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Ernest Rutherford

Ernest Rutherford, 1st Baron Rutherford of Nelson OM, FRS (30 August 1871 – 19 October 1937) was a New Zealand-British chemist and physicist who became known as the father of nuclear physics.

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1/3/19: Ernest Rutherford becomes the 1st person to transmute one element into another by bombarding N atoms w/alpha pa…
Did you know that in 1911 Dr.Ernest Rutherford discovered the positive nucleus and electrons orbiting around the nucleus.
If your experiment needs statistics, you ought to have done a better experiment. Ernest Rutherford.
Fact line with the previous fact: Ernest Rutherford from the Manchester University was the first to split an atom in 1919
Read this in response to a post from Robb Schreiber about not wanting to get out of bed and just letting the kids sleep in too. Turns out it was just as I suspected. New Zealand is radical. As if kiwi birds, tuatara, the haka dance and the Shire weren't enough. the response from a New Zealander: In New Zealand, Its pretty standard practice: "if the kids were up late, take them to school one hour late." As long as you call in and say so. I have called in the night before at least twice. They actually prefer you keep tired or sick kids home. The Principal of our school will often say at any late night school event, "Remember one hour late is ok for those of you with schedules that allow it." Such a different world. more facts on New Zealand: Sir Edmund Hillary, a New Zealander, was the first to climb Mt. Everest. Ernest Rutherford was the first person to split the atom. First place to grant women's rights to vote. Also in New Zealand, it is a common phrase within the country to say, "world famous in New Zea ...
"All is either physics or stamp collecting" Ernest Rutherford. True or not?
Ernest Rutherford~ The only possible conclusion that social science
Ernest Rutherford~ All science is either physics or stamp collectin
NZ Facts Baron Ernest Rutherford, the first person in the world to split the atom in 1919, was also a New Zealander
quotes Ernest Rutherford, a physicist who said "Gentlemen, we have run out of money; now we have to think."
quotes Ernest Rutherford "... We are out of money. It is time to think."
Radon is a cancer-causing radioactive gas from the breakdown of radium in soil; discovered by English physicist Ernest Rutherford in 1899.
All science is either Physics or stamp collecting said Ernest Rutherford once upon a time , stands true to this day
On this day in 1887 Ernest Rutherford was presented with a set of books "The Peoples of the World'' to mark his success at Havelock School.
All of is either impossible or trivial. It is impossible until you understand it and then it becomes trivial. Ernest
Ernest Rutherford and Muhammad Ali Jinnah... Look like carbon copies of eachother in their 30s
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"Come take a job in New Zealand...home of Ernest Rutherford, the father of nuclear physics! Did you know Rutherford split the atom in 1917?"
Of all created comforts, God is the lender; you are the borrower, not the owner... Ernest Rutherford
is that Casey smith or Ernest Rutherford conducting the gold foil experiment
Audio Roundup: by Joel Rich One of the great put downs of all time by Ernest Rutherford describing an official...
Ernest Rutherford~ You should never bet against anything in science at odds of m
O Einstein era dado a boicotes: " From Aosta I went to Como, where an International Physics Conference was held that September to commemorate the hundredth anniversary of the death of Alessandro Volta in 1827. [...] Many great physicists were present; among them Max Planck, Ernest Rutherford, Niels Bohr, Robert Millikan, Wolfgang Pauli, and Werner Heisenberg. Einstein was not there because he did not want to enter Fascist Italy." A Mind Always in Motion: The Autobiography of Emilio Segre. Berkeley: University of California Press, pp 45-46
CIRCUMSTANCES AROUND THE THEATRE OF THE ABSURD 1900: Max Planck formulates Quantum Theory 1905:Einstein proposes his theory of relativity 1906:Samuel Beckett is born in Dublin 1908:Arthur Adamov is born in the Caucasus A meteor, believed to be the largest to strike the Earth in over 2000 years falls in the Tunguska region of Siberia 1909: Eugène Ionesco is born in Romania to a French mother and Romanian father 1910: Jean Genet is born in Paris 1911: Ernest Rutherford discovers the structure of the atom 1912: August Strindberg dies in Stockholm of stomach cancer. He is sixty-three. 1914: At the start of the war Ionesco’s family lives in Paris. The young Ionesco is fascinated by the Guignol puppet shows. Archduke Ferdinand assassinated World War I begins 1915: The German Army first use poison gas as a weapon 1917: USA enters World War I 1919: The Treaty of Versailles ends World War One. Approximately 8.5 million are dead 1920: Ionesco’s Father is believed to have died in Romania during the War, his fam ...
« Atomic theory is an ancient science. The earliest record of it can be found in Vedic texts from india which are many thousands of years old. Legend has it that the Vedic civilisation was highly advanced. The sages that oversaw its development, through their mystic insight and deep meditation, discovered the ancient symbols of spirituality: Aumkara and Swastika. They also discovered many scientific principles that they applied to develop a highly advanced technology. They gave the atom its sanskrit name “Anu”. While the technical achievements of this ancient civilisation have been forgotten the archetypal symbols of spirituality have maintained their eminence in our consciousness. Now, thanks to advances in modern atomic theory, the atomic basis of these divine symbols can be appreciated. Western theories of the atom took shape in the 18th and 19th century. At the beginning of the 19th century, John Dalton theorised that an atom was an indivisible particle of an element. However, after the electron ...
'The only real science is physics, everything else is stamp collecting' - Ernest Rutherford ;-)
Prof asks "Who is she? Began study of radioactivity in 1890s worked with Ernest Rutherford?" Girl behind me says "Hellen Keller"
Copernicus, Einstein, Pierre and Marie Curie, Ernest Rutherford and Alfred Nobel all have chemical elements named after them.
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Proton Proton is a subatomic particle with a positive charge and a mass of 1.67262 × 10−27 kg which is 1,836 times the mass of an electron. When the number of protons in the nucleus is equal to the number of electrons orbiting the nucleus the atom is electrically neutral. Wilhelm Wien (1898) and J.J. Thomson (1910) identified a positively charged particle equal in mass to the hydrogen atom. Ernest Rutherford (1919) observed that nitrogen under alpha-particle bombardment ejects what appeared to be hydrogen nuclei. By 1920 he had accepted that the hydrogen nucleus is a distinct particle within the atom and named it proton.
Blaise Pascal carries a barometer up a church tower and a mountain to determine that atmospheric pressure is due to a column of air (1648). Robert Boyle uses an air pump to determine the inverse relationship between the pressure and volume of a gas. This relationship came to be known as Boyle's law (1660â1662). Joseph Priestley suspends a bowl of water above a beer vat at a brewery and synthesizes carbonated water (1767). Antoine Lavoisier determines that oxygen combines with materials upon combustion, thus disproving phlogiston theory (1783). Antoine Lavoisier determines that chemical reactions in a closed container do not alter total mass. From these observations he establishes the law of conservation of mass (1789). Benjamin Thompson, Count Rumford demonstrates that the heat developed by the friction of boring cannon is nearly inexhaustible. This result was presented in opposition to caloric theory (1798). Humphry Davy uses electrolysis to isolate elemental potassium, sodium, calcium, strontium, bariu ...
