known for his dispute with Thomas Edisonconsidering alternate and direct current, respectively. Edison forexample tried to prove danger of alternate current by killing theelephant with the help of it but Nicola Tesla was the winner of thedispute.
Imagination and creativity is more important than knowledge.
I would ask him why he rejects certain experiments on light that go in circles.
They argued because Thomas Edison was supporting the electric flow of direct current, whereas Nikola Tesla wanted Alternating current to catch on. Today, we generally use alternating current.
According to my chemistry professor (who is notorious for knowing EVERYTHING), yes he did, and afterwards blackmailed her, winning the war for the US.
Nikolaus Kopernikus was a Renaissance mathematician and astronomer who formulated a model of the universe that placed the Sun rather than the Earth at the center of the universe.The publication of this model in his book De revolutionibus orbium coelestium (On the Revolutions of the Celestial...
when theycould have chosen to study at the University of Oxford, ... Thebanned propositions ... the theologians desired to condemnAristotle's teachings on the ....
Alfred Nobel, born October 21, 1833; died December 10, 1896, was most famous for inventing dynamite and setting aside his earnings to fund the Nobel Prize. Nobel was indeed a Luthern.
by putting shells in and crush them in a blender and mix them with soap
He was knighted in 1944 by King George VI of the United Kingdom andcould from then on address himself as Sir Alexander Fleming.
When he was young, Edinburgh was really a haven for the arts and science. Both his Grandfather and Father were experts on the mechanics of voice and elocution. His Mother was Deaf and became an accomplished pianist, this inspired him to take on huge challenges. So my answer is that his...
Michael Faraday invented electromagnetic on 29TH of August 1831.
Erm, light was discovered prehistorically, and even animals are aware of it. I think you meant to ask something different?
The record on this event is imperfect as the earliest record of it is from fifteen years later, but it appears to have happened on June 15, 1752. There is a link below.
at the electrified dick shop
Albert Einstein was an only child.
Edward Jenner invented the first vaccine in 1796.
Albert einstain was an inventor who never pass any of his exames and he invented not much just the speed of light
Add forces 1 and 2 = 40N Magnitude of resultant = root[40 2 +30 2 ] = 50N [Also, this is at an angle of 36.9 degrees to the 30N force]
Yes. Here's how: Max Talmud would bring to him interesting books like some nice science encyclopedias, puzzles etc and it is known that he read them voraciously. He even introduced the 13 year old Albert with some of the most inspiring scientific and philosophical texts like Euclid's Elements and...
He published his findings in 1865 but it was not until after his death, more than 30 years later, that his work widely recognized published his findings in 1865 but it was not until after his death, more than 30 years later, that his work widely recognized. =]
he helped by drawing up the declaration of independence and an ambassador to France to help the colonies achieve independence
A net force on a body can stop the motion of a body , can create the motion of a body and can change the direction of motion of a body .
His formal schooling was incomplete.
Interesting question. The only way he could control plant fertilization was to remove the immature stammens of the plant. So your answer is... To make controlled crosses between plants.
Copernicus which was supported by Kepler.
Newton's 1st Law, generally accepted as the definition of 'inertia', states that every object will remain at rest or in uniform motion in a straight line unless it is compelled to change its state by the action of an external force. His 2nd Law, and arguably the most important as it...
Who were Charles's Darwin's parents and what did they do
Einstein did not invent anything because he was not an inventor. he also done nothing special but STEAL the theory of relitiviy...this is why i hate einstien.......if u want more peeps that stole their BIG idea just ask:)
because he did, he was famous obviously you dumbasses.
Nikola Tesla invented the induction motor with rotating magnetic field that made unit drives for machines feasible and made AC power transmission an economic necessity.In 1887 and 1888 Tesla had an experimental shop at 89 Liberty Street, New York, and there he invented the induction motor. He sold...
ETH stands for: die Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich. It is also known as the Swiss Federal Polytechnic School (in) Zürich, Zürich Polytechnic, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich. It was, and is, one of world's finest scientific schools, having graduated a great...
It is the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zürich, Switzerlands leading university.
It wasn't a farm but a plantation called Mt. Vernon. He had large acres of crops, a distillery, and herds.