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#1 Kinik

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Posted 08 March 2018 - 11:58

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Posto je, jel'te, 8. mart, da okacim jedan stari tekst o zenama naucnicama koje su muske kolege (vise nego bezobrazni, no alavi kurajberi) lisili priznanja za izuzetan naucni doprinos i pokusali da sutnu iz nauke.

Zalosno je videti kako raznorazni 'nobelovci' mogu biti samo nemoralne lazljive, bolesno egoisticne lopine, sasvim kao obicni ulicni pljackasi.
Steta su nisu zenili one holivudske fufe-radodajke 'metoo'.
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http://listverse.com...off-by-history/

Vera Rubin, b. 1928
>> ... Her observations had confirmed a hypothesis made earlier by a man named Fritz Zwicky that said some sort of invisible dark matter must be scattered throughout the universe keeping their orbitals up to speed. Rubin was able to prove that 10 times more dark matter existed in the universe than previously thought, with up to 90 percent of the universe being filled with it. For years, Rubin’s observation failed to receive support, as many of her male colleagues discredited it. They felt her discoveries were impossible under Newtonian Laws and that she must have made a miscalculation. Both her doctoral and master’s thesis were criticized and basically ignored, though the evidence was irrefutable. Fortunately, the scientific community has since recognized her work, but only because her male colleagues later validated it. Rubin has yet to receive a Nobel Prize for her work. ... <<

Cecilia Payne, 1900–1979
>> ... After publishing six papers and earning her doctorate by 25, her biggest contribution to science was the discovery of what elements made up stars. Now I don’t know about you, but I think the ingredients of the stars are a pretty big deal . . . her male colleagues apparently did not think so. A man named Henry Norris Russell, who was in charge of reviewing Payne’s astonishing work, strongly persuaded her not to publish the article. His reasoning was that it was to contradictory to the standard knowledge of the time, and it wouldn’t be accepted. Interestingly, he did seem to have a change of heart four years later when he miraculously concluded what particles the sun was made up of and had his own papers published. Though his methods weren’t the same as Payne’s, his conclusion was, and he was given full credit for the discovery of the sun’s composition. From then on, Cecilia was basically stamped out of the history books. In another ironic twist, Payne had the “honor” of later being awarded with the Henry Norris Russell Prize for her contributions to astronomy. ... <<

Chien Shiung Wu, 1912–1997
>> ... Wu’s colleagues, Chen Ning Yang and Tsung Dao Lee, proposed a theory that this law could be disproven and approached Wu to help them prove their theory. Wu accepted their offer and carried out several experiments using cobalt-60 that proved the law wrong. Her experiments were incredibly significant in that she was able to show that one particle was more likely to eject an electron than the other and they were therefore not symmetrical. Her observation had overturned a 30-year belief and shattered the conservation of parity law. Yang and Lee of course didn’t record her observation and instead went on to win a Nobel Prize for their “discovery” that the conservation of parity was incorrect. Wu was given no mention, though it was her experiment that truly disproved the law. ... <<

Nettie Stevens, 1862–1912
>> ... Morgan was later credited with the Nobel Prize for Nettie’s hard work. To add insult to injury, he later posted an article in the journal Science saying that Stevens acted as more of a technician than an actual scientist throughout the whole experiment, though this was found to be quite untrue. ... <<

Ida Tacke, 1896–1978
>> ... She worked from Enrico Fermi’s theory that elements above uranium did exist and offered the explanation that the particles could be broken down when bombarded by neutrons to release a mass amount of energy. Yet again, her paper was basically ignored until 1940 during the Manhattan Project, though Fermi was awarded the Nobel Prize for his “discovery” that new radioactive elements were produced during neutron bombardment. Despite her monumental discoveries, Tacke was never recognized (though many blame this on her methods rather than her gender). ... <<

Esther Lederberg, 1922–2006
>> ... Esther was the first to solve the problem of reproducing bacterial colonies en masse with the same original geometry using a technique known as replica plating. Her method was incredibly simple in that it only required using a specific type of velvet. Despite a myriad of significant discoveries in biology and genetics, her scientific career was an uphill battle as she fought for recognition from her colleagues. Much of the credit for the discoveries went to her husband Joshua. Her tenure was even revoked by Stanford after being demoted to Adjunct Professor of Medical Microbiology. Joshua, on the other hand, was appointed to be the founder and chairman of the Department of Genetics. Esther was a pivotal partner to Joshua and, despite her diligent work, she remains unrecognized for many of her amazing discoveries. ...<<

Lise Meitner, 1878–1968
>> ... She had also made the observation that no element larger than uranium existed naturally and that nuclear fission had the potential of creating enormous amounts of energy. Meitner was unable to be mentioned in the article published by Strassman and Hahn, though her role in the discovery was severely downplayed by them. The men went on to win a Nobel Prize for their “discovery” in 1944 with no mention of Meitner, which was later claimed to be a “mistake” by the Prize committee. While she didn’t receive the Nobel Prize or formal recognition for her discoveries, Meitner did have element number 119 named after her, which is a pretty good consolation prize. ... <<

Henrietta Leavitt, 1868–1921
>> ... Notable astronomers and physicists like Harlow Shapley and Edward Hubble then used her discovery for the basis of their work. Leavitt all but faded away as the Harvard director refused to grant her recognition or credit for her independent discovery. While Mittas Leffler finally noticed her in 1926 for a possible Nobel Prize, she had died before being able to receive the honor. Shapley was then given the prize, boasting that he rightfully deserved the credit for interpreting her findings. ... <<