All set to dive back into schoolwork in the morning. Abby is learning about Mary Tudor, Elizabeth 1, and the Scottish Reformation. Genetics and mitosis. Diving into the book of Joshua for Bible. Jacob is reading Pilgrims Progress, learning about local government and eminent domain. Writing about Ernest Rutherford and learning about the periodic table of elements. He will be diving into the book of Daniel(one of my favorites!) for Bible.
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Q--Which scientist is often referred to as the 'Father of the Atom Bomb' ? (A) Enrico Fermi (B) J. Robert Oppenheimer (C) Albert Einstein (D) Ernest Rutherford
Ernest Rutherford, known as father of nuclear physics for his orbital theory of the atom, is a New Zealand and Nobel Prize Winner.
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The nucleus was discovered by Ernest Rutherford in the early 1900s.
. 'All science is either physics or stamp collecting.' . Ernest Rutherford
Quality is poor in quantity. Ernest Rutherford
Ernest Rutherford was born on August 30, 1871, in Nelson, New Zealand, the fourth child and second son in a family of seven sons and five daughters. His father James Rutherford, a Scottish wheelwright, emigrated to New Zealand with Ernest's grandfather and the whole family in 1842. His mother, née M...
let me continue... Ernest Rutherford, Michael Faraday, Francis Crick and Peter Higgs. Need I say more
Radon was discovered at the turn of the century (1900 not 2000) by English physicist Ernest Rutherford and German ph…
New Zealand-born scientist, Ernest Rutherford,1st Baron Rutherford of Nelson, announced that he had split the atom, today in 1918.
Get your facts first, and then you can distort them as much as you please. (Rutherford, Ernest)
95 years ago today, Ernest Rutherford became the first person who succeeds in splitting the atom.
Ernest Rutherford was a New Zealand-born physicist who became known as the father of nuclear physics
New Zealand physicist and chemist Ernest Rutherford succeeded in splitting the atom on this day in 1919.
4 more chapters on boring ernest rutherford and Max Planck and Albert Einstein before I can move on to something more useful. Oh come on.
January 3rd is the anniversary of the first artificial nuclear transmutation of elements. In 1919, Ernest...
"Now I know what an atom looks like,"Ernest Rutherford (from a New Zealand village figured that out). It's your turn:
In 1911, my good friend Ernest Rutherford decided he wanted to test my . Plum Pudding theory.
Harriet Brooks, born Jan 1, 1876, was Ernest Rutherford's first graduate student, and the first woman to earn a...
100 years ago today: Ernest Rutherford receives a knighthood, and the Tango is banned in Ontario
There's an element called "Rutherfordium", which is named after Ernest Rutherford. Do you know how cool is that?
“In science there is only physics; everything else is stamp collecting.” Ernest Rutherford, 1908
"Ernest Rutherford (1871-1937) is known as the father of nuclear physics not just because he won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry. He was also a superb teacher. Eleven of his students won Nobel Prizes. That's the kind of teacher or mentor or guide I urge you to connect with in 2014, Taurus. The coming months will potentially be an optimum time for you to learn deeply, and at a rapid rate. One of the best ways to fulfill that promise will be to apprentice yourself to adepts who have mastered the skills and savvy you want to acquire."
“It was almost as incredible as if you fired a 15-inch shell at a piece of tissue paper and it came back to hit you.” ~ Ernest Rutherford
Noble Prize: The Nobel Prize is a set of annual international awards bestowed in a number of categories by Scandinavian committees in recognition of cultural and/or scientific advances. The will of the Swedish philanthropist inventor Alfred Nobel established the prizes in 1895. The prizes in Physics, Chemistry, Physiology or Medicine, Literature, and Peace were first awarded in 1901. The related Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences was created in 1968. There are six categories in total peace, literature, physics, economics, Chemistry and physiology/medicine The Peace Prize is awarded in Oslo, Norway, while the other prizes are awarded in Stockholm, Sweden. The Nobel Prize is widely regarded as the most prestigious award available in the fields of literature, medicine, physics, chemistry, peace, and economics. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences awards the Nobel Prize in Physics, the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, and the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences; the Nobel Assembly at Karolinska Institu ...
the foundation of Chemistry John Dalton, Ernest Rutherford, Joseph John Thompson, Marie Curie, Neils Bohr and Erwin Schrodinger in that order :p
Physics is the only real science. The rest are just stamp collecting. - Ernest Rutherford (Nobel Laureate in chemistry)
History of atoms: All matterare made up of five elements; fire,water earth, air and eather.leucippus and democritus said that all matter is made up of tiny undividable or invisible particle.Democritus then usedthe term atomos to describe undividable particles.Hero of Alexandria cited that fire could enterto a material showing that atoms have spaces betweenthem.J OHN DALTON proposed the ‘”solid sphere “ atomic model showing that atoms are indivisible. J.j. thompson discovered the electrons then proposed the “plum pudding” atomi model that shows the embedded electrons on the atoms showing that atoms are further made up of sub-atomic particles.Ernest Rutherford discovered the nucleus that are sorrounded by electrons through his “gold foil expirement “ .Neils Bohr developed “the planetary model” which suggesting that elecrons circle the nucleus at high speed. James Chadwick discovered the neutonafter the Neils Bohr developed their orbital model.MODRN QUANTUM CLOUD modelis then proposed by .. ...
The thought of Alkesyye and quantum theory have several things in common. Quantum In 1912, Neils Bohr began research under Ernest Rutherford. Rutherford, by this time, had not only discovered the phenomenon of radioactive half-life but had also revolutionized man’s understanding of the atom. Rutherford postulated that the atom was like a miniature universe with electrons rotating around a positively charged nucleus. Rutherford, however, discovered a problem in his model. If his model was true, the electron should rapidly orbit into the nucleus – i.e. if Rutherford was correct, atoms could not exist and, therefore, nothing could exist. Bohr resolved the dilemma by demonstrating that electrons only occupy various defined orbits. Werner Heisenberg would later corroborate Bohr’s atomic model but would find himself struggling with a new problem of his own. The Bohr-Heisenberg atomic model implied that there was a level of uncertainty regarding an electron’s location. One night Heisenberg went out for a ...
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"If you cant explain your physics to a barmaid it is probably not very good physics" - Ernest Rutherford, "father of nuclear physics"
"All science is either stamp-collecting or Physics." I was quoting Ernest Rutherford at the Institite of Physics today.
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1908 was awarded to Ernest Rutherford "for his investigations into the disintegration of the elements, and the chemistry of radioactive substances".
Quantum Numbers (Erwin Schr�dinger) A powerful model of the atom was developed by Erwin Schr�dinger in 1926. Schr�dinger combined the equations for the behavior of waves with the de Broglie equation to generate a mathematical model for the distribution of electrons in an atom. The advantage of this model is that it consists of mathematical equations known as wave functions that satisfy the requirements placed on the behavior of electrons. The disadvantage is that it is difficult to imagine a physical model of electrons as waves. The Schr�dinger model assumes that the electron is a wave and tries to describe the regions in space, or orbitals, where electrons are most likely to be found. Instead of trying to tell us where the electron is at any time, the Schr�dinger model describes the probability that an electron can be found in a given region of space at a given time. This model no longer tells us where the electron is; it only tells us where it might be. The Bohr model was a one-dimensional mod ...
