brain sizes: Einstein's and women's
johnknight at usa.com
Sat Aug 17 01:51:45 EST 2002
"Tom Breton" <tehom at REMOVEpanNOSPAMix.com> wrote in message
news:m33ctebr78.fsf at panix.com...
> Joseph A Nagy Jr <pagan_prince at charter.net> writes:
> > discoveries would have STILL been made, those theories voiced, and our
world changed. Look at Marie
> > Curie, one of the more famous female scientists of the 19th Century(?).
Our present understanding of
> > X-rays is due to work she pioneered (and she was Polish to boot!).
> That was Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen. (discovering X-rays, not being
> Polish) For an overview, see http://www.softcode.com/X_ray.html
> Tom Breton at panix.com, username tehom. http://www.panix.com/~tehom
The only thing Marie Sklodowska discovered was how to convince a gentile
scientist with radiation poisoning to marry her so she could take advantage
of his weakened mental condition and convince him to give away half of his
half of a Nobel Prize to her.
Marie and her daughter set the French so far behind in nuclear research that
it's most likely she was part of a zionist plot to sabotage France
ps--the jews raised hel. and called the French "anti-semites" when they
refused to give her the positions they wanted her in. How can the French be
"anti-semites" unless she was a jew just like the rumors suggested she was?
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