Scientist Project

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  • Joseph Rotblat was born in Warsaw, Poland and was born in 1908 on 4 November. Before World War I, he had his own transporting business.
  • I'm so glad we had a child together. Little Joseph's so cute!
  • I agree, I feel he will change the world!
  • As a kid, he saw World War I and when he was older, in World War II, he helped in the Manhattan Project. 
  • That's exactly what I was thinking!
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  •  I have an idea, we should drop an atomic bomb on Hiroshima.
  • I finished studying for the exam tomorrow. Are you done?
  • He got an education at the University of Warsaw and in 1939 went to the Liverpool University, London
  • Almost, I just can't ever remember what the Law of Inertia is.
  • Joseph received a doctorate and became a physicist. He helped discover how neutrons were emitted during the fission process.
  • I received a doctorate! Yay for me!
  • Through Post-World War II and around his death in 2005, he was with other people who didn't like nuclear weapons. 
  • Nuclear weapons are bad!
  • The Soviets are gonna shoot a nuclear missile at us! I can tell!
  • Because he was involved in the Manhattan Project and he was against nuclear weapons, people today are affected by his legacy.
  • How are nuclear weapons bad?
  • josef rotblot built adom bom. boms go boom.
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