Tomorrow (Wednesday) we have the Birchwood School ukulele band coming to perform for us, then at 1015 then some children are walking down to Ernest Rutherford Retirement Village to perform some songs from our Christmas concert, if you are keen to come with us please let us know in the morning :)
Who is generally considered as the inventor of the 'Periodic Table', a tabular method of displaying the chemical elements ? (A) Gregor Mendel (B) James Chadwick (C) Dmitri Mendeleev (D) Ernest Rutherford previous Answer - B Administrator Aims Academy Palampur
If I pass this Chem exam I will name my first born child Ernest Rutherford
Jacob's getting all flustered under the collar by a photograph of Ernest Rutherford.
Ernest Rutherford won the Nobel Prize in chemistry on this day in 1908, find out all about him in this 1972 NFU film
In 1897 the British physicist Joseph John (J. J.) Thomson (1856–1940) discovered the electron in a series of experiments designed to study the nature of electric discharge in a high-vacuum cathode-ray tube, an area being investigated by numerous scientists at the time. Thomson interpreted the deflection of the rays by electrically charged plates and magnets as evidence of "bodies much smaller than atoms" that he calculated as having a very large value for the charge-to-mass ratio. Later he estimated the value of the charge itself. In 1904 Thomson suggested a model of the atom as a sphere of positive matter in which electrons are positioned by electrostatic forces. His efforts to estimate the number of electrons in an atom from measurements of the scattering of light, X, beta, and gamma rays initiated the research trajectory along which his student Ernest Rutherford moved. Thomson's last important experimental program focused on determining the nature of positively charged particles. Here his techniques ...
Wish Rutherford was still alive so he could help me with this project😞
Ernest Rutherford you're killin' me man !
Found this in response to a generic "Can't work." response to news about the revised possibility of functional Alcubierre Drive. "I'll leave these here: The abolishment of pain in surgery is a chimera. It is absurd to go on seeking it... Knife and pain are two words in surgery that must forever be associated in the consciousness of the patient. - Dr. Alfred Velpeau (1839), French surgeon There is a young madman proposing to light the streets of London—with what do you suppose—with smoke! - Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832) [On a proposal to light cities with gaslight.] They will never try to steal the phonograph because it has no `commercial value.' - Thomas Edison (1847-1931). (He later revised that opinion.) This `telephone' has too many shortcomings to be seriously considered as a practical form of communication. The device is inherently of no value to us. - Western Union internal memo, 1878 Radio has no future. - Lord Kelvin (1824-1907), British mathematician and physicist, ca. 1897. While theoreticall ...
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Ernest Lord Rutherford, who first split the atom in , earning the Nobel Prize for Chemistry
The only possible conclusion that social sciences can draw is some do, some don't. [Ernest Rutherford]
Ernest Rutherford, NZ-born father of nuclear physics, embodies Kiwi ingenuity & resourcefulness. Who do you think shares this mentality?
Biography[edit] Early life and education[edit] Ernest Rutherford was the son of James Rutherford, a farmer, and his wife Martha Thompson, originally from Hornchurch, Essex, England.[10] James had emigrated to New Zealand from Perth, Scotland, "to raise a little flax and a lot of children". Ernest was born at Spring Grove (now Brightwater), near Nelson, New Zealand. His first name was mistakenly spelled 'Earnest' when his birth was registered.[11] He studied at Havelock School and then Nelson College and won a scholarship to study at Canterbury College, University of New Zealand where he participated in the debating society and played rugby.[12] After gaining his BA, MA and BSc, and doing two years of research during which he invented a new form of radio receiver, in 1895 Rutherford was awarded an 1851 Research Fellowship from the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851,[13] to travel to England for postgraduate study at the Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge.[14] He was among the first of t ...
Happi b day to the worlds greatest dad love u unconditionally. Rest in peace til we meet again Gregory Ernest Rutherford.
Ernest Rutherford was always proud of his New Zealand and Nelson roots. When he was elevated to the peerage he proudly took the title Baron Rutherford of Nelson. Now it's time we returned the compliment and honoured one of the world's greatest scientists by proclaiming Auguts 30th as Rutherford Day in Nelson.
I would study for the Chem test tomorrow but me and Scott Bankes are basically Isaac Newton and Ernest Rutherford soo🔬📚👴
Secondry school memories of Chemistry, Answer if you can. 1. What is the first element on the periodic table? 2. Is sodium hydroxide (NaOH) an acid or base? 3. Atoms of the same chemical element that have different atomic mass are known as? 4. True or false? A proton carries a positive charge. 5. What is the fourth most abundant element in the universe in terms of mass? 6. True or false? An electron carries a positive charge. 7. Famous New Zealand scientist Ernest Rutherford was awarded a Nobel Prize in which field? 8. At room temperature, what is the only metal that is in liquid form? 9. True or false? A neutron has no net electric charge. 10. A nuclear reaction where the nucleus of an atom splits into smaller parts is known as nuclear fission or nuclear fusion?
Jane Campion, Kiri Te Kanawa, Peter Jackson, Anna Paquin, Lucy Lawless, Daniel Vettori, Ernest Rutherford, Edmund Hilary? Edmund Hilary? Can you hear me??? Your boys passed it forward! Fly-half to Inside Centre. Way far too forward. And then you had two attempts at converting the try, when most kickers only get one. :-)
Atoms, Nuclei and Particles All matter is made up from molecules, and molecules are bound states of atoms. For example, water consists of water molecules which are bound states of one oxygen atom and two hydrogen atoms. This state of affairs is reflected in the chemical formula H2O There are 92 different atoms seen in nature however, element 43, technetium { is the chemical element with atomic number 43 and the symbol Tc. It is the lowest atomic number element without any stable isotopes; every form of it is radioactive}.It does not occur in nature, but it has been man-made. Atoms have a nucleus, and electrons are orbiting around these nuclei. The size of the atoms and (the size of the outer orbit of the electrons) is 1/100 000,000 cm while the nucleus is 100 000 times smaller. The atom is largely empty for example, suppose the nucleus is something like a tennis ball (about 2.5 inch or 6.35 cm diameter). Then the first electron circles at a distance of about 6.35 km (4 miles). It was Ernest Rutherford (18 ...
“It is not in the nature of things for any one man to make a sudden violent discovery; sciences go step by step and every man depends on the work of his predecessors. Scientists are not dependent on ideas of a single man, but on the combined wisdom of thousands of men, all thinking of the same & each doing his little bit to add to the great structure of knowledge which is being erected.’’ - Ernest Rutherford (1871-1937)
And along came Ernest Rutherford and the rest is history.
don't forget my boy Ernest Rutherford!
McGill's Physics building is named after THE Ernest Rutherford (the scientist who came up with the Plum Pudding model)~
6. Ernest Rutherford. Nobel Prize-winner and founder of modern experimental physics.
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scientific discoveries.of world. 2nd century BC[edit] 150s BC – Seleucus of Seleucia: discovery of tides being caused by the moon. 2nd century[edit] 150s Ptolemy: produced the geocentric model of the solar system. 9th century[edit] Al-Kindi (Alkindus): refutation of the theory of the transmutation of metals 10th century[edit] Muhammad ibn Zakarīya Rāzi (Rhazes): refutation of Aristotelian classical elements and Galenic humorism; and discovery of measles and smallpox, and kerosene and distilled petroleum Ibn Sahl: Snell's law of refraction 11th century[edit] 1021 – Ibn al-Haytham's Book of Optics 1020s – Avicenna's The Canon of Medicine 1054 – Various Early Astronomers: Observe supernova (modern designation SN 1054), later correlated to the Crab Nebula. Abū Rayhān al-Bīrūnī: beginning of Islamic astronomy and mechanics 12th century[edit] 1121 – Al-Khazini: variation of gravitation and gravitational potential energy at a distance; the decrease of air density with altitude Ibn Bajjah (Avempa ...
