Great Scientists

L. Michael Hill LHILL at Bridgewater.edu
Fri Feb 10 02:12:21 EST 1995


In article <D3rvFo.Dtn at bridgewater.edu>, LHILL at Bridgewater.edu (L. Michael Hill) says:
>
>In article <1995Feb3.182154.12157 at ivax>, fcrump at indyvax.iupui.edu says:
>>
>>In response to the great scientists with strange behaviors...
>>Peter Mitchell was the first to come up with the idea of the chemiosmotic 
>>theory in mitochondria and atp synthesis.. lived in a castle in solitude...
>>worked by himself and was sort of laughed at... interesting story I think.
>>
>How about the time when Charles Darwin saw a beetle and picked it up.
>Soon he saw a second beetle and put that one in his other hand.
>Then he saw a third one he REALLY wanted.  What to do?  Stuff one
>already collected into the mouth in order to pick up the third one.
>The one in the mouth emitted something unpleasant, causing Darwin
>to spit it out, and in the process also lose the other two!

Also is strange to post something twice.  Sorry for the mistake!



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