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111: The Atomic Bomb anad Nuclear Bombs
... used. In the late 1930s physicists in Europe and the United States realized that the fission of uranium could be used to create an extremely powerful explosive weapon. In August 1939, German-American physicist Albert Einstein sent a letter to U.S. president Franklin D. Roosevelt that described this discovery and warned of its potential development by other nations. The U.S. government established the top secret Manhattan Project in 1942 ...
112: Sigumand Freud and Nietzsche: Personalities and The Mind
... are mainly Apollinistic, due to the fact that they are clearly intelligent, which according to Nietzsche is the foundation for Apollonian thought, but they are also Dionysian. This can be said if you take Albert Einstein for an example. He is probably one of the most intelligent (and thus Apollonian) thinkers
113: The Disproof (and proof) of Everything
... intergalactic) distances, they won't be perfect. Also, flaws in them become more apparent as you approach the speed of light, and they're only reasonably correct up to about 80% the speed of light. Einstein was even closer. His theories on relativity are very precise, and they work well, but they are still probably flawed at some point. Chaos theory may be even closer, but since it is generated by ...
114: Human Perception: An Intimate Look Into The Most Intriguing Aspect of Modern Psychology
... into the source of nectar. This brings us to the question- "is what we see real, or is what we see our own reality?". What the human mind sees is only three dimensions. Since Albert Einstein first conjured the scientific possibility of a fourth dimension, human beings have longed to see it. Many people assume that it does not exist simply because they cannot see it. They are not able to ...
115: Intellect
... is a way of life. Intellect is the way of life. Intellect is life." "We should take care not to make the intellect our god; it has, of course, powerful muscles, but no personality" -Albert Einstein in·tel·lect 'int-Άl-,ect\ n [ L intellectus , fr. intellect-, intellegere to understand ] 1 a: common sense 2 a: reason b: logic 3 a: knowing - An intellects definition. Intellect is uncommon, but it is ...
116: The Immigrant Experience
... out of fear of a revolution. This caused a flood of immigrants into the United States. Most of America's famous people are descended from immigrants if they are not immigrants themselves. People, like Albert Einstein, a famous physicist, and Henry Kissinger, who was Secretary of State, and helped to open up negotiations with China, were Jewish immigrants. People like Bob Hope, who was born in England, have contributed richly to ...
117: Extra-Terrestrial Civilizations
... 000. The Next Target With a rough look at the odds, we venture the next possibilty... Space Travel. Lets just say, we are able to travel at the speed of light and venturing past the Einstein explaned Theory of Relativity and take a vessel to Alpha Centauri and also saying that we can stop immediately and reack the speed of light immediately it would still take 4.40 years just to ...
118: Ethics and Engineering
... They must decide whether what is good for science and technology is good for humanity. There must be a certain responsibility to an expert for what they have created. As an example, look at Albert Einstein's research in nuclear physics. After realising that a nuclear weapon was possible, he was going to stop research. However, considering the result of his actions he continued and created an item that killed thousands ...
119: Dreams
... were awake, and followed their vision regardless of what obstacles stood in their path. These dreamers understood that without imagination, without the "movies" that appear in our sleep, we would never achieve 'greatness' (example: Albert Einstein was a famous dreamer). Try this experiment: next time you might get an idea that seems too crazy, by our standards, tell it to somebody, and tell them you're going to carry out whatever ...
120: A Report On The Fundamentals Of Dyslexia
... they will be unsuccessful. Some examples of people who have to live(d) with dyslexia are people like Whoopi Goldberg who is famous for her many roles in the movie industry, another person is Albert Einstein who is famous for the theory of relativity, and Winston Churchill the former Prime Minister of England. As you can see these people were very successful and influential in their life. In conclusion I have ...

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