In 1917 Ernest Rutherford split the atom. Today we hire the French to build UK nuclear power stations with Chinese money. Shame on our MPs.
The only possible interpretation of any research whatever in the `social. sciences' is: some do, some don't. -- Ernest Rutherford
Dimitri Mendeleev created the first version of the Periodic Table by arranging the elements by atomic mass. He noticed patterns in chemical and physical properties, and arranged the elements with the most similar properties next to each other. He left blank spots in the table for the elements that had not been discovered yet. Henry Moseley determined the atomic number of each of the elements, and arranged a new periodic table by atomic number. John Dalton invented a five point atomic theory, with the five points stating that elements were all made of small particles called atoms, that the every atom of an element was the same size, mass, among other things, that the atoms could not be divided, created or destroyed, that the atoms of different elements could only combine with other atoms in whole-number ratios to form chemical compounds, and that in a chemical reaction atoms were combined, seperated, or rearranged. J.J. Thomson was a British chemist who was credited with discovering the electron, as well a ...
Does it say something about the state of humanity that arguably more people could identify Ted Bundy than Ernest Rutherford?
excuse me is Jesse Rutherford related to Ernest Rutherford the man who conducted the gold foil experiment to discover an atom
“An alleged scientific discovery has no merit unless it can be explained to a barmaid.” . ― Ernest Rutherford
Speaking of the nucleus, Ernest Rutherford died on this day in 1937.
John Dalton,Ernest rutherford and JJ thompson,I jst love these three guys.
Saturday - October 19, 2013, National Seafood Bisque Day, International Archaeology Day, Bridge Day, Evaluate Your Life Day, Sweetest Day On This Day: 1781 - British General Cornwallis surrendered to General George Washington at Yorktown, Va., bringing an end to the last major battle of the American Revolution. 1812 - French troops under Napoleon Bonaparte began their retreat from Moscow. 1917 - In France, Salvation Army volunteer Helen Purviance made the first doughnuts for homesick U.S. soldiers. The doughnuts became a symbol of the spirit of the Salvation Army's work to ease the hardship of WW I soldiers on the frontline. (Donut Day is the first Friday in June each year. The first Donut Day was in 1938 as a fundraiser for the Salvation Army. It honors the female volunteers who served donuts to soldiers during World War I) 1960 - The United States imposes a partial embargo on goods exported to Cuba. 1983 - The Senate passed a bill (78–22) making Martin Luther King, Jr.'s, birthday a public holiday. .. ...
19 October 1937: Ernest Rutherford died. Let us remember his contribution for the development of sciences on his death anniversary.
The development of the atomic theory owes much to the work of two men: Antoine Lavoisier, who did not himself think of matter in terms of atoms but whose work laid organization groundwork for thinking about elements, and John Dalton, to whom the atomic theory is attributed. Much of Lavoisier’s work as a chemist was devoted to the study of combustion. He became convinced that when a substance is burned in air, it combines with some component of the air. Eventually he realized that this component was the dephlogisticated air which had been discovered by Joseph Priestly (1733 to 1804) a few years earlier. Lavoisier renamed this substance oxygen. In an important series of experiments he showed that when mercury is heated in oxygen at a moderate temperature, a red substance, calx of mercury, is obtained. (A calx is the ash left when a substance burns in air.) At a higher temperature this calx decomposes into mercury and oxygen. Lavoisier’s careful experiments also revealed that the combined masses of mercu ...
On this day: Ernest. Rutherford passed away.
But no Anglo-Saxon can understand relativity. Said at a dinner in 1910, teasing Ernest Rutherford, who replied,— Wilhelm Wien
-source of power from transformation of these atoms is talking moonshine. — Sir Ernest Rutherford
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The energy produced by the breaking down of the atom is a very poor kind of thing. Anyone who expects a — Sir Ernest Rutherford
Gentlemen, now you will see that now you see nothing. And why you see nothing you will see presently. — Sir Ernest Rutherford
Don't let me catch anyone talking about the Universe in my department. — Sir Ernest Rutherford
All science is either physics or stamp collecting. — Sir Ernest Rutherford
The famous Cambridge scientist Sir Ernest Rutherford gave an idea of the smallness of atoms by pointing out t...
"I came into the room, which was half dark, and presently spotted Lord Kelvin in the audience and realized that I was in for trouble at the last part of the speech dealing with the age of the earth, where my views conflicted with his . To my relief, Kelvin fell fast asleep , but as I came to the important point, I saw the old bird sit up , open an eye and *** a baleful glance at me! Then a sudden inspiration came, and I said Lord Kelvin had limited the age of the earth, provided no new source of heat was discovered . That prophetic utterance refers to what we are now considering tonight, radium! Behold ! the old boy beamed up on me." ~ Ernest Rutherford
Zamxy Syrez Company. Company with highly-skilled scientist and bio-tech engineered worker. We are currently introducing the worldwide about our achievement in this field. Along in 2011, our company had managed developed a new massive machine called tocometer. This invention was assumed in seperating deuterium that only appear in sea water. Next, that radioisotop element are use to creat a devastating energy by fussion process which only occur in the sun . This machine was originally found by a physician from New Zealand who is also a close companion of Ernest Rutherford in late 1960's . Unfortunately, he cannot continued his research because of lack of fund. We from this company also facing the same problem. We are now in the effort of looking a huge sponsorship to continue this development . We can say that , if we manage finish this complex project , we should not have problem in finding the sources of energy .
Geiger and Marsden Hans Geiger and Ernest Marsden were two scientists who performed the Geiger–Marsden experiment, or the gold foil experiment, under Ernest Rutherford’s instruction. The experiment proved the structure of the atom. A beam of alpha particles was aimed at a very thin sheet of gold foil and their passage through the foil detected. The scientist expected the alpha particles to go straight through the foil, but some of the particles came out at different angles, and others came straight back. Through this experiment, they discovered the existence of the nucleus of atoms.
ATOMIC THEORIES John Dalton revolutionized science in 1803 when he hypothesized that atoms of different chemical elements, such as hydrogen and oxygen, had different characteristic masses. J.J. Thomson discovered the first subatomic particle -the electron - in 1897. Ernest Rutherford revealed the presence of a dense central nucleus in atoms in 1911. In 1913, Niels Bohr proposed that electrons in atoms are confined to certain allowed (restricted) orbits. In 1924, Prince Louis Victor de Broglie produced a better description of atoms, which included the wavelike property of the quickly orbiting electrons. By 1928, Edwin Schrodinger, Wolfgang Pauli and Max Born had described the atom using quantum mechanical principles.
Anyone who counts money after receiving it from an ATM has trust issues ... Ernest rutherford
But no, JJ Thomson had to prove him wrong, and then Ernest Rutherford had to prove JJ wrong
Manchester Facts: The atom was split for the first time by Ernest Rutherford in an experiment at in 1919.