Jocelyn Bell Burnell, b. 1943
>> ... The signals were unlike any known signals they had ever received. Though she didn’t know the source of the signals at the time, the discovery was huge. These signals would later be known as pulsars, which are signals that are given off by neutron stars. These observations were quickly acknowledged and published with Hewish’s name appearing before Burnell’s. Though Burnell had made both the observation and discovery on her own, Hewish later went on to win the 1974 Nobel Prize for his discovery of pulsars. Despite being wronged by not receiving formal credit for her discovery, it’s now universally accepted that she was the first person to make the observation. ... <<

Rosalind Franklin, 1920–1958
>> ... Not only were they given full credit for the observation, Watson then used their friendship to convince Rosalind that she should publish her findings after they published theirs. Unfortunately, this made her work seem more like a confirmation than a discovery. After Watson and Crick being recognized for their “discovery,” they went on to become Nobel Prize–winning scientists with their faces plastered on every biology textbook in American. Rosalind Franklin was left with virtually no recognition. ... <<

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#2 darth bane

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Posted 08 March 2018 - 12:08

... i Mileva Maric!
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#3 bohumilo

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Posted 08 March 2018 - 23:43

... i Mileva Maric!

 

I naravno Dzej...

 

Pre nekoliko godina su "velikani" srpske naucne scene organizovali ciklus predavanja sa ciljem da se defamira lik i delo Alberta Ajnstajna, gde je ovaj predstavljen kao najopakiji covek koji je ikada hodao Alahovom bascom - glup, lenj, los matematicar, beskrupulozni plagijator, lopov, incestuozni preljubnik, egomanijak itd (posebno je se istakao Aleksandar Lipkovski, danas nekakav visoki funkcioner (mozda vec i bivsi, ne pratim), koji je za upornost "mita o Ajnstajnovoj velicini" otvoreno optuzio jevrejsku zaveru!). Elem, bilo je i jedno predavanje o tome kako je pokrao Milevu, koje je profesor Lipkovski najavio rekavsi da su Ajnstajnovi radovi toliko losi "da mi uopste ne bi trebalo da hvalimo time sto ih je Mileva pisala" :ajme:

 

 

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Kao svoj doprinos ovoj temi prilozicu dirljiv esej Stivena Volframa o Adi Lovalace Byron, gde je pokazao da je gospodjica jos u prvoj polovini 19. veka bila napipala ideju univerzalnog racunara (svakako jednu od najvaznijih ideja modernog sveta u svakom smislu)

 

Untangling the Tale of Ada Lovelace

http://blog.stephenw...f-ada-lovelace/

 

 

ada-lovelace-at-age-20-v2.jpg


Edited by bohumilo, 08 March 2018 - 23:46.

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#4 darth bane

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Posted 09 March 2018 - 00:52

I naravno Dzej...

 

Pre nekoliko godina su "velikani" srpske naucne scene organizovali ciklus predavanja sa ciljem da se defamira lik i delo Alberta Ajnstajna, gde je ovaj predstavljen kao najopakiji covek koji je ikada hodao Alahovom bascom - glup, lenj, los matematicar, beskrupulozni plagijator, lopov, incestuozni preljubnik, egomanijak itd (posebno je se istakao Aleksandar Lipkovski, danas nekakav visoki funkcioner (mozda vec i bivsi, ne pratim), koji je za upornost "mita o Ajnstajnovoj velicini" otvoreno optuzio jevrejsku zaveru!). Elem, bilo je i jedno predavanje o tome kako je pokrao Milevu, koje je profesor Lipkovski najavio rekavsi da su Ajnstajnovi radovi toliko losi "da mi uopste ne bi trebalo da hvalimo time sto ih je Mileva pisala" :ajme:

 

 

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Kao svoj doprinos ovoj temi prilozicu dirljiv esej Stivena Volframa o Adi Lovalace Byron, gde je pokazao da je gospodjica jos u prvoj polovini 19. veka bila napipala ideju univerzalnog racunara (svakako jednu od najvaznijih ideja modernog sveta u svakom smislu)

 

Untangling the Tale of Ada Lovelace

http://blog.stephenw...f-ada-lovelace/

 

 

ada-lovelace-at-age-20-v2.jpg

Pa ima u tome pomalo istine (ova o Ajnstajnu)!  Gde ima dima ima i vatre.


Edited by darth bane, 09 March 2018 - 00:52.

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#5 boxcube

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Posted 09 March 2018 - 04:41

Pa ima u tome pomalo istine (ova o Ajnstajnu)!  Gde ima dima ima i vatre.

 

Kao na primer?


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#6 darth bane

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Posted 09 March 2018 - 07:35

Kao na primer?

Da mu je Mileva resavala matematicke zadatke i zackoljice.


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#7 Hromi Daba

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Posted 13 March 2018 - 18:00

Rosalind Franklin, 1920–1958
>> ... Not only were they given full credit for the observation, Watson then used their friendship to convince Rosalind that she should publish her findings after they published theirs. Unfortunately, this made her work seem more like a confirmation than a discovery. After Watson and Crick being recognized for their “discovery,” they went on to become Nobel Prize–winning scientists with their faces plastered on every biology textbook in American. Rosalind Franklin was left with virtually no recognition. ... <<

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Jedini razlog zbog koga Franklin nije dobila Nobelovu nagradu je sto je umrla u 37 godini ... Watson i Crick jesu otkrili (ne "otkrili") DNK model - koristeci ekperimentalne podatke do kojih je Frenklin dosla ... Tacno je da je nisu citirali ...


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