April 23, 2017

Open Thread

Thursday Open Thread: Scientists and Technicians of the Manhattan Project

Ralph Alexander Gardner, hard plastics pioneer and one of the scientists and technicians who worked on the Manhattan Project which developed the atomic bomb, was born December 3, 1922 in Cleveland, Ohio, son of Vivian and Clarence Gardner.  Gardner … [Read more...]

Wednesday Evening Thread: Hump Day Wind Down

Happy Hump Day everybody! We're half way home!  :-D *snicker* The New York Times Sports section is so petty.  :-) https://twitter.com/NYTSports/status/854793140125020160 … [Read more...]

Wednesday Afternoon Thread: K-Dot Week

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Wednesday Open Thread: Scientists and Technicians of the Manhattan Project

Born in New Bedford, Massachusetts on January 5, 1904, William Knox is remembered for two achievements.  He was among a handful of black scientists to work on the top secret Manhattan Project, which produced the atom bomb during World War II, and … [Read more...]

Tuesday Afternoon Thread: K-Dot Week (updated)

Well just DAMN Kendrick! DNA with cameo by the one and only Don Cheadle … [Read more...]

Tuesday Open Thread: Scientists and Technicians of the Manhattan Project

Born in 1919 in North Little Rock, Arkansas, Samuel Proctor Massie was as one of the few African American scientists to work on the Manhattan Project during World War II.  He later became a distinguished professor of chemistry. Massie graduated from … [Read more...]

Monday Afternoon Thread: K-Dot Week

Poetic Justice … [Read more...]