Posted this earlier but it was hard to read. This is better. Top 30 Failed Technology Predictions- - 1. “There is no reason anyone would want a computer in their home.” — Ken Olson, president, chairman and founder of Digital Equipment Corp. (DEC), maker of big business mainframe computers, arguing against the PC in 1977. - 2. “We will never make a 32 bit operating system.” — Bill Gates - 3. “Lee DeForest has said in many newspapers and over his signature that it would be possible to transmit the human voice across the Atlantic before many years. Based on these absurd and deliberately misleading statements, the misguided public … has been persuaded to purchase stock in his company …” — a U.S. District Attorney, prosecuting American inventor Lee DeForest for selling stock fraudulently through the mail for his Radio Telephone Company in 1913. - 4. “There is practically no chance communications space satellites will be used to provide better telephone, telegraph, television, or radio . ...
Ernest Rutherford or Mr. Fin with a mustache hm
Hello guys.. Lets play a game... You all post 1/1 funny things about physics, physicists or anything related with physics. I will start it at first. Nobel Prize winner Ernest Rutherford once said, "all science is either physics or stamp collecting." (Ironically, Rutherford won his Nobel in chemistry, not physics).
Nuclear & Particle Physics Timeline 1853 - It has long been thought that the Earth is no more than a few tens of thousands of years old. Beginning in the 1820's, however, many geologists and biologists have come to believe that the Earth is much older than previously thought, perhaps in the hundreds of millions of years. (Darwin estimates the age of the Earth at 300 million years in the initial printing of Origin of Species.) These estimates are based on an increased awareness of how very slowly geological and biological processes such as erosion or evolution occur, and therefore how enormously old the Earth must be to accomodate them. Prominent physicist William Thompson (also known as Lord Kelvin - degrees Kelvin are named after him) is firmly opposed to evolution. He begins to marshall theoretical evidence against Darwin. He performs classical thermodynamic calculations which prove that if the Earth were as old as Darwin and others claim, then it would have long since cooled to an inert rock and no geo ...
"The important discovery comes on the anniversary of Ernest Rutherford’s famous gold foil experiment, in which the physicist’s graduate students determined that their love lives were mostly empty."
Ernest Rutherford wrote: “A happy marriage is the union of two good forgivers.”
Manchester has been named the City of Science for 2016. Hardly surprising with alumni as Ernest Rutherford, John Dalton, Alan Turing, et al.
I want to thank a few people for helping me with my new discovery. These people include J.J. Thomson, Ernest Rutherford, and Max Planck. J.J. Thomson and Ernest Rutherford are both gentlemen who allowed me to work with them prior to my new discovery, and I was able to alter Max Planck's theory of quanta to make my discovery!
Would like to give a shout out to JJ Thompson, Ernest Rutherford, Nils Bohr and Schrelinger for making my life *** in Chemistry :) :) :)
Ernest Rutherford is some science legend or something... :p
I pulled this story off the met. Not sure wear..bit the moral of the story is don't ever let anyone tell you how to think! A BIT OF PHYSICS HUMOUR Sir Ernest Rutherford, President of the Royal Academy, and recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physics, related the following story: "Some time ago I received a call from a colleague. He was about to give a student a zero for his answer to a physics question, while the student claimed a perfect score. The instructor and the student agreed to an impartial arbiter, and I was selected. I read the examination question: "Show how it is possible to determine the height of a tall building with the aid of a barometer." The student had answered: "Take the barometer to the top of the building,attach a long rope to it, lower it to the street, and then bring it up, measuring the length of the rope. The length of the rope is the height of the building." The student really had a strong case for full credit since he had really answered the question completely and correctly! On th ...
Hans Geiger Died 24 Sep 1945 at age 62 (born 30 Sep 1882). was a German physicist who introduced the Geiger counter, the first successful detector of individual alpha particles and other ionizing radiations. After earning his Ph.D. at the University of Erlangen in 1906, he collaborated at the University of Manchester with Ernest Rutherford. He used the first version of his particle counter, and other detectors, in experiments that led to the identification of the alpha particle as the nucleus of the helium atom and to Rutherford's statement (1912) that the nucleus occupies a very small volume in the atom. The Geiger-Müller counter (developed with Walther Müller) had improved durability, performance and sensitivity to detect not only alpha particles but also beta particles (electrons) and ionizing electromagnetic photons. Geiger returned to Germany in 1912 and continued to investigate cosmic rays, artificial radioactivity, and nuclear fission.
You have to undergird these youth with responsibility, with good culture. With good art, good music. Like jazz or Keith Green. The ballerina, the dance of good music and culture, not the rock or rap or gothic or heavy metal, of this outer space, superman mentality society you see today. Not the death culture of a *** Hollywood and music industry. Or a *** mixed up confused city hall. Not a mixed up *** white house. OH NO! Or a *** police department. OH NO!  AND YOU CAN ADD CHRISTIAN SO CALLED IN FRONT OF EVERY ONE OF THOSE NAMES. IT IS SLOP AND LOWLIFE TO COME. OF THAT YOU MAY BE ASSURED. IT IS BABIES HAVING BABIES. IT IS THROWING THEM IN THE DUMPSTER, BURRING THEM UNDER THE HAUS, AND DRIVING THEM INTO THE RIVER. OH NO! IT IS CONFUSION IN RELATIONSHIPS AND TRAUMA TO THE HEART UNTOLD. It is suicide and divorce rampant in the land. It is unfaithfulness and calamity in our streets. It is blood running our gutters and byways. That will not change our culture. That will not promote the general wel ...
The other great achievement of Ernest Rutherford is his voice features in EVERY Pixar film.
The first chemist who won first Nobel Prize was-. a.) Ernest Rutherford. b.) Van't Hoff. c.) Wilhelm Ostwald. d.) Svante August Arrhenius
An Open Letter To Afis : The Solution To Nigeria’s Ethnic Nationalities Problem Written by Ozodi Osuji Ph.D Be the first to comment! Afis, my dear friend, how are you? You are probably the person I read most when I visit Nigerian Internet forums. Usually, I give myself no more than an hour a day to fool around with Nigerian news. I would go to Nigerian newspapers and read the headline news of the day. That exercise generally takes about thirty minutes. I would then surf the various Nigerian Internet forums for the next thirty minutes and thereafter call it quits. As I surf the Nigerian Internet forums some writers are a must read, such as you, Bolaji Aluko, Dr. Ojo, and some of the Igbo crazies such as Chukwuma and Assigwara (you learn a whole lot from insane people; trust me, I know what I am talking about for I worked with mad folks for over twenty years trying to heal them). Afis, I find your write ups honest and refreshing; there is no dissembling, no phoniness and shamminess; you say it as you see ...
Maria Skłodowska was born in Warsaw, in the Russian partition of Poland, on 7 November 1867, the fifth and youngest child of well-known teachers Bronisława and Władysław Skłodowski. Maria's older siblings were Zofia (born 1862), Józef (1863), Bronisława (1865) and Helena (1866).On both the paternal and maternal sides, the family had lost their property and fortunes through patriotic involvements in Polish national uprisings aiming at the restoration of Poland's independence (most recent of which was the January Uprising of 1863–1864). This condemned the subsequent generation, including Maria, her elder sisters and her brother, to a difficult struggle to get ahead in life.Maria's paternal grandfather Józef Skłodowski had been a respected teacher in Lublin, where he taught the young Bolesław Prus, who would become one of the leading figures in the history of Polish literature. Her father Władysław Skłodowski taught mathematics and physics, subjects that Maria was to pursue, and was also direc ...
Michael Faraday, FRS (22 September 1791 – 25 August 1867) was an English scientist who contributed to the fields of electromagnetism and electrochemistry. His main discoveries include those of electromagnetic induction , diamagnetism and electrolysis . Although Faraday received little formal education he was one of the most influential scientists in history. [1] It was by his research on the magnetic field around a conductor carrying a direct current that Faraday established the basis for the concept of the electromagnetic field in physics. Faraday also established that magnetism could affect rays of light and that there was an underlying relationship between the two phenomena. [2][3] He similarly discovered the principle of electromagnetic induction , diamagnetism , and the laws of electrolysis . His inventions of electromagnetic rotary devices formed the foundation of electric motor technology, and it was largely due to his efforts that electricity became practical for use in technology. As a chemist, ...
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1921; Working at Manchester under Ernest Rutherford on radioactivity is so much fun! I have a feeling that there is something inside the nucleus besides protons. Rutherford's discovery of a particle with mass but no charge makes me want to perform experiments and prove that there is a NEUTRON!
The history of nuclear physics as a discipline distinct from atomic physics starts with the discovery of radioactivity by Henri Becquerel in 1896,[1] while investigating phosphorescence in uranium salts.[2] The discovery of the electron by J. J. Thomson a year later was an indication that the atom had internal structure. At the turn of the 20th century the accepted model of the atom was J. J. Thomson's plum pudding model in which the atom was a large positively charged ball with small negatively charged electrons embedded inside of it. By the turn of the century physicists had also discovered three types of radiation emanating from atoms, which they named alpha, beta, and gamma radiation. Experiments in 1911 by Otto Hahn, and by James Chadwick in 1914 discovered that the beta decay spectrum was continuous rather than discrete. That is, electrons were ejected from the atom with a range of energies, rather than the discrete amounts of energies that were observed in gamma and alpha decays. This was a problem ...
"We haven't the money so we've got to think" -Sir Ernest Rutherford :)
Today's - Ernest Rutherford on memorizing facts
Augen auf bei der Kurswahl As the great Ernest Rutherford — the man who first split the atom — once declared, ...
Element of the week: rutherfordium video - Why do the new elements have symbols filled with all those "u's"? This week's element is rutherfordium, a synthetic transition metal that has the atomic symbol Rf and atomic number, 104. Its name was inspired by physicist Ernest Rutherford, who was born in New Zealand. Although Lord Rutherford was famously quoted as saying, "All science is either physics or stamp collecting", he was -- perhaps ironically -- awa...
watching Science Britannica, Brian Cox states "and he (Ernest Rutherford) of course went to the greatest university in the world . Manchester" Laughing my *** off at that
From my book, "Manchester Physics 1641-now", Ernest Rutherford shows of his knees on holiday.
I want a turtle. And I wanna name it Ernest Rutherford. 🐢📖
Ernest Rutherford conducted the Gold Foil experiment at McGill. I have to go there.
I think Ernest Rutherford missed a huge opportunity when he named the particle he found a proton, instead of a broton
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Subatomic particle arrivals, at whatever velocity and concentration, are quantified/measured in quantum physics, or just physics, by use of materials that respond to those with electrical impulses that typically transfer electric current through them so that magnitude can be compared. Zinc sulfide, which Ernest Rutherford used to count scintillations, which were small flashes of light every time an alpha particle arrived, was one of the very first uses of materials that respond in such a way. -DL
Great show, but Ernest Rutherford was a New Zealander not British.;)
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"We haven’t got the money, so we've got to think." - (maybe) Ernest Rutherford
Sir Ernest Rutherford said "we haven't got the money so we have to think" billy beane almost did it now grant dalton is about to do it. ETNZ wins have cost $17m compared to $200m for oracle money can t buy wins. Go you good things.
Away from cloud chambers, Ernest Rutherford formed a proto-prod-rock group, with the Archers' Walter Gabriel
"Ernest Rutherford who worked at the greatest university in the history of civilisation - the University of Manchester"
I think Lee and I just fangirled over Ernest Rutherford...
not that one! Yanno how he said to get stuff about Ernest Rutherford?
Science britannica Ernest Rutherford was a New Zealander not british!
The report about Alpha particles identity ..which titled : The Nature of Alpha Particles from Radioactive Substances which was written By Professor Sir. Ernest Rutherford and T. Royds to Manchester university in 13 November 1908 is Finally translated MISSION ACCOMPLISHED
If Ernest Rutherford could declare that science can be divided into physics and stamp collecting, then much of biology doesn't even rise to the level of stamp collecting. Michael Rose and Theodore Garland, "Experimental evolution"
Yes but Ernest Rutherford is a Chemist which in the end became the Father of Nuclear Physics.
We've got no money, so we've got to think- Ernest Rutherford
What’s in the nucleus? Is it one large mass or it made up of no particles? How can properties of tiny object be investigated? on the investigation of Ernest Rutherford = he made an investigation, on how alpha particles can entered into the chamber when radioactive are present. = for instance on the question it is similar on “mouse trap” = He concluded that helium gas detected, he prove that the trap alpha particles were helium nuclei = the experiment showed that radon nucleus had spontaneously split. = throwing off a small fragment “alpha particle” and; leaving the large fragment “different nucleus” / chemical properties ex. Radon - Polonium + Helium ‘Transmutation = it is the process of changing one element into another = it was accompanied by: Alpha Decay Beta Decay Alpha Decay = When it is accompany by transmutation = in alpha decay if two proton are lost, the atomic number of radon are lost = it represented as 42 He ex. 22286Rn - 21884Po + 42 He Beta Decay = neutron breaks up int ...
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Do you know that Ernest Rutherford used me to discover the protons? :))) I feel special :')
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“Theorists play games with their symbols while we discover truths about the universe” --Ernest Rutherford
On this day in 1871, Lord Ernest Rutherford was born. His Nobel Prize-winning work resulted in the theory that an...
Happy Birthday Earnest Rutherford: One of the greatest scientists.
Eat some plum pudding for bday of Ernest Rutherford, who confirmed the atomic model and 1st split the atom.
-- Ernest Rutherford, master of simplicity - Ernest Rutherford, emperor of the atomic domain (Image: Wiki...
Nuclear power was inconceivable before Ernest Rutherford discovered the structure of the atom in 1911.
Ask to visit room 2.62, where Ernest Rutherford stored radioactive materials at Manchester University, sealed off for 40 years
"Did you know Ernest Rutherford went to school here!?" "I was just reading some quotes by him today!"
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"All science is either physics or stamp collection" -Ernest Rutherford
Ernest Rutherford / Cried "Who doth afford / A prize to me that's meant for a chemist? / Flattering, but oddly premised."
At a pub quiz last night we guessed that Ernest Rutherford was the first man to drive a Hovercraft.
was the best. Where can I dress up as Ernest Rutherford and Sam Neill and talk rubbish now?
On Saturday night 91 people gathered in the school's sports hall for a fun-filled Trivia Night "Around the World in 80 Questions", moderated by Jonas Holt. After 6 rounds - each focussing on questions from Ozeania, Asia, Africa, North America, South America and Europe - the winning table and the runner-up were separated by just 1 point! Would you have known...? Which Nobel Prize did Ernest Rutherford (New Zealand) win in 1908? Who was the predecessor of US President John F. Kennedy? Which of Paul Simon's albums was mostly recorded in South Africa? How many of the 19 soccer world cups were won by European countries? If you know some or all of the answers, come to the next trivia night. If you don't know any of the answers, find others who do and book a table for the next next trivia night...
Metaphysic help us to see thing as they are, since it is the science of what is, it seek to explain why thing is as it is, it imagine deep into the core of our being and the reality behind appearance. Metaphysic is the citadel of philosophy.
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When Marie Curie found Radium she did not thinking about the patent. She believed that "humanity will draw more good than evil from new discoveries." She fight against human suffering and terrible disease. And, how crazy the world end up with: more nuclear power plant!
Instagram taught me two important lessons this morning. 1) Girl VJs are consistently hot. 2) crowd interaction with visuals via kinect is the next thing... And it's happening in night clubs. Hmm.
If you don't watch the whole thing PLEASE watch the last five seconds. The warm fuzzies i get from her face are indescribable. Feel free to untag yourself after you see it.
When Albert Einstein died, he met three New Zealanders in the queue outside the Pearly Gates. To pass the time, he asked what were their IQs. The first replied 190. "Wonderful," exclaimed Einstein. "We can discuss the contribution made by Ernest Rutherford to atomic physics and my theory of general relativity". The second answered 150. "Good," said Einstein. "I look forward to discussing the role of New Zealand's nuclear-free legislation in the quest for world peace". The third New Zealander mumbled 50. Einstein paused, and then asked, "So what is your forecast for the budget deficit next year?" (Adapted from Economist June 13th 1992, p. 71).
“We are all connected; To each other, biologically. To the earth, chemically. To the rest of the universe atomically.” (Neil deGrasse Tyson)
“If your experiment needs a statistician, you need a better experiment.” ― Ernest Rutherford
The connection between physics, technology and society can be seen in many examples. The discipline of thermodynamics arose from the need to understand and improve the working of heat engines. The steam engine, as we know, is inseparable from the Industrial Revolution in England in the eighteenth century, which had great impact on the course of human civilisation. Sometimes technology gives rise to new physics; at other times physics generates new technology. An example of the latter is the wireless communication technology that followed the discovery of the basic laws of electricity and magnetism in the nineteenth century. The applications of physics are not always easy to foresee. As late as 1933, the great physicist Ernest Rutherford had dismissed the possibility of tapping energy from atoms. But only a few years later, in 1938, Hahn and Meitner discovered the phenomenon of neutron-induced fission of uranium, which would serve as the basis of nuclear power reactors and nuclear weapons. Yet another impo ...
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Who discovered the Nucleus of an atom & in which year ?
I'm not sure how contingent The Basement Theatre's no-risk initiative is in bringing such random works as Nic Sampson's Ernest Rutherford: Everyone Can Science to the stage. The vibrancy and unapologetic concoction of originality and cliché has a brisk, unusually relaxed air about it such that some…
Good Morning! News today: New Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz will visit Oak Ridge today to get a tour of some of the facilities he’ll be managing; Knox County Schools Superintendent Jim McIntyre has recommended denying the application for a charter school in Northwest Knoxville; and the Tennessee Court of Appeals ruled that officials in Rutherford County did give proper public notice of a meeting at which they approved the construction of a mosque.
Gamma radiation, also known as gamma rays, and denoted by the Greek letter γ, refers to electromagnetic radiation of high frequency and therefore high energy per photon. Gamma rays are ionizing radiation, and are thus biologically hazardous. They are classically produced by the decay from high energy states of atomic nuclei (gamma decay), but are also created by other processes. Paul Villard, a French chemist and physicist, discovered gamma radiation in 1900, while studying radiation emitted from radium. Villard's radiation was named "gamma rays" by Ernest Rutherford in 1903. Natural sources of gamma rays on Earth include gamma decay from naturally occurring radioisotopes, and secondary radiation from atmospheric interactions with cosmic ray particles. Rare terrestrial natural sources produce gamma rays that are not of a nuclear origin, such as lightning strikes and terrestrial gamma-ray flashes. Gamma rays are produced by a number of astronomical processes in which very high-energy electrons are produce ...
Happy Birthday Queenie. Thanks for the holiday. If we were to become a republic, I wouldn't want to lose a day off. Whose birthday or achievement should we celebrate instead? Most 'liked' answer by lunchtime wins coffee and lunch for two.
Want to be a smarty pants and impress your friends this weekend? Did you know Ernest Rutherford first split the atom while at the University of Manchester?
If your result needs a statistician then you should design a better experiment. - Baron Ernest Rutherford
Hey it's one of the final nights of Ernest Rutherford: Everyone Can Science! - make sure you go cause otherwise you'll be that guy/gal who missed out.
If I came back to Calgary August 23-26th, would people be free to chill? Maybe go hiking or camping? But defs partay, in a reasonable fashion? Carla Joubert Alexandria A. McCormick Steven Rutherford David Ernest Wenzel Eruka Ehaidl Brianna Bietz Stephen Holman etc.? (If I didn't put you on the list I still love you, I'm just tired, and please respond).
I worry about the title of Nic Sampson’s new show Ernest Rutherford: Everyone Can Science! mainly because people might get the wrong impression thinking that it is a boring show about splitting the atom. And although Sampson hails from Gen Y, I suspect a majority of his generation may not even equat...
Whether consciously/unconsciously, I have somehow allowed the subject Chemistry to get the better of me; several decades ago, there was a popular postulate/theory that the Atom was a smallest & indivisible part of an Element. However, a major breakthrough in the field of science, following discoveries by Ernest Rutherford, Henri Becquerel, Marie Curie, Eugene Goldstein among others, proved that an Atom was actually divisible and hence the theory of the indivisibility of an atom was discarded as sub-atomic particles; protons, neutrons, neutrinoes, positrons etc were discovered. . . . . Our Country Nigeria has been indivisible for a century of years, however with the currently increasing Tension, Insecurity and Political Instability etc, i am begining to envisage some subparticulate entities into which our dear country could fragment. I just hope her elastic limit is not exceeded. MAY GOD BLESS NIGERIA!
Hey all my non-actor friends! If you're at a loss for something to do tonight, May I suggest my good friend Nic Sampson's one man show Ernest Rutherford: Everyone Can Science. You can meet all my actor friends because they will all be there! It will be fun! 7 pm at The The Basement Theatre, Lower Greys Ave.
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Do you know the First Computer of the World was developed in the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at the University of Manchester (UK) in 1948. The University of Manchester also attracts world-renowned researchers and teachers and boasts no fewer than 25 Nobel Prize winners amongst its current and former staff and students, including Ernest Rutherford, who split the atom and was awarded the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1908.
UR forgiven ignorance. There's only 4m of us. Have few claims to fame except 1st votes 4 women, Ernest Rutherford, Edmund Hillary and
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TRIVIA: Q: Who is known as the father of nuclear physics? A: Ernest Rutherford
Daily By Zeus,Soddy, they'd have us out as alchemists. -Ernest Rutherford
For the first time in over 70 years I will be appearing live! A lecture on science and atoms and love. Please come!
In May 1911, Ernest Rutherford published a paper on the discovery of the atomic nucleus
AlterNet - by Steven Hsieh A Florida teen with an exemplary record is facing federal charges after conducting what a classmate calls “a science project gone bad.” 16-year-old Kiera Wilmot is accuse...
FWIW, that quote should be attributed to the physicist Ernest Rutherford:
my profesor is Sir Ernest Rutherford! How cool!
I always thought eden was a girls name, but then again I thought Ernest Rutherford was a girl...
"In science, there is only physics. All the rest is simply stamp collecting" -Dr. Rains via Ernest Rutherford
I revived on the day Ernest Rutherford died.
Ernest Rutherford used to lock his researchers out of the lab a few weeks a year. They were more use to him holidayed.
Doing my chem homework and we're learning about Ernest Rutherford's experiment at University of Manchester! I THOUGHT OF YOU
Of Ernest Rutherford became a zombie would he eat branes?
How come I didn't know before that Ernest Rutherford is a Kiwi (New Zealander)?
A Force of Nature: The Frontier Genius of Ernest Rutherford: "Starred Review. Reeves deploys his considerable...
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I got far too excited over the Ernest Rutherford/UoM question on Eggheads earlier.
Ernest Rutherford, someone that I actually know in this course, not personally
Just reminded of old quote from Ernest Rutherford.. all science is either physics or stamp-collecting. My physics PhD nephew loves it.
Ernest Rutherford, your name is kinda weird and so hard to remember your model.
Why do people keep wanting attribute meaningful sounding stuff to Einsten? Einstien was theoretical physicist. Know any theoretical physicists? They aren't the sort of people who exhibit normal life and social skills, let alone the sort of people you'd expect to offer mystical insight. And why Einstein in particular? Why not Ernest Rutherford, or Erwin Schrödinger, or Werner Heisenberg? You know what, if you want the man who took the back off the universe and voided the warranty, you want to be asking Niels Bohr; he'll tell you some meaningful sh!t.
The Second Basket of Knowledge, Te Kete Tuauri. This is the knowledge we have of the reality behind the colours, shapes, smells and sounds perceived by our senses. It is the knowledge of the 'real world', which is: ...the seed bed of creation where all things are gestated, evolve, and are refined to be manifested in the natural world. This is the world where the cosmic processes originated and continue to operate as a complex series of rythmical patterns of energy to uphold, sustain and replenish the energies and life of the natural world. Today a whole new world is being opened up to us behind what we see through our senses. This world is both much bigger than we knew twenty years ago, and much smaller. At one end of the scale we speak of a universe with millions and millions of observable galaxies and that has been in existence for ten to fifteen billion years. We humans are on a small planet at the edge of one of those galaxies and have been in existence for a tiny fraction of that time. On the other . ...
Rutherford Ernest, No this time it was Hamish. :D
Shout out to Ernest Rutherford for doing the hardest experiment ever
if Hamish keeps this up, he will rival Ernest, Margaret and B Hayes for the role of world's best Rutherford
can you get to see if Hamish Rutherford is a descendant the famous NZ born chemist Ernest Rutherford
Albert Einstein kept a picture of Michael Faraday on his study wall, alongside pictures of Isaac Newton and James Clerk Maxwell. Physicist Ernest Rutherford stated; "When we consider the magnitude and extent of his discoveries and their influence on the progress of science and of industry, there is no honor too great to pay to the memory of Faraday, one of the greatest scientific discoverers of all time".
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" All science is either Physics or Stamp Collecting" Ernest Rutherford
The nuclear age was announced, on Tuesday, 7 March 1911, by Professor Ernest Rutherford
1913 Niels Bohr sends his first paper w/ ideas on atomic structure, and mailed to his mentor, Ernest Rutherford.
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After two years of work, if a man does not know what to do next, he will never make a real scientist - Ernest Rutherford
- Ernest Rutherford. It was one of three historic papers he wrote on this subject.
Thanks Sheldon and Christopher! I love that the cells which make "us" have only been around for a few years, that they are replaced every seven years or so.
Market-leading religion Roman Catholicism Inc. could be facing its biggest test yet; a hostile take-over bid from a group of private equity druids.
Subhan'Allah, found a few short scientific articles written by my paternal grandfathers elder brother Muhammed Zakiuddin who passed away at the ripe age of 33. He was a physicist, an academic scholar of sound intellect and was fortunate enough to study under Lord Ernest Rutherford at the University of Cambridge. My Allah SWT have Mercy on this man who has been my inspiration for many years and will continue to be so for the rest of my life.
John Dalton, JJ Thomson, Ernest Rutherford, Niels Bohr and James Chadwick all contributed in the history of atoms exploration!
T1.For which agricultural produce,Sudan is famous and which comes under Tropical Grassland (Savannas) Region ? (a).Coffee (b).Cotton (c).Millets (d).Barley T2.IADP(Intensive Agriculture District Programme was launched in 1960 -61 in 7 districts of India. Which among the following was NOT an objective of this programme? (a).Prepare an Infrastructure for Intensive farming (b).Promote Soil Health Programs (c).Provide loans, seeds, fertilizers and equipment to farmers (d).None of these T3.Which of the following is not a variety of seeds? (a).Hybrid seed (b).Composite seed (c).Breeder seed (d).Mutant seed T4.Who discovered the Neutron ? (a).Charles Darwin (b).James Chadwick (c).Baron Napier (d). Ernest Rutherford T5.Hazel eyes are light ___ (a).black (b).brown (c).blue (d).None T6.Which country leads in production of barley amount the following ? (a).Canada (b).China (c).India (d).USA T7.Institute of planning Research which was inspected by International mission before offering India the membership of ITER is ...
...that handsome, hearty British lord We knew as Ernest Rutherford. New Zealand's farmer's son by birth, He never lost the touch of earth; His booming voice and jolly roar Could penetrate the thickest door, But if to anger he inclined You should have heard him speak his mind In living language of the land That anyone could understand! One day George Gamow, as his guest By Rutherford was so addressed At tea in honour of Niels Bohr (Of whom you may have heard before). The men talked golf, and cricket too; The ladies gushed, as ladies do, About a blouse, a sash, a shawl -- And Bohr grew weary of it all. "Gamow," he said, "I see below Your motorcycle. You will show Me how it works? Come on, let's run! This party isn't any fun." So to the motorcycle Bohr, With Gamow running after, tore. Gamow explained the this and that And Bohr, who on the saddle sat, Took off to skim along the Backs, A threat to humans, beasts and hacks, But though he started full and strong He didn't sit it out for long. No less than fifty ...
Ed Regis Science writer; Author, Regenesis Predicting the Future I used to think you could predict the future. In "Profiles of the Future," Arthur C. Clarke made it seem so easy. And so did all those other experts who confidently predicted the paperless office, the artificial intelligentsia who for decades predicted "human equivalence in ten years," the nanotechnology prophets who kept foreseeing major advances toward molecular manufacturing within fifteen years, and so on. Mostly, the predictions of science and technology types were wonderful: space colonies, flying cars in everyone's garage, the conquest (or even reversal) of aging. (There were of course the doomsayers, too, such as the population-bomb theorists who said the world would run out of food by the turn of the century.) But at last, after watching all those forecasts not come true, and in fact become falsified in a crashing, breathtaking manner, I began to question the entire business of making predictions. I mean, if even Nobel Prizewinn ...
“A lucid account of quantum theory (and why you should care) combined with a gripping narrative.”—San Francisco ChronicleQuantum theory is weird. As Niels Bohr said, if you weren’t shocked by quantum theory, you didn’t really understand it. For most people, quan...
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